The Evil Within 2 Reviews
The Evil Within 2 is a frightening game, though perhaps not as pants-wettingly scary as the early portions of Resident Evil 7.
From what I've played so far though, The Evil Within 2 is everything I wanted from the first game. Every major complaint I had about the first game is at least addressed in some manner, though the tweaks aren't always perfect. It's a unique psychological horror title with Resident Evil 4's action combat.
The Evil Within 2 came up against the players by adding a very nice story and full content on top of the first game. If you're tired of horror games based on jump scares, I invite you to the dominant, cold sweating world of The Evil Within 2.
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The Evil Within 2 doesn't attempt to do much in originality when it comes to the survival-horror genre but successfully creates a gripping tale of horror and suspense. It takes a while to get started the story eventually evolves into a captivating tale of dedication and desires.
Resident Evil 4 meets the Truman Show in an entertaining but unremarkable follow-up, held back by tepid stealth and warmed-over scares.
The Evil Within 2 is a good survival horror game for genre fans to sink their teeth into. The story makes more sense this time around, and the atmosphere delivers the right amount of unease, which is what will keep players plugging away to the end. The gameplay has been tweaked to be easier, but it's not to the point where you can go through without much trouble. Despite the presence of a few technical issues, TEW2 looks and sounds great, and it's certainly worth your time, even in this incredibly packed gaming year.
The Evil Within 2 is a sequel that hooks the player from the first minute. Even though the AI has some issues and some basic enemies, the gameplay quality, its amazing visual style and a great story make this game one of the best horror experiences nowadays.
Review in Spanish | Read full review
The Evil Within 2 gives you more options to play your way in a much bigger survival-horror playground than the original. Although a disjointed plot and weak protagonist make it slow to get started, being pursued through an intriguingly bizarre world by plentiful and disturbing monsters kept my palms sweaty and my heart in my throat thanks to a strict adherence to the most important survival horror rule: you should always be on the back foot.
The Evil Within improves the game mechanics by adding the exploration of a few open zones. A very good game for horror fans !
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The Evil Within 2 has arrived just in time for the spookiest holiday of the year. While the difficulty level has been ratcheted down noticeably in the name of accessibility, the harder modes should suffice for those looking for a challenge. Creepy environments are a staple of this series, and there are even a few jump scares thrown in for good measure. A much more focused story will drive you to want to play for “just one more chapter,” while a decent selection of side missions will also keep you occupied for the duration. Still, by incorporating a lot of the more traditional elements of open-world games, such as a regular map, waypoint system, and lengthy cutscenes, the game has lost some of the abstract charm seen in the original. This should not act as a deterrent, however; horror fans have found the best game to play this Halloween.
Evil Within 2 is a fantastic game with a compelling story and engaging gameplay. I fully recommend it to any fans of the Horror genre.
The Evil Within 2 addresses concerns that players had with the first game and goes above and beyond with its gameplay, story, and characters.
There's no mystery to Union, which is grounded in exactly the way that the Beacon Mental Hospital was not.
The Evil Within 2 is horrifying delight, using a feeling of vulnerability to make players appreciate every moment they're still alive.
If you are considering getting The Evil Within 2, be prepared for some slightly clunky movement and somewhat repetitive walking simulator sections. Past that, it's a wonderful sequel to a game that was originally sort of a miss, rather than a hit. You'll become just as invested as Sebastian is when trying to find his daughter and walk away from the experience feeling like you got your money's worth. The Evil Within 2 is well worth the purchase, but especially those who enjoyed the first game and want something more.
The Evil Within 2 is a significant step forward from the first game in the series, providing tighter controls, a more focused narrative, and no shortage of scares.
The Evil Within 2 is a more coherent and purposeful journey, strengthened by its voyage into non-linear level design, while at the same time reinforcing the foundation with which the original's gameplay often shined through on.
The Evil Within 2 will certainly hold your attention during its 17 chapters, with flashes of brilliance sandwiched in among the game's various flaws and less memorable sequences. Ultimately, as a sequel, it doesn't quite deliver, but nonetheless, The Evil Within 2 is a survival horror that's just about worth persevering with.
The Evil Within 2 is a completely indispensable horror proposition for lovers of the genre. Whether you enjoyed the old one or not, it will catch you in its macabre tale.
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