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Submitted by negative_zero 399d ago | review

Mighty Switch Force! 2 3DS eShop Review | Negative World

Andrew N from Negative World says: "WayForward Technologies has built a reputation for themselves as a quality purveyor of 2D titles, both with their own IPs (the “Mighty” series, Shantae, etc.) and as a go to developer for licensed products (A Boy and His Blob, Contra IV, etc.) Sure, they release a few bombs, especially in the licensed arena, but the sheer amount of quality 2D games that they have developed over the years has put WayForward on the radar of most fans of the second dimension. Their loosely connected “Mighty” series has particularly stood out with some of the most consistently high-quality games on the Nintendo download services, including games on the DSiWare service (Mighty Flip Champs!, Mighty Milky Way), the 3DS eShop (Mighty Switch Force!), and a Wii U port (Mighty Switch Force! Hyper Drive Edition.) Mighty Switch Force! 2 is the first sequel in the esteemed “Mighty” series; does it live up to the legacy of the name?" (3DS, Mighty Switch Force 2) 8.1/10

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