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Time Crisis Razing Storm by Bandai Namco Entertainment America Inc.




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  • Animated Blood
  • Mild Language
  • Violence
Time Crisis Razing Storm is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 13.
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  • Platform: PlayStation 3
  • Publisher: Bandai Namco Entertainment America Inc.
  • Developer: Bandai Namco Entertainment America Inc.
  • Category: Move

Product Details:

Popular Arcade Shooter Charges into Homes with Enhanced Gameplay, Special Content, and PlayStation®Move Support RAZE YOUR ENEMIES! An influential and dangerous international military organization decides to declare war against the United States. As part of an elite task force, SCAR, you're being deployed to South America for the purpose of capturing the mastermind behind this conflict. Destroy everything in sight, from the environments to the futuristic terrorists aiming to take you down! With an arsenal of weapons at your disposal, navigate through destructible environments and raze anyone or anything that stands in your path. The future of the free world depends on you, soldier.

  • Wage war in 4 exciting gameplay modes:
    • Arcade Mode (1-2 players) - Annihilate enemies with your friends. The arcade hit is now available in the bunker of your own living room! Keep track of the competition with online rankings.
    • Story Mode (1 player) - This free-roaming mode allows you to shoot at will in all-new stages. Get more action than ever before!
    • Sentry Mode (1-4 players) - Prisoners have escaped and you must stop them in their tracks. See which of your friends can get the highest score before time is up!
    • Online Battle Mode - For the first time in the Time Crisis series, up to 8 players from around the world can engage in multiple online battle modes.
  • PlayStation® Move Controller support - Blast your enemies with the all-new motion controller for highly realistic combat.
  • Destruction! - The first Time Crisis game to have fully destructible environments. Now, you can obliterate anything that gets in your way.
  • Futuristic Weapons - Use cluster shot, rocket launcher, and sniper rifle to take the terrorists out! The battle never gets old with this arsenal.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Too short. Time crisis. There are many things to note about this game, I will go through each. If you want a simple minded “It’s good/it sux” and no reasoning, please look through other reviews. What you must know about this game, is that it’s 3 games in one, all of them are arcade style. The games are as follows. Time Crisis Razing Storm Time Crisis 4 Pirates Each one is similar, but different. Some detailed descriptions follow. All of these require the move “eye”, and different varieties of move set ups. Razing storm. This is the coolest one of all, takes action in the future. You fight mechs, Halo type drop ships, etc etc. Time crisis fans know these games usually have a pistol as the default weapon. This one is a machine gun, and only goes up from their. Couch co op is possible on here, my buddy and I just beat it… in less then an hour. A thing to note is it’s amazingly short. As a game designed for arcades, instead of save points or check points, it’s “Continue? Insert 4 coins” but since it’s on the console, anytime you die it’s simply “continue?”. What this means is you are basicially invincible, no way of death, aka no real challenge. The only challenge is getting more points/kills then your co op buddy. There is a “free style” mode which simply doesn’t keep track of points, and a “statistics mode” that keeps score. Same thing, but statistics make it more worth it. Biggest issue with this, is how short it was. I mean literally one hour into it and it was over. It was only 1 mission, with three very short stages. I know it was designed for arcades, but come on! Controls required for co op? 1 move controller per player. There is however a “story” mode, where you can die. I played it briefly, it was interesting, but at the same time kinda frustrating with my move gun set-up. I feel like they could’ve planned out the controls for the solo play much more carefully. Crouching around a corner you have to aim up, off the screen. In other words when you look around a corner, or over an object, ur not ready to shoot a guy, you have to aim way down before you can even begin to focus on him. Another thing that the solo play REALLY needs is move sensitive calibration. Aka if you move it horizontally, does the crosshair zoom by? Or does it go very slow. It’s hard to aim at something when moving it even a thousandth of an inch in ur hand, moves the crosshair from one side of the screen to the opposite instantly. (kinda exaggerated but it seems as bad) This one improvement would make the entire soloplay enjoyable, rather then something I can’t even begin to test out. For solo play (story mode) it requires 1 move controller, plus one navigation controller. (can substitute regular playstation dual shock controller for navigation controller. One thing that’s neat about TCRS is the destruction. If your enemy is behind a cement pillar, you can keep shooting the pillar, until your bullets cut through the pillar, and hit him. You can destroy corners, ledges, catwalks, glass, crates, desks, etc etc. Your enemies can hide, but with enough bullets, there cover will disintegrate. Think battle field bad company, or battlefield 3, not nearly as detailed (you can’t bring down entire buildings) but it started in that direction. Time Crisis 4. Biggest thing to note about this game is it wasn’t designed for playstation (or any console) just that big time crisis stand console that you see in arcades (like 10 feet wide for two, 5 feet deep, 7 feet tall) It was merely retro-fitted for the move. What does this mean? Well when doing same room co op on the arcade mode, each player gets a big 42(ish) inch tv. So it’s a tv that’s roughly 80inches by 24 inches. When you smoosh those two screens into one tv, it’s a very thin bar, and small screens. I have a 42 inch wide screen tv. With this game, each screen is only… like 15 inches tops. Over 60% of my tv is blacked out and unused. What does this mean? For one it’s very hard to see. My buddy and I had to scoot closer, a lot closer. Pretty sure we burnt out eyes a bit from being only like 2 feet from a 42inch tv. Even then the screens are so tiny, that it’s hard to see targets, and crosshairs. Even if you have one of those 5000$ 70 inch tvs, that translates into two screens that are roughly what.. maybe 20-25 inches? That’s equal to modern flat screen tv’s u see in kitchens. Tiny tiny. Like TC Razing Storm, when you die it’s simply “continue” aka you never die. So there’s no real challenge, other then beating your highest score, and buddies score’s. Couch co op is possible, but it’s completely not worth it, pain in the rear. This game requires 1 move controller per person. Solo is a lot better, but let’s face it, TC is best in co op. Pirates. This game is very entertaining, but also challenging. This game you actually can die in and you have to restart the “stage”. It’s basically a group of pirates, and two of them happen to have “golden guns”. It’s back in the musket years, but these “golden guns” (can we call them GG’s?) put modern day weapons to shame. For one, they never run out of ammo, you don’t even reload them. They are machine guns. A very interesting mechanic in this game is that when you both fire at the same thing (aka bullets are hitting the same mark) you get bonus damage. Many opponents won’t die without the damage bonus. It’s an interesting concept, and makes you work as a team. This is like the time crisis games. There is no controlled moving, just shooting. The game walks you to different areas by itself. Another interesting concept is that you have to steer the ship. What this consists of is a wheel, which you both must move your controllers in a circle as fast as possible either clockwise (to turn right) or counter clockwise (to turn left). You both must turn it as a team. If you turn it opposite directions, it won’t turn at all. Most of the time it prompts you one direction or the other. But there is a point where you must navigate a maelstrom with plenty of wrecked ships in it, it’s hectic and brought out the child laughter in me and my buddy. It’s also interesting as “Pirates of the Caribean” fans, we started cracking jokes. There are ships sailed by skeleton crews (like the first POTC) there’s a ship that looks just like the black pearl, there’s a maelstrom, and even a kraken. And that’s just the 2/5 of the stages we’ve played. This game like the other two, is pretty short. There’s I think 5 stages, each stage takes maybe 10-20 mins to complete, but it is a challenge. Couch co op is possible, required controller is the move controller, no navigator. Solo I didn’t notice, but I don’t think this game has a special solo mode, same as the co op mode just one player instead of two. No (completely different controller layout/story) Ultimately each of these games are very short, but that’s why they threw the three together. One of these is worth maybe 10$. 10$ times the 3 of them equals 30$, which is the current price to buy new. I say it’s a fair value. I highly recommend these for couch co op. For solo play? Eh, I’d push more towards something else. Parents note, there is virtually no gore in this game. Most games when you shoot someone, at the very least blood comes out right? On this game when you shoot someone, it’s a big white spark. In no way gory. The most gore is the fact that it puts a >>pretend<< gun in the players hand. If you can get past that, there’s no gore at all.
Date published: 2011-11-10
Rated 4 out of 5 by from good game cant go wong with an old school arcade style game ... buy it , play with move
Date published: 2011-09-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Not Call of Duty and That's a Good Thing This game is not Call of Duty. This is an arcade rail shooter with an FPS game also included. The FPS game is has some seriously ridiculous weapons including a semi-auto harpoon gun that holds 160 harpoons, and when you shoot someone with it they fly backwards across the room until they stick to a wall. No blood or graphic gore is visualized, just good old fashioned fun. Unlike another reviewer, who obviously didn't play the game very long, the FPS mode does have a cover system. All you do is tilt the PS3 controller up when standing on one of the thousands of cover spots and the game will automatically make you duck back into cover. This game is not Move Required so those of you without it can still enjoy it. Great levels, good graphics, and awesome boss fights make all the games in this collection worth the price. If you have never played a Time Crisis game before, you are missing out and this is an amazing purchase. If you are not sold by the price tag, you can get Time Crisis 4 by itself for much much much cheaper, although it is not Move compatible.
Date published: 2011-09-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A just plain random mindless fun experience! It was fun. I mean it's just shooting. That's it. Buy it if you want.
Date published: 2011-08-14
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Time Crisis 4 Bundle Saved It For me, the game was a let down. The new Time Crisis part of the game was nothing like any Time Crisis I had ever played. You can't hide or anything like that, so I was a bit hard pressed to enjoy it to its full potential. I feel that without Time Crisis 4 being bundled with this game, I would have taken it back to the store and demanded a refund. Time Crisis 4 was an awesome game and I really enjoyed it, along with the Pirates game that also comes bundled. Razing Storm was a complete let down though. While the arcade style shooting was DECENT at best, the actual first person shooter part of the game was TERRIBLE. I can honestly say that I felt like going and playing GoldenEye for the N64 would have been more worth my time than playing that part of the game... And that GoldenEye was a better made game than the FPS style game that Namco attempted to make. I cannot recommend Razing Storm, only Time Crisis 4. I will say that Razing Storm would probably make a good party game (with a lot of PS3's and people) Hope this helps someone.
Date published: 2011-05-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from fun short classic this game is best with the move very fun hard exiting at a good price good deal
Date published: 2011-05-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from The Bigger, The Better... I hooked my PS3 up to my projector and blasted this game onto my wall. With a 105 inch screen this game is fantastic. The bigger your screen the more you'll enjoy this game. I have a Move and the Guncon. Depending on the situation is whether either one is better. But rest assured, if you have either one you'll enojy this game. Providing you have a big TV. It wasn't much fun on my 40 inch. But I'm spoiled. Lots of fun for kids and adults. For example. My dad never games. He loves this game. Nuf said.
Date published: 2011-03-10
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great PS Move Game at first was a bit skeptical about getting this game but after i got it i loved it! its basically having the arcade in your house. the controls is extremely easy so its great for everyone. even my gf, who hates video games, loves playing this shes played more then i have lol but overall a great game to have to your collection!
Date published: 2010-12-23
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