User reviews for Evolution 2
6.0 / 10Combined Score
lingering problems from the first one
It all started with that acid-resembling animation intro sequence with an obviously spiced Japanese computer voice saying E-S-P. Didn't it sound like A-S-P to you too?
Mag and his friends have returned for another adventure. Evolution 2 takes our heroes to Museville, a community featuring Society Headquarters, whose President Whitehead dedicates his efforts at uncovering the archaeological past through various relics. Cyframes, again, cameo as the link among past, present, and future. Since Mag was so skilled at uncovering mysteries in his last adventures, by all means, he's right for the job. In the meantime, Chain reprimands Mag, telling him that this whole number-one adventurer business shouldn't get to his head.
Well, it would all work fine and dandy if Carcano, leader of the thieves stationed near Museville, wouldn't try to hijack some of the ...
game play, repeatative dugeons...and to short of a game...
Evolution 2 was a good game in my eyes, liked it more than other Dreamcast games, even though there was'nt much to chose from, ohhh well, this game had good graphics, character designs were really cool, I like how they put them together so well...the story was nice, the weapons you get you could upgrade them.., and last but not least it had a pretty good battle system, I liked the fact that you were able to move to the front line, middle, or back....mixes it up a little eh? but the bad news, the game play was kinda weak, the enemys got annoying, the repeating dugeon senarios... grrr it got me furious..and last but not least on the bad list, the game was way to short...
Bad story, funny looking characters, bad fighting system, and not many extras.
Well when I first got this game I didn't expect much, and I didn't get much. The characters look like little kids with funny faces and they are all blocky. The story was not one of my taste either. I really recommend you over look this game if your ever shopping for one.
Japanse voice overs. Save spots too infrequent.
This seemed like a pretty keen game. It had obvious anime influence, but I thought it added some fun to it. The play control was excellent, it was easy to move around and do things, the ability to move the camera manually when moving around a map is a good touch. The combat interface was likewise efficient. There was loads to do also. Each player has a set of skills that they learn and develop. It's the player's choice what they spend points on, so you can possibly end up with vastly different characters from someone else playing the game, if you make different choices. Of course, if you're like me, you just buy everything anyway. The visuals and the animation of the plot sequences were well done. This game features voice acting, which I am still indifferent about. I guess it's a neat thing, but it needs to be done at specific moments, not all the time. Also, the vocals were in ...