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Die Hard Trilogy 2: Viva Las Vegas, Action, 2000



Developer: n-Space

Publisher: Fox Interactive

Damageable vehicles: Yes

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Star Wars Fanatic EN (494)

2008-11-06 15:21

If there was one game that really didn't need a sequel, it would be Die Hard Trilogy. If there was one game that smelt like a badly executed cash in of its predecessor's success, it would be Die Hard Trilogy 2. Let me make things clear - as the confusing title would suggest, Die Hard Trilogy 2 has absolutely nothing to do with the films in the series unlike the first game, and follows a new story involving John McClane in Las Vegas. Like the first game, it featured 3 different genres of gameplay, with a third person shooter, first person shooter and a driving game. Unlike Die Hard Trilogy however, these can either be played separately or in the game's movie mode, which inter cuts each genre into a story mode. Unfortunately, each genre pales in comparison to the original game - even the graphics are inferior which isn't good for a game that came out 4 years later. The driving game was fortunately easier than the one before it, but most of it revolves around ramming other cars and reaching destinations within a time limit, which becomes tedious very quickly. Overall, Die Hard Trilogy 2 is like the Star Wars Holiday Special - it bares no significance to the franchise, was cheaply made and is best forgotten.

The game also becomes downright bizarre towards the end. The last level features a UFO which you have to chase:



And then there is a bonus level with some sort of playable spaceship:



UFOs and spaceships in Die Hard? It makes perfect sense.


-- Last edit: 2008-11-06 15:26:25

1973 NL (3)

2010-04-16 16:22

It would be better if this game was a game of its own, with a diffrent name like: Shoot, Drive or Die !

Frankenstein

2011-08-08 15:31

There is also a 'mouse level' in the 3rd Person Action/Adventure mode, and a level in the prison in which you have to kill all mimes in the Sharpshooting mode too.

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