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ShellShock 2: Blood Trails (Xbox 360)

by Eidos
Platform : Xbox 360
16 customer reviews

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  • Platform:   Xbox 360
  • PEGI Rating: Ages 18 and Over Suitable for 18 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 18. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 18 years of age or over.
  • Media: Video Game
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Platform: Xbox 360
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  • ASIN: B001DC9OEM
  • Item Weight: 27 g
  • Release Date: 13 Feb. 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 17,498 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

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ShellShock 2: Blood Trails (Xbox 360)

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3.4 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Mr. R. J. Tomlin on 16 Feb. 2009
Platform for Display: Xbox 360
What a shame. The concept for this game was great (A combination of Vietnam and horror genres). The execution is very poor. The graphics are very under par for a 360 game, but the gameplay also lacks imaginiation. Play areas are very confined, with barely any option but to follow a narrow path through the level. Weapons are lacklustre and basic.

I recently got Legendary. This game didn't have the highest standard of graphics, but was still enjoyable, as it had interesting levels, enemies and story. I was expecting something of a similar standard here, but alas it just didn't happen.
This game crept out with barely any marketing or advertising, and I think it is because of it's poor quality that noone was shouting about it from the rooftops. These days I expect a reasonable quality for a £30-£40 game, but this fell very short and I find it hard to justify charging this kind of money for something so below the acceptable standard.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By gore fiend on 25 Mar. 2010
Platform for Display: Xbox 360
after just completing the game twice (once on easy and once on medium) i have been compelled to write my first amazon review after reading all the negatives on this game so far.

the first thing you'll notice about shellshock 2 after playing other shooters such as MW2 is that the graphics are very dry looking and damnright awful in some sections of the game, flat textures are plentiful and the lighting is a bit hit or miss. The sound however is excellent, minus some dire voice acting and you have some incredibly scary sound effects. playing with headphones on and the lights off is recommended. one of the greatest selling points i think is the GORE and boy there is alot of it, just blast an infected in the dome at point blank range with a shotgun and watch the crimson splatter absoultely everywhere. you can even see their faces deform as you blow half of their heads apart and spill their brains everywhere (you can literally see the brains here) limb dismemberment is also possible and shooting the legs will help you alot if there's multiple targets sprinting towards you.

it may also be helpful to note there is no multiplayer whatsoever.

gameplay wise, its a pretty standard fps, your armoury is stock and pistols, rifles, machine guns and shotguns are your main forray here, as well as a kinfe and machete (although the knife is useless) your better off just rifle butting the hell out of everything when low on ammo. you can use mounted turrets and can carry grenades just like in every other fps these days. the eneimes youll encounter are of the copy and paste kind, vietnemese soldiers and the infected.

the vietnemese are guilty of really poor AI and will either stay behind cover FOREVER or just stand in front of you ready to eat a headshot from your AK.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Phil Coombe VINE VOICE on 8 Mar. 2009
Platform for Display: Xbox 360
Maybe I am looking through rose tinted spectacles, but as a person who played ShellShock on the PS2 and throughily enjoyed that game, I expected Shellshock 2 on the xbox 360 to be a major improvement, and how wrong I was.

The major grip I have with this game, is that there is no real playability to it. When I want to get into a shooting position, take cover and shoot from cover (like one can do in Gears of War 2, brothers in arms and most other fps) my only option is to stand or kneel. Its terrible.

I can forgive the lean graphics, if only I felt drawn in. There is no real sensation when firing a gun, or no real direction (no map etc) menaing than although one is hand held through the stages there is still a sense of wandering aimlessly.

To be honest its a cr@p game, and what a shame that is considering the first game was miles better on a lesser platform!
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Duffster on 12 Feb. 2009
Platform for Display: Xbox 360
I have been playing SS2 (360 Pal version)for the past few days and have to report it is terrible in almost every way.
The graphics are very original xbox, so while not being terrible they fall way bellow most 360 and Cod games. The soundtrack again is just serviceable at best, with the score soaring and dipping throughout the game.
The real problem is the gameplay, since the first SS (which I thought was great)we have switched from 3rd to 1st person and with it have the loathed Quick Time Events, these really have no place in games and certainly not in 1st person ones, where you/your character is already immersed enough into the gameworld. You move very slowly, you can run via lb. The weapons switch is so slow as to frustrate and you get snagged on the game engine a fair bit.
The game is split over 10 levels, each taking anyway from 20-40 mins to get through and is a fairly straight forward corridor shooter albeit set in Nam and with a horror edge, I will give praise for some tense moments, especially during a mission in a mansion, but these are few and far between.
The game does seem to throw some easy achievements at you (always good!) although I will not be getting the "played twice" or "complete the game on the hardest setting", I did so on normal, I got 150 points for that.
To summerise, a really poor effort and great shame as the 1st game to use this name/brand was really rather good.
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Platform for Display: Xbox 360
Shellshock 2 has a pretty good premise. There aren't many games set during the Vietnam War. We've all seen Platoon and Missing in Action and all those 80's movies. We all know the VC's are some tough bad guys and when you add to that, zombies, well that's just great! The game does have some things going for it, but the result is a mediocre experience that at its best is bland and at its worst, plain bad.
The good comes from the atmosphere the game manages to create and maintain. You fight in different locations, from the jungle, to temples, to VC tunnels and there are loads of gore, mutilated corpses everywhere, random screams of torture, zombies growling, its just sick and disturbing.
Then we have... well that's pretty much it.
The story is minimum and most of it is told in text as the next level loads. You play as Nate, an american soldier. Your brother was part of a special force sent to capture White Knight, which you have no idea what it is until about halfway into the game. He was the only one who made it out alive but infected by a strange virus. When the game starts he runs away from the base during a VC attack, transporting the virus and you're sent to get him back. There are a few fun characters, like a foul mouth sergeant that seems right out of Full Metal Jacket and a VC Officer named Trang that's very creepy but they're all wasted as the story never really comes together. The Vietnam war setting is never really explored either.
The graphics are OK but the game is far too dark, so dark you cant see most of the enemies at all unless you adjust the brightness way up.
Then we have the zombies. When you start fighting the zombies the game goes into headshot mode.
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