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Azkend 2

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Available on:PlayStation 4May 3, 2016
Xbox OneMay 3, 2016
PCMar 14, 2012
PlayStation VitaMay 3, 2016

Developer: 10tons Ltd

Genre: Puzzle

While traveling from Liverpool to New York your ship was pulled down into a massive maelstrom and you woke up in a place that may have never been gazed upon by the eyes of men. From now on your goal is to ascend from the bowels of the earth and return to civilization.

Enjoy dozens of exciting levels with variable gameplay in the story mode. The Jules Vernesque story of your journey will be told with gorgeous animated full screen cut scenes and professional voice overs. You'll experience awe and wonder through all the eight fantastic scenes that change constantly as you move through them.
Azkend 2 presents you several different and exciting level styles throughout the adventure. You can also earn almost 20 unique powerups and over a dozen achievements. Choose your powerups wisely for each level to hasten your journey.
In addition Azkend 2 has two challenge game modes called Time and Medals. The Time-challenge is a quick two minute bite-sized game where you'll try to gain as many points as possible and gain fame on the leaderboards. In the Medals-challenge you can replay all the levels from the story and try to gain a medal from each one.

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Azkend 2: The World Beneath is a fun, if sometimes frustrating game well worth its asking price.

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77 / 100

Overall, while it may not have a never-ending amount of levels, like Candy Crush or Frozen: Free Fall, it still has a lot of content to offer.

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6 / 10

Azkend 2: The World Beneath is a puzzle game with a varied assortment of levels and simple gameplay mechanics. It's fairly easy to get into and it ensures that most players can get into quickly but on the other hand, its lifespan is way too short and it's impossible not to feel frustrated at certain moments due to the random nature of the puzzle pieces distribution.

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Nintendo Life

7 / 10
Nintendo Life

Azkend 2: The World Beneath does everything it can to spice up the 'match 3' puzzle genre, boasting a narrative thread, power ups to collect and different objectives at every turn.

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