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Ufouria: The Saga 2

Sunsoft, Red Art Games
Feb 29, 2024 - Nintendo Switch, PC

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Critic Reviews for Ufouria: The Saga 2

Ufouria: The Saga 2 brings back a hidden gem from the past with cutesy platforming, loads of upgrades and seriously gorgeous visuals.

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Ufouria 2’s only drawback is that it is possibly too simple. The game rarely presented a challenge and death was rarely an issue. The mechanics are also barren with only a few things to see and do, and the loop becomes repetitive relatively quickly. Still the music, visuals, and simple charm of the game carry it to completion. This is a game that I adore because of nostalgia, but I think even people unfamiliar with the developer will find plenty to love. The game just oozes that ‘video game’ charm we fell in love with back in the NES days, something that is sorely lacking in a lot of modern titles.

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Other additions only superficially extend longevity, including a bookcase collection of your progress, and aesthetically upgrading Hebe's House, although Hidden Art scrolls give each of the four characters individualised special moves. Ultimately, Ufouria: The Saga 2 provides no reason to return as compelling as searching for hidden background bubbles to free residents in Klonoa: Door to Phantomile.

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Ufouria: The Saga 2 is a very pleasant gaming experience, it has a fun Japanese humor, but it does not abuse it, it has an adaptation of subtitles and text to the Spanish language that is perfect for all players in the region. Beyond the game itself, the work that has been done to bring back a license that had been stored for more than 30 years, has been fascinating, it is not common to see that games that had been dormant for so many years have a return and that it is adequate to pass the test of the years and also respect and maintain the basis of the original work.

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If you're a fan of '90s action platform games, there's something mildly magical about this. Ufouria 2's sunny world of papercraft and textile-built apparatus is endearing and fun. Its playfulness and zanier elements more recall the era of the Super Nintendo than the NES, and its laid-back approach to linear Metroid-style adventuring is plainly fun. It doesn't ask much from you except to enjoy a little exploration, a very moderate amount of backtracking through very short zones, and an undemanding task of coin collecting as you go. But its reward cycle has an addictive quality, if little else. It's not going to fulfil everyone's desires, and its ease might feel underwhelming to some, but those looking for a new adventure in a very 16-bit fashion will feel well served.

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Ufouria: The Saga 2 is a fun platformer full of cuteness and quirkiness. The colors and music pop, and the platforming is simple yet solid, though the adventure could be considered too easy for veterans.

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Ufouria: The Saga 2 is one of the most immediately charming and consistently interesting exploration games I’ve ever played.

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It's amazing that Sunsoft revisited Ufouria after multiple decades, especially because Ufouria: The Saga 2 feels like a full realization of the endearing game. It won't take you more than a few hours to save the day, but it stays fresh throughout that play time whether you're a newcomer to games or a well-worn Metroidvania veteran. I hope this isn't the last time we see Hebe and his friends.

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