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Rocket Power: Beach Bandits (GBA/NGC) - Screens

by Rainier on Oct. 8, 2002 @ 9:14 p.m. PDT

Right on – it’s summertime! Our favorite kids from Ocean Shores are looking forward to the best summer yet and, more importantly, to the Annual Ocean Shores Surf Contest. But as Otto, Reggie, Twister and Sam finally reach the beach they make a startling discovery - most of the sand is missing, and the surf contest has been postponed . . . indefinitely! Local town officials announce there is nothing to fret. The head of a mysterious new robotics company, Mr. A.I. Golem, vows to get to the bottom of the missing sand. However something’s amiss and the kids aren’t buying into Golem Inc.’s generosity. It’s now up to our sand sleuths to figure out who’s stealing the sand from Ocean Shore’s beach! Some screens for the Gameboy Advance and Gamecube version .. Njoy!
  • More than 50 challenging levels with hours of game play in the first Rocket Power video game available on PS2 & GameCube
  • Play as one of the four Rocket Power members: Otto, Reggie, Twister or Sam in this 3D platform/adventure game
  • Make your way through four areas including, Ocean Shores, The Lakes, The Robot Factory and Mondo Mountain
    Extreme action game play styles with the introduction of the wave runner and the zip-line glide! Plus – all of your favorite extreme sports: skateboarding, inline skating, etc.
  • Unlock two outrageous multi-player games as you progress through 4 mini-games
  • Introducing Eddie, Prince of the Netherworld, and Mackenzie in their Rocket Power videogame debut and other characters from the TV show including Lars, Tito, Ray and Officer Shirley
  • Extra features include two Rocket Power television episodes, a SpongeBob SquarePants: Revenge of the Flying Dutchman for PS2 trailer, and a sneak peek of Tak and the Power of JuJu, the 2003 THQ/NICK original videogame release

Gameboy Advance


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