Summary: Probably the greatest game ever made, for many reasons. The voice actors sound like they just did a bunch of sound bytes for individual words, then the editors pieced them together to form sentences. Emphasis is constantly placed on the wrong words, making the whole thing sound like it was voiced by foreign exchange students from Rwanda.
Summary: An under-appreciated game. The voice acting is cheesy, but the storyline and gameplay are pretty well thought out. A fast, fun game, whether you're playing with a GunCon 2, the older GunCon (what I use), or even a controller.
Summary: Sega no longer making consoles? Sega developing games for other companies? If you'd have told me this last year, I'd have said you were crazy. Well, it would seem I'm not crazy, as Sega is busy cranking out titles for just about everybody. Now, Sega has teamed with longtime arcade rival Namco to bring us one of the first PlayStation 2 light-gun shooting games, based on a little-seen arcade title.
Excerpt: In this day and age of controller based games, we hardly ever see light gun games that are fully focused towards that genre of users. For those of you that do not understand what I mean by light gun, I am talking about the arcade games with the guns that are fast disappearing off the face of the earth . So it is great to see Namco and Sega team up here to create one of the best ever games in this genre and it is a real treat.