James Pond: Codename Robocod (DS) Reviews
Product Type: Nintendo Nintendo DS games
Description:Platformer / James Pond, the international gaming legend and one of the most playable platform games ever, retains all ... more
James Pond: Codename Robocod (DS) ... its classic features while adding new and improved ones like, Touch Screen interaction, second screen status and location displays, plus 100 levels with auto-save. The mission, stop evil Dr. Maybe`s plans for world domination. Your only chance is to take on the role of the aquatic super-hero, James Pond, as he jumps, climbs, squashes and stretches through level after level of some of the best cartoon-style game graphics ever seen, battling your way through bizarre encounters with Bouncing Teddy Bears, Crazy Cadillacs, Whirling Dervishes, Chocolate Mountains and unforgettable, wacky end of level baddies laying in wait for you.
Newest Review: ... aim to pick up as many points as you can, and this is really the limit to the game play. You just work through the different ... more
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Customer James Pond: Codename Robocod (DS) Reviews (2)
by - written on 11/05/09 (Very useful, 29 readings)
James Pond Codename Robocod is a 2D platform game for the Nintendo DS. Old gamers may remember this game, as this is based on previous games for the Commodore Amiga and SNES. The game is easy to pick up and play with logical controls, ie, the d-pad controls. Movement is smooth and the programmers have ensured that it's an easy game to get into. The game is a platformer, and you will find the easiest way to get through the game is by jumping over any enemies that you might find, but you can also kill enemies in the game by jumping on their head. There is one bonus level which can be reached by collecting enough items, but in general, you just aim to ... Read the complete review
by _jlee - written on 02/08/08, updated on 03/08/08
I got this game because it was in an offer with my DS Lite console but the game is pretty bad. The game starts up with multiple language selection, why this is not automatic is beyond my logic. The menu shows "New Game", "Load Game", "Continue Game", "High Scores", "Options" In the options menu you can choose if you want jump to be the A button or the B button. You can change the music volume and view the credits too. The high scores shows a list of top ten ranking scores with name, score, level. The game itself- it's sort of a platformer like a mario game (except it's not just left to ... Read the complete review
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