Reviews and Problems with Silent Scope 2: Dark Silhouette
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Silent Scope 2: Dark Silhouette
20 January 2002
Excerpt: The Silent Scope series has proved itself to be one of the most popular arcade games in the country, but can an in home translation do as well? Konami hopes so, but without the rifle/scope peripheral it could end up being a shot in the dark. Graphically, Silent Scope 2 is almost a carbon copy of the arcade version. While the arcade version seemed amazing compared to other cabinet games of it's time, I expect more from the PS2.
Excerpt: I admit it. Last year when I reviewed Silent Scope, I went extremely easy on it by awarding it a 6.7. Sure it's not exactly an "award," but still a 6.7 was 'too' high of a grade for a game as lackluster as Silent Scope. I played the arcade game once, maybe twice, and found it to be a great title, and when I heard Konami would be axing the scope support from the game, I instantly imagined myself playing Silent Scope in the arcades with a fighter joystick and 3 buttons.