Submitted by pixlbit 742d ago | review

Toki Tori 2+ Review - PixlBit

PixlBit | "There are casual games, and then there is Toki Tori 2+, the Lord of the Rings of devilish puzzle games: epic, gargantuan, and deep as hell. It may look cute and innocent at first, but have no doubt, this game is both immensely creative and insanely difficult. Try as I did, I was ultimately unable to beat it after three weeks of battling its fiendish design. While I’m disappointed in myself, I realize that a lot of gamers are going to suffer some of the same problems I did with it, and while it’s a great game I have left unfinished, I still have a lot to say about it." (PC, Toki Tori 2, Wii U) 3/5

bigchad  +   742d ago
I personally love this game. I dont understand how the reviewer can have nothing but good to say about it and still give it a 3/5. You say you played 3 weeks but only spent 6 hrs only to be disapointed in yourself for not beating the game because it was too hard. Well, all I have to say is im disappointed in you too. :(

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