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Condemned 2 (PS3)

Platform : PlayStation 3
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3.7 out of 5 stars 46 customer reviews

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  • Online functionality for both PS3 and Xbox 360. Up to 8 players and 3 unique modes.
  • New forensics system with a non-linear approach to solving crime scenes.
  • Improved combat system with vicious combo attacks and over the top finishing moves.
  • Bare-fisted combat, grappling, bone breaking and neck snapping - whatever it takes to disable the enemies.
  • All new weapons including items taken straight from the environment. Quarter rolls, nail guns, tire irons, wrenches, brass knuckles, baby dolls, AND a massively destructive military style arsenal.
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  • Platform:   PlayStation 3
  • BBFC Rating: Suitable for 18 years 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
  • Item Quantity: 1

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  • ASIN: B000VVIDMU
  • Item Weight: 27 g
  • Release Date: 4 April 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (46 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 7,062 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

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Condemned 2: Bloodshot returns with an all-new fighting system and for the first time, online multiplayer modes. As Ethan Thomas, the unstable and disgraced Serial Crimes Unit investigator, players will face horrifying enemies and endless heart-stopping surprises in the shadows of a strange and sinister world. Players utilize a new set of high-tech forensic tools and fight off violent enemies on the perilous hunt for Ethan's missing partner. Ethan will need to use anything and everything in the environment to survive as he unravels the mysteries shrouding the city in darkness.

  • New vicious combo attacks and over-the-top finishing moves including bare-fisted combat, grappling, bone breaking and neck snapping
  • Online gaming for up to eight players with three unique modes for both Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3
  • The arsenal is expanded to include items taken straight from the environment like tire irons, bricks, toilet seats, antlers, foos ball sticks, flaming 2x4s, mannequin arms and mop buckets
  • Massive gunplay is made possible by powerful projectile-based weapons like the sub-gun, crossbow, shotgun, oozie, 9MM, and .45 caliber pistol
  • Gritty environments with secondary objectives and multiple path solutions
  • Smart and devious enemies featuring realistic AI behaviour...befriend them and they might fight on your side


Manufacturer's Description

The next chapter in the terrifying series. With an all new combat mechanic and online multiplayer feature. Prepare to be immersed in a world of psychological terror.

Summary - Condemned 2 is the next chapter in the terrifying series that began with the award-winning and critically-acclaimed Condemned. Featuring an all-new fighting mechanic and online multiplayer functionality, Condemned 2 is a first-person action thriller which immerses players in a world of psychological terror. Following a string of gruesome murders, players must use their deductive skills and brute force to track down a sadistic serial killer. Players will assume the identity of Ethan Thomas, the former Serial Crimes Unit investigator, who has been called back to duty to track down his missing partner. As Ethan, players will engage in visceral combat using a variety of firearms, blunt instruments and an all-new fighting system complete with defensive and offensive combo chains. To help track the killer and solve the mysteries behind Condemned 2, players will crack open an all-new set of high-tech forensic tools.


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I was surprised to find such a gruesome game had been made in conjunction with a name like Warner Brothers - it is, after all, a very dark game with a lot of gratuitous violence.

Despite three reviews complaining about the sound in this game I found nothing in it which warranted such abuse. In the very first section (during the tutorial part) there are a few weird noises which seemed out of place, but thereafter it resolved and although I had the sound turned right up I was unable to distinguish any further problems.

The game play itself will not lend itself to anyone used to the usual fight style of button mashing; you are taught during the tutorial that you have to time your attack and defence - i.e. holding down block will not defend you, you need to block as the opponent attempts to hit you. Likewise you cannot just hit an opponent repeatedly - you need to time the punches. This is possibly why some people have disliked the control system; but once you get used to it, it makes the game ever so much better as it requires more of your attention and thus makes the game more involving.

I found the plotline to be good also; I especially liked the crime scenes which require a little imagination and also some intelligence to interpret. Each section of the game is also very different to the rest - whether you are in a creepy tenement building, an old doll factory, a black tar-filled office or out in the woods in a cabin. The tasks are pretty different too - some are simply search and destroy, others areas require a little more puzzle solving, and you make good use of your equipment following UV fluorescent pipes and blood trails.
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Condemned: Criminal Origins was a surprisingly scary launch game on X-Box 360 back in 2005.It mixed melee combat with CSI tools in the search for a serial killer. The game lost the plot towards the end, relying heavily on combat. But overall it was an original and tense experience.
Its sequel sadly picks up where the last concluded, throwing up an overwhelming number of enemies and strange locations.

The plot sees Ethan Thomas as a hobo, getting into bar fights and having hallucinogenic visions. Before long, he's called back into work, as Serial Killer X is back, and there is a link between them both.
For those that haven't played the original, the plot will make almost no sense. For those that have, it quickly becomes a confusing, overblown mess. It only serves as an excuse why Ethan is exploring a doll factory overrun with possessed toys; or a house of horrors complete with corseted, top hat wearing zombies.
As the locations become more random, the scares get fewer. The original worked so well because many of the locations had a recognisable feel (like a subway or an abandoned house). The sequel favours fantasy over urban squalor and loses much of what made it special in the first place.

The CSI investigations return, and are much more involving. Sometimes they do feel pointless, and used to drag out the game (like being asked questions about what just happened).
Levels remain very linear, but there are additional objectives and optional side quests which make extra use of tools like the gas spectrometer. Almost every level has a different task to complete, and is much more fun than the firsts `find every dead bird' approach.
The medal awarded from each level also unlocks an extra, like increased ammo or health.
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This game story takes place almost a year after the first “Condemned” (if you didn’t play the first game, don’t worry, it’s not essential to understand the story), and you take control of FBI Serial Crime Unit’s resigned Ethan Thomas, that after his disturbing serial killer X investigation, has become homeless, violent and alcoholic, but is recruited back to hunt again X, who Ethan thought was dead.
The game plays all in first person, melee combat and shooting, having the melee now a combo system to deliver powerfull attacks to the enemies, and a Quick Time Event system to deliver the final brutal blow, occasionally with optional environmental kills, such as bringing the enemies head inside a TV ( lots of mature content of course) .As an investigator you will use cool forensic tools to determine the causes of the crime scenes left behind, “leveling” you up as you determine the right cause, rewarding you with better equipment and skills.
The graphics are very detailed, with claustrophobic and dark environments, with good use of dynamic shadows, that will creep you out in every corner. Better played in the dark and with a good headphone !
Pros – Great and challenging first person combat, melee and guns (you will feel the enemies pain in every every punch and every shot), fun forensic investigating tools, great gory graphics and plenty of tension and scares .
Cons – The controls will need a bit of practice for the perfect combos and in this sequel is more action oriented not having much of story to unfold. The multiplayer could have been better with lag being a big issue.
I recommend this great atmospheric psychological horror action game for the all the brave players !!!
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