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  • Summary: The world has finally succumbed to the once-lauded technology of Virtual Reality. Young and old, rich and poor now use this technology for leisure and business. No one need leave the comfort of their homes. Virtual Reality is about to be updated, and there is something very wrong. Tyler knewThe world has finally succumbed to the once-lauded technology of Virtual Reality. Young and old, rich and poor now use this technology for leisure and business. No one need leave the comfort of their homes. Virtual Reality is about to be updated, and there is something very wrong. Tyler knew what, but EuroDream Technologies found out. Octavian, an Artificial Intelligence, knows how to stop them, but needs a human. Jade Cornell knows what to do, she's armed and ready. In a dual bid to track Tyler and activate Octavian, Jade blasts across the United States of Europe. The deeper she gets, the more ruthless EuroDream security becomes. And Jade still doesn't know the secret behind the security chief's identity, or even realise that Octavian is more complex than he seems. [Empire Interactive] Expand
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 2 out of 12
  2. Negative: 3 out of 12
  1. It looks sharp and provides a good degree of challenge. [July 2002, p.83]
  2. 80
    It could've been called "EndCrisis" or "TimeGame," but there's still enough of a difference to warrant interest from light-gun gamers.
  3. It’s an average gun game that fans of the under-supported genre who are tired of "Time Crisis 2" will get some fun from, but it’s no classic.
  4. A light gun game that falls flat on its face.
  5. People without a passion for shooting fake guns at their television sets probably won't find much to like.
  6. Fans of light-gunners won’t find all the bells and whistles in "Time Crisis 2," but they will find a game that is thankfully much longer than TC2 with just as much action.
  7. A tamer, single-player "Time Crisis 2" with fewer unique enemies and lamer bosses. [August 2002, p.124]

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  1. SteveW.
    Jun 4, 2004
    8
    Im A Huge Fan Of The Time Crisis Series And Broke Off To Try This And Loved It. Altho The Storyline Is Somewhat Thin Its A Challenging , Nice Im A Huge Fan Of The Time Crisis Series And Broke Off To Try This And Loved It. Altho The Storyline Is Somewhat Thin Its A Challenging , Nice Looking , Fun Game Oh If You Happen To Unlock The 2 Gun Mode And Have 2 Guns Playing It One Player With A Gun In Each Hand Is A Gem Of An Experience! Collapse
  2. GedM.
    Jul 1, 2002
    8
    As good as any lightgun game I've played, nice graphics, not too tough to start with but gets increasingly harder as the game progresses,As good as any lightgun game I've played, nice graphics, not too tough to start with but gets increasingly harder as the game progresses, good fun and just what i need after a hard day's work to get rid of stress by blasting things to bits. Expand
  3. DanW.
    Nov 14, 2007
    7
    Decent effort, not quite Time Crisis Quality but a good stress release all the same.