The plot is based on the movie, in which a group of highly trained guinea pigs (Darwin, Blaster, and Juarez) fight against Leonard Saber, an evil billionaire and his robotic \"household appliances\" army.
The game plot differs from the movie in several key ways. In the film, Speckles is missing after the others escape the pet store until the final scenes of the movie. In the video game, Speckles reappears a short time later claiming that he escaped the trash compactor. The game also interjects several new locations including the appliance production centre and some sewers not seen in the movie, and Saber's partner \"Yanshu\" talks to Darwin several times throughout the third and fourth acts. In addition, the game also ends differently, Darwin finds Speckles in a giant satellite dish rather than at an appliance store, and the latter does not have a change of heart and does not stop his evil plan. Instead, he continues and Mooch must destroy the machine, presumably killing Speckles. However, in the final moments of the game, Speckles' hand emerges from the wreckage, implying he survived. Additionally, Ben orders G-Force to vacate the area when the FBI closes in, instead of them being promoted by the FBI.
GameSpot said of the PlayStation 3, Wii, and Xbox 360 versions: \"Fun combat and crafty puzzles make this a good companion to the blockbuster movie\". Greg Miller of IGN said \"G-Force isn't a game everyone should be lining up to play, but people looking to have an interactive piece of the movie shouldn't be disappointed\". IT Reviews wrote: \"The flaws are easy to spot; G-Force is decent, solid, chipper family entertainment\". Game Revolution was more negative, giving it a \"C\" grade and criticized the \"repetitive puzzle design [and] bland visuals\".
Trapped in the store's pet rodent display case, G-Force meet Hurley, a guinea pig, Bucky, a hamster, and three mice. Although Blaster and Juarez manage to get themselves sold to a family with plans to return to extract their comrades, Speckles is thrown and seemingly crushed in a garbage truck. Meanwhile, Mooch manages to return to Ben to tell him where his mammalian agents are, but Darwin escapes with Hurley, who is forced to come after he gets kicked out by Bucky, before he can arrive to collect them. While Blaster and Juarez escape their new owners to return to Ben, he and Marcie discover that the intel in the PDA has a computer virus that hid the scheme. At this time, Darwin and Hurley make their own way to their superior. En route, Darwin sees a Saberling coffee maker and decides to investigate it, but it turns into a violent robot; which he and Hurley defeat by luring it into the road where its destroyed by a passing car. After examining the wreckage, they discover that Sabersense and Clusterstorm are connected and that the chips found inside the appliances actually transforms them into killer robots.
The guinea pigs are personally commended by the FBI Director, who also appoints them special agents of the FBI. Furthermore, G-Force is reinstated as a unit of the Bureau and expanded with Hurley, Bucky, and the mice inducted as new recruits. Meanwhile, Saber was forced by the FBI and the government to make the largest consumer product recall in history where Speckles is given the duty of removing the malicious chips from all 178,003 Saber appliances before rejoining the team. Agent Killian is relocated to an FBI base in the South Pole as a punishment for trying to arrest G-Force. Darwin, Blaster, Juarez, and Hurley have a dance party to celebrate their victory, with Bucky and the mice joining them.
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The video game based on the movie was released for PlayStation 3, PlayStation 2, Xbox 360, Wii, PlayStation Portable, Nintendo DS and Microsoft Windows on July 21, 2009. The PS3 and Xbox 360 versions come with 3D glasses.
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Disney has decided that 3-D is the future of motion pictures at your local cinema, and with the exception of the \"extra fee for 3-D\", they may be right. While the current version of 3-D technology (instead of the red/blue 3-D from the 1950s) got kickstarted by the short films in the Disney theme parks (such as Captain EO, Honey I Shrunk the Audience, and Mickey's Philharmagic), it seems that the filmmakers have gotten the right idea on how to present a 3-D film. While previous 3-D films seemed to intentionally film scenes specifically for 3-D, with items flying at the audience for no other apparent reason than to say \"Hey, this is in 3-D!\", G-Force does not seem like you are watching a 3-D movie.
I went to see it without any expectations. All I knew was this was a group of guinea pigs that could talk and where kind of like a Mission: Impossible team. And so I was pleasantly surprised. G-Force is an entertaining and fun romp for the whole family, not just for kids. It doesn't try to be the summer blockbuster or have a deep plot. Instead, it's just fun and is the best 3-D movie of the year.
Story/Script/Plot Development (A): The Wibberleys (National Treasure 2) took the story idea from Hoyt Yeatman and made a cute family-friendly movie that can be enjoyed by both kids and adults - something that Pixar once had the exclusive rights to until recently. There isn't much of a plot, but the movie doesn't try to be anything else. Occasionally the story thinks about heading into another direction, it doesn't, and goes back to the really basic plot of \"James Bond\" types must save the world, even though the world doesn't want their help, and find out who is the mastermind behind it all. Those slight deviations bring it down to an A-, but it's an A nonetheless. (Side note: It's nice to see the Halloween III plot avoidance plan used again - where they don't go into details on how something works because you wouldn't believe it)
Cinematography (A): I'll mention it again: This is the first 3-D movie I've seen where they don't go out of their way on a regular basis to make sure you know it's in 3-D. While some of those effects are there, they aren't in your face, and they flow properly for this movie. I'm not expecting sweeping visuals due to the kind of movie this is, and for the limited faster action scenes the camera angles and movement are just right. Hoyt Yeatman did a fine job on his full-length directing debut, although he's not a rookie to the business.
Acting/Chemistry (A): G-Force is not trying to rely on star power to draw you to this movie. In fact, I didn't even know who voiced the leading characters were before I went to the theater. I was surprised to find out that Nicolas Cage, Penelope Cruz, and Tracy Morgan led their voices to the main animated characters. They stay in character the entire movie and really seem to work well together. Zach Galifianakis, who is seeing a resurgence in his career thanks to his role in The Hangover, does a decent job as the FBI agent in charge of the G-Force project. Niecy Nash is wonderful in her short cameo. Finally, as usual, Bill Nighy does what he does well - giving it his all and is absolutely brilliant and believable as the villain for this movie.
Use of locations/Costumes/Special Effects (A): This movie doesn't overdo the special effects, which is unusual for Jerry Bruckheimer. I'd say it uses just the right amount of special effects, especially the nod to Transformers that occurs in the movie. Nothing is wrong about the locations, and they don't go overboard with the costumes for the guinea pigs.
Movie Score (C): Unfortunately the score for this movie is practically non-existent, and while a few songs carry it along in the appropriate places, it can get tiresome hearing \"O Fortuna\" again. It seemed out of place in this movie compared to the other, more modern tracks.
Final Grade: (A). More like an A- but an A nonetheless. This movie isn't anything more than fluff; an entertaining film that is enjoyable for the entire family, which is a rare feat by most family-oriented films of recent past - it seems that the majority of scripts include things for teenage boys which are inappropriate for young kids - similar to the problems that Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen suffers from, and unli