This game dosent live up to the telvision series but it is good game for a few hours.

User Rating: 6.9 | Fullmetal Alchemist 2: Curse of the Crimson Elixir PS2
The Fullmetal Alchemist game that i was willing enough to spend $45 on the attempt at an rpg. The game starts off at the beggining of the original television show and is played as if you were in the show itself (thats just at the beggining). After words you are probably excited at fighting a load of people at the start of the fighting tutorial. You will go and start to follow some of the story of the show and fight the caribou. This is where things go wrong and you start to fight little black things that don't tie in with the actual show which threw me off guard. Most of the rest of the game doesn't really have any more of the television aspects except fighting the gun-arm man and Scar. Other than that it was mostly kill this little black thing and then kill this big black thing and repeat. I did like the boss battles in the game and the fact that you could use a pole, sword, hammer(which I didn't like that much because it was slow), and Ed's arm slicer. This game was a chance to make a co-op mode with the second player controlling Al. This game could be enjoyed by beginners who want to have a little time of fun. I think that it would have been a better game and I may have enjoyed it more if it were longer.