Smuggler's Run 2: Hostile Territory User Reviews
Great gameplay, great graphics, great animation, funny commentary, great selection of vehicles, fun missions, high replay value....The bad:
This game is definitely another great game brought to us by our friends at Rockstar. It isn't as good as the first one but its still very good. I purchased it and I love it.
It still has the great multi-player modes and they are still a blast to play and still have the very high replay value. The storyline missions are still fun but still repetitive but either way, its a blast.
This game is very addicting and you'll find yourself crawling back to it even if you just put the controller down minutes earlier.
Overall Outcome: Buy It!
this game provides a sense of speed unmatched in others of its type. The large environments are facinating to me, and.... I just noticed there's a detailed comments boxThe bad:
repetition and bad enemy AI prevent me from giving this game a perfect 5Summary:
Ever have one of those days when you just wanted to hop in your speed buggy and tear-ass across Russia while delivering weapons for some evil corporation? Okay, probably not, but the game is still fun nonetheless.
Smuggler's Run: Warzones is coming out for the GameCube soon enough, so I decided to try out Smuggler's Run 2: Hostile Territory to try and get a feel for the series. Ignoring some of the bad reviews I've seen, I went down to the local blockbuster and picked up a copy, all of a sudden thrilled to be able to play the part of a nameless criminal working for a larger organization.
Fun for about 2 minutes as you figure out how to drive the car over jumps and such.The bad:
Where do I begin? Repetition, poor graphics, repetition, no mission development, repetition, annoying audio, lousy controller configuration options, did I mention repetition?
This is the worst game I have played on the PS2. The graphics look as if they came from a PS1 game. The vehicles look ok, but the surrounding landscape is fuzzy at best, and the people walking around look like shadows rather than real people. Maybe I'm spoiled by GTA3...
There is no mission development what so ever. You simply drive to a location represented by a yellow dot on your map, pick up a package, and then take it to a red dot on your map where you drop it off. All the while other cars are crashing into you. This goes on level after level and there is absolutely nothing more, unless ...