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Jane Hoop Elementary:
The Final Rush - Part 2
Jane Hoop Elementary The Final Rush Part 2 video game poster
Developer(s) KnowWonder, Warthog, Griptonite, Argonaut
Publisher(s) Electronic Arts
Series Jane Hoop Elementary
Engine Unreal engine
Platform(s) PlayStation 2, Microsoft Windows, Game Boy Advance, Game Boy Color, Mac OS 9, Mac OS X, Nintendo GameCube, PlayStation, Xbox
Release date(s) June 30, 2011
Rating(s) E
Media CD-ROM, Nintendo optical disc

Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush - Part 2 is the second part of the two-part final video game in the Jane Hoop Elementary franchise, like the book with the same name and Part 2 film. It was released on June 30, 2011, two weeks before the film's release on PlayStation 2, Microsoft Windows, Game Boy Advance, Game Boy Color, Mac OS 9, Mac OS X, Nintendo GameCube, PlayStation and Xbox.

GameplayEdit

Part 2 will continue with Danny, Rebecca and Alec heading to Catwoman's Base. The game will have some events similar than preocessor Turbo of Catland. Part 2 will continue with Danny, Rebecca and Alec hiding from the badniks after they escape from Catwoman's Base while the Crystal Power is broken into three pieces, where they force to go on a journey to find three pieces of the Crystal Power. The game will have some events similar than preocessor Turbo of Catland.

DevelopmentEdit

It was announced on May 13, 2010, that the video game, like the movie, will be made into two sepeare parts. The first part was announced for third quarter during its' autumn 2010 debut, while the second part is not yet announced. The game for Part 1 will be published by PlayStation 2, Microsoft Windows, Game Boy Advance, Game Boy Color, Mac OS 9, Mac OS X, Nintendo GameCube, PlayStation and Xbox. Part 2 was announced to be published by them as well, while its' release date is again not yet announced.

CastingEdit

Characters who are returning as the main character will be Ben Diskin as Danny Gorden, Carolyn Lawrence as Rebecca Henry and Don Harris as Alec Gutzwiller. Other characters, who are return are also Khary Payton as Jaquille Short, Chris Fox as Robert Foster, Samantha Truman as Belle Lamar, Diana Rose as Dr. Catwoman, Sandra Green as Shego Dalma, Terrence Williams as Shadow the Monkeyman, Arthur Walters as Goldenman, Miranda Richardson as Miss. Bella Watson, George Jones as Mayor Lisa as Alice Kingston, Lisa Harris as Dacia and Dakota Fanning as Catgirl.

Miley Cyrus as Jade Woods and Nick Jonas as Catboy, who both portrayed as the characters from the live-action film, will be voicing, as they will reprise their roles for Part 2. Casey Kaham will not return as Cory Berning, because of him retiring since July, 2009. Instead, Bart Simpson, who portayed the character for the film will be voicing at this time.

Playable CharactersEdit

Danny Gorden, Rebecca Henry, Alec Gutzwiller, Cory Berning and Jaquille Short will be playable characters as well. Also Naudia Gorden and Goldenman will be playable for the first time. Other characters that were confirmed to be playable are Alice Kingston, Hunter Suggs and Stephanie Slaven.

ReactionEdit

Critics are postive making them one of the most successful review video game in the franchise. Metacritics average a score the highest rating in the franchise of 84% on PC, and 73% on both PS3 and X-Box. IGN recieved 9.2 on DS, Wii, PS3, and 9.4 on X-Box. Diana Lane ranks 8.1/10, stating: "the gamplay is very action packed, and the storyline and animation looks a lot better than ever". Sheila also ranks 8.7/10 states: "the video game is the best Jane Hoop Elementary yet, luckly it will be even worst than the rest of the games." She also states: "Partt 1 was good, but this one is even better."

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External linksEdit

  • Official website
  • Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush - Part 2 at Internet Movie Database