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Gremlins [PS2 - Unreleased]

Gremlins [PS2 - Unreleased]

“Set 20 years after the movies, Gremlins allows you to play as either Gizmo or Stripe. The plot is centred around the idea that the town of Kingston Falls has gathered to pay belated respect to Gizmo and his owner Billy for saving the town over two decades ago. That night however, Gizmo gets splashed with water that causes him to spew out hoards of Gremlins. Which, obviously, you must track down and kill so the party can continue. Just pray that somebody doesn’t use this plot for a Gremlins 3 movie.Rather than creating a standard platform game, developers LSP have included a team-management element – similar to the one found in last year’s Conflict Desert Storm. You can control your troops using the trigger buttons, and also give them orders. There are eleven areas to explore including a bank and a school, each of which is filled with Gremlins dressed up as policemen, mafia types and so on.” [Cancelled]

Contribute by Matt Gander from www.gamesasylum.com

Thanks to http://gremlins.wordpress.com for the video!

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yota

A video game enthusiast since 1989, he was in the past a contributor for multiplayer.it and alternative-reality.com, two italian video games websites. Currently he writes about popular culture on playersmagazine.it




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5 thoughts on “Gremlins [PS2 - Unreleased]

  1. Gerald Jean-Bart

    Hello,

    I had worked on this game,
    the 4 bosses:
    – thief in the bank
    – dancer in a disco club
    – scientist
    and at the end, the fight with Stripe.

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