Dan L Posted February 12, 2002 Share Posted February 12, 2002 WOOHOO!!!! Me gots mah PS2 yesterday, and the first two games I got with it were Oni and Max Payne. I think they are both amasing, though I won't go as far as to say the best, because I haven't played many apart from these two. For those of you who haven't heard of one/both of these games, Max Pyne is a game in a third person style, and the main character can enter bullet time. Bullet time is a very slowed down form of time, the same as that in the Matrix. It also follows a graphic novel storyline, where every now and then the story is told in the form of a comic... ermm, you got to see it to know what I mean. And Oni is a kind of anime-3d graphics hybrid, where you use hand to hand combat and weapons. The controls are very similar, if not nearl the same, as Max Payne. Which helps, cos theyre a bit hard to get used to. I think this game rocks too :D . Anyway.. I just had to say that. Oh yeah, and, on a side note or two.. The absolutely brilliant (in my opinion) Deus Ex is coming to PS2 (in the UK, it may already be out in the US I don't know) on the 30th of March, I think. Maybe not exactly that, but not far off.... Also, after ages trying to find info about Deus Ex 2, all I got was a lot of repeated stuff about the early days of production. The general idea I got was this-- 1- Deus Ex 2 will be much more interactive than the original (in terms of surroundings), as the producers are attempting to bring the game as close to the real world as possible. 2- The developers intend to give a much broader number of options in how to complete the game- they intend for the game to be possible to beat without killing anyone, for example. 3- It is intended that the game will be much less scripted than the original-- meaning that the outcome is far more up to you, rather than following a direct route for the game to progress. but all this is about 6 months old... oh yes, and also, 4- The game is being developed for [i]consoles first[/i] (WOOPEE!) Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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