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Mobile Light Force 2 (PS2)

Mobile Light Force 2 (PS2)
alaScore 73

3 reviews

May, 2017

We have collected and analyzed 3 expert reviews from international sources. Experts rate this product 66/100. The average review date is May 8, 2003. We have compared these reviews to 140301 reviews from other PlayStation 2 Games (PS2). The alaScore™ for this product is 73/100 = Good. Last update: May 30, 2017.

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(Based on 3 reviews)

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Expert review by: Zach Meston (

Mobile Light Force 2


A rare example of the vertical shooter receives a budget release and a feeble localization.

Genre-expanding gameplay; nice two-player mode; broad character/weapon selection

Criminally bad localization; features cut; so-so audio/visuals

May, 2003

Expert review by: "Jnk2k2" (

Mobile Light Force 2


Burgeoning developer XS Games has been releasing shooters over the last few months on PSX and PS2 to almost no success (which sucks, but whataya gonna do?). Along with the PSX port of Sol Divide are ports of the original Gunbird (yay!) and this game,...

In the course of it's five levels, which are each separated into three sub-levels, MLF 2 provides the player with an excellent gameplay experience that tests their reflexes quite well. Although it cannot be compared to more hardcore shooters like Zero...

May, 2003

Expert review by: Christian Kontul (

Mobile Light Force 2


Remember Alfa System? If not, don?t fret. Relatively unknown, this studio previously worked on the ?cool on paper, ass while playing? Project: Horned Owl and the unbelievably artistic Elemental Gearbolt. Both light-gun games, Alfa System?s former...

Mobile Light Force 2 is a tough one to classify. With the shooter genre declining, it?s exciting every time a company drops something new. The thing is, XS is bringing this one over as titles like Gekioh: Shooting King and Mobile Light Force...

May, 2003