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Beyond Good and Evil (PS2)

Platform : PlayStation2
27 customer reviews

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  • Diverse gameplay styles blend into one fluid, immersive experience
  • Journey through the reaches of a strange and ever-changing universe
  • Innovative game engine
  • Epic storyline
  • Fight using stealth, force, and wits
  • For 1 player
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Game Information

  • Platform:   PlayStation2
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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  • ASIN: B0000E3GWR
  • Release Date: 14 Nov. 2003
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (27 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 3,040 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

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The vast, peaceful planet of Hyllis has fallen under siege by a relentless alien race. After a desperate struggle to defend her island, a Hyllian named Jade collapses in exhaustion - only to be tormented by disturbing visions. Despite public assurances that the planet has been secured, Jade begins to suspect that there's more to these invasions than the government has disclosed. When a rebel organization reinforces her doubts, Jade begins a harrowing journey to get to the core of the conspiracy.

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"A must-have title for all who'd love adventure, intrigue and talking pigs. 92%." -- Play Magazine

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25 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Mr. M. F. Smart on 13 Aug. 2004
I picked the game up cheaply recently, not expecting much from it. I wrote it off a platformer (they're not my cup of tea). I was very, very wrong.
I don't exaggerate when i say, having just finished it, i found it the most rewarding gaming experience in a long time.
BGE is an adventure game, ala Zelda on the 64. Only, it incorporates gameplay elements from almost every popular genre of the past few years, and even brought back memories of games i played 10 years ago. Although mainly based around action and stealth, the game features a little RPGing, vehicle racing, free-roam exploring and puzzle solving, wrapped up in a quirky, but beautiul looking, story driven game, featuring some outrageous characters and genuinelly funny dialogue
There are a few niggles. I literally cruised through it in around 11 hours, due to it being a bit on the short side and the difficuly never being more than a little challenging. But these can also be plus points. It won't cause you to pull your hair out, or lose hours of your life to a game.
I let ICO slip through my fingers. Now i can't find a copy anywhere it. I thing BGE is going to be similar. I'm glad i've got my copy, and wouldn't sell it for the world. I'm looking forward to playing it again someday. highly recommended
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Steven A. Wall on 16 Feb. 2004
A round of applause to Ubisoft for daring to release an original and unproven new game in the Christamas rush rather than playing it safe with an established franchise or a licensed game. Unfortunately the game barely charted in the festive period and has sank without a trace - luckily that means there are lots of discounted copies available for gamers willing to seek something a little different from the numerous updates and rehashes. BG&E scores full marks for creativity and visual impact. The graphics are superb, and the wonderful design really brings the world of Hillys and it's inhabitants to life. The designers have blended elements of 3D platform, stealth and futuristic racing genres. While this means each section is essentially a watered down version of stand alone games of the same ilk, the whole package fits together very nicely to provide a compelling experience. There is also a nice, continuous sub-quest to photograph the many and diverse life forms of Hillys. Sadly, BG&E is let down by the ease with which the game can be completed. While this means you will never be frustrated by the puzzles or battles that you encounter, it does mean you should be able to breeze through the game in under 10 hours. A shame then, because BG&E is great while it lasts. It'll just leave you wishing there was more developers taking chances like this with original products.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By CAPA7 on 9 Dec. 2006
When Beyond Good and Evil was released, I thought about buying it at first, and then changed my mind. 3 years later, I have finally gotten this game and I must say I do regret not doing so earlier. It is a real shame that the game didn't sell too well since, as a result, many people don't know what they're missing out.

What I liked:

The characters: They are really great and you will get attached to them straight away.

The voice acting: The voice actors are just spot on, and they contribute a lot to making the character's actions more credible.

The design: Even though I have to say that at first, I was a bit skeptical about the very cartoony design of the characters, in the end it work perfectly. The world of Hillys is full of unique creatures and plants that make the adventure very immersive.

The story: You are in charge of discovering the truth about a recent alien invasion, and you soon become an agent for a rebel network who wants the population of the planet to open their eyes.

The animation: Jade, Pey'j and all the other characters they encounter in their quest move very well, and the game is full of little details that make the whole experience more pleasant (like when Jade takes an item, you actually see her take it, and when she doesnt need it anymore, she puts it back in place).

The gameplay (well, most of it): very intuitive commands, you won't have any difficulty learning which button does what. The fighting commands, I thought, are particularly good since you can seamlessly target multiple ennemies in the same fight, depending on the direction towards which you press the left stick.
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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Ms. K. E. Gillings on 1 Jan. 2004
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It is so nice to find a really good game! I've lost hours of my life to it already. The landscape is stunning, and you view the characters from so many perspectives. It's also nice just to be able to get on with the game - if you die, then you are returned back to the beginning of the fight, not back to your last save.
The characters also do lots of jumping and climbing on their own, so it's good that you don't have to spend half an hour just trying to jump from one place to another.
It seems really easy to play at the beginning, and the enemy is easy to kill, but that all changes later on.
Theres a side kick pig that goes most places with you, and you can interact with every other character too.
It really kept me interested and entertained - but it might not be for the die hard RPG players, but its great fun, and you get to drive a hovercraft too!
Go on - buy it!!!
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