A 2001 demo for an unannounced ‘Gex Jr’ title has been released


A video and a demo has surfaced for a possible sequel to Gex that was deliberate for someday round 2001 on PlayStation, known as Gex Jr.

There isn’t an enormous quantity of knowledge, however crucially the uploader of the video (seen under) appeared to purposefully keep away from publishing the gameplay on April 1, as a way to make sure that individuals realised it wasn’t an April idiot’s day joke, and is in reality actual.

The video (thanks, GamesRadar) is 30 seconds lengthy and reveals off some very “of its time” platforming and humour, with Gex Jr shouting “I’m your father, Luke” (a intentionally mis-quoted reference to Star Wars) and “that is my final answer”, whereas accumulating cans of “soda” and taking part in air guitar.

User “justz00t” who uploaded the video merely says that it’s for an unreleased and unannounced game known as Gex Jr for PlayStation. The person provides “This demo was made by ImageBuilder and is dated January 25, 2001”, and has been added to an archive.org web page.

On the obtain web page, the knowledge says:

“A brief demo of the unreleased and unannounced game Gex Jr. for the PlayStation.

  • Press Start for mannequin viewer
  • Press Circle for tongue assault
  • Press Triangle to fart
  • Press Square for tail spin
  • Press Cross to leap

The earlier dump of this prototype had some errors. A corrected dump of this prototype was made with CloneCD free from errors.”

Other movies at the moment are surfacing, which reveals roughly a minute of gameplay. There are different references to popular culture as properly, with mentions of Teletubbies and kids’s TV present, Blue’s Clues.

First released within the mid-90s, Gex was a trilogy of platform video games which threw in comedic characters and writing, typically parodying different franchises and video games. Square Enix really renewed its rights to the collection round a yr in the past, with the unique writer and developer being Crystal Dynamics.

Gex appeared on the Sega Saturn as properly, and PC variations of the video games popped up earlier than the ultimate game was released in 1999 for PS1.

In different information, an Elden Ring streamer has crushed the game with out taking any injury – in beneath three hours.





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