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The Nightmare Before Christmas: Oogie's Revenge (2004)

A year has passed since Oogie Boogie has been defeated, but he's back and has taken over Halloween Town. As Jack Skellington you must stop Oogie and save Halloween Town.
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Barrel / Clown with the Tear Away Face / Hanging Tree (voice)
Sherwood Ball ...
Vampire (voice)
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Big Witch (voice)
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Santa Claus (voice)
Randy Crenshaw ...
Mr. Hyde / Behemoth / Vampire (voice)
Debi Durst ...
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Dr. Finkelstein (voice)
Kerry Katz ...
Vampire (voice)
Bruce Lanoil ...
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Oogie Boogie (voice)
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Igor (voice)
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Lock (voice)
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Storyline

It's been a year since Jack Skellington defeated his arch-nemesis, Oogie Boogie. Jack must battle bizarre and vicious enemies in order to stop the diabolical Oogie Boogie from successfully kidnapping the leaders of all the holidays (like Santa Claus of Christmas Town, Easter Bunny of Easter Town, Cupid of Valentine Day Town, St. Patrick of St. Patrick's Day Town, a Pilgrim from Thanksgiving Town, and a Patriot from Independence Day Town), and establishing himself as king and turning himself into a gigantic, junk-filled version of himself named Mega-Oogie. Armed with the amazing "Soul Robber" and the ability to transform into other forms, it's all up to Jack as he will have to use everything at his disposal to defeat this evil plan before Oogie Boogie attempts to murder Santa Clause once again! Written by Anthony Pereyra {hypersonic91@yahoo.com}

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Adventure

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E10+

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October 2005 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

L'Étrange Noël de monsieur Jack: La Revanche d'Oogie  »

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Trivia

Danny Elfman, the original singing voice of Jack Skellington, does not appear in this game. However the music is adapted from his work, making the music still his technically. See more »

Quotes

Mega Oogie: Well, well, well. What a pest you are! Still around, huh? Ooooh, can't say I like that! So why don't you just give up. You know, surrender!
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Connections

Referenced in Kingdom Hearts II: Final Mix+ (2007) See more »

Soundtracks

Oogie's Song
Performed by Ken Page and Chris Sarandon
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User Reviews

 
Great game bad voices
25 June 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I was utterly disappointed with the voices of Sally as well as others in the game, I loved Cathrine O'Hara in the movie but was upset when I herd someone else doing Sally's voice, Jack Skellington's voice stayed the same except for the singing part, I also loved Danny Elfmans voice singing for Jack in the movie, but did not hear it in the game. The game was nice and had a good storyline to it, but was weighted down by the very different, and disappointing voice talents, no- offense to the people who replace the original cast but I think the Original cast just "worked" and that no one could ever replace them. Overall: Great game terrible voices.


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