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Toy Story 2: Buzz Lightyear to the Rescue (Nintendo 64)

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Title Screen

Toy Story 2: Buzz Lightyear to the Rescue

Developer: Traveller's Tales
Publisher: Activision
Platform: Nintendo 64
Released in US: November 30, 1999
Released in EU: April 2, 2000


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A platformer video game based on the same film. Compared to the other ports of this game, it was very cheap and rushed in comparison.

Unused Music

The credits theme for the other versions that was meant to be used in this version. It was replaced with a rendition of Andy's Room stage theme.

The level clear jingle that was meant to be used.

The jingle that plays on the game over screen on other versions does not play in this version.

Unused Text

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Unused text for a high resolution mode.

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Placeholder text for more levels.

here is all the story text
Text test string 2
Text test stringeey 3

Test strings.

Debugging Text

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Out-of-bounds Features

Not a good place to keep your buck, buck, bucks.

In Al's Toy Barn, near where a box can be pushed against a wall full of boxed tennis rackets, an unobtainable coin exists behind one of the racket boxes.

Revisional Differences

In the original release, the gunslinger enemies that first appear in Al's Penthouse resemble a stereotypical Mexican. They were changed into blond cowboys in the 1.1 version.

1.0 1.1
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Regional Differences

The level end screen in the European version includes sprites for the tasks required to collect each Pizza Planet Token. These would later be included in the v1.1 release of the American version.

American ver. 1.0 American ver. 1.1/European
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In the French and German versions, the Buzz Lightyear logo is missing from the main menu.

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