Summary: This game was highly anticipated and the fact that it has not lived up to its initial expectations (hey, this is a SQUARE game - Final Fantasy!!!) has probably caused it to be bashed unfairly. If you were a fan of final fight or double dragon, this game might be right up your alley.
Summary: this game is ok. well first of all, there is no gameplay except for the fight scenes which are all pretty easy (Dauragon 4 is the only character who puts up a fight). Square promised a lot with this game like being able to interact with the environment, but i've never been able to, oh say, pick up a...
Summary: This is definitly the most stunning video game I have ever played. The graphics are like no other. It is exactly what makes Nintendo and Microsoft shiver. Each company has it's high point. Capcom is high on one factor while Squaresoft is high on another.
Summary: When I first picked up a copy of Bouncer I was astounded by its graphics. Unlike most games that I have played for any system, save wing commander, the games are designed around an intensive combination of button mashing and timing. The Bouncer on the other hand relies on plot and superb graphics.
Summary: This is a weird game. I bought it even though i heard it really wasn't worth buying, and i am still on the fence with that in my own head. The graphics are just amazing, but its squaresoft so that is expected. It's definitely the best graphics yet on the PS2, that i have seen.
Summary: I bought the game on friday, messed around with a little, liked it. Saturday I sat down to play it and I ended up not only beating it but completing the whole game (Unlocking all of the secrets). The game doesn't meet up to all of the hype.
Summary: The game's graphics are simply breathtaking, the best I have ever seen but Squaresoft forgot about the rest of the game. Sure the graphics are great to look at but its only a fighting game and I was expected a whole lot more.
Excerpt: The Bouncer is a rather strange outing from Squaresoft that can't really be recommended, because it can be beaten in the time it takes to drink a cup of coffee, but it is a fun enough experiment that's worth giving a quick whirl if a mate of yours has it.
Excerpt: Everything old is new again. A few hardware generations ago on older machines, there were a string of titles which were really nothing but a lot of low-quality full-motion video (FMV) packaged to fool people into thinking they were actual games.