Jonas Jürgens, Thunderbolt concludes:
Overall, Joe Danger 2 feels more coherent and varied than its predecessor. Where the first seemed like a loosely connected set of tracks, this one found the identity the previous game lacked. It’s as immediately fun too, and rarely feels like a chore, although the collection-based objectives remain. It has expanded upon the inherent silliness of the premise, and crafted a highly enjoyable game around it.