Top PS2 Action Games of All Time
Welcome to VideoGamer.com's top action games of All Time, a list of the best videogames, generated by editorial reviews and popularity on the site. Here's a look at our favourites...
With a bit more time spent on it we could have been hailing Mercenaries as the second coming, but it falls short. Even so, it cannot be stressed enough - the game is fun.
With Snake Eater Kojima has found his way back into many people's affections, so we should congratulate and praise him and his team, so that they know that they are now making just the right moves.
You can call Lego Star Wars a kid's game if you like, but it has a universal appeal to children of all ages.
The Incredible Hulk: Ultimate Destruction is almost exactly as you'd hope a game based on the Incredible Hulk would be. Being the Hulk should be fun and the game delivers it in spades.
It's good to see that Midway's streak of solid Mortal Kombat titles hasn't been put to an end. Shaolin Monks is a game that console owners have been waiting for, ever since the franchise's birth.
Fans, particularly those who wish to play online matches, won't be disappointed, but the focus on one area of gameplay has highlighted how familiar the series has become.
Series heritage aside, this is a pleasingly lengthy adventure spread across two DVDs that's most definitely worth a look.
Tomb Raider: Legend might not be an epic or set new standards like the original game did ten years ago, but it's thoroughly entertaining for its duration and is an impressive package on every system.
It would be easy to dismiss Rogue Trooper as the game where you play as a blue man with a talking gun, helmet and rucksack, but that blue man is one of the greatest video game action heroes.
Gun happy action junkies won't be able to see the game for what it really is, which is a shame, as Agent 47's latest set of jobs are by far his best yet.