Crackdown 2 for xBox 360 £2.99 delivered @ eBay/Argos
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Crackdown 2 for xBox 360 £2.99 delivered @ eBay/Argos

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Found 12th Aug
Old game .... For an old console .... Seems to have decent reviews

Not sure if game is any good...... Might be useful to some (?)

  • The game lets you be judge, jury, and executioner for a huge, fully explorable city
  • Takes multiplayer gaming to unprecedented levels
  • Ultimate co-op and competitive multiplayer experience
  • Complete freedom to explore, destroy, and play your way as you restore justice and peace
  • Use anything you can pick up as a weapon and combine gadgets, items and explosives in your personal style of destruction. The only limit to the mayhem is your imagination
  • For ages 18 years and over.

£8.98 at Amazon >>> amazon.co.uk/gp/…c=1 <<<
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Ah yes. The game that dared to answer the question "What if Crackdown had zombies and absolutely no gameplay variety?"
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Bought this a while ago. It will hit bc at some point and prices will shoot up.
Thanks! Bought it. Heat added as well
Nmrvsky48 m ago

Thanks! Bought it. Heat added as well


You're welcome
Note: not backwards compatible with xbox one (afaik)
Ah yes. The game that dared to answer the question "What if Crackdown had zombies and absolutely no gameplay variety?"
But it could be in the future of course
this was a poor follow up to the excellent first crackdown
Not a patch on the original, not backwards compatible and £2.99 for an Xbox 360 game is hardly a 'deal'.
Markusdragon11 h, 8 m ago

Ah yes. The game that dared to answer the question "What if Crackdown had …Ah yes. The game that dared to answer the question "What if Crackdown had zombies and absolutely no gameplay variety?"



True, but you could also raise this argument against a chunk of today's AAA developers
alexanderthenotsogreat5 m ago

True, but you could also raise this argument against a chunk of today's …True, but you could also raise this argument against a chunk of today's AAA developers


Thankfully, we seem to be pretty much at the end of the 'everything is zombies' and 'grey and brown are the only true colours' eras of game design, but yeah. This has been a problem for a long time, and at this point it's no longer 'there's no gameplay variety' and it's now 'the exact same selection of gameplay styles is copied and pasted from AAA game to AAA game'.
Markusdragon34 m ago

Thankfully, we seem to be pretty much at the end of the 'everything is …Thankfully, we seem to be pretty much at the end of the 'everything is zombies' and 'grey and brown are the only true colours' eras of game design, but yeah. This has been a problem for a long time, and at this point it's no longer 'there's no gameplay variety' and it's now 'the exact same selection of gameplay styles is copied and pasted from AAA game to AAA game'.



Agreed. Crowdsourcing for indie developers is a dime in a dozen industry as most start-ups lack forward thinking and their projects die in the water. So, unless Gearbox or EA publish them (and potentially sneak in monetization and massive sprawling open-world gameplay), it goes nowhere much of the time
Markusdragon17 h, 28 m ago

Ah yes. The game that dared to answer the question "What if Crackdown had …Ah yes. The game that dared to answer the question "What if Crackdown had zombies and absolutely no gameplay variety?"


Agreed. The first Crackdown was fantastic. This was actually a step backwards, not only because of the reasons you mentioned, but also because the climbing (one of the main gameplay mechanics) was glitchy and frustratingly inconsistent. Also the city became much more boring after they used a brown and grey colour pallet and made everything rundown. Made it a lot less enjoyable to explore.

Word of advice to those interested: buy the original crackdown instead. I'm sure it can be bought for the same price if not cheaper.
Edited by: "SavB" 13th Aug
SavB2 h, 26 m ago

Agreed. The first Crackdown was fantastic. This was actually a step …Agreed. The first Crackdown was fantastic. This was actually a step backwards, not only because of the reasons you mentioned, but also because the climbing (one of the main gameplay mechanics) was glitchy and frustratingly inconsistent. Also the city became much more boring after they used a brown and grey colour pallet and made everything rundown. Made it a lot less enjoyable to explore.Word of advice to those interested: buy the original crackdown instead. I'm sure it can be bought for the same price if not cheaper.


It's actually a little more expensive because it's a great game that works on the Xbox One.

It's also, well, an actually great game that works on a modern console, so the choice should be obvious regardless.
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