Excerpt: Eleven years ago fans of Sega’s Dreamcast console got to enjoy one of the system’s best shooters, MDK 2 . In this sequel to the original cult classic you are once again tasked with saving the world from a nefarious alien invasion.
Excerpt: Ask the designers of the original MDK at Shiny Entertainment as to what MDK stands for, and they'll likely give you a different answer every time—ranging from Massive Dollops of Ketchup to My Dog Ken.
Excerpt: come together to produce a solid, futuristic third person platform shooter which is definitely more than a mere graphically upgraded sequel. Being one of the top developers in the whole games industry, I expected nothing less from
Conclusion: MDK2 is a gorgeous looking game with top quality music, sound and graphics, however the gameplay has faults. The scientist character is just plain silly and the in-game jokes and cut-scenes are childish or completely unfunny.
Summary: Although it has no female characters (I’m only guessing here that none of the aliens are female, of course!), MDK2 is as close as it gets to sex in a box for hardcore gamers. Without drawing too many parallels between sex and MDK2, let’s just say: 1) it’s easy to learn, but hard to master; 2) it’s...
Pros: Fantastic graphics and animations, cool puzzles, great control.
Cons: So difficult to complete you’ll break down and cry (especially if you forget to put the VMU in before playing three quarters of the way through).
Excerpt: BioWare and Interplay bring you the long-awaited sequel to MDK, aptly entitled MDK 2. With a funky storyline, unique gameplay, and rather impressive visuals, MDK 2 should turn the heads of Dreamcast action fans looking for a unique and interesting challenge.