Cat Quest II
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Cat Quest II succeeds in taking the concept of the original further, and making it a more compelling experience. The improved story, co-op play, and extra variety, essentially make it the bigger, better, more interesting version of the original - almost like a GOTY, or complete edition. Unfortunately, however, it fails to completely remedy the repetitive nature of some of the content, and in taking the tedium out of the level grinding. Overall, a commendable second tale in the world of Cat Quest, and one which is thoroughly recommended.
While it focuses to be appealing for kids this adventure RPG has tons of humor and a joyful story. IT could be a good experience for the whole family it gets repetitive but on the Budget it’s acceptable.
Review in Spanish | Read full review
Are you a cat lover, or a dog lover? Well we might just have the purrfect game for you. This game is no dog’s dinner, in fact its quite ameowzing. Not ruff around the edges at all. Ok now that I’ve got all those puns out the way (not sure I believe that one, I’m sure they’ll be some paw) it’s time to talk about the game. The first Cat Quest is an action RPG where you play a cat across a large open map to complete multiple side quests, sort out the big bad, and save the day of course. Cat Quest II does all that but also adds a dog, and most importantly lets you play co op
Fluffy, enjoyable, and suitable for all, Cat Quest II is the RPG you did not know you want, but need.
Cat Quest II is just as good as the original. The core mechanics remain appealing, while the addition of magic rods and projectile attacks are enough to change things up for those who were afraid of another melee-fest. The elimination of some required grinding makes the game feel more streamlined for those who were anxious to see where the main storyline goes, but the inclusion of local co-op increases the game's fun factor tenfold. This is another job well done and another quality title to add to one's gaming library.
Cat Quest II is an action RPG that with its world of cats and dogs, makes for a funny and good-humoured experience. With its colourful and eye-filling world and a simple combat system, Cat Quest II can get a bit repetitive at some points and there's not a lot to do after the main quest is done but that doesn't stand on the way of Cat Quest II being another very welcome addition to the Nintendo Switch catalogue.
Review in Portuguese | Read full review
The gameplay is simple, but diverse… and the game is as hard as you want it to be. You can stick to the main story and face a challenge, or you can do every side-quest in sight, explore every cave, and power-level your way to endgame state before you even visit the Lupus Empire. But whatever you do, just play this game. I loved it, my wife loved it, even my cat loved watching me play it. Now pounce along and go get this purrific title.
Cat Quest II took what made the original special and amplified the fun with co-op multiplayer and a variety of enjoyable quests.
Ruthless war between the cats and dogs with new adventures and more fun offers great experience but with simple story.
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