Die Hard Trilogy 2: Viva Las Vegas - PlayStation

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Die Hard Trilogy 2: Viva Las Vegas (PlayStation)
Also for: PC
Viewed: Combination First-person / Third-person Genre:
Shoot 'Em Up
Arcade origin:No
Developer: n-Space Soft. Co.: Fox Interactive
Publishers: Fox Interactive (GB)
Released: 24 Mar 2000 (GB)
Ratings: 15+
Accessories: Analogue JoyPad, Light gun (GunCon), Memory Card, Digital JoyPad, Mouse, NegCon, Dual Shock JoyPad, Light gun (standard)
Features: Vibration Compatible


John McLane, top cop and the worst nightmare a terrorist ever had, prowls the glittering streets of Las Vegas as the hunter and the hunted. Invited to the city of neon by Kenny Sinclair, an old police buddy from New York, McLane ends up smack-bang in a heap of trouble, and at the business end of a gun. His friend Sinclair has taken up a new position as warden of the Mesa Grande jail in Vegas, and has invited the maverick McLane to a party in the prison being thrown in Sinclair’s honour. Unfortunately, and unknown to McLane, the inmates are determined to spoil the fun by starting a riot, just as the party gets started.

McLane, once again on suspension from duty, can’t believe his (bad) luck. Sinclair, of course, asks the singlet-clad cop to help out, and so McLane finds himself in a familiar situation in an unfamiliar town. As always, the detective stands ready to die hard, but the odds are against him as he battles terrorists intent on wiping Sin City off the map.

The action truly is non-stop as you blast your way through twenty-five levels of barely controlled mayhem in three different game styles. Choose the part of the Trilogy you like best, Sharpshooting, Extreme Driving or Adventure, or play in Movie Mode and combine all three as you send McLane into his toughest battle yet.