■ 09/01/08 - hack//G.U. Vol.2 : Reminisce Continuing its engrossing story from the first volume, .hack//G.U. 2: Reminisce is the second in the .hack//G.U. trilogy. Acting more as a bridge between the beginning and the end of the saga, it makes sense that by the time you complete the game you’ll be left wanting more.
■ 13/06/07 - hack//G.U. Vol.2 : Reminisce .hack//G.U. Vol. 2: Reminisce is the second game in the .hack//G.U. series and the least copyeditor-friendly game title in history. As with all of the other .hack games, it is a single-player action RPG set in "The World," a phenomenally popular futuristic MMORPG.
■ 09/06/07 - hack//G.U. Vol.2 : Reminisce This is pretty simple: If you liked the boring, archaic gameplay in the first volume of the new .hack trilogy, you can look forward to more of that junk here. Picking up where the first left off (newcomers beware), the plot remains mildly interesting despite the stilted dialogue and stale storytelling.
■ 29/05/07 - hack//G.U. Vol.2 : Reminisce The .hack (pronounced “dot hack”) series has one of the most original premises in modern gaming: you play as a character that’s playing an MMORPG known as “The World.” Although the .hack games are single-player RPGs, they simulate being massively multiplayer; other characters talk about logging out to go eat dinner, you can check message boards to find a party, and so on.