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 from 989 Studios, Fighting Force 2 puts players in the role of a cyberenhanced cop of the future. You are trained to infiltrate evil research and development facilities, destroy their work, and clear out any and all opposition. Fighting Force 2 is filled with massive levels, giving lead 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 using any of 20 weapons (including rifles, knives, and sledgehammers) that can be obtained by destroying cabinets, soda machines, and crates. Fighting Force's graphics are on par with Syphon Filter's, but controls are far simpler. As a result, it is fairly easy to dive in quickly to the action. While simplicity is the key to Fighting Force 2, this game does lack the substance and theatrical style that characterize Syphon Filter and other offerings. --Robb Guido Pros: Huge levels and loads of weapons Rarefied controls compared to Syphon Filter's Cons: Levels may be a little too big
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