Kim Possible 2: Drakken's Demise Game Review
Help Kim Possible fight evil villains as only a teen girl spy can on the Nintendo Gameboy Advance with Kim Possible 2: Drakkens Demise! We review it here.
Kim Possible 2: Drakken's Demise Basic TrainingWhen Kim goes spy-fu on the bad guys, it's with platform gaming action - crazy jumps, villains to thump and lots of items to collect. It's single-player fun with you controlling Kim or Rufus through 16 levels until you finally get face-to-face with Drakken's ugly mug.
Kim Possible 2: Super Spy-tastic Stuff!Running and jumping is all good, but Kim really kicks butt 'cuz she's packed full of spy moves and gadgets. Using her grapple to swing around like Spider-Man, sneakin' around with a spy stealth suit on and high-flying flips are just a few of the moves you can get. There are also flying levels and levels where you control Rufus the naked mole rat (and spy-sidekick!). The graphics are even sweet and really bring Kim and the gang to life.
Kim Possible 2: Vicious Villain VengeanceWhat villain can take on Kim Possible? None of 'em! And that's the biggest problem - the game is pretty easy for hardcore gamers. It's still fun to play, but if you're looking for a serious challenge this isn't it.
Kim Possible 2: Mission BriefingThis mission, should you choose to accept it, will give you 16 levels of wicked action with teen-spy Kim Possible and the gang from the Disney cartoon TV show. It's a bit easy for hardcore gamers, but it's still great fun.
Kim Possible Age Rating: Everyone.
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