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Rocko's Quest

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Rocko's Quest

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Within each world, Rocko will be presented with such obstacles as moving platforms, bottomless pits, flame geysers and a variety of environmental hazards. In true platformer fashion, Rocko will need to surmount these impediments by jumping, climbing and swinging his way to safety.

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Within each world, Rocko will be presented with such obstacles as moving platforms, bottomless pits, flame geysers and a variety of environmental hazards. In true platformer fashion, Rocko will need to surmount these impediments by jumping, climbing and swinging his way to safety.

Key Features:

  • Lots of huge levels to explore, each with numerous sub-levels

  • Bows and arrows, swords, spiked maces, and enemy weapons, can be used to defeat all who stand in your way

  • Jump onto moving platforms, grab onto ledges, operate levers, shimmy up and down ropes and bowl over obstacles to help rocko in his quest

  • Torches can be used to light your path, they can also be thrown ahead of you to illuminate the way

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Publisher:
Strategy First
Developer:
Revistronic
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Source:
Strategy First
Released:
Wednesday, July 30, 2003
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Languages:
English
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Customer notes
Minimum Requirements
  • OS: Windows 2000/98/98SE/Me/XP
  • Processor: Pentium 2 300 MHz
  • Memory: 64 MB RAM
  • Hard Drive: 400 MB available space
Recommended Requirements
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77
Pretty good 90's platformer

This game feels like i would fit nicely on the Nintendo 64 with the likes of Banjo-Kazooie and Mario 64. The odd thing of course is that it was made in 2003, a couple years into the Gamecube's life cycle. That being said, it does the 3D action platformer well. It has solid puzzles, tight controls, and a lot of creativity. The music is alright, and the levels are quite expansive. It's nowhere near the level of the classic 3D platformers, but it stands on its own fairly well.

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