Fortunately, FF2 has a decent multiplayer experience. Gaming Age thinks this is where the game's strength really lies. Not so much because there are plenty of different mini-games or time attack modes, but as a family-centric title. FF2's simplicity evens the playing field between novice and veteran players to the point that the local multiplayer just screams, "Parent-Child Video Game Bonding". In that respect they can see a young family actually having fun playing together (competitively or co-operatively), but they just can't see themselves inviting friends over to have an all-night Feeding Frenzy 2 session.