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Serious Sam II

Discussion in 'The Players Club' started by Wulfenite, Dec 25, 2005.


  1. Wulfenite

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    The King

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    Got if for Christmas....is it worth playing or should I trade it for something else? I dont know anything about it.
     
  2. fastvfr

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    Did you like the previous Serious Sam games?

    Essentially, the scenario is:

    1. Enter a new area; cutscene describes the level's objectives.

    2. Pick up weapons and Enemies start attacking in waves.

    3. LOTS AND LOTS OF ENEMIES attack in waves!!!

    4. Co-operative play over a LAN with everyone trying to help everyone else through all the challenges is great fun.

    This sequel is the best of them all for several reasons.

    Firstly, there are vehicles and turrets you can man to boost your firepower.

    And then there are the new worlds and all the wacky new Mental beasties!

    I have it, and we have played it through twice so far.

    If you like senseless fragging at its best, you'll like SSII.
     

  3. Wulfenite

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    I'm kind of more into the objective oriented sensless fraging. Maybe I ought to return it.
     
  4. Bullseye007

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    If you like objective oriented games this one is not for you. Return it.
     
  5. Wulfenite

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    The King

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    Too late, I already opened it.... its kind of pointless. Maybe the kids will get into when they're a little older.