Disney's Kim Possible 2: Drakken's Demise Image

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  • Summary: Kim Possible's new adventure leads her into battle with Falsetto Jones, Gemini, Duff Killigan, Shego, and Dr. Drakken in four intense episodes. In each new episode, Kim gains gadgets and acrobatic abilities that allow her to bounce up walls, judo-flip henchmen, reflect laser beams, and spray hot sauce to melt icy obstructions. If all else fails, you can engage her stealth suit and make her invisible to enemy eyes. Once Kim acquires new gadgets and abilities, you can then replay earlier levels to access areas that were previously unreachable. Expand
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  1. 85
    You've got a platformer with polished design, tight control, plenty of replayability, and a hot gal in the lead role as the butt-kicking, high-flying, belly-shirt-sporting hero chick. Think Castlevania set in So-Cal, or Catwoman with some class.
  2. The game is filled with very fun platforming levels which make good use of Kim's innovative gadgets and moves. Some bosses could be a bit frustrating, and the Rufus levels are a bit dull.
  3. Whereas the first game was a side-scrolling brawler, this version is more of an action platformer.
  4. While the platforming gameplay is presented well, and the moves are varied and fun, the difficulty and the lack of save spots can be frustrating.
  5. Adapting the grappling hook idea and gameplay from Bionic Commando has given the game some depth, as have the other gadgets and gizmos. The graphics too have captured the essence of the cartoon, so fans will be pleased. However, it loses out on some fairly mediocre sound and some overly easy and repetitive gameplay.
  6. Throw in cool rapport between Kim and friends Wade and Ron, fairly good tunes, and a turn playing as a naked mole rat (ooh, provocative!), and you've got a winner.
  7. Stylized art and animation, an athletic superspy and lots of jumping, grappling and fighting make Kim Possible 2 an engaging platformer - especially for fans of the Kim Possible TV series. [Sept 2004, p.116]

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  1. NoelleG.
    Mar 27, 2005
    This is a very good game, although it's quite hard for my age (I'm 7). But you'll really feel proud if you're finally able to finish an episode. Much, much better than the first game! Expand