Fighting Force 2
Genre Action -> Fighting
Today's Rank 0
Date N/A
Publisher Eidos
Date N/A
Publisher Eidos
North America Retail Box ArtSimilar to Syphon Filter for the PlayStation, Fighting Force 2 puts players in the role of a cyber-enhanced cop of the future that is trained to infiltrate evil research and development facilities, destroy their work, and clear out any and all opposition. Fighting Force 2 has some of the biggest levels around, giving main character Hawk Manson the opportunity to explore multiple floors, smash through walls, and break almost anything in search of keys to new areas. Levels are filled with enemies whom Hawk can defeat with one of 20 weapons including rifles, knives, and sledgehammers. Weapons can be attained through the destruction of cabinets, soda machines, and crates. Originally a PlayStation game, the transition to the Dreamcast hasn't exactly been a smooth one. Frankly, Fighting Force 2 has been transformed from a good game into an average one due to this version's poor player controls. Improved graphics are welcome, but now it's harder to position Hawk for a fight. The PlayStation version is definitely the more desirable of the two. --Robb Guido
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