Excerpt: The PlayStation 2 is a pretty system. What I mean by that is that the graphics can look good. The PS2 is capable of extremely good simulations of real things (football games, Gran Turismo, etc.). It's also capable of making extremely realistic depictions of completely fictitious things. For instance, futuristic high-speed, high-stakes motorcycle combat/racing at speeds above 750 mph.
Excerpt: I've struggled for a while to figure out how to start this review. Maybe I'm still in shock from seeing what a difference a system leap can do to a series. Maybe I'm still stunned that the game is not only a great entry into the genre, but until we see what WipEout Fusion can offer, it's the best futuristic racing game available on the PS2. See, in the beginning, there was Extreme-G on the N64.