Neocrisis writes: The Bouncer, is a beat 'em up for the Sony PlayStation 2 video game console. It was co-developed by Squaresoft (now Square Enix) and Dream Factory.
the cutscenes looks pretty sweet
I played the game back when it launched, and to this day it is one of my favorites.
how old is it?
Would be nice if Square decided to come out with a sequel because there was hints of deep backgrounds to each character but I guess the chances are pretty much none.
As much as I still liked this game, I was always disappointed with the game not turning out like the trailer with the interactive environments (throwing chairs at enemies, kicking enemies off of railings, etc) and when the Matrix was popular it even showed the girl jumping in the air with the camera panning and then kicking an enemy. It was still a fun game though.
Yeah, that was my one disappointment, not having the matrix shots. but other than that, it was pretty fun and beautiful to boot.
Wish they would make a new one on PS3
yeah they do need to make one for ps3
Oh wow, the memories. Actually, I never did beat this game. Perhaps it is time to go back and finish it after such a long time.
The game was a short one. I remember there were unlockables for beating the game multiple times. I think I beat it with every character.
Amazingly and played through it about 2 weeks ago after I commented on the FF XIII trailer. The battle animations in that trailer reminded me ALOT of The Bouncer. So I busted it out for old times sake.
I remember playing it on all difficulties and that u had to beat the last boss several times. My first ps2 game to finish...and this was about 1293389 years ago.
All I remember is that, I didn't like this game.
The Single Player Aspect was kinda lacking but the game was just fun to0 play and the graphics looked great..still hold up well to this day.... I would gladly welcome a sequel ne day....
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