Summary: At first the game would not load and would display a cd read error, trying it a few times it will load but take some time to initially start reading. Once the game starts it does run pretty smoothly though.
Summary: Oni seemingly had everything a game needed: a cool heroine, easy to grasp controls, fast, original action, futuristic backgrounds. It lacked, however, a crucial element: a quicksave! But let’s start from the beginning.
Summary: Literally just my copy in the mail. In the past (not from this seller) I've bought copies that have taken centuries to actually boot up, but this copy is booting up on the first try with no problems. Just got to the fourth level and haven't had as much as a bit of lag. Shipping was super fast, too.
Summary: Little to no scratches. Controls for the game are "iffy," and difficulty is hard even on easy, but overall the story and gameplay is fantastic. A great start for Bungie's first game, now for the PS2.
Oni suffers from boring level design and cumbersome controls
Richard Baker, Amazon
13 September 2012
Summary: The Good: Nice anime cut scenes, lots of levels, smooth combat animations The Bad: Clumsy and cumbersome controls, boring levels, lame objectives, no mid-level save, unfair checkpoint placement, flat ugly textures Oni was a very hyped anime style game back in the day.
Summary: An excellent game with exciting combat, nice music, and a great plot. I did find the controls odd at first, but I got used to it once I chose a different configuration. I highly recommend this game.