- Feb 13, 2012
I can see that. Though I personally didn't find DC 2 to be frightening at all - mainly because it played too much like an arcade game.
I can see how that makes sense, I just never felt overwhelmed. Well, at least not in my recent play-through. When I originally played the game 15 years ago though, I do remember feeling terrified of fighting against the raptors.I like this script from the Q&A section of the Japanese DC2 guide:
Yeah, that's how I would describe it too. That's what makes it so fun to play and it's enough to keep me coming back when I can.Yes there is much more tension in the first game. I believe Dino Crisis has the strongest common enemy in any game.
DC2 is certainly a different experience. I wouldn't call it horror, but it does have its challenges. Bringing a more "think on your feet" approach.
Ridiculously old quote from page 1. said:She seemed mighty passive and indifferent in this game, though, like she didn't have an opinion about anything. It was severely disappointing.
Actually, DC2 has one of the most complex plot lines I've looked into. It adds it's own additions while continuing what's been previously established about Third Energy from the first game. I know the game might seem a little mindless at a glance, but there were 6 writers responsible for the scenario of DC2 and it shows.It's a difficult thing to judge, I think. Mediocre comes to mind, at least when it comes to the story, but I'm not satisfied with that answer. If the writers hadn't insisted on so much time travel BS at the expense of everything else it could have been great.