Shoot Them 2 is a first person shooter about killing hordes of waifu super soldiers.
Hours of Gameplay?
Download as DLC.
I originally published a review for Shoot Them 2 on April 4th, 2020. I have updated that review, to reflect my thoughts on this game as of September, 2020.
The moment you spawn, the clone female soldiers are homing to your location. Despite their friendly looks, they actually want to kill you. Armed with but a handgun, you must fend off a designated number of them before advancing to the next stage. Body-shots remove clothes, and head-shots insta-kill. Through out each stage are hidden ammunition and weapons, though the only weapon you need is the pistol — however, the machine is a viable substitute. Both have pin-point accuracy, so as long as you only shoot semi-auto, the machine gun is essentially a pistol with a bigger magazine. The shotgun sucks so hard it’s only good for style points.
No! This is not a game you can play one-handed!
Um. . . so you play as some guy, and he’s the one and only survivor of the clone female soldier uprising. They have learned how to reproduce and strengthen their body tissue, and with their newfound power they plan on ending our plucky protagonist once and for all!
The titlescreen has ugly
blue red bars (for some inexplicable reason). From “Setting” you can adjust audio, display and language preferences. Overall, I found the user-interface to be attractive. The graphics are asset-flips by the dozen, but they at least look appealing.
There boobies, I don’t think the ladies even have genitalia. . . the least you can do is draw ’em on, sheesh. Shoot Them 2 is a big fail in the goodie department.
I recommend this game if you want to enjoy a mildly amusing “meme” game. Shoot Them 2 was an amusing experience for about fifteen minutes. The thing is, it wouldn’t have taken that much refinement to make this a worthwhile buy. With a few more hidden items and interesting enemies, I think Shoot Them 2 could have been a great piece of memeware. Though I consider it above-average (for the genre), that isn’t saying much in regards to memeware.