Inferno 2

2Aswesome Studio, Radiangames
Jul 29, 2015 - PC, Nintendo Switch
Switch Atlantic
8 / 10
4.2 / 5
2 / 5
No Recommendation
Nindie Spotlight
7.1 / 10
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Critic Reviews for Inferno 2

Inferno 2 was a pleasurable vivacious ecstasy-like trip. I beat it in two sittings making it on the shorter side, but for only $4.99 the value is more than favorable in my opinion. If you got a bunch of gold coins saved up and not much time to jump into all those long time consuming titles coming to Switch, then pick up Inferno 2 for a few minutes to shut your brain off and let some of your senses and mind get lost!

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It’s a game that’s simplistic, cool, expansive, and I’ve really enjoyed it.

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As a whole, Inferno 2 was an exceptionally lackluster experience with hardly any highlights. For a twin-stick shooter RPG hybrid, I believe Radiangames perhaps should’ve made sure the level design and balance was more spot-on. For $4.99 and a roughly 4-6 hour experience, it is a fine enough purchase for fans of the genre, especially if played on co-op. However, if you are looking for something more exceptional, either wait for the game to go on sale or look elsewhere. For a sequel to a critically acclaimed title, I was woefully disappointed with the package delivered.

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No Recommendation / Blank

For me, Inferno 2 comes off as feeling very basic and worn. In the end, I was still just moving a circle around a Tron inspired background, shooting shapes at other shapes searching for the next exit.

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As a huge fan of arcade-style twin-stick shooters any game raising its hand as being part of that genre immediately has my attention...

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