Excerpt: Coming off a flawed, yet enjoyable run with Rebirth , the .hack// G.U. series is back with the second entry in the latest trilogy. Much like the first series of games, .hack// G.U. vol.2// Reminisce is a direct continuation of everything featured in Rebirth , causing it to fall into the same trap that snagged the original trilogy. Although the continuation is welcome, it is the game's only major change, so any problems with the first game linger into the second.
Summary: Taking place after the original, .hack//G.U. Vol. 2: Reminisce has players returning to the fictitious Massive Multiplayer Online setting called The World to continue Haseo's journey as he and his friends look to escape from what has become a digital trap.
Summary: As the second game in the G.U. trilogy, Reminisce is content to simply fill in the gap between the first and third game in the series.
Pros: Good graphics, with a few slick, new battle animations, The wealth of out-of-game material is thoughtful and well put together
Cons: Mundane quest design and repetitive dungeons, Despite a few tweaks and additions, the battle system is still tedious and dull, frequent cutscenes are slow and painfully overwrought, Story is scattered and often incoherent
Conclusion: NBA Inside Drive 2004 has a simplistic gameplay system that really will appeal to those who just want to sit down for a simple game of basketball. The online support is a welcome addition to this version and is where I had most of my fun in the game. There are people who really can help try to make this game more of a simulation online and therefore you can really try and get the best out of it.