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Alpha Mission II 


Have you ever wanted to get into a space ship, and shoot a whole lot of aliens? If the answer to that question is yes, then you will want to take a look at Alpha Mission II. This Playstation 3 game is a port from the old NEO GEO. These space shooters used to be all the rage, but they have died down in recent years. Family Friendly Gaming was provided a download code for this game, and I was given the privilege of playing it. Although I suspect our illustrious leader knew exactly what this game was like and subjected me to it.

Alpha Mission II has stuff all over the place. There are ships, launchers, and some kind of energy beams. At times the screen can almost be filled with all kinds of stuff. It can get confusing, and I lost the placement of my ship on more than one occasion. I did get to shoot all kinds of odd looking space craft, and other things. I am not sure what half of the stuff is in Alpha Mission II. Nor was I too clear why I was blowing it all up.

The music in Alpha Mission II did not do much for me. I was not overly irritated by it either. The constant shooting sounds got a little annoying at times though. I understand that is a major part of the game play though. Speaking of the game play, Alpha Mission II is nearly impossible. I asked around, and found out that is part of this genre. Players have to have super human reflexes, skills, and everything else to do well in this kind of a game. I walked away more frustrated than anything else.

Alpha Mission II has offline and online modes. Alpha Mission II includes enough long levels to keep the hardcore gamers busy for a few weeks. Alpha Mission II is an older game which means it does not contain many of the upgrades of the current games. I would not personally pay ten dollars for Alpha Mission II on the Playstation 3. Especially when I can get entire compilations for the same price. And they contain all kinds of various games.

The biggest lesson I got from Alpha Mission II is I can do it all by myself. There are numerous war games out there, and current ones have the player as part of a team. They are not the only one out there destroying the enemy. Alpha Mission II has you as the last best hope. You die, and this insanely large wave of enemies will crush where you came from. I also noticed I could let them get by, and nothing bad happened.
- Kimp


Graphics: 53%
Sound: 62%
Replay/Extras: 64%
Gameplay: 59%
Family Friendly Factor: 57%
System: Playstation 3/PSP
ESRB Rating: 'E' for Everyone
{Mild Fantasy Violence}

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