In the end, it came. On August 11th 2021 — with the lengthy standard-issue delay one hopes to be a warrant of quality — came it did, on a file of no less than 113 MB.
I have played through circa 10% of the game, maybe 5% would be more precise.
Early impressions are, it's less complicated to hit a single home run than two in a row... but I look forward for the game to change my mind*.
The game did indeed change my mind. It isn't without annoying downsides, but most of these can be seen as tangential, and it is a worthy follow-up to the first AX you should be playing if you appreciated the first chapter.
|honestgamer - August 22, 2021 (01:45 PM)
I look forward to playing and probably enjoying Axiom Verge 2 at some point, given how much I liked the first one.
|Genj - August 22, 2021 (05:01 PM)
I bought it the day it came out and voraciously played it the next several days until I beat it. It's really good if you don't mind shift in more Castlevania-esque combat over the old Contra run 'n gun style. Better than the original I'd say, but I wasn't the biggest fan of 1. Probably my favorite indie game this year. The start is a bit too hard but it gets a lot easier when you start investing skill points.