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Charlie's Angels for Nintendo GameCube
By: Ubi Soft
Charlie's Angels for Nintendo GameCube
Features:
  • ESRB Rating: Teen
  • Genre: Action
  • Mission: The time has come to fight like an Angel

  • Price: $29.99
    Sale: $14.92
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Product Description:

Take control of the world's most famous Angels as you set out to bring a mastermind criminal to justice.

Reviews
Heavenly       Product Reviews
by: Anonymous       on: 14-Dec 2004

Well, I appear to be the only human being on the face of this Earth that enjoyed the "Charlie's Angels" game. Sure, the graphics aren't the best, but the plot is cool and the fighting is pretty tight. I mean, when the first "Charlie's Angels" movie came out, I was hoping they would release a video-game. I bought this game the day it came out. There is really nothing wrong here. Well, that's a lie. But, it isn't the worst game. I love how the actors lent their voice to the game. Here is a mini breakdown:

**Graphics 2/5: Yikes. Not the bests. They're kind of like Game Boy Advance graphics only more polished. The Angels look like the Angels, I think.**

**Sound 4/5: The sound is pretty cool because you can hear the punches and the kicks. And, the actresses lend their voices. However, they have some whack white dude doing Bosely's voice.**

**Control 5/5: There really isn't that much to know about the controls. I mean, they are as straightfoward as can be. But, they are simply "Streets of Rage" like. Easy to pick up and play.**

*Overall 4/5: I really enjoyed this game. Sure, it's the same thing in every level, but I love the whole beat 'em up theory the game delivers. It's straight beat 'em up. And, you can pick up weapons and things. I just think that people should cut this some slack, it isn't that bad. Don't let the bad reviews steer your view about it. If you are skeptical, rent this and try it. I think, if only you like "Streets of Rage", you'll enjoy this little piece.

**Kind of like: "Streets of Rage", "Fighting Force", "Alias", "Dark Angel"
Just straight up terrible!!!! - Edwin Montanez       Product Reviews
by: edmontanez86       on: 10-Aug 2003

This is a terrible game. I hate it. All you do is fight the clone of the same guy over and over again!!! I hate it. I bought it thinking it would be good, but no. Dont buy it!!!! I am warning you.

-Edwin Montanez


Best Teenage Girls' Game Of The 2000s!!       Product Reviews
by: david_kremer       on: 17-Jul 2003

Hello, folks!! This game is such a fantastic one for those who are adolescent girls and are striving to mastering these video games at this rating that appeal to many grownup women as well. Unfortunately, most video games like these at this rating still continues to offer many boys to go for in general which may provide unneccessary harshness to the individual. Beginning in the fall, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles will be the next video game to be released and you'll love enjoying both of these kinds. For now, Charlie's Angels is the best one to you'll ever want to buy and/or rent.

The graphics are so excellent and the control techniques are a lot easier to outdo. Before you begin to advance to the hard mode, you must work several times as hard in the previous levels of difficulty and be at least in your late teens in order to master every fighting technique in the most challenging level. The main tip is the most helpful. Happy Mastering!!


Best Teenage Girls' Game Of The 2000s!!       Product Reviews
by: david_kremer       on: 17-Jul 2003

Hello, folks!! This game is such a fantastic one for those who are adolescent girls and are striving to mastering these video games at this rating that appeal to many grownup women as well. Unfortunately, most video games like these still continues to offer many boys to go for in general which may provide unneccessary harshness.

The graphics are so excellent and the control techniques are a lot easier to outdo. Before you begin to advance to the hard mode, you must work several times as hard in the previous levels of difficulty and be at least in your late teens in order to master every fighting technique in the most challenging level (academically). The main tip is the most helpful. Happy Mastering!!



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