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Payday 2 (PS3)

Platform : PlayStation 3
3.9 out of 5 stars 70 customer reviews

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  • Platform:   PlayStation 3
  • Media: Video Game
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Platform: PlayStation3
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  • Product Dimensions: 13.6 x 1.6 x 17 cm ; 82 g
  • Release Date: 16 Aug. 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (70 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 8,087 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)
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PayDay 2


ROB BANKS WITH FRIENDS. The Ultimate multi-player game out this summer!

Grab your guns, grab your suits, grab your crew - the heist is on in this epic crime spree! Dallas, Hoxton, Wolf and Chains are back and ready blow the doors off in this four-player co-op shooter. Are you cunning enough to make it from robbing small stores to the big league of major bank vaults? Have you and your friends got what it takes?

An internet connection is required to play the online component of this title Gold Xbox Live membership needed to play online multiplayer on Xbox 360.   

Key Features:

  • Rob Banks With Friends Players must choose their crew carefully because when the job goes down they will need the right mix of skills on their side. You need your back covered when the cash hits the fan!

  • CRIMENET The dynamic contract database lets gamers pick and choose from available jobs by connecting with local contacts. It features dozens of varied, exciting jobs and as the player progresses, new contacts with new jobs become available.

  • Dynamic Scenarios No heist ever plays out the same way twice. Every single scenario has random geometry or even rare events.

  • Choose Your Profession As players progress they can invest in any of four special professions: the Mastermind, the Enforcer, the Ghost and the Technician. Each features a deep customization tree of associated skills and equipment to master and they can be mixed and matched to create the ultimate heister.

  • Character Progression Gamers begin as dime store thieves and as the game progresses they unlock new skills, weapons, accessories and masks, eventually becoming legendary robbers.

  • Character Upgrades The signature PAYDAY mask can now be customized into tens of thousands of different combinations.

  • Weapons and Modifications A brand new arsenal covering everything from sniper and assault rifles to compact PDWs and SMGs. Modify with optics, suppressors, fore grips, reticles, barrels, frames and stocks – all of which will affect the performance of the weapon. There are also purely aesthetic enhancements – why not go for the drug lord look with polished walnut grips for your nine?

  • Mission Assets Every job has a set of purchasable assets that can alter and enhance the heist such as a faster escape car, blueprints or even inside help.

  • Play It Your Way Each job allows for multiple approaches such as slow and stealthy ambushes to running in guns blazing. Players hit the target any way they want and watch as the heist unfolds accordingly.

  • AI Director Enemies will devise strategies in response to player action like flash banging, breaching tactics, freeing hostages and even recovering loot bags. Let’s do this!

  • Multistage Jobs Many contracts feature several separate stages allowing for mission forks and different outcomes depending on what the players accomplish in each individual stage.

  • PAYDAY Loot Finishing a job isn’t just an accomplishment to be proud of. After a successful heist gamers will also earn rare and powerful new equipment.

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Platform for Display: PlayStation3 Verified Purchase
arrived next day so quick delivery!! was what i wanted happy with the item and the game highly recommend !!
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First, I should say that I have a lot of love for this franchise. I picked the first one up soon after release on PSN and played the thing to death. I'm a big fan of pure co-op FPS titles and I think this rates up there with Left 4 Dead; it engenders that same sense of camaraderie between players, be they old friends, clan mates or total strangers. You help each other up, you give supporting fire, and you all go for the loot. The presentation can be a little bit ropey at times, but it's the thrill of the heist and the twist on the Horde mechanic that really keeps you going. When you're getting a bit fatigued by COD or Battlefield, this is the place to be.

None of that's changed here, though some of it's greatly improved; as such, this feels a little more like Payday 1.5 rather than 2. There's new player classes, new missions (and enhanced structure to those missions, as well as randomized elements) and a whole heap of new guns, armor and masks, all of which can be customized to your heart's content. So much so in fact that, along with the impressive upgrade to the skill trees added here, there's enough to keep you coming back for more for months to come.

However...the PS3 version is not without its problems, and they're big'uns. The main gripe? Getting into a game online. On the surface of things this might not seem like much of a problem - you might prefer to play Single Player, after all.(NOTE: If that's the case I should warn you away now. The AI of your teammates is sub-par, almost game-breaking. They shoot a bit and follow you, but they don't help with any mission objectives.) But if you do want to play online? Oh boy...

The problems start with Crimnet (the game's HUB) from which you can create or join Heists, in theory.
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Who here has not wanted to get a bunch of mates together and rob a bank or steal jewellery from a shop? Not in real life, but in ‘Payday 2’, a manic co-op shooter that allows you to live the life of a crook. The game is a first person shooter that mixes the frantic feeling gameplay of ‘Left 4 Dead’ with that of the ‘Kane and Lynch’ multiplayer. You are dropped off to begin with in a rather shabby hideout and here are told a loose story. Essentially this is the hub that you use to join up with three other players; friends or randoms.

As a big co-op fan I was really looking forward to ‘Payday’. However, there was something with the raw energy with the game that did not sit well with me. I do not play many competitive shooters as I find them too fast and full of people who play them for endless hours. Co-operative games are usually a slightly slower pace and gamers work to help one another. In the case of ‘Payday 2’ this is not the case, at least on console. In the many games that I played online I was subjected to players running around doing their own thing and not really co-operating.

This could be a criticism of the audience and not the game, but actually it is the mechanics that are to blame. The likes of ‘Left 4 Dead’ and ‘Army of 2’ require co-operation for success and the gameplay rewards this and punishes those that do not. I did not get the sense that people had to work together in ‘Payday 2’ and instead many players just played for themselves. This made the several scenarios on offer feel quite empty.

This was a real shame as the game itself is well made and a very solid shooter. There are some really fun and frantic shoot outs to be had, although the omnipresent violence was a little much at times. If you can pick up a copy and play with pals this may just be one of the strongest co-op games, just don’t expect the community to hold your hand as you learn the ropes and the game itself is not designed to do this either.
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I was luky enough to get hold of this on the launch day and so was very very disappointed to fun the public multiplayer facility was bugged. BUT, that has now been fixed and I'm enjoying what has to be one of the best all time multiplayer games ever designed!

This game has specifically been designed with co op gaming in mind, and only that in mind really. I must say that the solo mode is very poor as the AI on your team is useless and the cops aren't all that smart either. But the game comes alive when you throw in other human players.

As a game, you have easy and hard jobs that you can either shoot your way thru or map out a perfect hit and walk away silently with (literally) bags of money. Then throw in that your best mates are also running along next to you but acid stably shoot someone at the wrong moment, then the gaming in begins. All hell breaks loose an you get to shout at your mate down your mic because now you have a dozen cops swarming all over your nicely planned bank heist that was going to earn you money for your next weapon upgrade.

So, weapons. Yep ou have to buy them, but you also get to unlock a whole host of add-ons that allow them to be pretty unique within the game. You also have that option with masks too.

I would say that after playing the game for a couple of weeks, the game doesn't have a huge shelf life at present due to there being limited levels for higher level players, but future DLC should hopefully bump its life along a little further. It is a game that can offer a group of mates plenty of fun for a good while though, so I you have mates to play with, then it's a must.
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