Peter Jackson's King Kong Full Game (Game Movie) [XBOX SERIES X] [HDR] (4K Upscaled)

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In anticipation of Godzilla vs Kong here is Peter Jackson's King Kong Offical Game of the Movie for Xbox Series X! This walkthrough covers the entire game, including the alternate bonus ending which you can unlock. Please note that this is the Xbox 360 version running on Xbox Series X via Backward Compatibility. This video was also made to show off what the game looks like with the new Xbox Series X Auto HDR feature! This game requires a disc to be played on any Xbox console and as such can not be played on Xbox One SAD or Xbox Series S or any disc-less Xbox Console going forward. I also managed to swap out the next-gen loading screens for the old-gen loading screens as they give more context to the levels and are way more interesting than the next-gen loading screens which are still images moving. All the cutscenes between loading screens are my own and were recorded from the GameCube version of this game then edited into the video by me. I hope everyone enjoys this as this is one of my favorite licensed movie games of all time alongside Spider-Man 2.

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Peter Jackson's King Kong: The Official Game of the Movie is an action-adventure video game developed and published by Ubisoft, based on the 2005 film King Kong. The game was created in collaboration between the film's director Peter Jackson and the game's director Michel Ancel. The game follows New York scriptwriter Jack Driscoll through Skull Island, as he attempts to save love interest Ann Darrow who has been sacrificed by the island's natives to the giant gorilla King Kong.

The game allows players to play as both Jack Driscoll and King Kong. Players use firearms and spears as Jack; and punch, grab and use objects/corpses as Kong, to defend against and fight creatures on Skull Island. The King Kong segments are played from a third-person perspective, while the Jack levels are played from a first-person perspective. The game de-emphasizes the role of a heads-up display, with the developers explaining that this conceivably would help players to get further immersed into the game (although the HUD can be turned on in the settings).

It was released on PC and sixth generation platforms and a Nintendo DS version on November 21, 2005, while it was released on November 22, 2005, on the Xbox 360 as a launch title, as well as a Game Boy Advance version titled Kong: The 8th Wonder of the World; also, a PlayStation Portable version was released December 20, 2005. The film's cast members reprise their roles.

Upon release, the console and PC versions received positive reviews, with critics praising the game's immersive environments and audio, voice acting (with the cast winning the "Best Cast" award at the 2005 Spike Video Game Awards) and ability to play as Driscoll and Kong throughout the game. However, the DS version received negative reception due to bugs, poor AI and technical issues, while the PSP version received mixed reviews, with critics liking the inclusion of a multiplayer mode, but criticizing the shorter campaign length.

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● All gameplay was captured on an AVerMedia GC573 Live Gamer 4K Capture Card.
● All footage was edited and rendered using Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2020
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