Very generous package. Story mode, plus a huge list of missions. Excellent!
Is it universal, or mere European? I didn't get it. It's the second game of the series, I'm almost positive about it.
A consolation until the new Metal Gear game arrives.
I hated it! It was so cool and had very good graphics, but it was so hard to play, almost unfair. It's a pitty really..
One of my favourite PS2 games. Snake at its best.
Look at this coverbox picture! How can I be inspired to play this? Have its publishers ever heard of the word "marketing" before?
Technically unbeatable. Surely the best video-game so far. Still I found very tedious all these long cut-scenes. And I didn't like their content anyway. Too many cliches, melodramatic dialogues, boobs, and other cheap tricks. That's a good thing Hideo Kojima didn't choose to be a film producer, because he wouldn't have a chance really...Or would he?
The original is always the best. I didn't find it fascinating though.
Whenever you hear a pompous title like this, there is always a trully poor game that is hidden behind it.
A tremendous strategy game.
Heroes live forever, and it would be a good idea to leave them rest in peace!
A good game, but it's time for the series to come to an end. Enough is enough. None gives a damn about Dante. Time for Capcom to realise that.
Sorry, but who was Daley Thompson? Carl Lewis of the early 80's? I'm an old gamer, but not that old to know him. Sorry Daley.
Ah.. those classic games of the 80's.
I didn't like it.
Robot battles mixed with soap opera drama. That's the classic Kojima we all love.
A decent action game.
So cute! but not so good as a game.
I loved it as a kid. A tricky game.
Monotonous. I guess I'm not a Castlevania fan after all.
I had a great time playing this.
Niko Belic: such a dislikable character! He didn't inspire me a bit to play the game to the end.
Not much improvement from the previous one.
An unforgettable game.
Classic. Probably the best Broken Sword.
I doubt if I will ever play this ancient title. I feel strange for this game: I love it and hate at the same time. I love it, because it's the very first step in achieving the Final Fantasy 7 grandeur. I hate it for the same reasons. Because if it hadn't been the very first step for that huge success of #7, now the world would never had seen such a lame game, as Final Fantasy 12!
I didn't play it. I left it after the first 30 minutes, so I don't really have an opinion for this game. But looking at this stupid coverbox picture, I feel worried...
Very good title! Honestly, I didn't expect to be that good.
"I Want to Break thru"
It is considered by the Final Fantasy veterans as the best title of the series. I can see their point: story, graphics, battle system, and music, are all top.
Total crap, nothing compared to the original Bomb Jack for ZX Spectrum.
My absolute favourite video-game of all times. Awesome graphics, simple straight-forward battle system, compelling and sensitive story, and probably the best music ever composed for a game.
I fell for that, as many gamers did.
A Baldur's Gate clone, with some very humorous lines from the protagonist.
Somehow I own this game, I don't remember how, when, or why.
The first "speaking" RPG title. We all felt exactly the same thrill, as the audience of 1930's, when they watched for the first time a speaking Chaplin film.
I'm extremely suspicious with game titles in Latin.
It has almost become a habbit for all the Final Fantasy fans, when reffering to FFX-2, to always compare it with FFX, and always think of it as an inferior game. I don't feel the same about it. I'm perhaps the only person in our entire solar system, that liked FFX-2 better. For two reasons: The first is philosophical: As a game, It doesn't take itself so seriously. The second is practical. It has a big replay value, as there are countless of unlockables, and complex strategies to achieve them, while FFX has no replay value at all. No unlockables, no extras, no nothing! You end the game, and that's pretty much everything. If you want to play it again, you simply start over from the beginning. I hate that in a game.
Not a fan of the series, but I respect it as a milestone in gaming.
I know that Final Fantasy devotees will crusify me at least, but I hate this game! Pompous, ridiculously serious, and most important, minimal gaming pleasure from playing it. I hope it's only a parenthesis in the series.
I guess it was impressive for me, as for any 10 years old child.
Same here, plus it lacks the originality of the first one. Naturally.
I just loved that red cassette of this game. I don't remember anything else from it.
It has a unique charm, but at at the same time it is kind of autistic in a way. Lost in its own special world. It doesn't exactly welcome you either. It is you that must make the first move. A totally "sui generis" RPG, and for that, very dear to me.
Unfortunately not the original PS game, but the the XBOX Live edition. I never quite understood though what's all the fuss about this title. Very stylish game alright, but out-dated, even for the time of its original release.
One of the worst PS2 games. A traumatic experience. I don't even want to remember of it.
Amazing graphics, and trully incredible lighting effects. "Rembrandt" of survival horror, one could say. Well.. ok, it's a little exaggerated comment, but you know what I mean...
Does anyone know, where can I find the 11 previous "C" games? I checked on eBay but I had no luck.
Very dear one. I had a lot of fun, untill I discovered ISS Pro Evolution of course.
I bought this footie-simulation with huge enthusiasm, but regretted it soon, after repeatedly being crushed by some ruthless online veterans. I'm talking about 9-1, 7-0, 6-1, this type of matches. When I lost only 1-0, I opened a champagne bottle!
My very first Playstation game. I was amazed.
Thousands of gaming hours into this one. Thank you Konami for this brilliant game.
This game has the worst graphics and control system I've ever seen in a video-game. Trully phenomenal!
A prehistoric Mortal Kombat title with no save system. Can you imagine it? Today it is considered as classic.
I just loved the story mode. Unrivaled!
Almost as good as #2, but different.
Good fighting action, nice animations and sexy bodies to look at. Shallow isn't always a bad thing for a game.
There's only a black spot in this game. What on earth Jendai characters have to do with the Soul Calibur universe? Some license granted for that. Yes sure, but why bother? They don't belong here.
it is insanely hard, it's frustrating, the controls are awful, your controller’s integrity is in jeopardy too, and you also face a high risk of suffering a nervous break down, and at some extremely rare cases of over-intense "A,B,A,B,A,B,A,B,A,B,A,B,A,B,A,B,A,B,A,B,A,B" alternate button hitting, a heart attack. Also it is kind of funny! One of my favourites.
It's the first very hard game of modern era that I finished! Strangely enough, I wasn't very happy from this deed. Instead, my Soul was filled with anger for all the time and effort spent in this sadistic game.
Don't you just love this fellow? Actually I appreciate this kind of lightness in a game. Also, I'm tired of reading in professional reviews that "Duke Nukem.Time to Kill" is a Tomb Raider clone. Controlling a 3-D figure from a third person view, that can shoot at enemies, and climb stairs shouldn't be the sole criterion of resemblance. If that's the case, I suggest that "Duke Nukem" can be considered as the archetype game for "Uncharted. Drake's Fortune" as well. Fair enough I think.
It looks and plays exactly the same like Capcom's Resident Evil 3, or Dino Crisis, which I find very good about this game.
I really got scared with this one.
A very good alternative for Metal Gear Solid...What am I saying? Metal Gear is unrivaled.
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