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Submitted by mrwawa 59d ago | review

Kick-Ass 2 Review [Capsule Computers]

Christopher Chu from Capsule Computers wrote:

I was looking forward to this title when I checked out the pictures and screenshots that I received. Kick-Ass 2 was developed by Freedom Factory and published by United Independent Entertainment GmbH, the publishers of other titles like Professional Farmer 2014: Platinum Edition. I’m kind of disappointed to say that the title did not live up to my expectation. There were a lot of contributing factors that made it less than stellar, and while some parts of the game were done pretty decently, the overall feel of the game is definitely disappointing. I felt like the movie was pretty good itself, and this is definitely not targeted at the film, but the game itself is not something to be proud of. More often than not, I found myself staring at the screen in disbelief, either cringing at the voice-acting or getting frustrated by the slow combat. I wasn’t happy with the outcome, and here’s why. (Kick Ass 2, PC) 4/10

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