Endgame for Sony PlayStation 2 (PS2)
Soothe that itchy trigger-finger in Endgame, a 2002 entry on the short list of light gun games created for the PlayStation 2. As in Namco's Time Crisis II or Konami's contemporary Police 911, EndGame players take a first-person view as they move through dangerous, realistic environments full of enemy shooters. Fast and accurate light gun marksmanship is required to take out agile enemies before they can get a clear shot of their own. Good tactics are important too, as interactive environments may provide just enough cover for a moment of relative safety between rounds. But enemies will try to position themselves safely behind barriers as well, and the AI has been designed for clever bad guys that adjust their strategy to the player's style. The shooting adventure unfolds across diverse environments in 20 different areas and the game offers several modes of play. Endgame is published by Empire Interactive, a company known for a diverse catalog which includes the action puzzle game Sheep, the flight sim MiG Alley, and Cunning Developments' own Pro Pinball series of games.