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Lilo & Stitch: Experiment 626 PS2

Platform : PlayStation2
Rated: Everyone
4.1 out of 5 stars 25 customer reviews
Metascore: 59 / 100
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Stitch is the only creature of his kind in existence. He is the result of an illegal genetic experiment by a mad scientist and is extremely mischievous. Disney's new animated film cruises onto PlayStation 2, bringing the movie experience into an interactive, action-packed world and right into your home. Join the mismatched pair Lilo, the sassy surfer girl, and Stitch, a small but powerful ultimate fighting machine, on an adventure around the beautiful island of Hawaii.

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Stitch: Experiment 626 takes place before the Lilo & Stitch film begins, showing the massive space universe only hinted at in the movie. The player controls Stitch, using his powers to the fullest: climbing walls and ceilings, dashing with amazing speed, shooting up to four weapons at once (one in each hand), flying with the jetpack, and swinging using the grapple gun. The game features several of the film's memorable characters, including Jumba, Gantu, and Grand Councilwoman. Also, new characters have been created just for the game, including heavy soldiers, flying robots, rival mutants, and more. You will explore vast, colorful alien environments in 18 enormous levels, including Gas Giant, Alien Jungle, Jumba's Lab, and the Military Complex. The game invites you to partake in creative destruction on a grand scale. Almost everything in the world can be blown up or destroyed.

Product Details

  • ASIN: B000066JRO
  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 5.3 x 0.6 inches ; 5 ounces
  • Media: DVD-ROM
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (25 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #29,768 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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By C.E. VINE VOICE on June 26, 2002
Ok, ok...I am kind of a Stitch nut, but the little blue guy is just so darn cool. The movie rules, the soundtrack rocks and this game is so much fun as well.
At first I thought that it was going to be easy and that I would finish it in not time. NOT TRUE. It is surprisingly challenging. Kids can play it and get the gist of the game, have fun and laugh along with Stitch and his crazy antics. Adults will like it because you have to get "movie reels" that you use to "buy" secrets in the game. Inter-Stitchals (the commercials used to preview the movie), scenes from the film and other goodies. These "reels" are surprisingly hard to come by...but worth the effort to collect. Collect enough to "buy" your favorite scenes from the movie...take a break from playing...and watch something funny.
The game reminds me of the "Crash Banditcoot" games for the PSOne. They are fun, challenging, but not so difficult that it alienates a whole group of players. This game is a fun romp through the universe...Stitch style. Blow stuff up...collect DNA...acquire "movie reels"...and laugh. Yep, those would be the main points of the game. Its just fun, both for kids and adults...a great addition to any game library. The control is smooth and the graphics are slick...gameplay is great and it has superb replay value. Get it...its a ton of fun.
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By A Customer on January 4, 2003
I thought this was a cute game...graphics are pretty good and controls are very easy to figure out - no instruction manual reading required. You can even get multiple guns...up to 4 of them! Its the little things that I like about this game - like stitch swearing under his breath (in some weird language, but you KNOW he's not saying something nice). Only thing that kinda sucked is that you NEVER really die. Oh sure, you walk off a cliff and die, but then you start right back where you left off. The game is never over, so there is no real satisfaction when you beat a level. You can die 100 times and STILL beat the level - it just takes time. So apart from that little snag, it's a great game for kids or adults.
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The Lilo & Stitch movie was really great & had more adult humor than most Disney flicks. This game is great & is also not much of a kids game. It has it's flaws, but I really enjoyed it. The graphics are pretty good & Stitch has quite a few moves which adds some gameplay value. Like in most 3d platformers, the camera sucks sometimes, which makes jumping & crawling a pain at spots. But the game moves really fast.. the levels are pretty different from one another & are quite lengthy. The sound is great. Voice actors from the movie are used all throughout. The music is pretty cool too but for some reason when you are swinging, the music totally stops & you have this awkward silence. The game also features great clips from the movie (25 in all i think) that keeps you playing to unlock em all. If you enjoy 3d platformers, or just need something to play until all the great games come out this fall.. i suggest pickin this one up.
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A Kid's Review on July 16, 2002
This game is a blast.I just got it yesterday and it rules all the video games i have ever played!!!So in the game you are an alien created by a kooky scientist named Jumba.He sends you out to fing srips of dna for him.It is relly cool because you can shoot things and also you get to have a great adventure.I would recommend this game to anyone who loves action/adventure games or Lilo and Stich!!!!
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First off, I just want to say the time it took to get here was amazing. It was exactly on time. Im 19, I used to have this game when I was about 5 or 6 and after I moved I lost the game sadly.. But im thrilled to have found it and for a descent price, and in brand new condition. It brings back many childhood memories. Also I hate to see negative reviews saying this game has "no goals" because clearly it does ! You must collect DNA just like in crash bandicoot you have to collect boxes. This game is absolutely one of favorites and im glad to have it back!
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A Kid's Review on June 18, 2010
I loved it! :) It was very fun and quite challenging. My mother bought me the game when I was young (around seven or eight years old), and I still play it at age 13. It's gotten easier over the years, of course, but I still have trouble with some of the areas. I barely remember the movie now, as I watched it many years ago, but the game makes me want to watch it and the other "Stitch" films again every time I play!
I was disappointed that my favorite character, Dr. Hamsterviel, wasn't really included in the game, though. Yes, there was Dr. Habbitrale, but he was actually pretty different from the evil alien gerbil I love. :( His voice was much deeper, he wasn't wearing Hamsterviel's signature "H" cape, and he wasn't really all that important to the game. I mean, he was the FIRST boss when he should have been the last and hardest boss! They made it seem like Gantu was in charge when it's actually the other way around from what I remember--with Hamsterviel in charge and Gantu working for him. (That might just be in the "Lilo & Stitch" television series though, because, like I said before, I don't really remember the movie.) And yes, I know this is probably due to copyright, but I just wish Hamsterviel could have been included in one of my favorite PS2 games. It doesn't really make sense that they got rights to all of the other characters and not him. :/ Unless he wasn't even in the first movie? I don't know.
Anyway, I recommend this game to anyone who loves Stitch--whether it's the movies you like or the series! :) But if you love Dr. Hamsterviel as much as I do, prepare to be a bit disappointed by who he was replaced with. :(
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