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The Nintendo 64 was a breeding ground for the at-the-time new genre of 3D platforming from its release of Super Mario 64. Many other games have tried to recapture the essence of what made Mario 64 such a great game, with few games coming close (Banjo-Kazooie and its sequel, Donkey Kong 64) and a few games on other systems completely missing the point (Bubsy 3D). While Rocket: Robot on Wheels never became a best-selling game, it proved to be unique enough to stand on its own in a sea of platforme...3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
Going back to a non Nintendo platformer for the N64 seems like a bad idea until I realized that this game held up surprising well. The game is about Rocket who must platform/puzzle his way through a theme park collecting tickets along the way to unlock new stages. Each new stage has new challenges other than just being good at platforming. Using vehicles or a assortment of puzzles depending on the level gives this game plenty of variety. Every level also has a unique theme like a Aztec environm...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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