Excerpt: I was a child of the ‘80s. Raised on He-Man, G.I. Joe, and Contra, it should come as no surprise to find that my heroes of the silver-screen included the likes of Arnold Schwarzenegger, Sylvester Stallone, and Kurt Russell. Through my naïve eyes, they were the epitome of real men.
Excerpt: Despite the fact that Time Crisis 2 is a port of an aging arcade game, it definitely looks very sharp on the PS2. The environments are detailed, if not particularly colourful, and the enemy and character models are well-detailed.
Excerpt: If any of you only knew how high my appreciation for Time Crisis is. Time Crisis was, and still is, one of my favorite Playstation games ever. I remember my first actual experience with a light-gun was with Lethal Enforcers (anybody remember that game?).
Excerpt: After being disappointed with Silent Scope 1 and 2, I patiently have waited for a gun game to satisfy my shooting urges on the PS2. Since I am not a murdering criminal, I figured it would be best to wait for a realistic and fun shooter to make its way on the PS2 instead of practicing in real life.
Conclusion: Ultimately, Time Crisis 2 is a reasonably-priced fast-paced lightgun game that pits your accuracy with a pistol and the speed of your reactions against the clock. I bought it for a perfectly acceptable £49.99, including the GunCon 2, which commands respect.
Excerpt: Le plus important n'est pas d'être précis mais rapide. Comme dans la borne d'arcade vous devez shooter tout ce qui apparaît à l'écran ! Vous n'avez pas une minute à perdre. Votre mission est de venir en aide à une collègue appartenant aux services secrets qui a été capturée par des...