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Project X Zone 2

Rating Summary

Based on 41 critic reviews
Fair Man

OpenCritic Rating

71

Top Critic Average

35%

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Based on 41 critic reviews
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Game Information

Available on:Nintendo 3DSFeb 12, 2016

Publisher: Bandai Namco Games

Genres: Fighting, Strategy

In the sequel to the original world crossing adventure, legendary characters from Japan's most prolific video game publishers come together to create the biggest mashup strategy game ever! Developed by MONOLITH SOFTWARE INC., Project X Zone 2 gives gamers the opportunity to play as their favorite characters from a multitude of franchises and form teams of characters hailing from classic and current franchises and engage enemies through strategic turn-based battles.

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Project X Zone 2 - Launch Trailer | 3DS thumbnail

Project X Zone 2 - Launch Trailer | 3DS

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Eurogamer

No Recommendation / Blank
Eurogamer

Project X Zone 2 is a hilarious but sometimes tiresome genre mashup of every crossover you ever wanted.

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IGN

6.5 / 10.0
IGN

Judged against other tactics games, there are so many better options on the 3DS that Project X Zone 2 doesn't rate. Don't come expecting deep gameplay or even inventive updates to distinguish it from the previous game. PXZ2 is much more interested in matching up a diverse set of mascots for maximum humor and references to classic Japanese game series, which it skillfully handles most of the time. Nostalgia can only take PXZ2 so far in a lengthy campaign of average strategy gameplay, but it's an engaging old-school reunion while it lasts.

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Metro GameCentral

5 / 10
Metro GameCentral

The line-up of characters is the stuff of fanboy dreams, but the gameplay is enough to send you to sleep – if not give you nightmares.

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Game Informer

6.8 / 10.0
Kyle Hilliard

Your mileage depends heavily on your appreciation of the characters and callbacks to familiar games. The tactical gameplay doesn't stand on its own, but the character interactions are fun

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