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.hack 2: Mutation - Review @ Silven Crossroads

(PS2: Single-Player RPG) | Posted by Dhruin @ Thursday - June 12, 2003 - 10:17 -
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A glowing review of .hack 2: Mutation can be found at Silven Crossroads. The final score is 9 and here's a snip:

For fans of Dot Hack: Infection, the first Dot Hack game, this game can be considered more of the same, with a higher difficulty, more variation in monsters and dungeons, and more quests then were given in the original. I feel confident recommending this game to anyone who was a fan of the first, and would even go as far as to say that once this series is finished, if you take the whole set of four games into account, you could very well consider this the greatest console RPG of all time. I love the way the story is shaping up, and how “hopeless” Kite’s situation seems. Not only do you meet new enemies and friends, but players will eventually find out exactly how deep the “rabbit hole” goes, to steal a phrase from a popular movie. One scene late in the story, where Kite finds himself in a hidden “Town” inside the game, freaked me out considerably.
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