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Critic Reviews for Windjammers 2
A stylish arcade throwback that delights while it lasts but has little to offer.
Dotemu delivers an exquisite extension of Data East's 1994 masterpiece.
Windjammers 2 is a tightly balanced, addictive game of combat air hockey that will have you screaming at your friends.
An admirable refresh of a cult classic, with excellent presentation and thoughtfully implemented new mechanics, but it's held back by its reluctance to modernise in other areas.
Windjammers 2 gives existing fans more of the wacky disc hockey they love but not much else.
Windjammers 2 offers fast-paced and intensely fun online and offline versus play, but there's little to keep your interest if you're flying solo.
For what it’s worth, I enjoyed my time with Windjammers 2. It sucked me in for hours as I slaved over a hot arcade stick. The single-player is very challenging, but it can only hold up the overall product for so long. It’s also not as transcendental as something like Streets of Rage 4 was in its revival of an old formula. It is as it says on the box: a sequel. It might as well have come out in 1996 for all it adds.
It has all the ingredients of the original game and updates them to present a more complete and spectacular experience. Still, we would have appreciated more content and a more balanced Arcade mode. The real fun is in the multiplayer.
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