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Drawful 2

Jackbox Games, Inc.
Mar 21, 2016 - PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 5

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Critic Reviews for Drawful 2

Drawful 2 is a phenomenal vehicle to waste away an entire evening with your friends doubled over in fits of laughter. It's hard to care about the lack of real innovation when tears are blurring your vision and you can't catch your breath from laughing so hard.

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Unfortunately, the game offers nothing innovative or entertaining; it's simply a way for the company to make a quick buck based on better games in the series.

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Whether you played the original or not, Drawful 2 is a great excuse to gather a few friends, uncork a few drinks, and spend the evening indoors, laughing with (and occasionally at) your friends.

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As part of The Jackbox Party Pack, Drawful offered a brief yet silly way to have fun with friends, but its no-frills concept, the sheer lack of support for online multiplayer (especially with the lack of native streaming support Switch users have to contend with) and the hefty £8 asking price and Drawful 2 becomes a tough sell at best. However, if you're really desperate for a couchplay alternative, this one might just scratch that party game itch.

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Drawful 2 has similarities to the original while adding fun new features and enough replayability that you can keep the party going.

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Drawful 2 offers a wonderful library of bizarre prompts that challenge your imagination and are good for a giggle, until the novelty wears off or your phone runs out of battery.

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You should have a fairly good idea of what you’re getting into with Drawful 2 before you buy it. It follows general rules, but it does so hilariously, based on the possibilities of your guests. Snag a few friends and have a field day – even if you don’t have any fathomable idea of how to draw a “robot birthday”. (I’m sure you can figure something out.)

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Drawful 2 is still just as fun as the first, and more fun with the ability to create personalized prompts in games. But if you're looking to get more bang for your buck stick to the first title, because Drawful 2 doesn't seem to live up to changing much in the way of a sequel. It provides more of the same fun, and it's hard to fault it for that because the base game is a wild time at parties.

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