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Generally favorable reviews- based on 79 Ratings

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  • Summary: In part 2 of this episodic, 4-part double-disc masterpiece, your remarkable party members meet up with the characters from .hack//SIGN television series, to support you through your painstaking journey to the truth. What is the developer of "The World" hiding? Kite continues his quest, armedIn part 2 of this episodic, 4-part double-disc masterpiece, your remarkable party members meet up with the characters from .hack//SIGN television series, to support you through your painstaking journey to the truth. What is the developer of "The World" hiding? Kite continues his quest, armed with the forbidden abilities of Data Drain and Gate Hacking. Will he be able to save Orca and the other coma victims...? [Bandai] Expand
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  1. Positive: 17 out of 24
  2. Negative: 0 out of 24
  1. After I finished Infection, I spent another two hours or so polishing my characters up, finding secret areas and items I read about on FAQ’s, and then just sort of let it rest.
  2. 83
    With its compelling storyline, interesting approach to the online MMORPG community, and two more games to follow in August and November respectfully, it's hard not to latch onto this one and ride it out 'til the end.
  3. If the rest of the games continue in the same progressive manner as this one, we might have another classic series on our hands.
  4. The Dot-hack universe's mysterious unfolding plot really leaves one with a desire to explore, to learn the increasingly strange (and perhaps sinister) truth behind the game's thick stew of metaphysics and technical mumbo-jumbo.
  5. The camera is still bad and the dungeons desperately need a makeover. [July 2003, p.105]
  6. Sadly, the game still doesn't quite live up to its high-concept premise. Battles often degenerate to button-mashing, the difficulty is still wildly inconsistent, and the dungeons are woefully unimaginative. [June 2003, p.127]
  7. This game will probably appeal to people who bought the first, if only to continue the story.

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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 51 out of 54
  2. Negative: 2 out of 54
  1. VeronicaS.
    Apr 6, 2003
    10
    I've haven't played this game yet but i played the first hack and i thought that it was a pretty good game so i bet this one goin I've haven't played this game yet but i played the first hack and i thought that it was a pretty good game so i bet this one goin be even better. Expand
  2. FrankA.
    Sep 23, 2005
    10
    The one that gave it a 5 can go to ....
  3. taki262Bonsie
    May 14, 2003
    10
    I love the story line and wish they would hurry and get the next game out! Pretty please?
  4. ShaneM.
    Jul 2, 2003
    10
    This game is soooooo good it makes . hack infection look like a demo!
  5. NickS.
    Aug 5, 2003
    10
    This game is so cool but im stuck on a part if u can can help me my screenname is ntwinblader k bye.......
  6. EllisW.
    Jul 10, 2003
    9
    It was beautifully done. I loved the game and the character developement was just memorable. I loved playing this game. I bought the first It was beautifully done. I loved the game and the character developement was just memorable. I loved playing this game. I bought the first one and then now the second one a few days after it came out. So great, I recommend it so much! To Adrian W., I am girl who plays games... I love to and alos to Jay K., chicks have every right to play video games. I think you are spiteful cause you can't get a date with a girl other than the ones ON the video games... Love to the World! Expand
  7. JayK.
    Apr 7, 2003
    0
    Real smart Veronica S, rating a game you don?t even own. Chicks have no right to play video games!

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