Kagero: Deception II is one of the most entertaining games on the old PS1. The game is extremely in depth with a total of four different endings and multiple paths and ways to "finish" the various missions. The graphics by today’s standards are often blocky and very grainy. The game play is a bit awkward after getting used to the L pad and makes moving back to the directional tough. However after you've set your very first pushing wall into the electric chair, evil breath, and blast bomb combo you'll be hooked. The absolute depth of different types of traps and ways to kill the marauders with different traps is amazing. Perhaps an undiscovered gem during the first PS1 but for less than $10 it’s a steal.