Moss: Book II Reviews

Moss: Book II is ranked in the 91st percentile of games scored on OpenCritic.
Eurogamer
Top Critic
No Recommendation / Blank
Apr 8, 2022

Moss: Book 2 is without a doubt a game that deserves to be played, especially if you fell in love with the original. Its staggering beauty is reason enough to dust off your PSVR for one last adventure before the PSVR 2 comes out, even if I wouldn’t blame you for holding out in the hope of a PC VR or Quest release - or some kind of bundle for the launch PSVR 2.

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IGN
Top Critic
8 / 10.0
Apr 6, 2022

Moss: Book 2 builds upon its predecessor nicely with a captivating world and entertaining platforming, let down primarily by the PSVR's aging tech.

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8 / 10
Apr 5, 2022

A delightful and hugely entertaining journey of puzzles, battles, and exploration that makes you feel a part of both its story and the living, breathing, miniaturised world of Moss.

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9 / 10
Apr 6, 2022

Moss: Book 2 expands and improves on its predecessor in every way. Whether it's the emotional attachment you develop with Quill, the surprising twists the story goes through, or the inventiveness of the combat and puzzles, Moss: Book 2 is creative in a way that delights at every turn. If you've got PSVR, it's pretty much essential.

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85 / 100
Apr 1, 2022

‎The attractive proposal of the original remains intact in a game that does not innovate too much, but that continues to offer a magnificent experience of adventure and virtual reality.‎

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8 / 10.0
Apr 8, 2022

Moss: Book II, the second part of Quill's journey is a much more complete and engaging experience. Building on the experience accumulated with the first chapter, Polyarc has built a sequel with ingenious puzzles and clashes with enemies that, although not particularly difficult , manage to maintain tension thanks to the variety of high interactions possible between the player, the environment, the enemies and the protagonist.

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IGN Spain
Alejandro Morillas
Top Critic
9 / 10.0
Apr 5, 2022

Moss Book II is a must-have game for PS VR owners thanks to its fascinating universe, unique premise and its way of binding the player to its world.

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9 / 10.0
Apr 6, 2022

Moss: Book II is not the toughest of challenges, but this just lends to its accessibility, and regardless of difficulty it is an absolute treat from start to end.

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Apr 16, 2022

Moss: Book 2 continues Quill's story with even more satisfying puzzle-platforming action, but some issues hold it back from being exceptional.

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85 / 100
Apr 9, 2022

Moss Book II is a game very deserving of your attention. Its novel use of VR as a medium is fascinating and helps to tell a heartfelt story with you and the adorable Quill at its center. It's bigger and better than the first in many ways, but is greatly held back by small yet consistent and progress blocking bugs.

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Apr 2, 2022

Proof that great things come in small packages.

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JVL
L_sK
Top Critic
18 / 20
Apr 18, 2022

With Moss: Book 2, Polyarc delivers a new tale very pleasant to follow in a universe still as enchanting, which can rely on its excellent dubbing and music to immerse us.

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8.7 / 10.0
Apr 13, 2022

Seriously, how cute is Quill? Her adventure is quite the epic one though, and you should be ready for a strong emotional ride. By the way, the puzzles are perfectly integrated into the platform sections, and considering the lack of strong alternatives on PS VR right now, you should just thank Polyarc and give them your money.

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90 / 100
Apr 7, 2022

Moss was PSVR’s standout title and therefore it’s fitting that Book II is the platform’s swan song. Even on old tech, Polyarc manages to forge an adventure for the ages. From the art direction to the emotional storytelling, each aspect of the original has been improved, making this a truly remarkable sequel.

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9 / 10.0
Apr 6, 2022

Moss: Book II is everything I look for in a game presented in an astounding VR package. While some aspects of the game feel held back by the current hardware of PSVR the journey and world make up for any shortcomings. I truly loved my time with Moss: Book II and cannot wait to see what is next for Quill.

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8 / 10
Apr 4, 2022

While Polyarc doesn’t get too wild and crazy with its second title, it didn't need to considering how solid the foundation was with Moss. Book II takes the time to tighten up a few lingering issues from the first title, while providing more of the incredible world of Moss, albeit on a grander scale. Moss: Book II is further proof that Polyarc is among the best developers working in the VR space.

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Jul 21, 2022

There are a few challenging boss fights in Moss: Book 2, as well as some difficult puzzles to solve. Although the game can be challenging at times, the difficulty is just enough to keep things interesting without causing any frustration. The puzzles and fights grow gradually harder at a rate that eases players into it. With more boss fights, different environments, and new weapons, Moss: Book 2 is a fantastic game, and it's a worthy follow-up to Polyarc's highly praised debut title..

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8.8 / 10.0
Apr 5, 2022

Moss: Book 2 is a loving and fascinating title even more than the first book.

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Apr 5, 2022

Moss: Book 2 is a confident VR sequel that iterates on its predecessor just enough to make it feel new again.

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4 / 5.0
Apr 4, 2022

Hardware limitations and frustrations aside, Moss: Book II is another resounding success for Polyarc, despite a few strange missteps in finnicky weapon switching and minor quality of life tweaks that could come as part of a future update. The collectibles provide ample reason to keep playing after you’ve finished the story, and the puzzle-based environments are just as beautiful to look at as they are a satisfying enigma to crack.

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