Summary: For being a 1st gen ps2 game ggb is not bad. Especially with its realistic game environment. It's lack of mech's to pilot (only 4 and i have 496 medals) is a serios downside. But the weapons amd equipment partly make up for it's mech lack. The ability to look and observe your enemy in the weapons system option is cool but you kind of wish you could pilot everything. Even tanks, helicopters, and that one jet fighter.
Summary: Gungriffon Blaze can be pretty fun when the action gets intense, but it's too shallow and too short for my taste. The graphics aren't bad, but they are definitely first-generation PS2 graphics. There are some options for customizing mechs, but they're pretty sparse. It can be hard to figure out exactly what the real objectives are on some of the levels. That can be frustrating. The controls aren't too bad, but they can be a little awkward.
Summary: Though many would say Armored Core IS A SUPERIOR PRODUCT one does need to play the 2 other previous gungriffon titles to appreciate it . Gun Griffon introduced you to the high-macs, which handled a little too "lightly" for a 'mech and the levels themselves were fair but hard until the last level ( too hard for normal players set on normal.
Summary: Im giving this game 2 stars and thats just because im really nice. First of all this game is horrible. You have no raidar so you cant see your enemy, the graphics are terrible, your guns suck and last of not least i would of had more fun spending my ... dollars on bubble gum then buying this game. I could go on but i wish to stop just to be nice to the people who made this game.
Summary: i gave this game 2 stars and thats just because im a nice guy. the game play is horrible, you have no radar only for a light that goes off when you get close to a bad guy, the graphics are more suitable for a nintendo 64 game, and last but not least i would of had more fun buying bubble gum for ... dollars then this game.
Summary: A sequel to the 2 Saturn games(the second was not released in the US), Gungriffon is now here in the states , courtesy of Working Designs. Most people will compare Gungriffon to Armored Core 2...while they are both "Mech" type games, the Armored Core series has always been more "sim" like than Gungriffon(which has always been more arcade like)...so of course, Armored Core has more parts to customize, etc.
Summary: The graphics are pretty good. The controls are o.k. However -The mission objectives are unclear. The mech customization is limited. The missions become difficult quickly. The background dialog is annoying. Weapon and special equipment specs are not spelled out. I quit playing after the fourth mission and I don't think I will ever pick it up again.
Summary: This game is fun to play, somewhat challenging, has a pretty good story, and is fast paced. However, in my opinion, it's not quite as good as the other mech game available for PS2, Armored Core 2. There are many different mechs and weapons to choose from in the game. I'm not exactly sure how many there are, though. Some of the mechs can fly and dash; some can only walk-very slowly. You get to choose weapons and accessories for your mech before each mission.