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Kona II: Brume

Parabole, Ravenscourt
Oct 18, 2023 - Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 5, Nintendo Switch, PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4

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The Games Machine
8.5 / 10
Generación Xbox
73 / 100
7 / 10
7.1 / 10
6.5 / 10
Echo Boomer
No Recommendation
75 / 100
Invision Community
6 / 10
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Critic Reviews for Kona II: Brume

Kona 2: Brume is an exciting and engaging video game, biting and well presented. If on the one hand it offers a wonderful and solitary glimpse of Canada, to be precise the Quebec region, on the other there is a thick mystery to be solved that is as complex as the world. Strengthened by an extremely elegant, high-caliber game design, the production achieves its goal without hesitation and with the maturity of someone who wants to say "Present!" in one of the busiest months on the scene for several years now.

Review in Italian | Read full review

I think that Kona II: The Brume is a title that can be of great interest to survival horror fans in general and in particular to players who have enjoyed the first installment. I think that the Canadians of Parabole managed to improve what they already did in the first installment, but they stopped too long to expand the fights that were not the core of the story and are not, either, the main reason why players of the genre choose the titles in it.

Review in Spanish | Read full review

With its gripping plot and scenarios that can be explored with great pleasure, Kona 2 represents a worthy successor to the first chapter, albeit characterized by a series of flaws that prevent it from taking flight.

Review in Italian | Read full review

Kona II Brume is a direct follow-up to the 2017 adventure, with the same strengths (great atmosphere, good writing, rewarding exploration) and the same weaknesses (weak shooting, stiff animations, inconsistent enemies) of the first title. It's overall better thanks to new graphics and more focused story, but we would only recommend it to fans of the first chapter.

Review in Italian | Read full review

Fans of the original slow-burn thriller may not find much fulfillment here, but newcomers to Kona may find warmth in how polished Kona II: Brume's potentially unnecessary mechanics are at times.

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Echo Boomer

No Recommendation / Blank
Echo Boomer

Returning to the icy world of Quebec and reconnecting with private detective Carl Faubert felt like rediscovering a long-lost memory.

Review in Portuguese | Read full review

Kona II: Brume notably improves on its predecessor with a more nuanced take on its narrative, interactivity, visuals, and survival elements. If you are into titles like Green Hell, Sons of the Forest, or The Forest, or even the earlier Frictional products, the game is definitely worth checking out. As for newcomers, it can prove to be quite a daunting task to get into Kona II.

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‘Kona II Brume’ is a good continuation of the story set up in the first game, however, it doesn’t really bring anything different to the table. Yes, it’s a fun mystery adventure wrapped into a light survival game, but besides that, it doesn’t have much else to add to it that’s new.

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