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Serious Sam 2 - Xbox

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Platform : Xbox
Rated: Mature
12 customer reviews
Metascore: 72 / 100

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  • Exciting action as you face wave after wave of giant alien mutants
  • Hop in your hover-car and get moving, strafing enemies -- 10 vehicles for you to pilot
  • Traverse 40 levels and seven different worlds as you collect five parts of a mysterious icon
  • Large environments give you plenty of room to shoot everything in your path -- and you have all the guns and ammo you need to do it
  • 16-player action online
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Serious Sam 2 has the wild shooter fun that made the first game so popular -- with all-new game elements, weapons and monsters to shoot up. You're back as Sam Stone, the giant hulk of a man who hates aliens. Which is good, because they're invading and Earth needs a bloodthirsty maniac like him to take 'em on!

From the Manufacturer

The series famous for relentless intensity is returning bigger, better looking, and more frantic than ever. Sam Stone is back to rescue the universe one bullet at a time against overwhelming hordes of time-traveling enemies in Serious Sam 2. Built from the ground up with a completely new engine, Serious Sam 2 will be a shot of adrenaline to the hearts of first-person shooter fans across the world. This is serious!


  • Runs on the newly designed Serious 2 engine with graphics, environments, and physics that are 100 times more complex than previous Serious Sam games.
  • Maintains the same level of extreme action that Serious Sam is known for. Despite its jaw-dropping visuals, Serious Sam 2 will surpass the onscreen enemy benchmark that the original Serious Sam games set.
  • Over 40 beautiful, expansive levels spread out over seven unique environments. Sam will travel through thick jungles, murky swamps, frozen tundra, futuristic cities, volcanic planets, and more. Each level is seriously enormous!
  • 45 newly designed enemy types for Sam to face. The Serious Sam series is known for its outrageous enemy personalities, and Serious Sam 2 will give players a lot more to laugh about.
  • New vehicular and animal-back combat! Engage in heart-thumping action atop wild, mountable animals and intense, death-dealing vehicles.
  • Online play for both PC and Xbox.

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  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 5.2 x 0.8 inches ; 3.2 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: October 10, 2005
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #44,317 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Meh on October 19, 2005
There's not much that can really be said in reviewing a game like this. If you've played the previous Serious Sam games, you know what to expect and you won't really be dissapointed.

If you've not played them, however, just try to imagine a game like Smash TV or Total Carnage in third person. You travel through gorgeous environments and battle wave after wave after wave of enemies that keep rushing at you, eager to blow themselves up or tackle you.

One thing, though, and the title of this review should have tipped you off, but you're better off going with the PC version. The Xbox graphics are fine, but they could be so much better.

The most troubling and inexplicable difference between the two versions, however, is that the final boss of the game is totally absent in the Xbox version. This seems like a terribly bizarre decision and there's no real reason for it. If that's important to you, go with the PC version. Serious Sam is, after all, notable for its boss battles. To remove one (and the final one, at that) is simply baffling and ultimately dissapointing.
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By coopertex on April 7, 2006
Serious Sam II, is a first person shooter (FPS) where you you are attacked by waves of alien creatures. The character you play named, Sam is a gung-ho character, dressed in jeans and t-shirt, he's a smart aleck and will spout funny one-liners during the game as he frags aliens with the variety of weapons. To progress to the next areas of the map you need to destroy all hostile aliens, some maps are closed off by some sort of gate and need to be unlocked; this is usually done by finding a switch or key somewhere or requires a minor puzzle to be solved. The gameplay is similar to the DOOM series in that aspect, but Serious Sam is more comical in nature. Serious Sam II just like its predecessor is serious about the shooting aspect; it has a very arcade-like feel and it is nothing like other FPS which are more like a simulator. Fans of the Rainbow Six series might not enjoy the aradey feel of this game because there is nothing cerebral about it. Most of the levels take place in lush tropical environments, lots of fauna and colorful palattes are used which look just a beautiful as the island levels from the game, FarCry. The alien creatures are unique in design and most of them are really mean demon/hybrid looking. The sound effects are just awesome and really take advantage of your speakers surround sound and subwoofers. Right from the start of the game you are equipped with a electric saw, dual revolver guns and one energy weapon. Of course you'll aquire even better weapons as you progress through the game, they all kick "serious" [...]! If you like FPS that are very arcadey I highly recommend this game, I also recommend DOOM and Red Faction II.

+excellent action
+excellent weapons
+excellent sound effects
+excellent graphics
+excellent level designs
+excellent controls
+excellent enemies
+bloody shoot-outs
+smooth framerate
+Sam is a funny characters
+very arcadey
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By M. CARSON on September 18, 2014
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If you've ever asked anyone, what is the best fps on the original xbox? Chances are, they will say "halo: combat evolved". But honestly I would have to say serious Sam 2 takes that award by a long shot, let me explain. First of, the shooting is hands down, the best I've seen in any fps. It's just beautiful almost as if your skillfully playing a violin, it's just that good. The enemy's either explode in a puff of blood and bones, or just, well explode it's pure fun. Second, the graphics are great! There are jungles, futuristic sky city's, Hong Kong (it's named pong Kong in game),fairy tale kingdoms, etc. It's really just beautiful, compared to the "modern" Brown, and grey ruined city's. Third, the levels are very non linear and encourage exploration to find secret weapons, health, armor, and ammo. It really reminds me of level layout like quake, and doom meets halo. And of course this is a serious Sam game so we have a one-liner action hero everyone has known and loved, although he's not nearly as funny this time around unfortunately. But it's a small complaint. One important thing to note this game is really really hard, it uses a life system which is actually implemented really well honestly, and I'm surprised more games don't use this. The boss fights are also really interesting and probably the most balanced and fun bosses I've seen in a long time. All in all I would recommend this game to game to just about anyone, since its easy to pick up and play. 9.5/10
P.S. the final boss fight, "the mental institution" is not in the game unfortunatel,y only on pc.
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As a fan of Serious Sam for many years, I played every Serious Sam title on PC and console, with the exception of Serious Sam II, due to bad reviews from reviewers and fans of Serious Sam. After many years, and because Serious Sam 3 is almost here, I decided to finally bite on this game and I'm very glad I did.

Yes, Serious Sam II is a departure from the main Serious Sam formula, which consists of tons of enemies spawning on an open, arena-based map; however, Serious Sam II is more about structure and variety instead of one large map with hundreds of spawning enemies. Taking lessons from games with more linear map design, Serious Sam II's enemy encounters are spread out and the levels have more natural flow to them, like in most recent games. Now, I'm not saying levels aren't large and open, because they most certainly are, but instead of one large square map, you actually have level design that somewhat funnels you down a path, which allows for more structure and variety in encounters.

Also, Serious Sam II has vehicles, which are fun and a nice change of pace. The first one you'll encounter is a dino that you can ride and take out enemies with.

I can understand why some older Serious Sam and Painkiller fans were turned off by this departure, but I actually enjoy that there's more meat to this adventure than just mindless action 100% of the time. Don't get me wrong, I also love mindless action, but Serious Sam II was a great departure and is vastly underappreciated.
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