Reviews and Problems with S.L.A.I. - Steel Lancer Arena International
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8 December 2013
Summary: This game is way underrated. No multiplayer online anymore, since PSN was shut down for PS2, but has LAN and splitscreen still. The customizations and play-style are balanced perfectly, the graphics are great for it's generation console, and the story was a nice little suspense to keep you interested. I never got rid of my old copy - the disc just degraded over time, and the one I got from this seller was superb. Looked like it was brand new.
Summary: Okay, yeah, it's limited in where you can go and what you can do. You CAN'T mix and match parts for different machines and the limited dialogue can be annoying some times, but it's a terrific easy mech fighter, and getting into the action's quick and easy.
Summary: I have play this game many times and have compared armored core with this game. For me this game is better I have had this game recommended to me and I have recommended to many others. Not once have I ever regretted getting this great game.
Summary: This is an awsome mech game for ps2 the only downfall is that once you get through the main story there are no surprises, but that aside I still play it.I wish they would have made a prequel you know when the world was in a mech war, that would have been cool. So does anyone outthere know where I can find the boston terrier chip?
Summary: My sons love this game, they have played it for hours and I don't hear them arguing with each other now that is a plus in any moms' ears. I do reccomend that the children be at least 14 years old or older due to the situations that do happen with the game.
Summary: It is a great game really masive (i said that) has lots of detailed stuff and it could confuse you at the begining, but once you get going with tips and stuff(if you want get the guide)you will experience 50 hrs of great action packed mech combat!
Summary: This Game is the PS2 sequel to the Xbox's Phantom Crash. I love both Mostly because these are seriouly involving and fun games. SLAI offers mech fighting, arcade style with vast customization possibilities... And I mean VAAAAAAST. The difficulty curve in the beginning is a bit high but as you learn a few tips-n-tricks of the game, the fun involvement really keeps you playing and thinking...
BuriKuri "everything is nothing, and nothing ..., Amazon
25 December 2005
Summary: When I first started playing this game I had few, to no idea how the story mode played. I was expecting a mech game where a player customized a fighter selecting diffrent parts, ect. Not too deep. With a friendly Online mode. Wow, was I wrong. The game itself is actually WAY bigger then I thought. Notice the 50+ hour story mode feature. They are not lying.