Summary: Any classic game collector should have an old school CRT television and hopefully a PS2. Combining the CRT and and the Guncon2 provides you with an extremely accurate and responsive traditional arcade light gun experience that is hard to replicate with motion detecting controls like on the Wii.
Joseph Ghelarducci "Ayatolah of RocknRolla", Amazon
23 December 2009
Summary: So as a fan of the TC series for awhile, i picked up this lil gem for about 10 bucks. was not disapointed. graphics are dated, but it gives you a fix of light gun action that the series is known for. if you have two light guns, dual gun mode is included and this game is a must. replay value is about average, how bored you get of the mmain story is your own cup of tea, but there is added minigames and so on. I reccomend this as a good buy for all ages.
Summary: This is absolutely among the best games I've ever played in my life. It's about you as a hero with all sorts of firearms(hanguns, machine guns, grenades and shotguns) who is trying to protect the city from gangsters/criminals as well as save a young woman they have taken as hostage. Here are the pros and cons of this piece of gold art. Oh, and I didn't play this game itself, but the arcade version that is just as fun.
Summary: Time Crisis II RULZ!!!!!! I remember playing this classic in the arcade with my friend years ago. Then, today when I was at a Slackers with 55 bucks in my pocket saw this for about 50 bucks and thought, "What the Hell. I'll buy this." Well, it was a great purchase as I played it for about 3 hours. This game is just a great classic. I'm so glad that the geniuses at Namco made this gun controller to go along with the game as it makes gameplay more exciting and easier.
Summary: okay, now time crisis is known for being an extremely fun light-gun shooting game, and it provides maximum enjoyment, maximun replay value, and even bonus games. most of the bonus games are arcade games, such as "agent training", and in my opinion, all of the bonus games are pretty lame, but the crisis missions are very fun and sort of challenging, (if your pretty experienced, then you can go through about 20 of the missions the first time without screwing up)as the...
Summary: If you've got a PS2, Gun con and a big new TV and you like shooting games then you can't say no to this, Time Crises 2 is still enjoyable on any size TV. I must of spent like £100 in the arcades on this so if your new to the series get it on PS2 because the graphics are improved and there is a challenge mode that is harder than Arcade mode such as having to take out a guy in a moving train with 1 bullet and you get to meet Richard Miller from the original Time crises.