Now that Blue Tongue Entertainment’s much-anticipated puzzle-platform game De Blob 2 — a sequel to the 2008 Nintendo Wii Exclusive De Blob — has made its way into stores all over the world, we are starting to see the first lot of reviews trickling in.
We thought we would take a look at a few of the said reviews, and provide our readers with a brief round-up. The first review we took a look at is from Dan Lee over on thesixthaxis.com website. Dan gave the De Blob 2 game an overall rating of 7/10.
If you’ve already played the original De Blob game, you’ll know that the aim of the game is to restore as much color as you can to each level. Although Dan claims that the visuals aren’t massively detailed, he does state that they are varied and bright.
Another thing that Dan pointed out was the fact that the game does features some very large environments, but the time limit unfortunately gets in the way of exploring them. The next review comes from Susan Arendt from escapistmagazine.com.
Susan, who gave De Blob 2 an overall score of 4/5, noted that the game does suffer from a few camera issues that can be rather frustrating when trying to explore. The final review we looked at is from Tim Colwill over on the games.on.net website.
Tim’s overall score of the De Blob 2 game was 3.5/5. As Tim notes, the gameplay in the second game is very similar to that of the original, but with a few slight changes. One of the best features of the game in Tim’s opinion is the soundtrack.
You can read the full reviews via the links provided above. Have you played the De Blob 2 game yet? If so, what are your first impressions?