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If you have read this entire review and you’re thinking that Syphon Filter: Logan’s Shadow is a bad game, then I promise you it is not. It was a great game on the PSP, but when playing it on the PS2 from your couch, with surround sound and a TV bigger than a post card, the game is simply average. It has solid 3rd person shooter gameplay, but it’s nothing special when compared to other PS2 shooters. If you try to compare it to recent PS3 or 360 shooters then you will really be disappointed. If you already own the PSP version then there is no real reason to buy the PS2 port. But, if you don’t own a PSP and you’re still clinging to your 10 year old PS2, then you will find a decent 3rd person shooter with Syphon Filter: Logan’s Shadow. I just hope that Sony moves on with the series and develops an updated PS3 version sometime soon.
While the overall game doesn't suffer nearly as much as one would expect from a PSP-to-PS2 port, the lack of multiplayer and inherent PSP-ness of it all really only confirms that this nearly three year old title should have stayed on its home platform.