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Stuart Little 2 (GBA) Soars Onto Retail Shelves

by Rainier on July 17, 2002 @ 11:56 p.m. PDT

The loveable “can do” star of Columbia Pictures’ upcoming feature film “Stuart Little 2” leaps from the big screen into the palms of fans’ hands with the release of Activision, Stuart Little 2 for the Game Boy Advance. Stuart Little 2 features voiceover talent and sound effects from the movie and lets players continue the adventures of the world-famous mouse well beyond the movie experience. Stuart Little 2 is rated “E” (Everyone – content suitable for persons six years or older).
“Fans can now experience Stuart’s fun-filled adventures in the only Game Boy Advance game inspired by the story and scenes from the much anticipated feature film,” said Larry Goldberg, executive vice president, Activision Worldwide Studios. “With appearances by the film’s loveable characters, as well as an all-new multiplayer component, Stuart Little 2 captures the action and hilarity of the upcoming movie, making it a must have title for older and younger children alike.”

Each level in Stuart Little 2 closely follows the plot of the film challenging players to solve the disappearances of Stuart’s new best friend, Margalo, and Mrs. Little’s wedding ring. As the resilient hero Stuart, players skateboard, dodge, jump and fly through 10 action-packed levels while competing in races, taking on foes, piloting a “bi-plane” and scaling skyscrapers in a hot air balloon. Stuart Little 2’s multiplayer feature allows players to go head-to-head as either Stuart or Margalo via the Game Boy Advance Game LinkĀ® cable in some intense racing action as they relive their favorite movie moments.

One of the top-100 feature films of all time, “Stuart Little” grossed more than $300 million dollars in worldwide theatrical box office receipts. This summer’s sequel includes the original cast with Geena Davis, Hugh Laurie and Jonathan Lipnicki as the Little family and Michael J. Fox as the voice of the computer-generated character, Stuart Little. Joining the fun are James Woods as the voice of The Falcon and Melanie Griffith as the voice of Margalo, Stuart’s new friend.

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