Excerpt: And $15 worth of gaming is what you’re getting. “Catch the killer,” begs the ugly packaging’s back cover, as 31 females have had their voluptuous insides removed. As one of six playable characters (some law enforcement officials, some with personal vendettas, some simply “??????”), people can blast through four stages packed with giant, malicious teddy bears and huge freakin’ dragons. Yes, this game is very Japanese.
Excerpt: Ultimately just another manic shooter. I could end the review there, but I’m expected to say more. And I will; just realize that you’ve already read the most significant truth about this game already. When I stumbled across this fairly old PS2 game, the cover struck me, made an instant impression on me. The impression was not good. There are three females, clad scantily in black pleather, guns blazing. The characters are hand drawn, and not particularly well at that.
Excerpt: Looking at the cover of Mobile Light Force 2 for the PlayStation 2, you are bound to make a number of assumptions. The first might be that the game is some manner of 3D action game, where you assume the role of one of the three girls depicted on the cover and fight off a horde of evil robots with weapons such as shotguns, pistols, and assault rifles. Another might be that you are looking at the sequel to Mobile Light Force, which you may just not have heard of before.