posted by Silentrich (FORT MYERS, FL) Jan 12, 2011
Member since Jan 2007
gamers (75%) found this review helpful
First off you have to have the right accessories. I have the navcontroller and battle rifle which makes the experience like the arcade. The navcontroller fits into the rifle as well as the Move controller. There's a dedicated trigger and you can calibrate it to aim down the sights. The game itself is 3 games in one and I had a blast playing all 3. The accuracy is spot on with the move and had no issues with calibration. Playing this game reminds me of being in the arcade and playing those shooters with built in guns. The graphics are good and the action is non-stop. They're not super long games, but they're not meant to be. They're really something for everyone and this game is made better by having split screen co-op. If you want to have fun with your move this is the game to get.
posted by ReplayTyHeretic (COTTAGE GROVE, OR) May 27, 2013
Member since May 2013
I've been a huge fan of the Time Crisis series. These games are great amounts of fun in the arcade. However, this game is pretty renowned as the worst in the series, what with it's low ratings.
This game isn't as bad as the score it's received. I'll admit, Time Crisis: Razing Storm isn't that good. The Arcade Mode mixes the two other games in the collection, Deadstorm Pirates and Time Crisis 4 Arcade, and the gameplay feels very nice and fluid. The Story Mode of the game is where it falters. The movement is stiff and the cover system is...sometimes responsive. In short terms, avoid playing Razing Storm's Story Mode, and you'll be fine.
Now for the other two games. Time Crisis 4 plays exactly like the arcade edition and Deadstorm Pirates plays in the same manner. It's pretty much the only reason to try this game out, but only if you have the PlayStation Move. Don't even try playing this with a normal controller.