Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
- There are a total of 30 general entries.
Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
Elite Beat Agents
The Commander of the Elite Beat Agents. Kahn (Or Commander Kahn) is the Commander of the Elite Beat Agents, as would be suggested by his title. He sends the Elite Beat Agents off to their destination with his signature saying, "Agents are... go!", and also dances like a girl, if you know how to unlock him as a dancer...
Moo Moo Motors. The enemy of Sushi Motors is Moo Moo Motors, the company infamous for stealing Sushi Motors's new car design! In the chapter "Family Honor! Introducing the Secret-Weapon Ninja!", Ken Ozu uses his ninja powers to steal back the top secret plans.
|In the chapter "Rags to Riches! Go East, Wildcatter!", how much money does Colonel Bob make for becoming an oil baron once more at the successful end of the level?||"Elite Beat Agents"! Success or Mishap!?
$99,999,999,999. Colonel Bob does, in fact, make $99,999,999,999! In the best ending, he spends the money on a new island resort for his wife, making her very pleased. Fun fact, the other answer choices were other amounts of money possibly made in the level!
Derek and Morris. The two male backup agents are Derek and Morris, Derek with the fedora hat and Morris with the red afro. They are agents BA-4 and BA-3, respectively.
Sixteen. There is a total of sixteen (16) songs in the game, along with three (3) bonus songs, which are unlocked by achieving certain high score totals. The sixteen songs are unlocked throughout the normal game mode.
S. The highest possible rank that can be achieved on any level is an "S" rank. The "S" rank involves hitting mostly 300s and getting no misses.
It consists of two songs. The final level of "Elite Beat Agents" is different in that it consists of two separate songs that are played in succession (Though they can played seperately like any other songs once they have been passed), "Without a Fight" by Hoobastank and "Jumpin' Jack Flash" by The Rolling Stones.
"Romancing Meowzilla". In this chapter, movie director Chris Silverscreen must create a new (and good) movie, or risk being fired! He responsed to this problem by calling upon the Elite Beat Agents. In the end, the movie "Romancing Meowzilla" is made, which is hopefully a success... if you play well enough.
Walkie Talkie Man. The first chapter, "Trio of Mayhem! Love and Boyfriends!", is played to the song "Walkie Talkie Man" by Steriogram. A babysitter, Jane, invites Don Tanner, star of the football team, over in hopes to propose going steady. Unfortunately, she must babysit a group of disasterous children at the same time, and so she calls upon the Elite Beat Agents to surpass the challenge.
|The song is "You're the Inspiration". You're helping Lucy and her mother try to cope with losing Lucy's father. What are the names of the mother and father?||Elite Beat Agents
Laura and Matthew. I find this to be an interesting level for many reasons. One, you're not helping someone who has reached their wits end and cried out for help. Two, Commander Kahn doesn't yell his signature command, "Agents are GO!" Three, the agents never pull any real dance moves; they just sway.
|The song is "The Anthem". You're helping Hulk Bryman defend an amusement park from a fire-breathing golem while helping him recover his baseball skills. What was Hulk's nickname when he played baseball?||Elite Beat Agents
Homerun King. When he returns to playing baseball, he earns the nickname "Comeback King".
CAMEO: In the introduction scene, look closely at the people near Hulk's fan. You'll see Ted ("Highway Star") as well as the skateboarding kid from "Walkie Talkie Man".
|The song is "Sk8er Boi". You're helping Jack drive to the hospital to drop off a woman who is going into labor. Who is this woman?||Elite Beat Agents
Linda. CAMEO: During the second part of the song, you're going through a subway system. If you don't get a Beat or an Elite Beat, your cab will be stopped by a small crowd. Among the crowd are Amanda and Tex ("Believe").
|The song is "Material Girl". You're helping the Carrington sisters adapt to island life long enough for them to be rescued. What are their first names?||Elite Beat Agents
Norma and Isabella. By using their beauty and charm, the sisters manage to keep warm, find food, and build a tropical spa. Finally they use their wealth to get the attention of a plane and escape the island.
CAMEO: Watch the introduction scene and you'll see Colonel Bob ("Let's Dance") try to win over Isabella with a rather large diamond and his oil fields.
|The first song is called "Walkie Talkie Man". Who created this song?||Elite Beat Agents
Steriogram. Steriogram is a New Zealand punk/rock group that was formed in 1999. The band consists of five members: Tyson Kennedy (vocals), Tim Youngson (guitar), Brad Carter (vocals/guitar), Jared Wrennall (drums/vocals), and Jake Adams (bass guitar).
Stray Cats did "Rock This Town", Deep Purple did "Highway Star", and Jamiroquai did "Canned Heat".
Leonard. Look carefully at the cut-scenes to see some references to Leonardo da Vinci. For example: After the concert, Signorina (we never get her name) is moving her arms up and down inside a circle, like in Leonardo's 'Vitruvian Man'.
|The song is "September". You're helping Sofie clear the skies so she can go on a picnic with her son. What's his name?||Elite Beat Agents
David. David is Sofie's youngest son. I say 'youngest' because she has a second son who is a year older than David. His name is Ted, and you meet him briefly in "Highway Star".
CAMEO: In the end sequence, you'll see a kid say "Your mom sure is pretty." This kid is actually one of the children you had to babysit in "Walkie Talkie Man". His mom is there with him, too.
Sam. Sam is the dog that fell asleep on a pickup truck and wound up 400 miles from home. On his journey home he hitches a ride, plays fetch with expensive china, and saves a damsel in distress.
CAMEO: If you succeed in the first part of the song, you'll hitch a ride with the Carrington sisters ("Material Girl").
SECOND CAMEO: After you complete the second part of the song, you'll run into a mother and her baby. You may recognize these two people from "ABC".
BA-5. You find this information to the left of his name when choosing a difficulty. You can also find it on his badge at the start of each level. Agent BA-1 is Chieftain. Agent BA-2 is J. Agent BA-3 is Morris, the left back-up agent. Agent BA-4 is Derek, the right back-up agent.
All of these choices (The notes are smaller, The notes appear quicker, It's basically Sweatin' mode upside-down). For the Hard ROCK! mode, it takes more concentration, more patience, and more quick thinking! Hard ROCK! mode is unlocked after completing Sweatin' mode.
Super Live! Let's Dance!. If you do poorly in this particular scene, he makes the ticket definitely look fake. He and the girl then get expelled.
Wide receiver. If you do very well, Don will use his football skills to aid his baby-sitter girlfriend and control the "demon seed" children! The song featured is "Makes No Difference" by Sum 41. Cool, huh?
Sarcastic Nuts & Nuts. In this episode, zombies are taking over and turn people into zombies... by kissing! The main character, Jake Irons, has to feed the zombies SARCASTIC Nuts & Nuts peanuts to turn them back to normal by way of firearms!
He fell asleep and woke up in a pickup truck. Sam was taken to the basketball court where he fell asleep on the pickup. If Sam was kidnapped, it would suggest that the driver did that on purpose.
Mom forgets to buy the fish for Max. Oh, no! If you fail all scenes (but complete the episode), the mom comes back from the grocery store empty-handed. What is a cat to do without fish? If you fail the stage itself, a foreman will throw Max off the construction zone, thus failing the mission to save Baby Alden from any danger.
"Makes No Difference". Kind of tricky, huh? It wasn't about how fast you have to be during the song. It was about the song itself, hence "tempo-wise." Get it?