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Gex 64: Enter the Gecko

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Title Screen

Gex 64: Enter the Gecko

Developer: Realtime Associates
Publishers: Midway Games (US), GT Interactive (EU)
Platforms: Nintendo 64
Released in US: August 31, 1998
Released in EU: February 26, 1999

AreasIcon.png This game has unused areas.
RegionIcon.png This game has regional differences.

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Gex 64: Enter the Gecko is a Nintendo 64 port of the PlayStation title, minus a large amount of content.

PlayStation Save Areas

Moon Jump Code (Hold L button when Gex jumps):

D00BF2F5 0020
8014E933 0043

Using the above code, Gex can be taken to two platforms, leftover from the PlayStation version of the game. These areas were used to save and load the game. These platforms cannot be used to save, load, or anything.

Takeoff Point Unused Area
Gex64-takeoffpoint.png Gex64-psxsavepoint.png
Gex64-takeoffpoint2.png Gex64-psxsavepoint2.png

(Source: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o5nI8W_W8Tk)

Odd Box in Titanic Stage


Outside the level borders of Gecques Cousteau, the Titanic level, a strange, green box partially inside a white cage-like box can be seen. It's behind the TV for the "swim through the arches" remote.

Regional Differences

Gex's Voice

In the US version, Gex is voiced by comedian Dana Gould, but in the UK release, he's voiced by longtime British character actor Leslie Phillips instead. Also, probably because of the sound data being rearranged, there are a few oddities in Gex's introductions for each level.

  • In the UK version, Gex doesn't say anything at the beginning of The Umpire Strikes Out, Pain in the Asteroids, and No Weddings and a Funeral.
  • At the beginning of The Spy Who Loved Himself, Gex makes a metal clanking sound with his mouth, rather than saying an actual quote.
  • When the switch in Smellraiser is hit, a loud woman's scream can be heard. In the UK, it's been changed to Gex saying "This looks familiar." This may or may not be due to the file rearrangement.