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Condemned 2

Released on 04 April 2008

Rating: 18+ (BBFC)

4.0 out of 5 (64 customer reviews) | Write a review

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Players will assume the identity of Ethan Thomas, the former Serial Crimes Unit investigator, who's been called back to duty to track down his missing partner. As Ethan, players will engage in visceral combat using a variety of firearms, blunt instruments and an all-new fighting system complete with defensive and offensive combo chains. To help track the killer and solve the mysteries behind Condemned 2, players will crack open an all-new set of high-tech forensic tools. Using wits and brute strength, murders can be solved in a number of different ways to keep players guessing throughout each suspenseful investigation.

Featuring an all-new fighting mechanic and online multiplayer functionality, Condemned 2 is a first-person action thriller which immerses players in a world of psychological terror. Following a string of gruesome murders, players must use their deductive skills and brute force to track down sadistic serial killers.
  • Suitable for 18 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 18. By purchasing this product, you declare that you are 18 years of age and over.

Brutal in-your-face combat with brand new vicious combo attacks and over-the-top finishing moves. Bare-fisted combat, grappling, bone breaking and neck snapping - whatever it takes to disable the enemies.

    Online gaming for up to eight players with three unique modes. Never before has the Condemned universe supported online action!

      A bad-ass arsenal now totally expanded to include items taken straight from the environment. Tire irons, bricks, toilet seats, antlers, flaming 2x4s, mannequin arms and mop buckets, just to name a few. Pick your punishment!

        Massive gunplay made possible by powerful projectile-based weapons like the sub-machine gun, crossbow, shotgun, 9MM handgun, and .45 caliber pistol.

          Own your investigation with an inventive approach to solving crime scenes naturally sewn into the action. You will be rewarded with unlockable weapons and achievements along the way.

            Gritty realistic environments with secondary objectives and multiple path solutions so that players never get bored. Atmospheric elements and chilling ambiance that will make every player cringe at every turn.

              Smart and devious enemies featuring highly realistic A.I. behavior - befriend them, and they just might fight on your side.

              customer Reviews

               Average rating (64 reviews)

               Beware before buying PS3 version has sound issues!

              | | See all PFCHudson's reviews (1)

              I got my UK copy early yesterday from GAME uk and the 5.1 sound is messed up. Every 10 seconds or so the sound mutes for a second and then comes back and this process repeates almost constantly and is distracting.
              A quick search of Google shows that many owners of the game are experiencing this problem and Sgea's official advice is to use component cables and stereo sound only! Thanks Sega, that really spoils a game which relies on 5.1 asmospherics. Apparently Sgea and Monolith are looking into a patch but they're not coming across like it's a great priority for them.

               Demo Review

              | | See all beanz17beanz17's reviews (6)

              downloaded the demo and played it at midnight with my mates with all the lights turned off and the brightness on the screen really low

              really scary! oh my god it is scary, my mate almost refused to play anymore because he was scared, especially of the ghostly wheelchair

              brilliant to play with mates, although would get boring on your own in the day

               all this hype?

              | | See all Munzyts's reviews (2)

              I brought this game because every1 was like yeayeayea, Lots of blood, good graphics!!! When i got it n started playin i was like wdf? graphics are OK game play is OK, ONLINE IS 0/10 AND THE GORE IS NOTHIN 2 GET EXICTED ABOUT!! If u want 2 waste your money i suggest u buy this game! Very dissapointing.

               It's what you can't see that scares you.

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              Very few film or game makers understand the above phrase and sadly think people are scared by huge monsters or severed limbs and bucket loads of blood and guts. So when a horror game or film comes along that makes use of sound, lighting and ambience in the right way it's massively refreshing. This game does what you want any horror game to (although sadly few do...) it unnerves you and has you feeling reluctant to move forward further into the game world. And the best part is it does it all without in your face monsters and ridiculous amounts of gore, in fact the game's biggest strength is that it doesn't show the player too much, it doesn't offer an explanation for everything it leaves much to the imagination and is all the better for it. Another positive is the way the game and its story positions itself in a grey area between the realistic and the supernatural causing the player to question whether or not theres actually anything unexplainable going on or not.
              Then theres gameplay itself, the game focuses massively on close-quarters-combat and the variety and peculiarity of the melee weapons available makes more for some entertaining scraps.
              Theres also the CSI style forensics aspect which is a nice touch and breaks up the combat moments in the game well.
              Overall a truly brilliant and disturbing horror FPS.

               Grusome but brilliant!!!

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              I have just finished this game and what an experience!!! I have not enjoyed a game like this since Resident Evil 4. It has fantastic graphics and gameplay and is unnerving to say the least. Very threatening and violent but very playable. It is not for the squeamish but has to be played in the dark! Brilliant game making. 10/10.

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              Rating18+ (BBFC)