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#1
Been waiting for this to come down in price - heading in the right way now.

Amazon & Game £24.99



Edited By: itsisnot on Mar 12, 2011 06:49
#2
i think theres a 2 off 20 code this weekend as well so that would bring this down to £22.85
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This is easily the worst Time Crisis of all time.

Save your money.
#4
Olumite7
This is easily the worst Time Crisis of all time.

Save your money.

i only played the demo but i didnt like how you have a machine gun instead of a pistol

i bought a ps2 light gun at christmas - highly recommendable if you have an old style tv
#5
nebno6
Olumite7
This is easily the worst Time Crisis of all time.

Save your money.

i only played the demo but i didnt like how you have a machine gun instead of a pistol

i bought a ps2 light gun at christmas - highly recommendable if you have an old style tv


People still have old style TV's ? oO

What makes it a bad Time Crisis Olumite ?

A lot of reviews on Metacritic say that its good if you like that style of game, which I do, so may pick it up :)Metacritic reviews here

Edited By: Soulreape on Mar 12, 2011 12:36
#6
From what I've heard it's short.
#7
The arcade version of Time Crisis is short yes but this game includes a much longer version (Where you use the Move Navigation controller as well as a gun) which is far longer

The disc also includes the arcade version of Time Crisis 4 and Deadstorm Pirates (My favourite) so for £25 you get three arcade titles and a seperate, full blown game which uses both the Move and Navigation controllers.

Edited By: PFC Hudson on Mar 12, 2011 13:39
#8
Soulreape
nebno6
Olumite7
This is easily the worst Time Crisis of all time.

Save your money.

i only played the demo but i didnt like how you have a machine gun instead of a pistol

i bought a ps2 light gun at christmas - highly recommendable if you have an old style tv


People still have old style TV's ? oO

What makes it a bad Time Crisis Olumite ?

A lot of reviews on Metacritic say that its good if you like that style of game, which I do, so may pick it up :)Metacritic reviews here

ive got a rear projection 40" in my room and an LCD downstairs, id say try the demo before you pay
it also come with time crisis 4 and a pirate shooting game
#9
I've been thinking about getting this in order to justify my frankly regretful Move purchase. Just waiting for that wizard game now too....

Good price, heat added.
#10
"pre-designated cover points marked by glowing green arrows all around the game world. Players need to position themselves perfectly at these points, and then point the Move controller upwards to enter cover. Pointing back down will pop the hero out of cover and allow players to shoot.

This system is atrocious and extremely unreliable" IGN

Looks like some game mechanics let the game down according to IGN, which only gave it 4/10
http://uk.ps3.ign.com/articles/113/1130393p1.html

Even Gamespot that gave it a little higher score stated:

"Awful controls in FPS mode Dumb enemy AI in FPS mode Little replay value." Gamespot

Seems like a bad game.

House of the Dead: Overkill on the Wii and Dead Space Extraction on Wii and PS3 have nailed the on rails type shooters perfectly.
#11
coffeehair
I've been thinking about getting this in order to justify my frankly regretful Move purchase. Just waiting for that wizard game now too....

Good price, heat added.


I'm the same. Although, I'm sure PlayStation Move Heroes and Sorcery will justify me buying Move

I heard inFamous 2 should have Move support and Killzone and Socom 4 should be pretty good with the sharpshooter
#12
Killzone 3 with the sharpshooter(and move) is probably the best gaming experience I have ever had, (and I have played many over my 30 years of gaming) so if you are looking for a killer app, go for that.
#13
Soulreape
Killzone 3 with the sharpshooter(and move) is probably the best gaming experience I have ever had, (and I have played many over my 30 years of gaming) so if you are looking for a killer app, go for that.


Really? I wasn't too sure considering I'd have to spend an extra £30 on the Sharpshooter and £18 on the Navigation controller along with the game as well.

I tried playing the beta and demo with the Move and regular controller in my left hand but it didn't feel right. Maybe the sharphooter is what makes it good?
#14
joevictor53
Soulreape
Killzone 3 with the sharpshooter(and move) is probably the best gaming experience I have ever had, (and I have played many over my 30 years of gaming) so if you are looking for a killer app, go for that.
Really? I wasn't too sure considering I'd have to spend an extra £30 on the Sharpshooter and £18 on the Navigation controller along with the game as well.I tried playing the beta and demo with the Move and regular controller in my left hand but it didn't feel right. Maybe the sharphooter is what makes it good?

Its definitely the sharpshooter that makes it good, I think its something to do with the fact that your mind cant fully make the connection between game and you with a joypad/move controller - whereas with the sharpshooter it just felt great for me. It took me about 2 hours to get used to it through, the calibration sometimes sucks, online is very hard (although its probably me rather than the peripheral) and your wrist gets sore after a while, but those points aside combine the sharpshooter killzone 3 and a TV at least 42 inches I would say (i'm sure 3D would be even better) and I have had the most fun in a shooter than I think I have ever had !

Personal opinion of course, and maybe wait a month or 2 as the single player is quite short, but I would recommend to anyone. Going to buy MAG and RE5 gold edition next, Dead Space Extraction is great on it also :) (plus the new socom supports it which should be good - might take a bit of practice though)
#15
I have Killzone 3 already, and have been playing it with the nav/wand combo. Its really great, but I'm sure it sometimes forgets my calbiration and the cursor just randomly speeds up while pointing.

Its really fun, and half justifies my purchase.. I just need more of a library :P I forgot about Dead Space though, and missed out on that on the Wii.. so I might just give it a bash.

Soulreape
joevictor53
Soulreape
Killzone 3 with the sharpshooter(and move) is probably the best gaming experience I have ever had, (and I have played many over my 30 years of gaming) so if you are looking for a killer app, go for that.
Really? I wasn't too sure considering I'd have to spend an extra £30 on the Sharpshooter and £18 on the Navigation controller along with the game as well.I tried playing the beta and demo with the Move and regular controller in my left hand but it didn't feel right. Maybe the sharphooter is what makes it good?


Its definitely the sharpshooter that makes it good, I think its something to do with the fact that your mind cant fully make the connection between game and you with a joypad/move controller - whereas with the sharpshooter it just felt great for me. It took me about 2 hours to get used to it through, the calibration sometimes sucks, online is very hard (although its probably me rather than the peripheral) and your wrist gets sore after a while, but those points aside combine the sharpshooter killzone 3 and a TV at least 42 inches I would say (i'm sure 3D would be even better) and I have had the most fun in a shooter than I think I have ever had !

Personal opinion of course, and maybe wait a month or 2 as the single player is quite short, but I would recommend to anyone. Going to buy MAG and RE5 gold edition next, Dead Space Extraction is great on it also :) (plus the new socom supports it which should be good - might take a bit of practice though)

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