||How smart (or dumb) you perceive the game's artificial intelligence to be
||How well the game mechanics work (player controls, game action, interface, etc.)
||The quality of the art, or the quality/speed of the drawing routines
||How much you personally like the game, regardless of other attributes
|Sound / Music
||The quality of the sound effects and/or music composition
|Story / Presentation
||The main creative ideas in the game and how well they're executed
|Overall MobyScore (40 votes)
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This game is FUN. This game is filled with so many awesome features it is very easy to overlook the few bad. The more I play it the more I love it. My roommate commented on the fact that I probably would get carpal tunnel due to the fact that I hadn't moved from JFG for 3 days. The graphics, sound, and gameplay most of the time come together to form a game that I believe is one of the very best for Nintendo 64. I believe this game is only second to Zelda64, but it is so close I sometimes waiver on which I think is better. Overall if you find yourself breathing even when your not thinking about it, you should buy this game.
Overall, this game does not disappoint and neither does Rare. They consistently put out quality titles. I can't even begin to think how cool Donkey Kong 64 is going to be, especially since it uses the Expansion Pak. This game is a prime example of why I love Nintendo. I know that a lot of people disagree with me and find their games too cutesy, but I say bring 'em on.
För den enskilde spelaren är Jet Force Gemini ett komplett äventry med många originella inslag, och spelets Goldeneye 007-liknande kamper där upp till fyra deltagare kan vara med samtidigt går inte heller av för hackor. Visserligen är plattformsinslagen inte lika roliga som de i Banjo-Kazooie och actionsekvenserna inte fullt så medryckande som de i Goldeneye 007, men ett bättre mellanting mellan de två spelen kan man knappast lyckas med.
Basically Jet Force Gemini is a vast, epic game, that is totally impressive in one-player and should be on the shopping list of every N64 owner this Christmas. As per usual Rare come up with the goods, including a perfect PAL conversion as ever. Nice one! Oh and to save you reading between the lines; buy this game now if you own a N64.
However, these nitpicky complaints do little to spoil Jet Force Gemini's bottom line: It's chock-full of gameplay variety. Nintendo 64 fans should pick up this title without delay and hope that Rareware's team of top-notch talent will continue to churn out even more games like this one for years to come.
The game is Epic. It's like playing a good Star Wars game. Rare did such a good job with JFG. The only thing on my mind now is if JFG2 is planned. Mmmm sweetness.
Mit Jet Force Gemini bekommen Ballerfreunde einen ausgefeilten und sehr umfangreichen Third Person Shooter geboten. Die vielen Feinheiten des Gameplays, die versteckten Raume, Areale und Extras, die Minispielchen und witzigen Ideen machen diesen Titel zu einem potenziellen Renner im letzten Weihnachtsgeschäft dieses Jahrtausends. Möge die Force mit euch sein!
Un excellent jeu d'action-aventure plutôt orienté solo que multijoueur. Tous ses aspects ont été travaillés au maximum et Rare peut se targuer d'être une des boîtes de développement les plus compétentes sur la Nintendo. Du très bon travail.
With everything said and done, though, this is still one of Nintendo 64's most original games and it has much more good going for it than it does bad. Never-ending action, tons of enemies, loads of worlds to explore and Rare's unique brand of humor work to make this a good title that could have been a classic with a little more polish.
Al vond ik de oorspronkelijke characters van Jet Force Gemini wel koddig, de game is er na de restyling een heel stuk mooier op geworden en staat garant voor vele uren speelplezier. Het is wat mij betreft niet de meest spectaculaire titel die Rare ooit heeft uitgebracht, maar hij mag toch niet ontbreken in je N64 collectie.
Starting out, you really have to settle into Jet Force Gemini - learning the not-quite-perfect controls, figuring out multiple exits, and dealing with some blurrier graphics takes time. Once you get into the swing of things, everything begins to gel together. The tedium of going back and searching for Tribals is countered by the pure fun of running around tearing through giant bugs with lasers. Jet Force Gemini isn't nearly on par with Goldeneye or Zelda, but as a pure search-and-destroy, it has its moments.
The Next Level
No major treasure hunts here, just get from the start to finish of each stage using only 3 lives. Picking up Tribals isn't even required, which keeps the game simple. Granted, there are many things that can be done, and backtracking is also an option, but none of it is required. After I got the hang of the controls, I was spending much time killing off Mizar scum. The characters are cool too; Juno, Vela, and Lupus share most weapons, but there are a few originals that make each person/dog special. All in all, if you have patience and some time to kill, Jet Force Gemini is worth a look.
Jet Force Gemini is a really enjoyable game but has its fair share of flaws that tend to hinder the experience a little too much. That being said, it’s certainly an incredibly fun title, at its best, that will definitely raise a few smiles; if you’re just looking to blast through a few levels without hoping to complete the game then there is a tonne of fun to be had. Just be aware that there will be a lot of frustration and challenge, and you’ll get through a fair few controllers should you play this one out to the end.
Jet Force Gemini is an awesome game. It is a smooth, sleek third-person shooter, perfect for its time period. There were quite a few fatal flaws, including the monotonous Tribal hunting, but overall, it's not a bad game at all. If you even have the shred of a notion to get a new game for N64, get this game.
The problem is, however, that the final product collapses under its own weight. It is actually too big and packed with too many explosions, too many great sights, too many levels, too many enemies, and WAY too many Tribals. All other miscues like bad control, framerate-slowdown, and camera angles further bury a game that could have soared high based on its graphics and sound alone. Jet Force Gemini is not standard Rare-fare and maybe, just maybe, they simply had their own version of a Yoko Ono whispering in their ear (as the Beatles had) and have only been temporarily misled. It's not too bad because I'm hearing good things about Donkey Kong 64, in which case, Jet Force Gemini may just be one of life's reminders that with the good, you get the bad.
In the end, Jet Force Gemini has to be marked down because of that rather unforgivable flaw. The game is great fun, and is top-notch in every area (other than the multiplayer mode, of course). It's also worth noting that the script for the characters is rather good. I don't mean that in an Oscar-winning sense, rather Rare has put quite a bit of dry British humour in, and it comes off being quite funny. However, the objective of saving all the Tribals is a rather anal task, it must be said, and an extremely annoying one. Too annoying. Otherwise, the game is good fun and still comes recommended.
Spel för Alla
Jet Force Gemini är ett roligt shoot'em up-spel. Som vanligt när Rare ligger bakom är det föredömligt producerat även om grafiken kunde varit bättre. Den barnsliga stilen i spelet gör dock att det kan kännas lite larvigt emellanåt.
Hopefully, Jet Force Gemini proves to be the one dud to which all game makers are entitled. Should Rareware throw another one of these on the heap, we may be forced to rethink their role as ‘‘king of the Nintendo 64’s developers.’’