Summary: MDK2 is a classic, no doubt about it. The first MDK, which was developed by Shiny (many of whom went on to form Planet Moon Studios, known for their work on Giants: Citizen Kabuto, Armed & Dangerous, and Infected), however the sequel, MDK2, was developed by Bioware. Bioware did a great job keeping the Shiny spirit alive with MDK2, because they were known for injecting some humor into their games, and MDK2 delivers on that front.
Summary: I remember I first played this game on the sega dreamcast back when it was in style and all new and everything, so I figured why not buy it for the PS2?. I was not dissapointed this game is exactly the same as the sega dreamcast version I reccomend any one who loves action role playing games to buy this one and it was pretty cheap too I highly reccomend it.
Summary: This is an excellent game. I originally played the first MDK on a Macintosh computer, and the gameplay was phenomenal. An extremely challenging game, MDK 2: Armageddon places you in even more gorgeous abstract worlds armed with crazy weapons and a mechanical dog. Weird stuff? Yes. Worth playing? You'd better believe it! Go buy this game now. You have no excuse not to play this game, since the price is within everyone's range.
Summary: I bought this game off the bargain shelf last week and I am pretty disappointed in it. Although the reviews mention the game's humor it was not apparant after the game began and for the few hours I played through it. I did not think the graphics were good even for a 1st generation PS2 game. The camera is pretty bad and induces motion sickness. Objectives in the game are not readily apparant. A lot of the game seems to involve switching to a sniper-scope targeting system.
Summary: ... Now, with MDK2, I can still say that it's the coolest game ever. Kurt is once again called to save the world 2 minutes after the 1st 1nvasion. Tis time, it's Shwing Shwang who wants to domnate the earth. So, 3 charcters must stop this. Kurt Hectic, the hero from the 1st MDK, Max, a robtic 4-armed dog with a love of guns, and Dr. Fluke Hawkins, just some weird scientist. The graphics are great and very detailed. The parachute is the most reconizble thing from MDK.
Summary: If you like video games you'll love this game it has everything! its hilarious. extremly adicting. And its a fun challenge. its break from all those other old hash games. you get to play through the game as three different players each with their own kick butt way of blowing away the badies and story lines. (wich coinside with eachother) this game had me so attached to it that i played it 8 hours straight.
Summary: I was gonna buy this game..but good thing I rented it first. I'm glad I didn't buy it. Not because it's a bad game.. First of all, you expect 60fps gameplay. But you get 30fps. Second, this game has a cartoony feel to it. Sometimes you will think this game was designed for 5 year olds. The controls are a little confusing too. Then again, I am not a big fan of adventure games. I prefer First person shooters or racing games. Good game overall.
Summary: I bought this game from software etc., which they retailer claimed to be junk. He recommended that I purchase Z.O.E. I was bumbed when he mentioned that to me, but I bought the game anyway. The game ended up to be great, and I'm having lots of fun playing it. The controls are smooth and the graphics are mean! Great overall game.
Excerpt: I am a big fan of MDK and MKD2 so the natural next step was to get MDK Armageddon, right? wel yeah if it were any different from MDK2. It has exactly the same starting credits, FMV's game intro's characters and loading screens. The main characters, the weapons, the plot and the controls are all the same, with only minimal changes to the enemies (a small flap on their heads) You have to go through 5 mins of gameplay before you notice any difference from MDK2, and even...