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Paperboy 2

Paperboy 2 (GEN) game cover art
Platform: Genesis
Tags: Action
Developer: Tengen

Publisher
Region
Released
NA
06/01/1992
EU
??/??/1992

Staff Reviews

Paperboy 2 review (NES)

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Jason Venter says: "If Paperboy was John Candy, then its sequel is Chris Farley. The colors are gaudy, they clash ridiculously with even themselves, and yet somehow they look bland and unremarkable unless they're throwing themselves in your face. The cartoony look from the first title is mostly gone, yet the NES can't really handle the new visual direction. As a result, it's almost depressing."
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