Summary: If you want to game and just win, this is perfect. The arcade version on this game is a bit rubbish for 2 player (1 player is fine) as its split screen, like it is at the ice rink/bowling alleys, but this is on the same screen so the frame is really small - hence the 4 stars That's no problem though as there are 2 more games which are ideal for 2 player ps3. They are both great if you love to mindlessly shoot things. Its infinite ammo and endless continues.
Summary: The 3 games you get are all quite good, just as side time wasters. You'll have to suspend your disbelief a bit, particularly in the pirate one where your golden 6 shooter is in fact a machine gun. Still good though, and a bargain for 3 games.. Certainly cheaper than buying a gun arcade machine.
Summary: As the title says this package really comes into it's own when you co-op with a friend or a family member, but be warned things get very, VERY confusing on screen when you play the title game- Razing Storm, and if you're anything like me you'll be left wondering where your targetting icon has gone most of the time.
Summary: I loved this in the Arcades when I was younger. It still seems crazy that I can have a bigger screen, with better controls and better graphics at home. For the price this is a great game. For those of you who loved the original it is still great fun.
Summary: The blu-ray contains three rail-games, two of which are ports of arcade games. Two of the three games (Deadstorm Pirates and TC4) seem to take longer to load than to actually complete. That being said, all three games are well worth owning and great fun. For me, the jewel in the crown is Deadstorm Pirates which, while only about half-an-hour long, is replete with hidden secrets, extras and fun.
It's a nice game, but there's a reason why they put 3 games in 1
Andre Dias, amazon.co.uk
4 May 2011
Summary: All 3 Games are mostly arcade versions (Time Crisis 4 has even poor graphics), which you play to the end in half hour or so. There are some extras, like sentry mode and fps style single player were you need 2 controls to move and point (where i had some hard time doing it). But overall, if you liked Time Crisis on the arcades, you won't be disappointed with the Move on PS3, great for multiplayer (except Time Crisis 4, where they divide the screen *blegh* ).