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|Platform:||Sony PlayStation 2||Genre:||Fighting|
In the most dangerous part of town, in a neighborhood dwarfed by the Mikado Group's massive headquarters, there sits a bar called Fate. In this seedy district, every place of business needs protection, and Fate has it three times over with a trio of bouncers, each with distinct styles and personalities, and each with a mysterious past. There is the massive Volt, strong and silent type with a pierced face and horn implants jutting out of his forehead; Kao, the multi-tattooed wise-cracker who's as handy with a joke as he is with a fist to the face; and Sion, a young fighter who brims over with a quiet sorrow. Together, they keep Fate clean of the riff-raff, while Sion takes care of a once homeless girl named Dominique Cross, who has become sort of the mascot of the bar itself.
But on one long night, Dominique is kidnapped by Mikado Group Special Forces on the eve of their new solar power satellite project entering its final stage. The three bouncers must take to the streets by any means necessary to discover why Dominique has been taken. Along the way they will meet all manner of strange and powerful foes, but they must press on. They must stop Mikado and it's sinister, bitter leader from unleashing a plot for global domination.
The Bouncer was developed by Square with the help of Dream Factory, who developed the Tobal series and had a hand in the 1998 free-range battle game EHRGEIZ. With The Bouncer, Square has attempted to blend the traditional aspects of side-scrolling beat-'em ups with their patented genre, the role-playing game. To that effect, they've created a game that is heavy on plot and cut-scenes, featuring multiple playable characters who gain experience points to power themselves up through the course of the adventure.
While the game is single-player, you can take on the role of all three characters during the course of The Bouncer's story mode. The game switches back and forth from cut-scenes and battle scenes. Before each battle scene, you're given a choice of which of the three characters you would like to play. Sion, Kao, and Volt all have their own move sets and independent fighting styles. At the end of each battle scene, you can take the Battle Points that you've earned during the course of the last battle and buy more life, more power or more defense, as well as a number of different special attacks. Picking different characters during different situations will change the flow of the plot slightly, and there will be occasions on which the three will split up completely. During battles in which the three characters are all present, the computer controls the other two characters.
After you've been through the Story Mode once, you can choose to go through it again, and again pick a different character at the beginning of each battle segment. This is so you may build up your characters to use in the other modes that The Bouncer features. The first is the Versus Mode, where you can play your powered-up characters as well as nine other characters from the game that are unlockable as you make your way through the Story Mode multiple times. Although the Story Mode is single-player, the Versus Mode features play for up to four people at once, as well as a Team mode where two players can take control of three-character teams. Along with the Versus Mode there is a single-player Survival Mode, where one person can pick a character and see how long they lasts against wave after wave of opponents.
|Publisher||Square Electronic Arts|
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||3142|
|Product Key Features|
|Platform||Sony PlayStation 2|
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|Number of Players||1-4|
|ESRB Descriptor||Animated Violence|
|Game Name Special Features||Smash through the evil Mikado Group's henchmen with three separate characters Combines action-adventure, fighting, and RPG game genres Use team attacks and special moves to take on multiple attackers at the same time|
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The Bouncer Great Game
There and many people who have strong opinions about Square Enix's game, The Bouncer. People tend to either love this game, for its powerful use of Playstation 2's Graphic Capabilities and its great music soundtrack. Other people dislike this game, for its constant CG Cutscenes, and how short the game is (you can beat the game in about two hours.) Many people do not realize that this game was intended to boast the PS2's capabilities, being a game that was released almost at the same time as the PS2, it still has great graphics to compete with modern PS2 Games. In the Bouncer, you can be one of three characters. After each battle, you get Experience Points (To Boost Your Class) and Skill Points (To increase life, stamina, strength or learn a skill.) Your two teamates fight along side with you, their AI is actually somewhat helpful. The entire time your trying to rescue a girl, which you learn more about. The storyline is not too clear, but makes more sense as time goes on. Overall the game is great in my opinion. It does have its faults but that is because they were trying to rush this game to come out at the same time as the PS2. Graphics and gameplay are excellent. Noriko Matsueda & Takahito Eguchi did a fantastic job on the sound. Its a brilliant game.
The Bouncer PS2 copywrite 2001
This was the first action RPG for the PS2 with a name reputation for RPG's online. It does a great job being an action rpg with the only downside of it being short as you can beat it quickly and master all three characters in a day or two. However it showed excellent graphic's and is the first game in history to use 5.1 surround sound. For that reason it should go into a museum as all first games to incorporate new features. Such as surround sound, 1080P etc should. Not because they are great but because they are historic for the gaming industry. As there should be a hall of fame for great games (I.E.)Halo, COD MW, MW2, Black Ops, FF7 etc.
Love The Bouncer.
I love the bouncer. The story is good. The graphics are good. The story is short but good. I only wish it had a few more game modes to choose from. My favorite characters are Mugetsu, Duragon, and last but not least Leann Caldwell. It combines action and role playing elements. It's also like watching a movie with the cutscenes.
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Square Enix's "The Bouncer"
Like someone else said, if you're a fan of Square Enix's work, this is a must have. I loved this game ever since I first played it. Alot of people have down sides to this game, but they all seem to be the same 3 things: FMV Game, too short, boring "street fighting" game. Personally, I love FMV. It broadens the story and moves along the character during transitions. I didn't really think there was too much in this game, but others may argue against that. I really didn't think it was much more than FFX, relative the game's play time. The game is short for a reason. You have 3 people to play as. Sure, this may be boring after a while, but you get the whole story from each perspective. Also, sometimes the 3 characters you can play as aren't in the same place helping each other, meaning that there's different things to do when you choose a different person. Not only that, but each individual has their own abilities and fighting style as well. Someone else also described that it was used to show off the PS2's capabilities, which I believe it does VERY well. Finally, there's the battle system. I never thought people would have a problem with this of anything. It's the same as every other action rpg Square Enix has done, and not same as in "the same boring thing", but same as in "the same system, yet uniquely done with every game they do." If you've ever played Kingdom Hearts or Final Fantasy XII, you won't have a problem with it. To sum my review up, I really believe that people who have reviewed this game poorly are more into "Capcom" type of games, that are solely for fighting non-stop. If you enjoy RPGs, love a great story, or have ever even touched one of Square Enix's games and thought it was enjoyable, try this. I find this game very hard to dissapointed.
An oldie still a goodie
I know alot of people tell me they hate this PS2 game for its lack of a free roaming mode and its control scheme. For me tho... I loved the game, Its story is a little on the weird side but when square is involved, the story will NEVER have much normal lol and its got GREAT replay ability. The things I dont like are A. The hit detection can be a pain sometimes *lined up with person to have fist miss their head by 2 inches, B. Computer AI pretty much sucks (your guys maxed out lose 90% health to a weak enemy) lol For as cheap as it is now tho, Id highly recommend anyone adding this to their library, for its flaws.. Its definitely worth the minor headaches