G Police 2: Weapons of Justice (PS) Reviews
Description:Manufacturer: Psygnosis / Action / Rating: T - (Teen) / Published by: Psygnosis / Among 1997's crop of Psygnosis games, two stood out from the pack, due to their unique futuristic design and intriguing gameplay: Colony Wars and G-Police. Since Psygnosis ... more
G Police 2: Weapons of Justice (PS) ... released a much-improved sequel to Colony Wars, the next logical step was a sequel to G-Police. While the newest incarnation of G-Police is a better game than the original, it still suffers from some all-too-familiar problems. The storyline picks up where the first game left off. After an all-out war with the crime syndicate, the G-Police's forces are thin and unable to cope with the new gang presence on their planet. To help out, Earth sends a huge detachment of Marines to assist the Gs. From there, things quickly spin out of control as the maniacal leader of the Marine force tries to usurp control of the planet itself. It's your task to patrol the various domes of Callisto and deal with any gang activities or other threatening scenarios as they develop.
Newest Review: ... settlement lies. The Nanosoft corporation is still alive and kicking even after your victory over them in the first game, and ... more
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by - written on 10/02/11, updated on 11/02/11 (Very useful, 10 readings)
After the success of G police 1, Psygnosis developed and released its sequel 'Weapons of Justice in 1999, The first thing I have to mention is that whilst the gameplay on this game is practically identical, the plot line picked up from where the last game left off and complicates matters unnecessarily. Because the great plot line wasn't there, it seems like your just flying around now blowing things up but not really caring why. But where the plot is predictably 'ive been betrayed oh no' the game makes up for it in the variance of spacecraft and weapons you can use. Synopsis: At the end of G Police 1, Slater, our hero had found out that his sister was ... Read the complete review