Summary: The spiritual successor to the Ghosts and Goblins returns in this sequel that unfortunately does away with the difficulty of the first. A solid title that loses some of the edge of its predecessor with the more forgiving difficulty.
Summary: This game was requested by my son who is 10 yrs old. He has many other types of games and tried the demo. He reads and activates other sections that comes included with the game. Thru the demo he was able to play and he was interested in completing this game. He searched here for details on the characters and what's involved or expected to win or end the game. We talked and then I ordered. He anticipated the arrival. It was delivered when stated, then it was game on.
Summary: Maximo Vs The Army of Zin is a great action packed Platformer by the great minds of Capcom. This game is very underrated and sadly it is ignored by many PS2 fans and owners(just look at the amount of reviews this game has on here). This is infact the sequal to Maximo: Ghost to Glory. Now the question is that is this game better then Maximo 1? YES. Maximo Vs Army of Zin is one those rare games when it does better then its predesssor.
Classic Gameplay doesn't slow Maximo down one bit!
S. Rhodes, Amazon
23 July 2004
Summary: Maximo vs. Army of Zin is a grand experience. Quite simply, this game has everything. Great gameplay, exciting levels and an old skool feel to it that some will most definitely appreciate. Capcom has a way of making a sequel that far surpasses the original. This isn't ture in Maximo. While capcom added to it they didn't try so hard to outdo Maximo: Ghost to Glory. This is a good thing for those who loved the original.
Summary: Like its predicessor, Army of Zin is one of the most difficult and frustrating games you'll ever love. There were times when I found myself literally screaming at the screen because I wanted to throw my controller through it and hit the monsters on the other side. Capcom really tries (and succeeds) to put the odds against Maximo the majority of the time. There are a few scenes when I wondered how I was able to make it out alive.
Summary: This game is better than expected. You can easily cruise through the game just hacking and slashing enemies, but the challenge is to get all the rewards and hidden treasures. Bosses are huge. As with many games you empty their energy bar and it fills back again, but with different kind of attacks. It is a combination of action, adventure and platformer, but basically is the first one.
Summary: Maximo Vs. The Army Of Zin is Capcom's sequel to last year's Maximo: Ghost To Glory, whose character design and atmosphere is loosely based on the old Ghosts And Ghouls arcade games. Army Of Zin refines every postive aspect of the first game and eliminates all the annoying quirks fans could possibly complain about in a platformer.
Summary: Maximo vs aoz is an awsome flat out action game to play. This one basicly takes place were the second one left off. When I first heard about maximo vs aoz it was in around 2002. I couldnt wait till it came out! And I wasnt dissapointed this game rocks. The graphics are very good. Top notch. Gameplay is awsome. To a warning to anyone who gets frustraited easily on video games and makes them want to throw it out the window...THIS GAME IS NOT FOR YOU!!
Summary: It's been eight months since the orignal game, and Maximo was looking for his loved one, Sophia. His search was halted, however, when an army of mechanical monsters are wreaking havoc on villages, so what must one man to do with this situation? Takin' 'em down in a clash-of-the-titans brawl, as Maximo and his trademark boxers comes back in another quest in this sequel, MAXIMO vs. ARMY OF ZIN.