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Condemned 2 MP "Crime Scene" = Awesomeness

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We have had some damn good write ups here in the c blogs about the single player campaign. I'm not too sure however if the MP has been touched on. The bottom line is, its fun. Its alot of fun. It is somewhat limited, but luckily there are pipes, wrenches, hammers and plenty of other awesome things going in its favor. There are only 4 modes, Deathmatch, Team Deathmatch, Bumrush and my favorite, Crime Scene.

Crime Scene is the shit, and it is something along the lines of a search and destroy match from COD4, only different. There are so many things that can happen in these matches and its all pretty entertaining. The basic premise is 2 teams, one team hides 2 boxes (with a head in each) and the other team has to find the boxes. The team without the boxes starts of with guns, (they wont last long so use each bullet wisely) and a tracking device to locate the boxes. Having one person hold the tracking device with the other 3 protecting is pretty sweet and requires a good amount of communication. Teamwork is essential and its a lesson you will learn the hard way if the other team catches you anywhere all by yourself. (you will have no chance) The group beatdowns in this scenario are hilarious.

There are only 4 maps I believe, but they are all pretty sweet (especially vertigo) which has more graffiti than New York. This is the type of game fans of the original would have purchased even without a MP but luckily for us, this MP portion is FUN.

If anyone is down to catch a beatdown, hit me up tonight, send a request GT: big filth

If you are on the fence about this game, its definitely a good pick up. If you have it but havent got to fully explore the MP, I think youll be pleasantly surprised. Maybe even hooked like me.

Also, sledgehammers will rape your face.
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About big filthone of us since 8:08 PM on 10.05.2007





Hello Destructoid. I play a decent amount of video games and spend just as much time (if not more) reading and writing about them. Why? Thats a good question. I'll have to get back to you on that one. In the meantime, i'd like to play some games and read and write about them.

I've been doing a small amount of blogging in the recent months and I recently decided that if i'm going to be doing that, I might as well do it here where someone might actually read it. Who am I kidding? Noone will actually read it.

I don't really enjoy writing, I do however get an amazing satisfaction from spell check. I'm old school. I remember the day I got my NES like it was yesterday, 1985. Well, actually I remember the year better than the day. Give me a break I was only 5. Do you remember when you were 5? Ok then.

Moving on. My next console was the Sega Genesis. Some of my best memories of that era revolve around the "beef" between the Genesis owners and the Super Nintedno owners. This wasn't some bullshit make believe beef like the "East Coast/ West Coast" beef was. This was real beef. You know, the type were "ya mom's ain't safe to walk the streets". I still have the "SEGA" tattoo across the belly to prove it.

Next was the Sega Saturn. (i did have the 32x and the Sega CD but those are hardly worth talking about as far as I'm concerned.) The Saturn was cool. I remember being rather impressed by the graphics and falling in love with Tomb Raider. Not because of the girl like some of you perverts but because it was just amazing. Somewhere around this time frame I was feeling a little bit of envy towards the Nintendo 64 guys. I don't know why I got off the Nintendo side of things, it wasn't intentional. I stepped into the Sega universe with nothing but the fondest memories of my Nintendo days. But alas, what can one do when receiving such things as gifts. Either way, I was quite happy with my Sega Saturn. That was until a new friend introduced me to his Playstation. (Although that might have sounded gay, by no means was it meant to.) He showed me how much better Tomb Raider looked, and how much better Tekken was compared to anything I had on the Saturn at the time.

This is where it all changed. I was sold. I needed a PlayStation. Even if it meant doing the unthinkable. Getting rid of the Sega Saturn.

And so it was done.

Moving into the the next generation, my recollections aren't quite as clear. I remember having a PS2 and I remember buying my Dreamcast. I don't know which came first but I know the guy who lived upstairs from me could burn those Dreamcast games onto cd's and they would play like a dream. I know he would give me 5 games for 5 dollars, and I know he seemed to have them all.

Could the PS2 do that? I suppose I could use Google and find an answer to that, but I'm trying to prove a point. What is the point? The point is SEGA KICKED ASS and they were steamrolled by SONY! That actually doesn't prove that point in any way, but you know what I mean.

Many years pass

Despite having my beloved Sega Dreamcast tucked away safely in a bed of pirated discs in my closet I purchased my 2nd PS2. This may have had something to do with the fact the DC had long been discontinued by this point.

Perhaps an XBOX would have been a good choice at this point? I was hardly aware of what was REALLY going on in the video game world by this time. I was on the outside looking in. Clueless. Much like I am today. The only difference is, I now have an XBOX 360.

It's definitely had a huge negative impact on my life. My wife moved out. My kids never answer the phone when I call and I cant seem to keep a job for more than a few weeks.

Just Kidding. I'm actually a pretty cool guy and I'm just working on finding the perfect balance of time between playing COD4 and bangin' super hot models.

Cerealy.
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