Submitted by jjdoyle 836d ago | review

Mighty Switch Force 2 Review (GoNintendo)

"If I had to pick one other company that I love almost as much as Nintendo, I think I'd have to go with WayForward. They encompass everything I love about old-school gaming, and I mean that in a very lovable way. The genres they tackle, the design choices they make, their love of pixel art. All of that rolls into a warm virtual hug that almost all of their games give me.

Of course, that's why I was super excited for Mighty Switch Force 2. I really enjoyed the first outing, but was even more surprised to find out that a sequel was coming our way. With what seemed like a quick turnaround, would the quality in this sequel take a dip? I didn't think WayForward would let things head in that direction. I'm very happy to report that they didn't.", writes GoNintendo. (3DS, Mighty Switch Force 2) -

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