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DreamcastPlanet Dreamcast (Jun 11, 2001)
Giga Wing 2 takes pride in the details. With a higher resolution and an impressive 3D engine, the graphics look much sharper than any shooter on the Dreamcast console. Also worth emphasizing is the added dimension with the reflect lasers. While the reflect barrier is a good idea, the reflect laser is just plain cool. If you liked the original Giga Wing, Giga Wing 2 is a "must have".
DreamcastDefunct Games (Oct 29, 2006)
Not among the shooting elite yet (although some really like this franchise), but Giga Wing 2 is at least a big improvement over its predecessor. Reigning in the all-out massacre style of play while still retaining one of the most intense shooter experiences around was all Takumi really needed to do, and they didn't stop there.
DreamcastGameSpot (May 02, 2001)
You'd be hard-pressed to find a more visually impressive shooter on the Dreamcast, and the game is highly playable to boot.
DreamcastThe Video Game Critic (Jun 22, 2007)
If you thought the first Giga Wing was completely over-the-top in terms of the number of objects on the screen, then you're right. Yet Giga Wing 2 somehow manages to increase the level of chaos exponentially. This game pushes the Dreamcast to the limit, but the fun factor and framerate take a hit as a result.
DreamcastIGN (Feb 15, 2001)
Overall, this isn't a Lords of Thunder or Axelay as far as artistic values are concerned, but Takumi's move to more advanced hardware has clearly let its creative force show their stuff.