Evoland 2 is an unique RPG, with its graphic style and gameplay changing as you progress through a deep storyline based on time travel.
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Release Date: Aug 25, 2015

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“It’s a mashup on a grand scale — and a successful one — bringing together many of the elements that make us love all those games individually.”
9/10 – Gamesbeat

“Evoland 2 manages to seamlessly blend an incredible number of genres into a single, wonderful experience.”
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“One of the best games I have played for a long time!”
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About This Game

Evoland 2 graphics style is changing as you travel through time and its gameplay evolves as you move along the storyline. It is also a real RPG at heart, with a deep scenario based on time travel: explore different eras and change the history of the world. But are you sure that the consequences will not make things worse?

Full of humor and references to classic games, the aptly named Evoland 2, A Slight Case of Spacetime Continuum Disorder brings a truly epic and extraordinary adventure, unlike anything you’ve ever played before!

System Requirements

Mac OS X
    • OS: Windows Vista or better
    • Processor: Intel 2.0ghz Core 2 Duo or equivalent
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Nvidia 260 GTS / Radeon HD 4850 or better
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Storage: 800 MB available space
    • OS: 10.6 Leopard
    • Processor: 1 GHz CPU
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: 1024x768 or greater desktop screen resolution
    • Storage: 800 MB available space
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Most Helpful Reviews  In the past 30 days
9 of 13 people (69%) found this review helpful
33.7 hrs on record
Posted: September 28
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I liked Evoland 1 and i love Evoland 2. It reminds me on my good old 2D games like Gameboy Legend of Zelda The Awaking or golden times on Nintendo Gamecube Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles.

The story is good with many little parts like who Ceres parents are. Many little pieces for a good puzzle. Sometimes i wished in later areas more books to read, like Metroid Prime had from the Chozos, but i am fine with this.

Graphics are sometimes not really detailed, but i love the the presend and even more the 3 D world (reminds me on FFCC and The Legend of Zelda Windwaker, sure not with Nintendo/ Square potencial).

Music is satisfying, a few parts are better, a few less.

Gameplay is good, it has a few spots of most genres (1 Street Fighter battle, 1 double dragon fight run, 1 of this air shooters, Bomberman Area, Jump N Run. Strategy part like Fire Emblem/ Advanced War and other things.

There are many things to find like Manaa, Orikon Ore, many Cards, Stars, leveling, a few weapons ,support characters upgrades, many stars and Cameos.

The game has 3 difficulties and is never to hard on the lowest one, only a few times frustrating if you dont like the genre and want do side quests.

What i dislike:

-No Evoland 3 yet
-No 5 Trading Cards
-The Game has an End :(
-No super final boss like get all weapons of the game, get for it master sword, mirror shield and golden armory (Legend of Zelda Twillight Princess, Skyward Sword) and beat Zeyphrot (only beatable with master sword) from Evoland 1 (who could be the child of Kuro and Fina :P and Kuno that get earth elements abilties to beat than super final enemy DEMONIC SHADOW KUNO (only beatable with elements and master sword upgrades by 30 stars(Metroid Prime stealed Dark Suit Samus and Zelda Twillight Princess/ Windwaker upgrading Mastersword)
-No Steam achievements for getting all upgrades or all Maana, no acheivements for get all swords of the game or Orikon weapons (every part, all parts) and for getting 1,5,10,20 stars, 1,5,10,20,30 Cards , for Cameos like Mew and Metroid, getting 1,5 red and 10 (green) of this healing item things, or visiting Ceres parents graves.
- No own game for the card game with cards of Evoland 1 (the 9 cards game)
- No skippings or help for parts you are not so good with or have already done
- No Evoland Quiz at the end of the game at "who gets millionaire" with a new item like 7 dragon balls or a loupe for finding new places/ stuff (including a few achievements)

For this really wonderful game i give 95 %. Buy it and support this great developer team. Thx 4 reading.
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1 of 4 people (25%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
19.4 hrs on record
Posted: September 30
First of, I love this game, all the variety and nudges to older games. That said, for the difficulty settings, what the game is sorely lacking is "just let me through this mechanic" difficulty setting. Would it be cheatin? Maybe yes if you leave it on through the game. The only one missing then is the player though. But hate being permanently stuck in a geme mechanic mode I just can't pass.


I have to say the ridiculous fighting mechanic in the volcano island has made me absolutely hate the game.
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1 of 4 people (25%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
1.1 hrs on record
Posted: October 11
I did not enjoy it very much. It completly steps away from what it originaly was. I got extremely bored. I don't reccomend this.
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8 of 21 people (38%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
10.6 hrs on record
Posted: September 30
Game Score: 2/10

Evoland was such a fantastic game! I went into Evoland 2 with high expectations but was let down hard. E2 doesn't really do anything new like the first game did. The first Evoland took some jokes and references throughout the different eras of gaming while Evoland 2 takes jokes, pop culture references, and battle mechanics directly from specific popular games. It's basically stealing from nostalgia and recreateing it (poorly). The developers should be ashamed for not trying anything new with their game.

- Colorful vivid environments
- Lots of boss fights
- Fun reliving some aspects of older games (not all of them, like this game forces on you)

- There's no "Evolution" like there was in the first game, it's just bits and pieces of popular games
- This game brings nothing original to the table and just steals from great games of the past
- Some combat sections are implemented very very poorly
- Easy to get lost and not know what to do or who to talk to next
- The story is boring and cliche

If you enjoyed Evoland and expect something similar then avoid this game because it's nothing like the first Evoland. I'd only recommend this game to players that can get it for free or very very cheap. The less money going into the devs hands the better.
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232 of 254 people (91%) found this review helpful
6 people found this review funny
7.1 hrs on record
Posted: October 7, 2015
The first Evoland was fun and unique, but at the same time also very short, linear and, dare I say, even a bit boring. So, has the game evolved into something better with Evoland 2 or is it just more of the same with more of that gimmicky gameplay? Read all about it right here!

To be short and to be honest it really is more of the same. But it’s done way better, for the most part. While the first one was to-the-point and focused (maybe a bit too focused) this sequel takes the time to expand on pretty much everything. But, like everything, this has some positive and negative effects.

First of all, the script has been upgraded. This in turn makes the story much, much longer and more fleshed out and it might possibly make you feel for (one or more of) the characters that accompany you on your journey. There are some funny moments and a whole lot of references to popular movies, TV shows and other games. It all still is rather linear, though, so I guess that hasn’t changed, and it also feels too ‘old school’ at times, but just wrapped in a more modern package.

The engine has also been upgraded to allow more types of gameplay to be shown. While there are still gameplay sections in it that you have also already played during the first game there are now many more. I can’t list them all I’m afraid, partly due to the character limit and my memory, but a few of the new gameplay types included are puzzles (clearly inspired by Professor Layton), music segments (clearly inspired by Guitar Hero), shoot ‘em ups (‘bullet hell’-like games) and stealth (clearly inspired by Metal Gear Solid).
I personally think it’s incredibly impressive to have an engine that can handle and show all these different types of gameplay and graphics without breaking a sweat. And I haven’t encountered any loading screens either, now that I think of it (except for the initial loading screen, but that speaks for itself I think).

The problem with having many types of different gameplay is that, even though there are a lot of fun ones, there will always be genres that people just dislike and maybe even hate. Now that most of these gameplay types have been expanded upon it’s possible that parts of it might start to drag or bore sooner than the developer had hoped for. I personally hated the shoot ‘em up part; it felt that it took too long and it was also quite challenging. But, then again, you can’t please everyone. But they certainly tried, that’s for sure.

However, none of the added gameplay types really add anything to the game, but like the first game it’s a fun ride if you’ve been playing games all your life or if you are just interested in game history. You will see a lot of different types of gameplay come by during your playthrough.
But I can’t help but wonder if the game would’ve been even better if they had focused on just a couple of gameplay mechanics (the ones you would normally see in other RPGs plus a few unique ones) instead of adding tens of different, sometimes even useless, genres and mechanics. Probably not, though.

And even though it’s just a small part of the game the puzzles are, everything considered, well done, except for one or two. Unfortunately one of them even ‘broke’ the game for me as it became unsolvable. I am talking about the mammoth puzzle, which I was unable to solve on my first try. It’s actually really easy, but I did something (read: chose poorly) and wasn’t able to solve the puzzle because of it. With no way to reset the puzzle or fix it I had to load up my previous save game, which was fortunately just one or two minutes earlier. A bit sloppy, but I can forgive them.

Audio & Visuals
The music is exactly what you would expect in a game like this. It has a modern, symphonic soundtrack, similar to a lot of other soundtracks from years and games gone by. Rest assured: it’s not plagiarism. And somehow it also still has that retro feel.
The sound effects are also great, with a lot of beeps and ‘plings’ that we all should be familiar with I think. There is no voice acting, by the way.

Like the many genres included the game also has many (although not as many) different graphics. These range from 32-bit 2D and 2.5D to 3D, and each has its own style. It all runs at a solid 60FPS, too, and the colors just pop off the screen; they’re very vibrant and sharp, which I always love.
But in comparison it looks mostly the same as the first Evoland, with naturally some improvements added here and there.
All in all Evoland II manages to keep the graphics quality very consistent for the entire duration of the game. Another impressive feat for such a lengthy game!

Length/Replay Value
Where the first Evoland took roughly 3-4 hours to complete the length of the sequel has been increased to at least 19 hours, and most of it feels like proper content and not just filler content.
You can put in even more hours than that if you want to collect absolutely everything so all things considered it’s definitely worth the asking price. It might not be interesting for the entire duration, but almost every game suffers from that problem in my opinion.
It’s also not a game that you will replay often; once you’re done with it it’s likely you won’t play it again until at least several months/years later, and most of you (including me) probably won’t ever play it ever again. Still, absolutely worth the asking price if you ask me.

Wow, Evoland II sure managed to impress me. I expected more of the same to be honest, which is definitely true, but the sequel pretty much improves on every aspect of the first game. It doesn’t make the game perfect – there are still a few flaws here and there – but I absolutely like the direction it’s heading into. There are also still a few too many gimmicks gameplay wise, but if they promise to take care of this in Evoland 3 (either by removing them or fleshing them out) then I’m sure it will be nothing short of amazing. An amazing love letter to videogames (as well as other media)! Bravo!

Too long, didn’t read
+ The game engine can handle many different types of gameplay and visuals which is very impressive
+ Plenty of variety in gameplay
+ Visually breathtaking/Excellent art style
+ More fleshed out and longer than its predecessor
+ Collectibles and secrets

+/- It’s a little more open but it’s all still a bit too linear
+/- Because of the variety there may be certain parts that you wish were longer or shorter

- No freedom in upgrading your character; feels a bit tacked on
- You may dislike one or two genres
- Some bugs and glitches

Please note: a Steam key for this game was provided by the developer.

Rating: 8.0 (out of 10)
(Ratings aren’t calculated based on a formula, but on my personal feelings)

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181 of 211 people (86%) found this review helpful
6 people found this review funny
34.0 hrs on record
Pre-Release Review
Posted: August 25, 2015
Evoland 2 is a love letter to classic JRPGs and some of the greatest games of all times. Evoland 2 is Zelda, it's Bomberman, it's Double Dragon, it's R-Type, it's Street Fighter, it's Fire Emblem and so much more! All the games within the game are created with love and depth. They're not just a gimmick, they're not just there for a quick, cheap laugh - they're really good! They're really well-implemented and work with the fantastic story, as well. Because Evoland 2 doesn't just copy and mimic other games - it develops an identity of its own.
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90 of 101 people (89%) found this review helpful
4 people found this review funny
2.3 hrs on record
Posted: August 25, 2015
You see, I enjoy the first game as a guilty pleasure. It never really did anything with the "changing game types and dimensions," and its story was bare bones simple, and at times non-existant. It was all a vessel for a continuous joke, or reference, that if you didn't enjoy, would not keep you engaged.

This game manages to out-do what the first one did by having a solid foundation with its gameplay, and story that actually means something. I'm 2 hours into the game and it has yet to throw any of the previous progress I've put into it out the window for the sake of a joke. Any reference they throw in, whether it be Professor Layton, Zelda, or Final Fantasy feels surprisingly in place with the type of game this is, and far from forced like in the first one. On top of that, the writing is really enjoyable, and so is the musical score. The only part I didn't really enjoy so far was a stealth section, that lasted a bit too long, and wasn't even that enjoyable to begin wtih. Overall, the game is just a really enjoyable experience so far, and I highly recommend giving it a check, even if you weren't such a fan of the first game.
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58 of 66 people (88%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
37.2 hrs on record
Posted: August 27, 2015
I didn't play the first Evoland game, but when I had the opportunity to meet up with Shiro Games on gamescom 2015, the first thing they told me was that they took the time, over a year, to analyse what could have been better on Evoland and make sure that their next game would show an improvement. I just finished the game, and I can clearly tell you that they did, all in all, a good job with this new Action-RPG title.

One of the most critical points for Evoland was that it was far too short and it somehow let people empty-handed. My first playthrough, played very casually but still trying to unlock additional content, just clocked at 23 hours, in-game time. Even if some stages or scenes can feel a bit lengthy, there's always something to do in this game: you can progress through the story, you can explore the world and try and find hidden chests or new items or you can spend hours trying to defeat tough opponents in their card game.

You are never bored when you explore the world of Evoland: there is always a hidden reference for you to catch. You will be meeting up with characters from your favorite video games (Elizabeth from Bioshock Infinite, Sakura from Street Fighter, Lara Croft...), you will notice items coming from different universes (mention to the Valley of Wind shop with Captain America's shield on a wall just next to a Buster Sword and Link's Hylian shield). To be honest, at first, I even thought it was too much, all the time, and I had the feeling that this game might even get sued for being just a huge pile of copyrights infringements. But when you decide to play the game for what it is, a sort of homage to past glories like Chrono Trigger or Secret of Mana, you are just having a blast.

Nicolas Decasse, one of the developers, introduced himself as a huge fan of Chrono Trigger, and the scenario of the game clearly shows it: the plot of the game will have you travel through time, using magic stones erected by a now disappeared civilization, while making sure you learn that this power shouldn't be messed around with and that your actions can have dire consequences. As every hero, Kuro, your avatar, will meet new friends on the way, and create special bounds with him. They will help him explore his environment, and he will be able to call on their power to progress through the game, by removing obstacles or creating paths for him. Once their power is fully unlocked, you will be able to use special summons for each of your three partners, like you would be able to in Final Fantasy 6 or 7.

Time travel is represented in a way that a lot of retrogamers are going to enjoy: depending on the era you're in, the more old school the graphics. 8 bits for the past, 16 bits for the present and isometric 3D for the future, you won't be able to forget in which era you're wandering. To explore certain areas, you will have to switch very regularly from one era to another, as some of the puzzles will involve removing obstacles or getting specific items in a different era to progress in the timeframe of your mission. This feature is very nice, but to be honest, from times to times, it just hacks the story telling: backtracking to one of those special stones to change something in another era before going back to the original era you come from and go back where you were is just a pain, at least in the first hours when you have no way of transportation.

However, Evoland 2 always finds a way to renew your interest, by breaking the habit and having the player to explore regularly new video game genres: you will have for instance to defeat a boss in a versus fighting mode, you will try to save an entire civilisation playing a tactical RPG mode, you will have to escape a mountain fighting your way through a bullet hell... You never know what to expect in your first playthrough, and I certainly didn't expect to have to play a mix of Dance Dance Revolution and Guitar Hero in an Action-RPG! My only problem with that is that it reinforces the general impression that the game is just a pot pourri of references and that it lacks a bit of personality: you play a game that talks and shows more of other games than itself.

One of the main criticisms I'll have for this game is that some of the puzzles it offers are just extremely hard to solve, and not because you need a master's degree to solve them. No, I'm just referring to some tricky hitboxes or silly point of views that actually make you think you're stuck when you just have to move a couple of millimetres to see where you need to go or finally manage to destroy something that was blocking your way. I spent one hour looking for an exit in a forest, knowing where the only exit was, and not managing to open it because of the hitbox of the bush I was supposed to destroy was very tiny and made me think that I couldn't go there just yet. But all in all, the puzzles are kind of tricky in the game and you will have to think for a couple of minutes to solve most of them (just have a look at the discussion boards on Steam and check the numbers of "Blocked in XXX" threads).

All in all, I can only recommend this game to all players who are somehow nostalgic of the golden age of Action-RPGs, who have a massive geek culture or who are just looking for an enjoyable game to entertain them for about 20 hours. It has some downsides, for sure, like the fluctuating rhythm in the action or the fact that allies are reduced to a very supportive role (you never get to fight as one of them), but the diversity in the gameplay and the many references, served with a brilliant soundtrack, are making Evoland 2 a very enjoyable game.
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35 of 35 people (100%) found this review helpful
19.9 hrs on record
Posted: June 9
A massive improvement on the first Evoland in length and quality. Still a mediocre game which screams fan-service throughout though, lacking much character and substance in its narrative (which seems to be hugely derivative of Chrono Trigger) and many minigames. And while the increased length of the game and things to do were greatly appreciated, the developers missed the sweet spot between quantity and quality, leaving an empty feeling and a yearning for everything to hurry along and wrap up.

Would still recommend if you have some spare time and want to play a game which doesn't take itself too seriously, but if you're looking for something a bit more substantial beyond nods and references to other games, a playable narrative with some light jokes throughout, and gameplay which consists of an amalgation of many different genres of games in the form of minigames, you should probably keep looking.
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48 of 58 people (83%) found this review helpful
5 people found this review funny
7.1 hrs on record
Posted: August 29, 2015
Evoland 2
Developer: Shiro Games
Publisher: Shiro Games

Note: A key for this game was provided by the developer for the purpose of writing an unbiased informative review. No other compensation was given.

The original Evoland was somewhat of a surprise gem, utilizing some of the best features and gameplay from RPGs of the past. Expertly blended together, Evoland was a fun unique experience. Evoland 2 does nothing less than the same, crafting a wonderful experience using gameplay elements and mechanics from not only RPGs, but many other genres and series as well. You will see a lot of influences from many games, and many direct references scattered throughout. Even some pop culture references!

Evoland 2 is an action RPG first and foremost, but at times it changes up its style for periods of time. In one segment of the game, you are able to explore the field much like in the classic Secret of Mana style, attacking enemies that wander around the field. In the next segment, you will be platforming through a dark dungeon very reminicent of the old Super Mario titles. This change of style helps keep Evoland 2 fresh, and it lends this feeling of excitement to the game where you press on to see what type of changes come next!

As the style changes, so do the graphics. You will start your adventure with what looks like the classic Game Boy look, black/white/grey pixels makign up your character and the world. This quickly evolves into a better 2D top-down look, in full color and a bit more detailed. Further progression sees full 3D being implemented, increasing the depth and overall look of the game. The original Evoland was all about going through the history of video games, and Evoland 2 still retains some of that feature.

The original Evoland had a traditional turn-based RPG battle system, with a few changes here or there. In Evoland 2, combat is much like Secret of Mana or The Legend of Zelda: enemies are out in the open--you can walk up to them and whack them with your sword while avoiding their attacks. Much like Secret of Mana, you also get a few companions as you progress. But unlike Evoland, they do not join you in battle directly and take their own turns. Instead, you can charge up a Focus Attack that will cause your partner companion to unleash a special attack. After using this, a short cooldown occurs before it can be used again. These Focus Attacks are not only ways to battle enemies, but they are also used to interact with the environment. Menos' attack, for example, can be used to damage groups of enemies or destroy blocks, boulders, or other such obstacles on the field. These abilities can be upgraded as you progress and collect Maana.

The overall look and feel of the game changes as you progress the story. At first, it's very simple: pixelated and colorless. But as you progress, it goes full 3D and filled with color and detail. No matter which stage of the game you are in, even the very beginning, the game looks amazing. It just keeps getting better as you go!

Character sprites at the beginning look nice enough, and when they hit 3D mode you really notice the little details. Attacks looks better, environments look better, everything just looks so much better as you go! It's really amazing how well the art direction of this game was handled.

Sound and Music
One of my favorite parts of Evoland 2 is the soundtrack, especially in the Haunted Forest. The soundtrack perfectly matches each situation you encounter, the town you are visiting, or the dungeon you are exploring. Cheery, playful tunes for the towns set the mood for them well, and the dark, foreboding songs of each dungeon really make you feel like you are really there in the damp darkness. There is some very light voice acting, at least thus far, in the form of shouts, grunts, and other similar sounds. Swinging your sword is satisfying, as is the sound when hitting an enemy.

Evoland 2 runs flawlessly on my rig, which I like to call a low mid-tier build. 60 FPS at all times, with no lag or slowdown. No frame drops whatsoever were observed. It plays perfectly with my Logitech F310 controller, with no prior setup. The default controls were spot on and easy to acclimate to. That being said, a controller is highly recommended.

Final Thoughts
If you enjoyed the first Evoland, you will undoubtedly enjoy Evolnad 2 as well. It's a great nostalgic throwback to the games it draws some of its features and mechanics from, and you will surely recognize where a lot of them come from. Tons of easter eggs and references are scattered throughout too, making it an even more nostalgic experience. A must buy for fans of the original Evoland!

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37.7 hrs
Posted: October 20
Very good game - with a healthy mix of entertaining minigames included (prepare to "continue" often ... you will die a lot) It never gets boring until the end.

Also recommend this to everyone with a Steam Link and Controller - just awesome to sit in the living room and play.
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32.0 hrs
Posted: October 19
Definitely one of the best games I've ever played. I hope there is third on the way. Here's to hoping!!! I bought a humble bundle just for this game.
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Major Asshole
38.5 hrs
Posted: October 17
That game not only has a cool story, but it is also a wink at the different rpg mechanisms and several old console videogames.
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28.2 hrs
Posted: October 17
Much better than the original this game is many genres in one! Truly unique that I think most people will enjoy.
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23.8 hrs
Posted: October 12
THE Game for us 90s people :D
worth every cent!
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Blizzard Borealis
19.0 hrs
Posted: October 12
Evoland was decent, but the sequel is better in every aspect. The gameplay is fun. While it does use multiple mechanics which are usually simplified in comparison to the games that inspired said mechanics, they are done in a way that gives them enough depth to make the game entertaining. The graphics are colorful and reflect the feel of the game well. The audio quality surprised me as well. And the story? It's better than in most RPGs. Not only that, the game leaves you guessing in the end. Not everything is really revealed, not all questions answered.
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20.2 hrs
Posted: October 11
Evoland 2 is truely a gem. It has a very varied gameplay which is basically copied from classics like Chrono Trigger or Final Fantasy (Tactics), Zelda (even Zelda), Street Fighter, Double Dragon, Gradius, Super Mario. It also comes with a card game within the game itself. Lovely graphics ranging from the style of the really old Gameboy over SNES pixel styled to Nintendo DS 3D graphics. It has a marvelous sense of humour and so many reference to all sorts of other games. And it's got time traveling, which - let's face it - is always great in a video game.

The story is rewarding enough to keep you going. It follows a rather classic approach, gets much better throughout the game and towards the end becomes really intriguing. It is, however, somewhat dampened by an overhasty ending. It feels rushed and could have used some more polishing. It's lacking bits and pieces of dialog and character development that could have filled the gaps to make it truely memorable, but left the story end up being rather generic.

If you grew up in the era of the good, old SNES and know all of those games (or at least a few) you are going to have a blast with Evoland 2. At least I did. Some gameplay injections may feel a little forced, depending on your personal preference you are going to love some, others might feel annoying.

Overall, it is a lovely homage to what games used to be like and yet feels very fresh. The experience is a little clouded by the rather disappointing ending to what could have been a fantastic game. But this way Evoland 2 is "just" a very good game that will have you entertained and feel nostalgic for hours. 4/5
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Digital Twin
5.5 hrs
Posted: October 9
lotsta Fun!!
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18.5 hrs
Posted: October 8

+Great Story (Blew my Mind)
+Great Gameplay
+Great Artstyle
+Great Music

+Many secrets and collectibles
+Many Easter Eggs

I love it
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