Full Auto 2: Battlelines
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|Full Auto 2: Battlelines|
|System(s): PlayStation 3, PlayStation Portable|
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Full Auto 2: Battlelines is a racing game developed by Pseudo Interactive for PlayStation 3 and Deep Fried Entertainment for PlayStation Portable, and published by Sega. It is the sequel to Full Auto.
Full Auto 2 features the same controller configuration as the Xbox 360 version. The points system from the first game was removed. The upgrades for the weapons from the front and rear are no longer featured in the game. It features Base Assault (online only) where one team must defend the base, while the others will charge and destroy their rivals, as well as their base.
In the single player mode, players have to get to the end of the track by a certain time or destroy a certain amount of objects or vehicles to win. The player also at times must complete a race by making sure an ally survives the laps or time allotted.
Career mode entails that the player completes primary objectives to continue/pass the level. Players may also complete secondary objectives each level, but must complete the primary objectives first to complete the level to earn the completed secondary objectives. Through the completion of primary and secondary objectives the player earns new vehicles and weapons and vehicle skins. At the end of the game the player faces the robot car SAGE, which apparently is out of control. On the first mission you start with machine guns and smokescreen.
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PlayStation 3 version
PlayStation Portable version
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