Generator Rex – Nintendo 3DS

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Generator Rex - Nintendo 3DS

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  • Step into the role of Rex, a super-powered teenager who must save the world from impending doom
  • Use Rex’s nine different builds, including the Slam Cannon, Rex Ride and Boogie Pack, to take on enemies and accomplish missions from Agent Six
  • Battle EVOs and take on the despicable Van Kleiss
  • Take down Bobo Haha and uncover collectibles for Doctor Holiday
  • Fight your way through 10 environments, from the depths of the jungle and scorching deserts to bustling metropolitan cities
  • Rex is your average teenager who can turn his body into “all kinds of awesome machines.”
  • These ridiculous skills will come in handy when he stars in his own game
  • Based off the Generator Rex animated series and “embodies the best of boys’

Based on Cartoon Network’s top-rated animated series, the Generator Rex: Agent of Providence video game lets players take control of Rex, a teenager who has harnessed nanites within his body to become the ultimate weapon. In the game, Rex is in a race against time to prevent Van Kleiss and his minions from gaining unprecedented powers that could destroy the earth!

Being a teenager is never easy — especially when you’re a teenager with super powers and the fate of the world resting in your hands. Instead of ordinary responsibilities like homework and chores, you’ve got missions from Agent Six to accept and complete, collectibles to uncover for Doctor Holiday, and of course, the nefarious Bobo Haha to take down. No one ever said growing up was easy.

Generator Rex
Play as the super powered Rex

Play as the super powered Rex
Use Rex's nine builds

Use Rex’s nine builds
Battle EVOs

Battle EVOs

Synopsis

Mutate into Rex’s nine different builds, including the Slam Cannon, Rex Ride and Boogie Pack, to complete missions and fight enemies in Generator Rex: Agent of Providence. Venture through 10 diverse environments, including jungles, deserts, metropolitan cities and hidden areas, as you evolve your powers and conquer enemies. The world is depending on you. Are you up for the challenge?

Key Features:

  • Step into the role of Rex, a super-powered teenager who must save the world from impending doom
  • Use Rex’s nine different builds, including the Slam Cannon, Rex Ride and Boogie Pack, to take on enemies and accomplish missions from Agent Six
  • Battle EVOs and take on the despicable Van Kleiss
  • Take down Bobo Haha and uncover collectibles for Doctor Holiday
  • Fight your way through 10 environments, from the depths of the jungle and scorching deserts to bustling metropolitan cities
  • Explore hidden areas and learn from your surroundings to evolve your powers

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  1. 10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Fan Favour, January 14, 2013
    By 
    Theo Visser “Sperwer” (Lobith, The Netherlands) –

    = Fun:3.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: Generator Rex – Nintendo 3DS (Video Game)

    It is frustrating how little information is available on this game. Reviews are scarce (CGR has one on YouTube) and some written reviews exist, but not by any real gaming site. This and the price-point of this title may already give an indication what to expect. I am unfamiliar with Generator Rex as a cartoon series, except for some trailers on other CN DVD’s, but that should not be a requirement for enjoying a game.

    The premise is simple, a superhero teenager, think a more edgy Ben 10, with the ability to change parts of his body into mechanical ‘builds’ that are used to smash opponents and some elements in the environment in order to stop the evil Van Kleiss (beats me why bad guys always get German sounding names, in this case with a Dutch ‘van’ thrown in).This is a largely side-scrolling brawler, interupted with some stages where you are tasked to steer Rex while he is freefalling out of a plane and one time while driving his hoverbike. This driving segments features clunky unresponsive controls and even ask you to shoot at moving targets while driving and trying to avoid cars that get dropped right in front of you. Another annoyance is jumping, I died at least 20 times on my first run through of one level, because of the unresponsive and odd jump controls. These stages in particular are frustrating. Generally as Rex moves slow and doesn’t seem to respond immediately to button presses, this is not a big issue in normal brawling stages, but in the driving stages and while trying to jump on moving platforms, it makes them difficult to get right. Fortunately the game is very forgiving. In other words its really easy, plenty of (invisible) check-points, that onfortunately bar you from returning to an earlier part of a stage. Not a problem, you only progress after beating all the baddies anyway and there is normally nothing essential left behind.

    You can upgrade Rex stats and buy moves, with the nanites you can collect by defeating EVO’s and smashing cars, crates etc… This is somewhat cool (if only to see how these moves play out in 3D) but largely unecessary because the standard moves are normally sufficient for defeating the EVO’s. Even if you die you are never penalised much, you get set back to the previous checkpoint with a full health and energy bar and with all the nanites you collected right until you died. Upgrading is necessary for some of the boss fights and with the Slam Cannon fully upgraded some of the bosses are way to easy. This is balanced out nicely by the boss fights involving Van Kleis, because that is though without proper upgrades of the Slam Cannon and the health bar.

    Even though this is a side-scrolling brawler there is some depth to the stages, afterall it is on the 3DS, this means there is some issue with line of sight in that you can move not only left and right but also to a limited extend into the scenery. This is important to ensure that you are lined up with an enemy before trying to hit him/it, or to avoid him when being charged at. Enemy AI is almost non-existent with normal EVO’s, meaning that they line themselves up with you and it becomes easy to shoot them to oblivion. Bosses use repeated patterns, so aren’t that hard to beat (with Van Kleis an exception, except for the second form end boss, which just requires patience to wear him down). This depth is also important to line up with breakable objects, or to find out which objects are within the limited depth range Rex can move in. It isn’t always clear which objects can be smashed and which can’t, but you don’t miss out on anything vital if you fail to hit one of these, except some nanites to upgrade or replenish the energy or health bar. Hit detection is a bit iffy and there is a fair amount of clipping, with EVO’s going half through walls, but nothing seriously hampering gameplay. The game is interspersed with some simple puzzles to hack computers or doors and those are not difficult and break up the potential monotony of the wack and slash brawling segments.

    There is a good deal of 3D to enjoy in game, especially useful to gauge where you stand while fighting enemies. The graphics are fine, for a game based on a cartoon series they capture the art style quite well, the colours are a bit washed out, but I have experienced no framerate issues during my play through. All the cut scenes are in 2D, but come fully voiced. This uses the original voice cast of the series and is very well done.

    This is a strictly single-player game. The story is well, not that intriguing, but it plays out like a typical cartoon, so not too bad. The game is rather short, a couple of hours (I beat the game in only 5 hours) but fun to play, although the single dificulty setting is sometimes a bit overwhelming when throwing multiple enemies at you. Button mashing can get you some results, but if you don’t want to die multiple times you actually have to block and avoid enemies on occassion…

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  2. 4.0 out of 5 stars
    Its cool, March 25, 2014
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    Anthony

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    For the price I got it, its an alright game to play. Ended up giving it my brother, hes more into it.

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  3. 5.0 out of 5 stars
    Love It, February 11, 2014
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    Cutie

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    This was fun his hands changed into weapons and my kids are always finding new weapons and they can’t stop playing the game.

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