Silent Scope PlayStation 2

Metascore
63

Mixed or average reviews - based on 23 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 8 out of 23
  2. Negative: 7 out of 23
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  1. 64
    Great fun while it lasts, which in most cases should wind up being as many hours as you can count on your hands.
  2. The lack of lightgun support and the shortness of the game hurt what is otherwise a great title.
  3. CNET Gamecenter
    70
    Even though Silent Scope for the PS2 doesn't offer a gun peripheral like the arcade version (can we stress that enough?), it's still an exceptionally fun game that warrants attention.
  4. Da Gameboyz
    64
    Not all arcade games work successfully when ported to a console; this is sadly no exception.
  5. Suffers tremendously because of the control issues. Without the sniper rifle peripheral that made the arcade game a joy, Silent Scope is only a game that entertains in a brief, arcade-y way.
  6. Daily Radar
    50
    It's a gun game without a gun, and there's really no way to get past that one glaring omission.
  7. 70
    The D-pad tends to be a little slow and straight in responding and the joystick is a little too fast and wiggly. This can cause no end of trouble when you are trying to aim or if you or your targets are moving.
  8. If sending a single bullet through someone’s head thousands of yards away sounds like a good Friday night to you, then Silent Scope is right up your alley (and therapy might not be a bad idea, either).

Awards & Rankings

#34 Most Discussed PS2 Game of 2000
User Score
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  1. Oct 2, 2015
    3
    Ok i know that this game is funnn, but is a realy bad version from the arcade game, playit in the ps2 is borring , but the arcade version isOk i know that this game is funnn, but is a realy bad version from the arcade game, playit in the ps2 is borring , but the arcade version is perfect, i thinck that is a good game, but it could be better. Full Review »