Little Nightmares II
Top Critic Average
Little Nightmares 2 delivers similar stealth and scares to the original, but leaves less of a lasting impact.
Little Nightmares 2 understands exactly what it wants to be, and mostly pulls it off.
Tarsier returns with another slice of horror that's just about glorious enough to make up for the frustrations.
A thoroughly entertaining work of video game art that improves mechanically on the original and proves thought-provoking in terms of more than just the puzzle-solving.
An amazing little horror game that can be as frustrating as it is brilliant.
This impressive follow-up builds on its predecessor with emotional gut punches and unnerving visuals that stick with you
Little Nightmares II is a delightful follow-up to developer Tarsier's 2017 horror platformer, but it's sometimes weighed down by gameplay frustrations and inaccessibility.
Little Nightmares 2 is a horrifying journey that occasionally loses its way
Little Nightmares 2 succeeds in building on the foundation that the original game laid out. The folks at Tarsier Studios have expanded on the story and lore with new characters and settings, added gameplay mechanics that don’t overcomplicate the action or bloat the pacing, and proven themselves worryingly imaginative when it comes to thinking up dastardly denizens of a perfectly grim world.