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: this game was the first ps2 game i ever owned. overall it is a good game with a complex story and fun levels. My only critisim is that there are too many glitches. for example- you are playing the game and all of the sudden glitch it stops.
Summary: What a great game this is. The only reason I don't give it a five is the lack of multiplayer mode, so that you could use all the aforementioned 'complex' moves you learned on somebody else. But it has a great story line, great artwork, great combat feel, and good looking heroine....
Summary: This was one of the first games I bought for my PS2. I bought it since you could fight with and without guns and you could these awesome fighting moves. The game is awesome in every way. The story is very simple and the controls are a little hard for an unexperienced gamer.
Summary: If your the type of gamer who liked the Tomb Raider series, then you might like this game. Although the controls aren't all that good, the gameplay kind of makes up for it. The storyline kinda makes te main character look more like the bad guy instead of the good guy.
Summary: Oni is such a class game, although the Graphics are a bit [plain] looking but the gameplay is awsome, the Story is class also and so is the plot. I don't usually like PC gaming i usually prefer Consoles.
Summary: I bought this and SSX at the same time and at first iI wound up playing SSX more. The enviroments are very dark, and so far rather uninteresting. Sometimes it is really hard to see where you're going. But as I've played it more and gotten used to the controls, I've begun to really enjoy it.
Summary: I knew I had to preorder Oni the second I could after reading about it and even seeing it in action at MWSF. I was disappointed when I heard there was not going to be multiplayer, but that didn't stop me from wanting it. Anyway, to the review: This game is fun.