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  • Summary: Hop into the latest addition to the Frogger franchise with Frogger Beyond, a new adventure that takes you through eight expansive worlds. As the amphibious hero, Frogger, you'll encounter a wide range of enemies, obstacles, and new challenges. This time, you can snowboard ice-covered mountains, travel through lava caverns, and navigate the depths of outer space. Frogger Beyond revives the series with 40 new enemies, new frog abilities, and hidden areas and power-ups. Collapse
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  1. Frogger Beyond has far surpassed the expectations that I initially had for this game. Konami did an excellent job with recreating Frogger and creating a challenging puzzle game for the GameCube.
  2. Three types of powerups give Frogger extra speed and strength. [Feb 2003, p.156]
  3. Frogger Beyond brings the gameplay back to the frantic puzzle action that made "Frogger 2: Swampy's Revenge" an enjoyable little title.
  4. 60
    Bluntly put, Frogger Beyond is quite difficult. Your patience and reflexes will be put to the test from the beginning and things will only get harder as you progress.
  5. 58
    Only the most die-hard Frogger fanatic will find their money well spent.
  6. There is a lot of trial and error here and you should be prepared to do a lot of dying. The camera angles are fixed and will at times cause you to make suicide leaps.
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  3. Negative: 1 out of 2
  1. DougV.
    May 3, 2003
    Graphic is good and it puzzle mazes are excellent. That was suppose be expected with orginal frogger game.
  2. JohnH.
    Feb 13, 2003
    Be prepared to be frustrated in this game. The camera is insane, death gets very annoying, and the d-pad is also offers alot of frustration.