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  • Summary: Join Croc in an exciting new adventure as he searches for his long lost parents. But the search soon becomes a showdown as Croc's archenemy, Baron Dante, is magically resurrected by his evil Dantinis. Join Croc's journey as he explores over 40 levels within four Gobbo tribe villages, eachJoin Croc in an exciting new adventure as he searches for his long lost parents. But the search soon becomes a showdown as Croc's archenemy, Baron Dante, is magically resurrected by his evil Dantinis. Join Croc's journey as he explores over 40 levels within four Gobbo tribe villages, each packed with unique Gobbos, mischievous monsters, and tons of surprises! Expand
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  1. Mar 30, 2012
    8
    Played this on my PSX, but since there is no PSX page of this game I'll review this one instead. In short, an amazingly fun platformer game.Played this on my PSX, but since there is no PSX page of this game I'll review this one instead. In short, an amazingly fun platformer game. PSX was truly the best time for this genre. Expand
  2. Dec 27, 2014
    8
    Croc 2 is a great game. The controls are horrible and the camera even worse, but even that doesn't make this game bad. Sure, it getsCroc 2 is a great game. The controls are horrible and the camera even worse, but even that doesn't make this game bad. Sure, it gets frustrating, but it only adds to the challenge and the game remains fun. Like other platformers, you collect stuff and unlock levels. Beating a level is fine enough, but the bonus stages are unforgiving. You get thrown out of the bonus level if you fall into a hole, so you will have to do the whole level again to get another try. This requires a lot of patience.

    The character itself is very likeable and has a lot of personality. He may have annoying grunts when hit, but he does his best in all kinds of situations and never give up in his quest to save his friends. Some call him a saint, we call him... a hero!

    Rayman, Crash Bandicoot, Spyro & Croc. These are the most famous platforming gems for the PS1. If you haven't tried this one and/or have enjoyed one of the mentioned games, PLEASE play it. You won't regret it!
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