Moving Out 2 Reviews
Moving Out 2 earns its place not just within the realm of party games but as a valuable addition to any gaming collection.
Moving Out 2 is what you would expect from a sequel to the first Moving Out. More levels and features, more things to unlock and secrets to discover. Combined, the very good state of the art gives us a worthy sequel to check out. SMG Studio has brought us a very good party game worth experiencing.
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Rarely can you say that moving house is fun, but SMG Studio's co-op party sequel manages to introduce more than enough new ideas and added content to have you pushing aside your weekend plans to pack and stack.
If you’ve got a friend or two, Moving Out 2 is a good game to pass some time and challenge your friendship with a multitude of houses to move. The title evolves on the moving concept in its most literal forms and those who enjoyed the first time will have a lot of fun exploring each new level. It doesn’t evoke the same anticipation other titles have, but SMG Studio and Devm Games do enough to keep players and their friends entertained for hours.
If you love multiplayer madness, especially the kind that Team17 tends to publish, Moving Out 2 will no doubt delight you. As a single player game, it’s a fairly enjoyable (albeit frustrating at times) physics based puzzler. As a palette cleanser, it provides plenty of content to come back to between games. Regardless of what purpose the game serves for you, it’s one worth playing.
Moving Out 2 is a fleshed-out party game that packs a lot of heart and spirit into what a sequel should be. It offers a lot of engaging features and mechanics to test your "moving" ability and improves upon an already great game even further. If you have any friends who enjoy cooperative games, this is a must-buy, but it's hard to recommend if you want to go it alone.
Overall, Moving Out 2 is an extremely fun co-op game to play with friends and family. The game proves to be better than an Overcooked because there’s less rage involved and more enjoyment. For its price I think you get your money’s worth with the content Moving Out 2 has to offer.