User reviews for Time Crisis: Crisis Zone
7.6 / 10Combined Score
High difficulty level. No multiplayer.
The 4th and final title in Namco's popular Time Crisis series, Crisis Zone builds on the history of the series while throwing in a few new twists to distinguish itself from the rest (it technically was not a Time Crisis game in the arcades). The game is based on the arcade game, where you play a S.T.F. special forces soldier charged with liberating a new commercial complex outside London from the control of the U.R.D.A., a terrorist organization planning to blow it up via a hidden nuclear reactor.
The graphics are outstanding and look like a whole different game compared to the arcade version. Originally polygon-based in the arcades with lots of rough edges, Namco instead took the time to give the visuals a complete overhaul and the result is amazing-characters and environ...
No multiplayer at all
More predicable than ever
Crisis missions ruin your patience
It won't last forever
Crisis Zone is another lightgun title from Namco. You probably know that Namco have released the mind blowing Time Crisis series. The games story is that a new complex has been opened in the outskirts of London. Please note that it looks nothing like London. The complex has been taken over by a crack squad of terrorists and up to you to stop it. You as a police officer, you and your group need to shoot and duck to victory. The main difference between this and Time Crisis series is that you have a machine gun all the time with unlimited ammo. This allows you to go a bit mad with your lightgun and spray the screen with bullets. The destructable scenery is very impressive and it feels like you're doing so...