Virtua Cop 2
I'm so glad that I will soon have another game that uses the gun I bought with the first Virtua Cop! The gun itself is so cool it that seems like a shame to waste it on only one title. Actually, there are quite a few others coming from third parties, but none has the big name-recognition that this coin-op big boy packs. Virtua Cop 2 takes a quantum leap ahead of the first game, and it's coming to blow you away.
Last year, the original Virtua Cop helped the Saturn to enjoy a healthy Christmas season and drove parents nuts with kids shooting people on their TV sets.This year promises more of the same, except for the fact that Sega needs to make more of the VC guns available, hopefully at a lower price, Virtua Cop 1 puts you In all-new police situations, including an Insane car chase and bank hold-up,This sequel is much tougher than Vlnua Cop and will, we hope, feature more bonus options than its predecessor.The enemies are more varied now. and are detailed with extra texture maps which give the game an edge over the first edition. There is no rest for law enforcement's finest.
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Before the Dreamcast was released, much speculation was made about whether Sega would release a "Sega Ages" collection chock-full of Model 2 classics. After all, Sega's 128-Bit monster had specs that surpassed even the Model 3 board. While we wait for VF2, both Gunblades, Daytona and Rally, Sega offers us an updated Virtua Cop 2. There's a little good news, and a lot of bad news. The good news is that we now have another game that uses our dusty DC light guns. Unfortunately, VC2 is a disappointing port of the PC port of the Saturn version. That's right, VC2 is a PC port. Sure, the graphics have been touched up a bit from the PC game (mainly texture quality and frame-rate), but not much else has been enhanced. If you've never played VC2 before, go check out this game--in an arcade. VC2 is out now in japan.