Gex 3: Deep Cover Gecko (Gex 3: Deep Pocket Gecko for Game Boy Color) is the last of the Gex series of video games. It was released in 1999. In the UK and European versions, Danny John-Jules played his voice, while in America Dana Gould returned from the previous games to do Gex's voice. This is the first game in the Gex trilogy to not have passwords for a method of saving. Instead, you have to use a Controller Pak for the Nintendo 64 or a Memory Card for the PlayStation. The Nintendo 64 version was trimmed down with no cut-scenes, just like the last one because of the Nintendo 64 cartridge's limited space. It is also the only game not to be released for the PC.
While watching the news on his TV one day, Gex discovers that Agent Xtra (who he met in Gex: Enter the Gecko's backstory), head of the TV Terrorist Defense Unit has been reported as missing. She then contacts him via his TV telling him that Rez has returned once more and has kidnapped her to get to Gex. He teleports to the batcave-like lair he has in the Media Dimension, and begins another adventure. Along the way, Gex teams up with his new friends Rex and Cuz.
After defeating Rez for the third time, Gex returns with Xtra to his hotel room, where she tell him about her time in the Media Dimension. Just then, Alfred tries to warn Gex of a world emergency. Gex ignores him and turns the computer off. He and Xtra then make love.