Summary: Man I bought this thinking it would be a good game for my collection. I thought I would be shooting people not monsters! It kind of scared me. Only the flies because they are hard to kill and annoying. Pretty much that whole bug shooting level was terrifying. Other than that it was a good game.
Slightly better than the last game, but not by much
Richard Baker "BinaryMessiah", Amazon
29 March 2012
Summary: The Good: Top notch production values, infrastructure, better control scheme, everything is updated from the first The Bad: Everything else is pretty bad and bland, including the level design, weapon design, and AI, infrastructure is a bore, stupid story, Konami please just give up on this...
Summary: I was not sure when I bought this game. Since it didn't had many reviews as the other popular games I took my chances and bought the game. It turn out to be one of the best games I played on psp. The campaign was fun.
Summary: I think that this game really has a cool story line and it is kind of similar to the way that you would play call of duty and that is really why i picked up the game. i would really recommend this game to anyone with a psp.
A first person shooter on the PSP. Can it be done?
Jarod Hunter, Amazon
26 July 2010
Summary: Well I bought this game a little while ago and what did I think well.... It was pretty good. This game shows that a first person shooter can exist on the PSP and it works pretty damn well. Now granted I have not played the first one but this one has little to nothing to do with the first one.
Summary: Well I played the first Coded Arms and honestly I think it was better. The different regions of the maps you could visit was very interesting and i thought the random level generation was great. However back to this game.
Summary: The 1st Coded Arms was merely meh. For Contagion, new developer Creat Studio definately improved on it, but its still not as good as they hoped it would be. I know that FPS's are very difficult to pull off on the psp because of the limited control scheme but in that aspect I think Creat Studio did...