Flashback 2 Is Out Now, But Switch Owners Will Need To Wait A Bit Longer

Developer and publisher Microids has launched Flashback 2 on PS5, Xbox Series X/S, and PC, though unfortunately, it looks like Switch owners will need to wait a little longer, specifically until sometime in Q1 2024.

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OtterX217d ago

I was a fan of the original back in the 90's, and somehow never heard about this sequel! Pretty cool to see a classic resurrected. I'll have to check it out (if reviews are good), probably PS5 or Steam that hit today

Snookies12217d ago

There was a sequel or reboot or something before this one. It didn't review too well though, so I never checked it out. Also kind of makes me wary of this one. The original was an amazing game back in the day. I always loved the atmosphere and aesthetics it had going for it. One of those truly unique games that just leaves a lasting impression.

QuarkZ216d ago (Edited 216d ago )

Yup, as a big fan of the original, the remake made me sad, it was absolute garbage and I couldn't finish it, a bit like Oddworld new and tasty that a lot of people hated, yet they doubled down with the sequel and got slapped as a result.
Just very weird that we heard nothing about this sequel, but I agree that it doesn't make me very optimistic. I guess we'll see!

Edit: yeah, looking at Steam comments and stuff, it's shit lol

Rebel_Scum216d ago

The remake sucked. All the atmosphere of the original was completely vacant from it.


Flashback 2 Review -- Gamerhub UK

Wide in vision, but narrow in delivery.

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Flashback 2 Review – Fast-Forward or Skip | GB

Despite an intriguing set-up, the follow-up to the 1992 classic falters in almost every way, to say nothing of its various bugs.

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OtterX210d ago

Ouch. I'd rather them leave our nostalgia alone than half ass it, trample on it. Thanks for the warning.

autobotdan210d ago

The greatest game of all time confirmed


Flashback 2 Review | TheSixthAxis

Flashback 2 aims to revive the Amiga classic game for a new generation, but can its mix of combat and neon-filed visuals pull it off?

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