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PixelJunk Monsters 2

Rating Summary

Based on 18 critic reviews
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OpenCritic Rating

74

Top Critic Average

61%

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Based on 18 critic reviews
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General Information

Available on:PlayStation 4May 25, 2018
Xbox OneMay 25, 2018
PCMay 25, 2018
Nintendo SwitchMay 25, 2018

Developer: Spike Chunsoft

In the acclaimed tower defense series' official follow-up, play as Tikiman and build towers to protect your Tiki Hut from the fiendish monster hordes. This beautifully detailed 3D sequel has been fully reimagined with four player online co-op and quite explosive fruit bombs. Get ready to once again defend your Chibis in this fun and addictive game for the entire family! - Local and online play — Maximize the fun by playing couch co-op with your friends or with up to four players online! - Close encounters — Multiply the suspense by toggling the camera from top-down to an in-your-face view! - Fluid and detailed graphics — Immerse yourself in an all new world like never before as the HD animation breathes life into the unique maps, and even Tikiman himself! - The mask makes the Tikiman — A mask for any occasion! Customize Tikiman with different mask and shell styles

PixelJunk Monsters 2 Reviews

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A classic tower defence game gets a makeover, and a welcome touch of physics.

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I still think there's fun to be had in PixelJunk Monsters 2, and I won't be surprised if Q-Games cleans up some of the minor frustrations. But unless the studio goes out of its way to expand and experiment with new content, I don't see this having much of a legacy. As it stands, it's an okay-at-best tower defense title that treads familiar ground. Coming off the original, that's a huge downgrade.

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Pixeljunk Monsters 2 is a very solid entry in the tower defence genre. The little things it has changed make for some really interesting choices when it comes to tower placement and co-op play makes it much more replayable. Graphically the game is stunning in it's own way and will keep you invested in the tree-destroying, tower-building, funky-dancing gameplay as you progress through the increasingly tricky levels until the end. It suffers from the same issues prevalent in any TD game but is a solid entry nevertheless.

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