Reviews and Problems with Full Auto 2: Battlelines
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It's OK for the Price
12 February 2012
Summary: This was the first game I bought for my PS3, so naturally I was a lot more impressed with it when I first experienced it. It has a ridiculous and extremely uninteresting campaign mode that you must go through in order to unlock all the vehicles, weapons, tracks, and arenas. Doing the bare minimum is not that difficult, but if you want all of the vehicles and unlocks you'll probably end up redoing levels multiple times. This get's old.
Summary: I got this item as a Christmas gift for my Godsons, so I havent actually played the game, I really hope it works, however, I do not like the pack it came in; plain black case, but again, you get what you pay for, so as long as it works, thats fine by me!!
Summary: At the beginning the initial cars dont help nothing and are almost useless, and unlocking new ones its a difficult task cause you'll have to spend hours and hours. There is a cheat option menu where you can input several ones, buuuut, just two of them seems to work.
Summary: I have only played a few hours of Full Auto 2 and it seems like a good game. I am probably slightly biased considering i love racing games and racing-actions games like twisted metal. But i would say this game is worth getting if you can find it on ebay for about $20. The campaign is a little dry because there are only two mission types, either you are racing or you are battling, but there are side missions for both that vary the gameplay some.
Summary: Started a campaign and immediately got introduced to driving, outfitting my car and completing objectives. The only bad thing is that you have to have a high dexterity to actually pull off all the controls in this game. One finger to accelerate/break; one to steer; two to fire; one to aim; one to speed boost. And for anyone that is counting, that is only 6 fingers, but you have to use them all at the same time (not an easy task for the normal 2 thumb method of gaming).
Summary: I was tempted to both rate this game higher - and lower. Graphically and presentational, this game is a blast. Cars are cool - with backgrounds elements you can destroy, all with 7.0 surround sound! How cool is that? Unfortunately as you play this game for any amount of time - not very. Even in the opening missions you are out-classed and out-gunned by the AI enemy.
Summary: This game could have been a lot better. Racing games where you shoot each other isn't exactly a new idea. Basically this is a boring single player game. You play single player to figure out the abilities of the game and to unlock other cars for multiplayer. Only one problem. Multiplayer online is horrible. This was a rushed launch title. It would be best to forget that it ever came out in the first place.
Summary: This is a racing game with a Twisted Metal feel to you. I like the graphics, with good feeling of speed. The game is HARD, and will take some decent time investments to get at it. This is another retail, after playing this game for just an hour or so, you'll want to return this to the store and put Ridge Racing back in your PS3.
Summary: I have put about 3 hours into this game including offline and online play. Online play is fun especially gladiator and Cat & Mouse. Destructible environments make the title more "believable." If this game were completely online, this game would be 4-5 stars. The offline career mode is the only way to unlock the entire set of weapons and vehicles. There are several cheat codes to help you on your way. 5FINGERDISCOUNT and 10E6CUSTOMER are among them.