DHGF: Darksiders II manages to invade more genres, all while staying true to what made the first game fun in the first place. Everything from the combat to the platforming controls well, and the puzzles are very methodical and well thought out. While Death as a character is interesting, and the game explores his background thoroughly, the story as a whole is a bit of a step down from the prior game and doesn’t really answer any of the questions left by it. Despite that, it’s still a quest worth undertaking, as the worlds you visit offer plenty to do, and modes such as The Crucible give you incentive to keep playing beyond the credits. If you enjoyed the first game in any capacity, then pick this up as well. Otherwise, if you have any attachment to games like The Legend of Zelda, God of War, Prince of Persia, Portal, or Diablo, then this is worth checking out for you as well. As for me, I hope this isn’t the last we see of The Four Horsemen.