Summary: If you like car combat, this game will fill the bill. Along with multiplayer (online and split screen) the game offers a single player career mode. Racing and battle arena are included. This is a very polished game that has not been given its due. Apparently, the first Full Auto was unpolished with bad controls which has created some negativity with the second game.
Summary: Full Auto 2 is a part racing, part blowing stuff up game. This game puts you behind the wheel of a variety of souped up vehicles equipped with various weapons and offers a number of ways to play, ranging from races (with weapons, of course) to 'Gladiator' mode deathmatches. There's a story driven career mode (the story is pretty weak, however) with events that offer both primary and secondary goals and reward you with unlockable vehicles, weapons, and skins for your...
Summary: I like this game a lot; I would have given it 5 stars but you have to play the career mode to unlock more weapons and cars for Aracade and multi-player modes. To me this knocked the game value down since I bought this game for the sole purpose to play against other opponents. So instead of playing each other immediately we are now trying to complete most of career mode to unlock more cars and weapons; to me this is a waste of my time and energy.
Summary: Full Auto 2 is the sequel to Full Auto which came out on the Xbox 360 on early 2005. NOw it came out on the PS3. Before you start getting exited about this game because it sounds like a Burnout with weapons, let me tell you something. THIS GAME IS NOT LIKE BURNOUT!!!! The physics, cars, environments, and enviromods are hardly related to Burnout. When you turn this game on, your first thoughts may be: It's OK, but i wouldn't buy it.
Summary: This is not your typical racing game. This is not your typical car destruction game. In the middle of these two genres we get a game called Full Auto 2. I made this one of my first PS3 purchases. Thinking that the game would be somewhat decent since the reviews were good. I was in love with the Twisted Metal series and thought this could at least be something to keep me occupied before other new games arrove. Generally my first impressions were good.
Summary: I'd love to have a few minutes alone with the idiots who created this game. I meant to put one star, but it won't let me change it. It is awesome in a few ways, but it has so many glitches that it will drive you nuts, especially in on-line mode. At random times you will not be able to get mortarts, wrenches, etc. because the game will just stop recognizing that you are there.
Summary: Players can also expect changes in a few of the modes in Full Auto 2 from
the orginal on XBox. The selection still offers the usual lot, including arcade,
multiplayer, online and career, but each has additional content. Take career
mode, for instance. The game opens up a little so players can choose from
several missions at once. Actual objectives received little attention, so plan
on doing about the same number of things as in the original game.
Conclusion: this game is so far from 5 stars yet it isn't even 4, its just an average game, i bought this so time would pass quick before xmas but i got more than what i asked for. the graphics are reasnoble the gameplay is good with a poor storyline but is the perfect touch for the game, the online could be good if there was anyone online and the mutiplayer is amazing.
Conclusion: Full auto 2: Battlelines is one of those games that you will play for an hour, then come back to it later on for reasons you cant quite understand. It has great ideas but has problems making them work. For example, the rewind feature is excellent but is flawed. You can hit a wall and explode but when you rewind you can hit that same wall at the same speed and angle but your car doesnt sustain any damage. a bit confusing?