Plazma Burst 2

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Rating: 4.6/5 stars (797 ratings)

Plazma Burst 2 Instructions

The controls of Plazma Burst 2 is not as simple as your average shooting game, after all, this game is far from average. Anyway, you need a working keyboard and a good mouse as with most shooting games out there. As for the basic movement, you will use the good and old W, A, S, and D buttons. There are different abilities that you better know how to use if you want to get far in this game: to use anything you pick up along the way press E. Need to time warp? Yeah? Then hit the Z button. To fall, press X and to use the Kinetic Module, press C. As for combat, here are the controls you need to keep in mind all of the time if you don't want to get toast: move the mouse wheel up to bring up the next weapon in your inventory and scroll down to go to the previous one. Use the number keys 0, 1, 2, 3, and so on to change weapons if you don't want to scroll up and down. This is particularly useful if you have a lot of weapons in your arsenal and you are in the middle of a battle. To drop your current weapon, press V. Use the grenade by pressing G to devastate multiple enemies. And to use the last used weapon, just press Q. Being a HUGE hit, the creators of Plazma Burst 2 decided to toss in a multiplayer mode where you and your friends can compete in. Here are some quick controls when in multiplayer mode: press Enter to chat with your teammates. Hit the Tab button to check the scores table and to change personage. And to move back to the menu, press the Esc button. Oh! By the way, this is one of those shooting games that contain a lot of violence and gore. To remove the blood and gore, just check out the settings menu and tweak it from there.

Plazma Burst 2 Walkthrough

One of the highest ranking games on Not Doppler, Plazma Burst 2 is about a space marine (who looks a lot like the guy from Halo) who was sent to some alien planet (to be honest, I'm not sure) to shoot...well, some alien life forms! OK, really, I'm not so sure what the plot is all about as I haven't played the first installment. BUT hey, do we really care? Nah, especially when the game's name is Plazma Burst 2. If it's fun and action packed, even if it has the shallowest of stories and plots, I think we can all agree that it's OK.

The first thing I have to give a thumbs up on this shooting game is the visuals. They are not as amazing as Halo or some other PS3 or Xbox 360 shooting games. BUT for a flash game, the visual effects are definitely A-OK! While the scenery is quite generic, they are still nice and smooth. PLUS, if you are like me who loves explosions and serious doses of gore and blood when playing shooting games, this game will definitely get A+ on the score sheet.

Upgrades: YES, this shooting game contains a lot of upgrade options for your weapons. There are alien weapons, ones that are meant for humans, and you also have a mix between the 2. What baffles me is that, while you can upgrade weapons, it doesn't tell you what exactly it does. And come to think of it, it would cost you a lot to upgrade weapons. You need to toss anywhere between $200 to $2500 to buy a weapon or get it upgraded.

One mistake you shouldn't make: buy grenades BUT do NOT spend your cash on them alone. That's a surefire way to fail especially in the final stages when you would face machines that would get you up against the wall with it's rocket launcher. You need sophisticated weapons and you should get them long before you are in that stage.