4 out of 5
You will love the action
Being a sequel to Crusader No Remorse, the plot in the game starts right after from where it ended and you have the same mission to conquer and the same hero to control. For those who have not yet tried the previous version, it is an action game where you mission will be to go on the moon to help the local resistance against the WEC. The game is though quite old but has a lot to fascinate even the young gamers of today. Starting with the options in the game, you have variety of missions which have their distinct dynamics and scenarios which have been designed with a lot of creativity. I loved the way the controls work allowing you to flow instantly into the action and jump out of it. The screen is not a scrolling one and loads in real time. The graphics that the developer has designed are well exceeding their time and are very smooth for the action that it features. The music is also very creative and realistic and is well with the action theme. The only thing lacking in the game is that the levels are only 10 but the amazing gameplay and the good graphics make it a very good sequel.
4 out of 5
No regrets playing this action game!
Crusader No Regret is the second entry in the Crusader series, probably one of my favorite oldschool action games. The game starts off 46 hours after the event from No Remorse. You play as the same hero as before, the Silencer, and your job is to undermine the WEC's presence on the moon and help the local resistance. The game has a total of 10 missions, which seems less, but the payoff is too good and you may overlook the short number of missions. The gameplay is great in the game, due to the fluent controls. However, I'm not very pleased of the fact that the screen doesn't scroll. Instead, whenever you need to go to another screen, it loads instantly. The graphics and sound of the game are both great. Overall, Crusader No Regret is a great action game, with great graphics, fluent controls and a good story.