DHGF: Frankly this is one of the better games I’ve played, period. It’s addictive, deep, and just a tightly designed game where every part is connected to each other. A lot of games I’ve played lately feel like they’re developed with different ideas in mind, like a multiplayer hastily added in, or game mechanics that just exist because they were thought up at some point in development but never really integrated well. Because of the high production value of many AAA games we say they’re polished, but they really aren’t. Runner2 is polished, with every piece of it fitting perfectly together. It’s a game that you should experience, even it it’s only the demo.