Jackie Chan: Stuntmaster

PlayStation Jackie Chan: Stuntmaster is a curious release from Midway where they Motion-Captured Jackie Chan himself...to be used on cartoon characters.

Jewel Case Release with Contest Piece


Genre: Action CDs: 1
Publisher: Midway Released: February 15, 2000
Developer: Radical Entertainment UPC: 0 31719 26809 2
Sony ID: SLUS-00684 PSRM: 012510
Players: 1 Player Memory: 1 Block
Accessories: Analog, Vibration
ESRB: Teen Animated Violence
Box Copy:

  • Unbelievable stunt sequences performed by Jackie Chan!
  • Classic Jackie weapons that includes chairs, brooms, and more!
  • Movie sequences that feature hilarious Jackie Chan outtakes!
  • Tons of enemies and high-powered bosses to kick around!
  • Motion-captured animations of the real Jackie Chan!
  • Innovative fighting system includes throws and combos




Jackie Chan: Stuntmaster’s release included a sweepstakes where you could win a chance to see a Jackie Chan movie with the actor himself. The contest was set-up using a play piece included with the game. You would remove the transparent play piece from the sheet, and then hold it up to the computer screen while looking at a specific page on Midway’s web-site. Sadly, the web-page is long gone and not archived.

Two things to know:

  • If you are going for a complete set, DO NOT TRY TO REMOVE THE PLAY PIECE FROM THE CARD. 20+ years later, the clear plastic has adhered to the sheet of paper, and attempting to remove it could result in tearing the play piece or pulling the ink off the reverse side. Just leave the play piece “sealed”.
  • It is unknown if there was ever a plain, non-contest variant released.


  • It is unknown if there was ever a plain, non-contest variant released.




  • There are no known misprints.



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  • There are various in-jokes that point to Jackie’s film career and own personal adventures, like his real life broken nose.

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