After few years in solitude, Gex is called out of his home by the NSA to go up against his nemesis, Rez, who is out to control the world yet again.


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Credited cast:
Gex (voice)
Bruce Robertson ...
Rez (voice)
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Various (voice)


After few years in solitude, Gex is called out of his home by the NSA to go up against his nemesis, Rez, who is out to control the world yet again.

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Release Date:

24 February 1998 (USA)  »

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Gex 2  »

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The Nintendo 64 version, "Gex 64: Enter the Gecko", contains an extra level not found in the Playstation version: "Gecques Cousteau". However, the Nintendo 64 version lacks the Playstation levels "Poltergex", "Texas Chainsaw Manicure", and "Lava Dabba Doo". See more »


Gex: My God! This is New York! I LIVED here, worked here...
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Spoofs Blue Velvet (1986) See more »


Blue Danube Waltz
Music by Johann Strauss
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Great sequel with great game-play mechanics.
25 June 2009 | by See all my reviews

If you liked or LOVED the first game which I have, then you'll dig Gex: Enter the Gecko. Having played it for the first time back in the late '90s (an AWESOME decade of video games and everything pop-culture related) the first thing that grabbed me was the intro movie where the story picks up a few years after the first game and let me tell you it was one of the most hilarious moments I ever witnessed in a video game. On top of that, the game works great in 3d although there were some camera problems that are somewhat a little manageable but they don't hurt the game at all. Even the graphics are great with lush, colorful textures and beautiful lighting and special effects, even on the now-defunct PSone. Gex is even more hilarious than before with his witty, sarcastic sense of humor that made him such a star among well-known video game characters. But the best feature of the game is the levels that you play in; cleverly parodying movies and TV shows. One of my favorite levels are Kung-Fu Channel, Science Fiction channel, and the cartoon channel. You can tell the makers had fun making this game. When you have a bunch of people with a passion for talent, the possibilities are limitless and that plays into the process of making a great game.

If you own a PSone, PS2, or PS3 you will have a blast with this game despite being a 12 year-old game but it still holds it's own in this day and age of much higher quality graphics and more complex game play. You owe it yourself to one of the best games for the PSone.

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