Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas: Oogie's Revenge

Critic Score User Score
PlayStation 2
63
3.2
Xbox
62
4.1
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Based on Tim Burton and Deane Taylor's film The Nightmare Before Christmas, you control Jack Skellington the Pumpkin King in this sequel to the original film. As Jack you must fight to claim back Halloweentown after the towns folk put back together Oogie Boogie while Jack was away. Now Oogie is controlling the town and it's up to Jack to claim back his crown and save the town.

Using different costumes grants Jack different abilities and attacks including fighting as Jack Skellington, breathing fire as the Pumpkin King or throwing explosive presents as Santa Jack. Using the power of dancing gives Jack the upper hand when fighting Oogie and his henchmen in a timed button pressing sequence, which lets Jack strut his stuff or get beaten badly with poorly timed button presses.

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Alternate Titles

  • "圣诞夜惊魂:巫奇的复仇" -- Chinese spelling (simplified)
  • "Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas: Boogy no Gyakushuu" -- Japanese title
  • "Tim Burton's Nightmare Before Christmas: Oogies Rache" -- German title
  • "L'Etrange Noël de Monsieur Jack: La Revanche d'Oogie" -- French title

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Critic Reviews

GameZone PlayStation 2 Oct 06, 2005 7.6 out of 10 76
4Players.de Xbox Oct 21, 2005 74 out of 100 74
4Players.de PlayStation 2 Oct 21, 2005 74 out of 100 74
TeamXbox Xbox Oct 10, 2005 7.1 out of 10 71
Cheat Code Central PlayStation 2 2005 3.5 out of 5 70
UGO (UnderGroundOnline) Xbox 2005 B- 67
Fragland.net Xbox Jan 02, 2006 67 out of 100 67
Next Level Gaming PlayStation 2 Oct 07, 2005 62 out of 100 62
GameSpy PlayStation 2 Oct 17, 2005 3 Stars3 Stars3 Stars3 Stars3 Stars 60
Gaming Age Xbox Oct 20, 2005 C 50

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