FINAL ZONE II
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(c)TELENET JAPAN 1990
Release : 1990-3-23 (•5780)
CDRom≤ TJCD00006
Shooter / Action game

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Released in America as
FINAL ZONE 2
( TGXCD1008 )
Final Zone 2 is a multi-scrolling shooter by Telenet. The hero of the game and his friends are part of special army forces and the story starts onboard a space station orbiting somewhere around Earth, or at least a planet looking like Earth. Suddenly, things go horribly wrong and the ship gets under attack. The team get sucked out in space and land back on the planet and to make things worse, they all land in different locations. Final Zone 2 is an 'Ikari Warrior' kind of game where the player takes control of a heavily armed character with unlimited ammo and hardcore weaponry. As the game progresses, different members of the team can be activated and played - as long as the player retrieves them from where they landed after the explosion. The game features seven stages and short animated cutscenes unfold the story as the game progresses.
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Teaser text from the american version:
You swore bloody vengence when ZOD blew your satellite crew to shreds. Now it's payback time! Your New Age Power Suits turn each member of your elite force into a walking arsenal of destruction, each with its own awesome fighting power. But you're just five against a renegade weapons society responsive for killing billions! Choose the fighter best armed to face ZOD's devastating forces in each level of combat as you fight battle after furious battle for the final zone!


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Final Zone 2 is very disappointing. This is what Telenet has to offer most of the time - correct graphics and in-game animations (even if they tend to be on the ugly side here) but really bad gameplay. Nonetheless, the game keeps reinventing itself and a couple of nice surprises are sprinkled here and there. The game's overall idea is also quite unique and retrieving your team members one at the time is a fun feature - but, unfortunately, little else is of any note.. I don't recommend this game, or only if you find a really cheap copy.




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