G-Force to Feature Full 3D Game Play
A unique group of pint-sized heroes is ready to save the world. G-Force, the video game inspired by the highly anticipated feature film “G-Force” from Walt Disney Pictures and Jerry Bruckheimer Films, is available September 17 at all major retailers.
G-Force is available on Wii™, Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft, PLAYSTATION®3 computer entertainment system, PlayStation®2 computer entertainment system, PSP® (PlayStation®Portable) system, Nintendo DS™ and Windows-based PC.
G-Force is the first game for next-generation systems to fully feature three-dimensional game play. On the Xbox 360 and PLAYSTATION 3 system versions, players can turn on the 3-D features at any point throughout the game to experience the special 3-D features while wearing 3-D glasses. Every G-Force game for those two systems comes with two pairs of special 3-D glasses.
G-Force is a fast-paced action-platform game featuring a unique team of specially trained guinea pigs that use high-tech gadgets and specialized talents to complete a dangerous secret mission. Players control Darwin, the G-Force team leader, and housefly surveillance commando Mooch. Darwin and Mooch enlist the rest of G-Force team to use their unique high-tech gadgets and stealth mastery to save the world from a robot army of evil household appliances, including waffle irons, water coolers and vacuum cleaners. G-Force features innovative gameplay with a unique sense of scale and puzzle solving that requires players to manipulate environments and enemies to complete their mission.
“The G-Force video game not only goes beyond the film, it delivers a fantastic experience for gamers of any age with high-quality graphics, inventive gadgets and dynamic gameplay,” said Craig Relyea, senior vice president of global marketing, Disney Interactive Studios. “The revolutionary 3-D technology adds an innovative element that provides even greater immersion and excitement for players.”
G-Force includes unique weapons, enemies and stories that extend the experience from the film.
Published by Disney Interactive Studios, the G-Force game for consoles and Windows PC was developed by Eurocom. The Nintendo DS and PSP system versions were developed by Keen Games.
Popular actors Jon Favreau (“Hurley”), Bill Nighy (“Leonard Saber”) and Sam Rockwell (“Darwin”) reprise their roles from the motion picture, and help bring to life the characters and story in the G-Force video game with their voiceover acting. [press release]