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Virtua Cop--Elite Edition
Virtua Cop 2 (PC)
Member Name: bulldog1968
Virtua Cop 2 (PC)
Advantages: A good shoot em up game
Disadvantages: Not enough levels
I recently purchased Virtua Cop - Elite Edition for my son who is 7, for use with the G-Con 2 light gun. The age rating for this game is 16+ but after playing the game im sure you would agree that this was set far too high. The good thing about the elite edition is that you get Virtua cop 1 & 2 on the same disc.
just incase you have difficulty in the game mode, here you can get some shooting practise.
Here you can change various settings, there are a total of 13 options in which to play the game,
Difficulty/gun loosness/lives 1-9/continues free play 0-9/
audio/controller settings/calibrate gun/sights on-off/gun select/play mode VC1 or VC2.
The game is based on a policemen going single handedly out to take on all the bad guys(its a one man war).
Each stage can take a different direction depending on which way you decide to go when asked, unfortunatly these stages are not long enough to really get stuck in.In the stages you are moved automatically around on foot and in vehicles, you get to shoot men in trucks/helicopters/cars and bikes but beware, dont shoot the good guys(i did-oops),At the end of each level you get to face the gang bosses, ranging from machines to people on jet packs firing missile like bombs at you. The overall game is good but it left me wanting more, I paid £12.99 for mine and at that price its a good game and worth the money, but as i said before, it will suit kids more than adults.
Summary: 16 and under its a good game, especially with the G-Con 2 light gun