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10 September 2007
Deceived
I enjoyed the time I spent with Tecmo's Deception games on the PS1. I've spent about an hour with Trapt, a sequel of sorts on the PS2. I've seen exactly three features which distinguish it from the original trilogy:
  1. Nice 3D graphics
  2. Decent sounding Japanese voice work
  3. Attractive women dressed in trashy leather clothing
Other than that, it's just like the previous three games, down to the horribly translated English subtitles and overwrought death confessions.

Seriously, I am fairly sure that even the first few missions are exactly the same enemies in the same rooms that I played in Deception III: Dark Delusion.

Sad, Tecmo. Really, really sad. Then again...I did buy it.

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--Matt Matthews at 21:54
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I enjoyed the time I spent with the first Tecmo's Deception game on the PS1.

I'm not sure how much I'd still go for that style these days though, and am not sure how much has changed across the various games. Should I consider looking at more than the cover art of Trapt?

I should note that I don't really have issues with not finishing games. As in, it doesn't really bother me to stop halfway after I've had my fun or moved on to something else.

By Blogger Baines, at 11 September, 2007 19:41  

"Seriously, I am fairly sure that even the first few missions are exactly the same enemies in the same rooms that I played in Deception III: Dark Delusion."

Well, that seem to be cribbing from the Namco playbook for Ace Combat. Has Namco introduced a single new mission in Ace Combat since the first game Air Combat? I guess I'm whining now, so I'll crawl back in my hole and mumble to mayself.

By Blogger MonkeyKing1969, at 11 September, 2007 19:44  

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