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Submitted by newgamernation 540d ago | review

Review: Peggle 2 | New Gamer Nation

Peggle has long been one of those games that you can just pick up and play, have a great time, and get incredibly addicted to. While it’s easy to play, it’s difficult to master and provides hours of enjoyment. Peggle 2 comes in with the same model that you are used to from its predecessor. You shoot balls from the top to hit different color pegs with a physics engine that covers everything under the sun from the angle shot, the angle of impact on the pegs you hit, and how you bounce off walls. Knocking out the orange pegs will build up your multiplier and allow for greater points per shot, purple pegs provide an immediate point boost, green pegs provide you with a special ability depending on your character, and blue pegs just provide nominal points. You goal is to knock out all of the orange pegs to start the fever in all of its amazing glory while the song ‘Ode to Joy’ blasts in the background and crazy bonus points are awarded depending on where the ball ultimately falls. (Peggle 2, Xbox One) 8.5/10

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