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Sniper Elite V2 (PS3)

Sniper Elite V2 (PS3)
alaScore 85

16 reviews

Apr, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 16 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers are impressed by the gameplay. The single player gameplay is also appreciated, but the action and AI get less positive views.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation 3 Games (PS3) the Sniper Elite V2- PS3 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 85/100 = Very good quality.

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Sniper Elite V2 Review

 

Perched atop the bombed out husk of a building, I scan the razor wire…

V2's gratuitous X-Ray kill-cam adds a macabre elegance to every perfectly-timed shot you make that gives your careful handiwork an appealing artistic flair. While the ground combat and close-up encounters aren't as tight as you'd expect from a common...

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Sniper Elite V2 Preview

 

Hey, remember when there were World War II shooters everywhere? Things have progressed in the industry, but developer Rebellion believes the setting remains intriguing to many and besides, Sniper Elite V2 isn't an FPS. It's a third-person shooter that...

Sniper Elite V2 should be ready to go in the US on May 1.

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Sniper Elite V2 Review

 

Sniping Nazis is fun again thanks to Rebellion's latest effort. Find out why in our full review.

X-ray kill cam ; Co-op modes are fun ; Solid campaign ; Customizable difficulties

Little on the short side ; Stealth not required ; Bombardment at the end of co-op games

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Sniper Elite V2 - PS3

 

In a time when 99% of shooter games our modern combat it is nice to remember the good old days of World War II shooters. It has been a long time since medal of honor and call of duty did this era of shooters which is disappointing to see. This is a...

Very realistic and a great way to do World War II shooters

not to many options for mulitplayer

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Sniper Elite V2 review: Its got guts - but fails as a shooter

 

Turns out there's only so many times you can watch a man's skull get cracked open by a sniper bullet in lavish slow-motion. Only so many times you'll tolerate Sniper Elite V2's glorification of pinpoint murder. Only so many times you can observe the...

Exact anatomical destruction makes for fun beginnings ; Great setting, compelling premise

Becomes samey - quickly ; Dumb AI shatters illusion ; Levels too linear

The truly patient may find satisfaction in meticulous planning, but it's too easy for those plans to go wrong. When they do, this is just a simplistic shooter

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Sniper Elite V2

 

Sniper Elite V2's heart is in the right place, but its legs have been shattered by the bullet of bloated game design.

Often tense and engaging ; Fantastic sniping mechanics

Cries out for more stealthy opportunities ; Action-centric sections are below par

Ultimately, Sniper Elite V2 shoots itself gruesomely in the foot by frequently diverting you away from its best bits. On the 360 it's also a visually inconsistent game: grand views of city squares impress, but you'll be battling blocky geometry and...

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Sniper Elite V2 Review

 

Will this latest Sniper game prove to be a real blast?

I will be honest and say that I did not approach "Sniper Elite V2" with particularly high expectations yet what I got was a rather enjoyable game which may be far from perfect yet has enough enjoyable gameplay moments to be considered a game worthy of...

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