I think the fact that there are different enemies, obstacles, and the such in later zones is enough in the upgrade department. The main reason I find upgrades of some sort important is so that the game doesn't get stale. Some visual variation would be welcomed. Love the game, it's super fun!
I used to always play Raze, but then I got onto TDP4, which was similar but had so much more time of gameplay. I'm really liking Raze 2, I'm glad there's a sequel, and I can't tell you how happy I am that you CAN'T buy money in this game. Still no multiplayer, though. Oh well, small misgivings!
this game should have badges. For a REAL challenge, see how FEW points you can get while still reaching the checkpoints. remember, you have no breaks, and once your car is on fire it will explode shortly afterwards! Try it, it's fun!
Do the guards now have knives, too? because it kind of looks like they hit me melle style if I get right next to them, and then they can kill me in one hit, like me with my knife. Also, the game is a lot more enjoyable if you just don't worry about achievments. it ruined it at first because, at least from the last game, my style would be: run in, maybe get caught, out run guards and kill dude, wait & escape. I'm doing that again, anyway. I'm not getting the impossible achievement, anyway.
In the future metal resources became depleted. Ammunition began to run out, and guns became useless. The humans' dependence on electronics left the worthless guns to be melted down into knives and parts for time travel and invisiblity devices and glowing red goggles. Several Mafia leaders, however, kept their guns and used all their remaining resources to take over large civilizations who had nothing to defend themselves with but knives, and fancy black outfits. One such man went back in time to destroy these leaders before they had developed their arsenals as much and didn't have as many men, who only had simple rifles to defend themselves, so that they would not menace society in the future. He also made a checklist to test how well he could pull each assassination off, and dared himself to take on the impossible task of getting all 450. This is his tale...
The interface controls are terrible; it won't register half the time! also the explanation is bullshit! I don't know what I'm doing or why! It took a while to understand, but that was behind the frustration of spending 5 minutes to make the "back" button work! I'm sure this is a fun game, but the bugs make it suck.