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Peggle 2 far exceeds its predecessor's presentation quality and is great fun for any gamer looking for a casual experience.
Addictive, beautifully designed, and containing more single-player content than you could shake a stick at, Peggle 2 is a fine, fine game. Considering it can be yours for less than £10, we just don't see how anyone could pass it up. Superb.
Peggle 2 is an addicting game packed with silly fun that anyone can manage. If you haven't played Peggle before, this game will hold a higher value than if you had. There were several areas which could have been improved upon to help maintain the community's interest. I would recommend this game to families and new players but returning players may want to wait for a sale.
Peggle 2 is more Peggle, only vastly prettier. Which is absolutely what we want. If you're looking for a shot of colourful fun and orchestral orgasmic peg-busting bliss on Xbox One, you can't go far wrong here.
This is a bigger, bolder Peggle, but it's the little musical details that end up making the difference.
The casual gaming market Peggle occupied at release has come such a long way that Peggle 2 can't help but feel a little stale.
Here's to day one patches, I guess.
Those who loved the original Peggle will easily get their money's wortht out of its sequel. While it's basically more of the same with a different twist thanks to the use of different power-up masters than before, it never wears out its welcome.
But this industry loves its numbers, and is never, ever that honest, so we get Peggle 2, which really is just shorthand for more of the same. It is still quality entertainment though, and should be enough to warm your heart on even the coldest winter days. I can't help but want it to be more though – even if I still cannot fathom what that "more" should be.
Peggle 2 is a gloriously addictive sequel that'll slap a great big smile on your face and keep it there. Joyous.