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James Pond II

James Pond II (XSX) game cover art
Platform: Amiga
Developer: Unknown


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James Pond II review

Reviewed March 08, 2004

falsehead says: "There has been a long tradition of game heroes drawn from the animal kingdom over the years. Crash is a Bandicoot, Sonic is a Hedgehog, Gex is a Gecko and Jim is an Earthworm [a pedant writes: technically an earthworm is not an animal it's an Annelid]. Anyway, one of videogaming great ''lost'' animal heroes is James Pond the super spy fish. This small orange cod starred in a well received if rather uninspired platform game; James Pond at the end of the 1980's [another pedant writes: fish aren't ..."
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