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Jet Force Gemini

A Third-Person Shooter game for Nintendo 64 by Rare

Jet Force Gemini box art

Jet Force Gemini (known as Star Twins in Japan) saw gamers take up the role of galactic heroes Juno, Vela and Lupas (the cybernetic enhanced dog); the members of Jet Force Gemini uncover a plot by the evil Mizar to enslave a local race of tribals. The game takes the player to a variety of planets to do battle with Mizar's army and wield a variety of weapons to do so including a rocket launcher that fires three separate rockets at once and shuriken. Also present is a number of multiplayer game modes including death-match, survival and even a racing mode.

Rare's trademark humour was present in JFG, including an in-game cheat that changes all standard drones with Mr. Pants models, a character that has you find his missing pants and a another one that you give a 'specialist magazine' to after he advises he wants something to 'distract him from being lonely'.

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Title
Jet Force Gemini
Platform
Nintendo 64
Release date
11 Oct 1999
Jet Force Gemini box art for Nintendo 64
Title
Jet Force Gemini
Platform
Nintendo 64
Release date
2 Nov 1999
Jet Force Gemini box art for Nintendo 64
Title
Star Twins
Platform
Nintendo 64
Release date
2 Dec 1999
Star Twins box art for Nintendo 64
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