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PlayStation 2 Game Reviews

Updated: Jun 17, 2018 00:34
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#201
alaScore 89

Sega Mega Drive Collection [European] (PS2)

With the possible exception of Nintendo and perhaps Capcom, few videogames companies have a retro back-catalogue which could begin to rival that of Sega. It's no surprise then that the Sega Mega Drive Collection is so bursting with quality that anyone...

17 expert reviews | 2 user reviews

#202
alaScore 89

Spider-Man 2: The Movie Game (PS2)

Easily the best superhero title made, the GTA-influenced Spider-Man 2 truly captures the speed and acrobatic maneuverability of Spidey. The expansive city is truly an accomplishment, and the animation for Peter is quite incredible. However, the limited...

38 expert reviews | 181 user reviews

#203
alaScore 89

NFL Street 2 (PS2)

While football fans will have quite some time to wait for the next season and the next installment of Madden, NFL Street should be able to provide them with a healthy fix to last them through the winter months until training camp. With a strong dose of...

20 expert reviews | 18 user reviews

#204
alaScore 89

Madden NFL 10 (PS2)

Even so, there aren’t a lot of equations that end with a “Yes” when the question is “Should I pick up Madden 10 for the PS2?” Since it's plain to see that EA continues to Move Forward on the next-generation front at the expense of the last one, you...

6 expert reviews

#205
alaScore 89

SingStar 80's (PS2)

Karaoke. Perhaps the single most effective means of enjoying whilst simultaneously humiliating yourself in public. It's one of those pastimes which, although mildly enjoyable on your own, is exponentially more pleasurable with one or more friends, much...

27 expert reviews | 84 user reviews

#206
alaScore 89

The Godfather (PS2)

Honestly, though, the camera is the root of my problems with the game. Everything else adds up to a fun ride and a nice homage to the film. It isn't perfect, but it is an enjoyable game, and it even pushes the sandbox genre forward a bit by moving the...

20 expert reviews | 171 user reviews

#207
alaScore 89

Ultimate Spider-Man (PS2)

This month has seen a glut of superhero games flood the market. Some good (X-men Legends 2, The Incredible Hulk: Ultimate Destruction), others not so good (Marvel Nemesis). Never one...

23 expert reviews | 28 user reviews

#208
alaScore 89

DJ Hero - PS2

Instead of going for score attack and paying attention to the notes in a Gorillaz mash up we found we were following the flow instead and pushing with the song. While we were not always on time we were moving on our way up from three stars to four...

7 expert reviews | 2 user reviews

#209
alaScore 89

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2 Battle Nexus (PS2)

Even with the added multiplayer modes and extended storyline, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2: Battle Nexus is a step down from the original thanks to a shoddy attempt at stealth gameplay.

47 expert reviews | 327 user reviews

#210
alaScore 89

Cold Winter- PS2

If you can get over all of that, which isn't easy, you might enjoy Cold Winter. I've been following it because of the story for its singleplayer mode, which was written by Warren Ellis, but it's got a few other things going for it.

36 expert reviews | 43 user reviews

#211
alaScore 89

Wild Arms 3 (PS2)

Wild ARMs 5 takes the series back to its roots in many ways, but also retains some of the best innovations from later titles in the series. While it still has a few problems that prevent it from being a top-tier RPG on the PS2, it's definitely a...

29 expert reviews | 11 user reviews

#212
alaScore 89

Ar Tonelico: Melody of Elemia (PS2)

What if I told you that I'm playing a game in which you played as a whinny little bitch of a hero who has to save the world, fall in...

26 expert reviews | 8 user reviews

#213
alaScore 89

ATV Offroad Fury 4 (PS2)

However, ATV2 does provide one thing: a solid offroad experience. With an improved graphical presentation, solid controls and good soundtrack, ATV Offroad Fury 2 is a worthy successor to the ATV crown. While its online feature could've been better, the...

15 expert reviews

#214
alaScore 89

Need for Speed: Carbon (PS2)

All the next gen racing games I’ve been playing have finally gotten to me. Project Gotham Racing 3, Need for Speed: Most Wanted, Riiiiiige Racer, and Test Drive Unlimited apparently drove their way into my brain and set the parking brake because a few...

28 expert reviews | 281 user reviews

#215
alaScore 89

Phantom Brave- PS2

Atlas USA's Phantom Brave centers around a young girl, Marona who sees spirits. Is this game worth your time, or will the spirits fail to haunt your video-game playing desires?

23 expert reviews | 11 user reviews

#216
alaScore 89

Pro Evolution Soccer 2008- PS2

Still refusing to hang up its boots

15 expert reviews | 205 user reviews

#217
alaScore 89

WWE SmackDown vs. RAW 2007 (PS2)

The interferences can also cause trouble, as key players become distracted, but it wasn’t enough to make a match unplayable. You also have the chance to create your own storylines, which isn’t much different than previously albeit a few new additions....

17 expert reviews | 41 user reviews

#218
alaScore 89

MLB 2005 (PS2)

Overall though, MLB 2005 is much better than last year's title by leaps and bounds, and comes closer than ever to presenting a challenge to EA and other baseball titles. In fact, it's plausible that next year portends 989's title to give MVP baseball a...

14 expert reviews

#219
alaScore 89

Forbidden Siren (PS2)

Siren, then, is a mixed bag, pairing a genuinely frightening horror experience with gameplay that's somewhat hit or miss. The ability to choose your missions, some more leeway with how you can deal with the shibito, and a less-deliberately-confusing...

32 expert reviews | 41 user reviews

#220
alaScore 89

Winning Eleven: Pro Evolution Soccer 2007 (PS2)

If you liked "Winning Eleven 9", this is a no brainer. However, if you prefer more realistic soccer with official licenses, stick to the "FIFA" series. Either way, any soccer fan may want to check this out as a rental at least.

22 expert reviews

#221
alaScore 89

Enthusia Professional Racing (PS2)

Considering the two titles that arrived just before Enthusia, the game seems to have been stuck between a rock and a hard place. Thanks to GT4 and Forza, the expectations on a driving game were elevated to a point at which Enthusia finds a lot of...

35 expert reviews | 67 user reviews

#222
alaScore 89

Pro Evolution Soccer 2009 (PS2)

So what's new? Well, for the first time you have a full, seperate mode for the UEFA Champions League, complete with that mad choir music they play during the breaks. You know the stuff we mean. You take one of a range of teams through the 32 man...

12 expert reviews | 16 user reviews

#223
alaScore 89

The Great Escape (PS2)

Overall, The Great Escape will be most enjoyed by fans of the movie. Players who like a good stealth game should consider leaving this title on the shelves and looking elsewhere. There are definitely far better examples of games in this genre.

2 expert reviews | 19 user reviews

#224
alaScore 89

Gauntlet: Seven Sorrows (PS2)

Although it's a good idea to revisit the older Gauntlet franchise, this isn't exactly the way to do it. The plot is inconsequential, the characters are less than one dimensional and the game is radically overbalanced, amongst other issues. If you're...

51 expert reviews | 182 user reviews

#225
alaScore 89

Savage Skies (PS2)

Every level has 3 or more objectives but you only need to fulfill the main one to progress. It is unlikely that you will go back to previous levels to take care of the second and third objectives but if you did, it would prolong the length of the game...

4 expert reviews

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