Eventide 2: Sorcerer’s Mirror
Eventide 2 takes the standard Artifex Mundi point & click gameplay and tries to innovate a little.
Eventide 2: Sorcerer's Mirror is a good sequel to Eventide and a fun point and click adventure with plenty of puzzles to solve. Other than some instances in which clicking on larger objects in a hidden object puzzle didn't immediately register until the second-third time I clicked, the game is a solid release with plenty of content for its asking price. It has great graphics, relaxing music and entertaining gameplay mechanics that make it an easy release to recommend.
I liked Eventide 2: Sorcerer's Mirror. The first one was one of my favorite from the developer because of the story and this one does not disappoint. I'm also glad to see the gameplay evolving which is alwasy necessary especially with how many games are coming out from the company with the same engine. I like those new items in the game play. The CGI was much better this time around, but some voicework still fall flat. I would love to see them open up there game in that regard.
I would argue that Eventide 2 is one of, if not, the best Artifex Mundi games available on Xbox at this point. I truly hope that future titles share Eventide 2's trend of improving on previous games. Honestly though, you'll have to have played the previous titles to appreciate the changes this title has made.
Eventide 2: Sorcerer's Mirror is an enjoyable casual game which will appeal to people of all ages (My mum loves these games and are literally the only games she plays on the PS4 I gave her). It sticks to the tried and tested formula of previous PS4 releases by Artifex Mundi, whilst innovating by changing things around and adding some new mechanics.