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Death Jr. II – Root of Evil is a popular PlayStation PSP Video Game and now you can play this game on android using PPSSPP android emulator. The original Death Jr. received quite a bit of attention because it was one of the first PlayStation Portable games shown in video form. Its impressive 3D graphics gave consumers their first glimpse into the capabilities of the PSP. Unfortunately, when it was finally released, Death Jr. didn’t live up to the hype. Just over a year later, the follow-up, Death Jr. II: Root of Evil, has been released, and it shares many of its predecessor’s problems. The great characters and mostly interesting level design are no match for the lousy camera placement, frustrating controls, and shallow story.
It’s puzzling that both Death Jr. games have hardly any story in them, yet there’s a comic book series based on the characters. The game opens with Death Sr. being captured by a raging Hulk-like female creature named Furi, who is trying to take over the world. It’s then revealed that Death Jr. and his girlfriend, Pandora, were responsible for releasing Furi when they accidentally broke her cocoon open while trying to complete a science project. The duo is unaware that Death Sr. has been captured, but they do know they’re responsible for the sudden changes to their world; so, with the help of their wacky bunch of friends, they set off to right their wrong.
But the story is weak. The likable characters are underutilized, as is the game’s great sense of humor. There are a few laugh-out-loud moments, but with wacky characters like the Seep (a limbless fetus-type thing in a formaldehyde container) and a dead fish named Dead Guppy, there was potential for much more.
When the game begins, you can choose whether you want to play as Death Jr. or Pandora. Once you’ve started, you won’t be able to switch characters–you have to play with the same character all the way through. Other than a few of the cutscenes relating to Death Jr. being removed when playing as Pandora, their adventures are identical. A new feature this time around is co-op play. If you’ve got a friend with a copy of the game you can play through the entire adventure cooperatively. But the co-op version of the game is exactly the same as the single-player experience–and there aren’t actually any instances where cooperation is required (though it can be nice to have some help killing the game’s many bad guys). It’s disappointing that you’re unable to load a saved single-player game and play it with a friend–you’ll have to start a new game.
Despite the fact that each character is touted as having its own weapons and moves, both Death Jr. and Pandora play almost exactly the same. Death Jr. is once again armed with a scythe, which he’ll use to pummel enemies and grab hooks. He can also spin his weapon rapidly over his head to glide gracefully through the air. Pandora uses her whip in the same way. At first their attacks are limited, but DJ (as his friends call him) and Pandora can use energy orbs they get from fallen enemies to purchase new moves. Both characters can use guns to perform ranged attacks. Hidden throughout each level are parts that can be used to build new guns or upgrade existing weapons.