"The real problem with Code of Honor 2 isn’t the bad graphics, though those are the first thing anyone will notice. Poor graphics we can cope with.
Not every game has to have huge polygon counts and Procedurally Generated Dynamic Mega-texture-awesomeness – but good games do have to have something. They have to have a hook that can draw people in and make them want to play more. Code of Honor 2 doesn’t have that.
Utterly boring and bland and far too easy in the singleplayer game, a quarter-baked and shallow experience on the multiplayer side, Code of Honor doesn’t really do anything right and is doomed to soon reside in the bargain bin.
There are two type of games to find in bargain bins though. There are old or unappreciated games that are still very much worth playing and then there’s stuff that just couldn’t survive in a capitalist market due to a stunning lack of worth. If you’ve read the review this far and still can't figure out which one we think Code of Honor 2 is then this is probably the game for you."