Time Crisis 2
The best gun game to date is arguably the original Time Crisis. It offered all the graphics and fun of the Virtua Cop series at a faster pace and made reloading strategic with the use of a foot pedal. This innovative feature not only reloaded your weapon, it also made you duck for cover to avoid incoming fire (but because of the time limit, you couldn't hide forever). The upcoming sequel has the same foot pedal feature but also gives you much, much more.
Time Crisis 2 offers a new innovative feature of its own: a dual monitor two-player cabinet (you can still play a normal one-player game of course, but the two-player option is much cooler). When two people play TC2, each has his or her independent view of the action. At certain times, you'll even take separate paths and catch enemies in a crossfire! Vet another feature offered only on Namco games (including the ever-popular Point Blank) is a recoiling pistol. Nothing quite makes shooting bad guys more realistic.
TC2 has four stages including a special mode where you are given a machine gun to help take down tough targets like tanks. Yet another stage is a train where you and your partner chase down and have a firefight with a Boss. You eventually make your way to the roof where the baddie catches a ride with a killer gunship. TC2 is also very cinematic, with a really cool story line; it's a definite improvement over the original in this respect. Look for it to hit second quarter this year.
MANUFACTURER - Namco
THEME - Light Gun
NUMBER OF PLAYERS - 1 or 2
Processor: PC compatible, P-200
OS: Windows 9x, Windows 2000 Windows XP, Vista, Win 7, Win 8, Win 10.
Game Features:Single game mode Multiplayer (Hotseat)
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