Summary: But the packaging was cheap and didn't seem like from the factory. The game is very fun though. Have it on pc too. But the problem was that I though ps3 could play ps2 games. And finding out the hard way, my model on playstation does not. But I have been playing this on pc and I love the story line. My favorite thing about this game though is the dialogue and the split-screen multiplayer!
Summary: This game has a great plot, with reversed major historical events and multi-player is great with 4 controllers and at least a 32" LCD/LED/Plasma etc etc (Plasma T.V. Owners Note: don't leave any static image on a Plasma type T.V., as it may burn into the screen with sometimes permanent damage and ghosted images).
Summary: I'm not sure this game holds up too well anymore. Maybe part of my problem was playing it out after lots of Mass Effect 3, thus having expectations about companions' behavior as well as crisp gun control. Graphics are very nice and atmospheric, those hold up quite well after 9 years, technological advances aside. I did ultimately enjoy the level design, back-and-forth maps, and fun comic booky story, despite its forceful cheesiness.
Summary: A lot of times, when I get a new system, I will go on for a while picking up different games and playing through them and figuring out what I think about them, but many of them I will often wind up trading toward other games as I go along. However, later on, I will often go back and recollect the ones I most enjoyed. I just recently recollected this one for my Ps2 collection, having been one of my favorites on Ps2.