Resistance 2 is everything it needs to be. Big, violent, and a thrill to play. The campaign is a high quality single player experience, mostly due to the variety of weapons available to you from your M42 Carbine to the zombie-shredding splicer and my personal favorite the spider grenade you will always feel like you can take on anything the chimera throw at you. The boss battles featured in the campaign are memorable and exciting in the ways you kill these super-chimera and the moment where you take down a 50 foot chimeran godzilla will leave you pumped and begging for more. However the multiplayer is truly where Resitance 2 shines. A massive 60-player experience gives a feeling of urgency every time you spawn in the middle of a crowded street, surrounded by bullets, explosions, and flaming corpses. The best part of R2's online is the 8 player co-op which surpassed all my expectations. Based on a 3-class system, the co-op dictates that you have at least 1 of each class until your characters gain enough levels and weapons. On the downside during the campaign you'll often find yourself counting your bullets during the numerous times you face a seemingly endless wave of grims. And at certain times online games will take a while to establish due to slow connections. But overall these minor difficulties barely detract from the intense gameplay Resistance 2 has to offer.