Summary: I've had this game for at least 5 yrs or so. I played through it at least twice and it a very fun game. I love using her suit abilities and sometimes it because very intimidating when you're fighting the bosses because you must perform the correct sequences to unleash her powers to kill them.
Summary: This games graphics were great for when it came out and while the game was a bit repetitive it was still a lot of fun to play. I spent untold hours playing this game and I still sometimes regret selling my copy.
Pros: it is quite difficult as well as fun.... even though it was a short game it was the most futuristic game of the gamecube generation it showed that the wii needs to put this game out on the shelves in a new game of the series.
Cons: well everything showed that the game had many good 3d images but it would be more fun with a classic capcom blend as well as a nintendo charm to it. The game was short but it is something you can play again and again......
Summary: Gameplay:- 10/10 A retro gamer's delight. As far as 3rd person shooters go this is not your average CoD of GOW type game. P.N.03 is all about the high-scores, combos and total points achieved. By getting better at this game, you'll become more proficient at maxing out your score. The gameplay is simple, you play as Vanessa Z. Schneider, an agent with a metallic, slinky battle suit who shoots lasers from her palm.
Summary: One of the legendary 'Capcom - Gamecube Big 5' great game, very different from normal 3rd person shooters - more of a rhythm game almost. It's all about timing and remembering the sequences. There's nothing quite like it out there and probably never will be again so pick it up now before it's too late!
Excerpt: "P.N. 03 is an Arcade based adventure game by Capcom. From the back of the box: The distant future. Planetary colonisation continues and the army has given control of its defensive weapons to a Computerised Armament Management System (CAMS). Tragedy strikes when one of the settlements is turned into a killing field after a CAMS malfunctions. In an effort to bring the situation under control of the military sends in Vanessa Z. Schneider, a freelance ...
Summary: Don't let the boxart deceive you: this isn't a Devil May Cry style action-adventure. It's not Tomb Raider. It isn't even Rez. It's Space Invaders. Firing up the game, even with the most open-minded approach, is instant dissapointment. Movement is limited and seemingly clumsy, enemies are dense automatons, and the scenery is simplistic to say the least. Still, you've spent money on it, so you persist. Room after room.