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Condemned 2 (Xbox 360)

Platform : Xbox 360
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4.2 out of 5 stars 31 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:   Xbox 360
  • 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: B000VVLQC4
  • Product Dimensions: 18.6 x 13.6 x 1.6 cm ; 27 g
  • Release Date: 4 April 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (31 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 11,498 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

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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.

  • 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.

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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Condemned: Criminal Origins was one of the better launch titles for XBox 360. Although plagued by some slighty dodgy hand-to-hand combat the game was one of the most disturbing and grim experiences available on any console.

The sequel improves on the original in all aspects. Graphically it's one of the dirtiest games I've ever seen - the grim and slime will be testing your HD TVs to the limit. Combat has been upgraded making things a little easier to control and more involving. Combos and upgrades have been introduced to enhance the hand-to-hand combat, but you'll still find any more than 2 enemies at a time a real challenge especially if one is armed with a gun. There's also the option to grab bits of the scenery to use as weapons with varying levels of effectiveness. When you do get hold of a firearm the ammo is extremely limited but there is a new option to replay all the levels after completing the game armed to the teeth!

Multiplayer is a new addition too. Although it won't be challenging COD4 or Halo 3 for the top spot on XBox Live there's enough varity to warrant it's inclusion.

If your idea of a good night out is getting high on crystal meth laced with LSD, drinking 5 litres of lighter fluid and picking a fight with the occupants of your local crack-house this is definately for you.

REVIEW UPDATE - I probably should have mentioned this does not include any Southpaw or Legacy controls options - naughty Monolith - so left-handers beware!

REVIEW UPDATE II - having spent a bit more time with the multiplayer I have to say it's a bit a botch job. Around 400 gamerpoints are on offer and that's probably the only reason I'll be playing it again (if at all).
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Condemned : Criminal Origins has become something of a cult classic since its release in 2005 and I for one was greedily awaiting the follow up, Bloodshot, this year. Sadly, it wasn't worth the wait.

What made the original special was the tense, claustrophobic atmosphere which took it's lead from movies like Seven, Silence of the Lambs and Saw. Sure it had it's flaws. The combat system, especially the blocking, was very temperamental and the forensic investigation sections where little more than point and click exercises. Nevertheless, playing this game with the light off was a bone chilling and memorable experience. Who could forget the department store level when the mannequins silently surround you or having to take the close-up picture of the victim in the school locker only for him to return to life. It makes me wonder then why the developers chose such a different tact for the sequel.

Condemned 2 play much more like a traditional FPS and two of the levels in particular where assault rifles can be found every few minutes turn the game in to a poor mans Call of Duty. There are still some levels where hand-to-hand combat prevails but they are now so many options the whole process feels diluted. Ironically the poor combat system in the first game probably added to the experience as every foe you took on was a challenge.

The storyline for the second outing is, to be blunt, an absolute mess. Forget hunting down a serial killer this time. Now we are off to the sci-fi land of secret organisations and plots for world domination. Yawn. Is it just me or has the whole conspiracy theory that goes all the way to the president idea been done to death in recent years? And in the case of Condemned 2 it has been done much, much better.
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Prefer 1st one to this simple, it was darker and scary and you had a LOT of puzzles you had to do this you go around blasting people like cod with your buddies and Thomas your guy is a new man (he kind of looks like a villain in a game nah nah he should be a villain in this game with the way he looks)

After all the hope of the first game this has only 3 life bars again I liked the first one you get a lot more life.

The good is they changed the controls here so if you wanna get a thriller game get the first one.
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First, i have to say that i loved the first condemned, and this second installment contnues on from where the original game left off.
After playing through the first 3 missions in bloodshot, I would say that although some aspects have improved , there are others that have actually been made worse.

The 'investigation' elements of the game have been improved dramatically, with grades now being given for the quality of your slueth abilites.
In the first game, whenever a crime scene was discovered, the game would choose which tool to use and where to point it for you, so all this aspec t of the game would entail was a basic 'press x, adjust aim, hold right trigger' mini game. Now, the player must choose the correct tool,decide which elements can be used as evidence on-screen, and then conclude what your findings mean. One example of this entails you investigating a pool of blood , and deciding how the character died by using the splatter pattern to determine the point of impact, weapon used etc.
The fact that now the player actulally has to think about the investigation aspect is a welcome addition to the game.

On the other hand, i feel that the actual combat has been made too complicated and combo driven, with some "combos" now involving horrible RTA events to pull off.It also appears that the developers want you to start using guns a lot more than in the first game, which , as least to me, seems like theyre trying to dilute the one thing that made condemned different from other fps games.One other gripe is that the hits you do manage to land on your attackers just dont 'feel' as meaty as they did before.

Multiplayer:
I dont really know what to say about the multiplayer aspect of this game other than the word 'shocking'.
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