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Full Auto 2: Battlelines - Playstation 3

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3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (34 customer reviews) 67 / 100

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Platform: PlayStation 3
PlayStation 3
  • Take control of Staunton City by conquering the six different districts and taking control of opponent cars and weapons
  • Get behind the wheel of 25 different vehicles ranging from classic muscle cars and low riders to monstrous SUVs and industrial vehicles
  • Customize your death machine with more than 20 explosive weapons, plus as multiple paint schemes and wheel styles
  • Destroy the environment to dynamically change track conditions to block competitors, open new paths, or crush opponents with falling debris caused by well-timed missiles
  • Six different carnage-filled multiplayer modes ranging from classic deathmatches to unique base assaults and gladiator-style gameplay

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Product Details

Platform: PlayStation 3
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000G0OJJ2
  • Product Dimensions: 6.5 x 5.2 x 0.5 inches ; 5 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: December 7, 2006
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (34 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #18,216 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

Product Description

Platform: PlayStation 3

Product Description

Full Auto 2: Battlelines revs up its engines as the next generation of high-speed combat racing. The game is the sequel to the award-winning Full Auto, and this new standard of vehicular mayhem is exclusively available for the PlayStation 3 as a launch title. In Full Auto 2: Battlelines, the once-pleasant districts of Meridian City are turning into battle zones, rife with automotive destruction. Use explosive weapons, high-speed vehicles and skillful technologically-groundbreaking demolition of the environment to defeat your opponents and claim the city as your own.

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Full Auto 2: Battlelines revs up its engines as the next generation of high-speed combat racing. The game is the sequel to the award-winning Full Auto, and this new standard of vehicular mayhem is exclusively available for the PlayStation 3 as a launch title. In Full Auto 2: Battlelines, the once-pleasant districts of Meridian City are turning into battle zones, rife with automotive destruction. Use explosive weapons, high-speed vehicles and skillful technologically-groundbreaking demolition of the environment to defeat your opponents and claim the city as your own.



Explosive racing arrives on the PlayStation 3.


Vehicles are more resilient than you'd expect. View larger.


Muscle cars make great weapon mounts. View larger.


Environments are more destructible than ever. View larger.


Team up with friends in online battles. View larger.

Start it up and never look back
Full Auto 2 takes you right into the action and doesn't bother itself with a fluffy story line or lengthy cinematics- this game is all about hardcore cars and even more hardcore weaponry. Thankfully, the vehicles handle well and it's easy to quickly feel comfortable directing your ride while firing rockets and other munitions. And speaking of weapons, all the classics are back and improved, such as the front-mounted machine guns, shotguns, Titan Missles, and mini rockets. Rear-mounted weapons such as the smoke screen, mine layer, and flamethrower are also available for selection.

The appeal of Full Auto 2 is not difficult to explain: cars and explosions go together like a wink and a smile. The game's developers know the sweet feeling that can only come from mounting a full frontal assault from the drivers seat of an armored SUV. While the scenarios in the game are sometimes over the top, they are always fulfilling and exciting. If SUVs aren't your cup of tea, there are also classic muscle cars, low riders, monster trucks, and industrial vehicles to drive, enjoy, and destroy.

A trip around the "Razetrack"
All four racing districts from Full Auto have returned, but most are barely recognizable. The Outskirts District, for example, barely resembles its previous form- bigger landmarks, smoother drive paths, and new traffic vehicles make the experience of racing in the city one second and a canyon the next even more exhilarating. Each district also has new shortcuts and alternate paths, so even if you had mastered a route before, be prepared for an entirely new environmental challenge.

As if the existing districts weren't already plenty, Full Auto 2 adds two additional districts to the mix. The impressive Financial District is a maze of glass and iron, just waiting for some heavy artillery to rip it apart. Taking out major glass structures opens up new paths for racing and shortcut options. Just don't miss the exit window, or you'll be the one that's looking for cover.

The new Industrial District is like a jungle of massive machinery. This district, more than any other, seems to be created for the sheer fun of blowing everything in sight sky high. Nearly everything you see or race around can become a target. Huge explosions will engulf your enemies as you speed to the next weapon upgrade- driving on the wrong side of the tracks was never this much fun!

The scale of destruction that you can unleash upon your enemies and the environment is truly unique, and simply cannot be matched by other racing titles. Explosions can even trigger additional, larger explosions, creating a literal chain of destruction. Take out an oil barrel and watch it ignite some unsuspecting traffic. If the burning traffic makes a wrong turn, it can bring an entire building down!

Unlimited firepower with friends
Multiplayer modes are the centerpiece of any quality racing title and in this regard, Full Auto 2 doesn't disappoint. Gladiator and Team Gladiator feature deathmatch rules with a challenging twist: how can you possibly cooperate with teammates with all that tempting firepower on the road? Fortunately, it's extremely fun to gang up on the other team, especially if you can ram them from both sides or force them into a building or off the road.

Base Assault is a new multiplayer mode that plays as a sort of "capture the flag" on very destructive wheels. Teams must find a bomb power-up and carry it to their enemies' base to cause massive damage and score points. The first team to destroy their opponents' base wins. Because of the strategy required, this mode is online-only, and works great as an excuse to take your PlayStation 3 online. Full Auto 2 is so much more than simple "drive and gun," and the huge variety in the vehicles and environments permits for hours and hours of rocket launching fun.


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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Fantastically Fun Car Destruction Game January 15, 2007
Platform for Display:PlayStation 3
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
Full Auto 2 Battlelines for the PS3 provides fantastic racing / car destruction gameplay that has great graphics and very fun gameplay.

First, the setup. It is a rough and dirty future where a street gang sporting fast cars has taken over the streets, making the average citizen afraid to venture outdoors. A sentient computer system is trying to save the city, and wants you to infiltrate this gang to take it down. So you are street racing with machine guns and bombs in order to save the world :)

The game tosses you right into the fun with a triple mission of infiltration. You get races and kill-the-other deathmatches. Where it might be rough in other games to get thrown into the action, it's actually really fun here. You blast away with your machine guns, zoom around corners, and discover the secret paths to make your laps go more quickly. The basic objectives are relatively simple to hit, but you get encouraged to try again for the secondary objectives to get skins. I like that they tell you up front what you'll win if you hit your marks.

The graphics are very well done. The cities are gritty, with run down alleys and broken down storefronts. It's a lot of fun to blast away at the other cars, watching pieces fly and the environment destruct. You can cause many things to happen by destroying your world - buildings fall doesn on rival cars, new pathways open.

There isn't much to say here about sound. There's the sound of squealing tires, explosions and blasting weapons. Your computer friend has the calm, even voice that prods you onward in your quest. The music soundtrack is sort of a low key urban rhythm that is very unobtrusive and doesn't distract you when you are trying to juggle the 7 cars bearing down on you.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Car destruction mayhem July 31, 2007
Platform for Display:PlayStation 3
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
Full Auto 2 is a part racing, part blowing stuff up game. This game puts you behind the wheel of a variety of souped up vehicles equipped with various weapons and offers a number of ways to play, ranging from races (with weapons, of course) to 'Gladiator' mode deathmatches. There's a story driven career mode (the story is pretty weak, however) with events that offer both primary and secondary goals and reward you with unlockable vehicles, weapons, and skins for your vehicles. There are also many ways to play multiplayer, both online and in head to head offline mode.

The good and bad of the game:

THE GOOD:

- Tons of stuff to blow up and break. That's one of the great features of this game. In races you can take out streetlights, vehicles, glass buildings, and lots more, and in the gladiator fights you can wreak havoc by shooting tanker trucks full of oil and knocking over stacks of huge pipes (as well as much, much more). Driving through a building might result in your vehicle breaking through the floor and tumbling to the ground, and hitting certain parts of some structures may cause an entire building to collapse.
- The deathmatches, called Gladiator matches in the game, are a blast, even against the computer AI. With so much destructible stuff lying around the multiplayer maps become an absolute warzone with bullets, missiles, and explosions all over the place. The PS3 handles all the action pretty well too.
- You can create new paths by destroying certain parts of maps.
- Head to head multiplayer is a great option for offline gaming, and something that's lacking in a lot of games these days.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Online Gladiator is the Best May 29, 2008
Platform for Display:PlayStation 3
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
I don't see why this game gets bad reviews. Maybe it is because the vehicles you start with suck. Once you unlock a few cars and weapons, this game really picks up. The story in the campaign mode is a little over the top, but the gameplay is great and very challenging (in a good way). You can opt to breeze right through the game and unlock a lot of stuff on your way, or you can go through and systematically beat every challenge and sub-challenge for each stage and unlock everything. Regardless, once you have a little time under your belt, go immediately to the Online Gladiator matches. This is where the game really shines. The Ranked arena is frequented by some players with some great skills, and it is fun to try to keep up (unlike some games where it is frustrating to keep getting shot Online, this one gives you a fighting chance to stay alive by the lack of spawn camping that the game inherently has due to the fast and furious gameplay, open fields, etc, in addition to the ability you have to blast the turbos and get away from your pursuers). I've enjoyed this game more than any other PS3 game I have, including (dare I say it?) CoD4, R6V, and Assain's Creed. Those games are fun, but they just don't have the lasting appeal that FA2 has (CoD4 comes close as it is an awesome game for different reasons - still, I would rather be playing FA2).

The unranked arenas also give a few more choices for gameplay that you can't get on single player or in the ranked arenas, such as Base Assault (quasi-capture the flag-esque game) and the Cat & Mouse Race (2 slow moving trucks on opposing teams race while everyone else gets the fast & tough cars called Warlords that go and try to prevent the opposing teams truck from finishing first).
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5.0 out of 5 stars Feels like a Burnout game but with guns! Burnout + Guns = Awesome
Full Auto 2 is a fast paced arcade racer with guns and missiles thrown into the mix. Picture the movie Death Race if it didn't fallow the laws of physics and the slow cars still... Read more
Published 4 months ago by Scott B.
2.0 out of 5 stars Garbage
I loved the first Full Auto and beat it probably 3 or 4 times over the years. It's quick and fun and doesn't require too much thought. I'm not sure what happened in this game. Read more
Published 10 months ago by J. Hartigan
4.0 out of 5 stars good
likes the game because it has cars and it is a good game for a boy who loves cars too
Published 12 months ago by Iwona Zrodlo
5.0 out of 5 stars GREAT
STILL THE BEST DRIVER ONLINE.CAN'T WAIT TILL THE NEW VERSION OF THIS COMES OUT. NEED MORE TRACKS TO RACE ON.
Published 18 months ago by Andre Coleman
5.0 out of 5 stars good game
game was in good condtion. IT was a fun game. It came promptly and in orginal case ing. would buy again
Published 24 months ago by Sam B. Haddad
3.0 out of 5 stars It's OK for the Price
This was the first game I bought for my PS3, so naturally I was a lot more impressed with it when I first experienced it. Read more
Published on February 12, 2012 by MachineShopJoe
3.0 out of 5 stars dont like packaging!
I got this item as a Christmas gift for my Godsons, so I havent actually played the game, I really hope it works, however, I do not like the pack it came in; plain black case, but... Read more
Published on December 13, 2011 by kabryant09
1.0 out of 5 stars the game never worked
simply because i never got to play it when i got it piece of the drawing on the game was scratch off this game does not work. Read more
Published on November 26, 2011 by ann holder
1.0 out of 5 stars get what you pay for -__-
Condition was good a nd played smoothly but the game its self???!! A disgrace the worst title I have in my collection, I bought it for the multiplayer and because full auto 1 was... Read more
Published on October 2, 2011 by Christian Garcia
1.0 out of 5 stars SUCKS!
Ive been waiting forever for Twisted Metal so i was looing for some kind of racing shoot'em up destruction... you know what im saying, but this game bites. Read more
Published on May 14, 2011 by Anarchy 99
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