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Submitted by NYC_Gamer 663d ago | review

Edge- Mighty Switch Force 2 Review

Edge:The new water gun, meanwhile, is a qualified success. It’s responsible for the game’s most ingenious moments, as you rearrange blocks to guide jets of water through narrow channels, washing away muddy obstacles or nudging enemies off platform edges. Yet it lacks the precision of a laser pistol, proving disruptive to the flow of a game that demands something approaching perfection. And with stages both longer and harder than the original, we suspect fewer players will persevere with MSF2’s second game once they’ve beaten the first. (3DS, Mighty Switch Force 2) 6/10

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