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Name: Ace of Spades 2 (70.48% in 63 votes)
Type: FUN
Platform: WINDOWS
Company: Love-Gun
Release date: 1995
Reviewed by: Staisen

The storyline is virtually non-existent; you choose from one of two scenarios and play against a variety of rivals. If you lose, you see the H-pictures of the girl who is with you, while if you win you see the pictures of your opponent. The pictures for each girl are different for both scenarios so there is a total of 10 pictures for each person. There is also a no scenario option where you simply choose to play the game which you want.

Gameplay: 3/10 -- Gameplay is very simple. You select to play one out of three games; Blackjack, Seven Card Stad and Red Dog. Thirty rounds are played with both you and your opponent playing against the dealer. Bets vary from a minimum of $500 to $1000. At the end of the 30 rounds the player with the most money left wins. If you win you go on to play against more girls until you see all the pictures for that scenario. A graphics mode lets you see the pictures which you have already earned.

Graphics: 5/10 -- The pictures are reasonably well drawn though the vast majority of them are H-pics. Most of the girls do look fine though there a few who look like kids.

Music: 4/10 -- The music in the game is quite mediocre and lacks variety. Only one tune is played no matter which game you are playing and thus it can get quite monotonous after a while. Music during the H-scenes doesn't vary much as well.

The game has a very thin storyline and can easily be finished in one day if you have a bit of skill and luck. The choice of three games might make it a bit more interesting but only to a very small degree. Replay value is very limited, with only two scenarios to choose from. The game could be interesting to play for one or two afternoons but that's about it.
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