Jett Rocket

Published by Shin'en, Developed by Shin'en

Genres: Action / Adventure

US release date: Jun 28th, 2010 | EU release date: Jul 2nd, 2010

Price: 1000 points

Jett Rocket

Jump and run and fly! Let Jett Rocket explore the beautiful planet of Yoroppa and find out why it has been attacked by the evil 'Power Plant Posse'. Ride the ocean on your Jet Boat, parachute from giant cliffs, speed through arctic regions on your Jet Snowboard or skyrocket with your Jet Pack. Just be Jett Rocket in this epic futuristic full 3D Action-Adventure!

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85%

Very good

Jett Rocket is a game that while on one hand could have been a great retail game, would also likely have died in the retail sphere. Available on WiiWare for 1000 Wii points, Jett Rocket can be fun but players may find this difficult to believe due to the game's flaws. The...read full review

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