La esperadísima secuela de Spelunky se estrena mañana en PlayStation 4 y unos pocos afortunados medios extranjeros han tenido acceso al juego antes de tiempo.
Todos coinciden en que, sin revolucionar la fórmula, Spelunky 2 mantiene la esencia y añade multitud de sorpresas que hacen que se sienta como algo fresco.
- Plataformas: PlayStation 4, PC
- Fecha de lanzamiento:
- PlayStation 4: 15 de septiembre de 2020
- PC: 29 de septiembre de 2020
- Géneros: Plataformas, roguelike
- Jugadores: 1-2 (cooperativo local y en línea)
- Desarrolladora: Mossmouth, BlitWorks
- Distribuidora: Mossmouth
- Agregadores de críticas:
Attack of the Fanboy - 4,5 / 5 stars
Spelunky 2 enhances and expands on what worked in the first game without "fixing" anything that wasn't broken. In that way it's the perfect sequel for fans who have been playing this game for over a decade. Newcomers might be scared away by the difficulty and seemingly impenetrable secrets, but the effort to get through this is well rewarded.
Destructoid - 8 / 10
Spelunky 2 is more Spelunky. It doesn't wildly reinvent the formula, and even brings back a lot of the same hazards and enemies that tormented you the first time around. But it innovates ever so slightly in so many ways to help give this sequel its own life. Either way, it sucked me back in.
Eurogamer - Essential
A legendary game gets a legendary sequel.
Game Informer - 9 / 10
No matter how many times I yelled in frustration, I couldn't wait to jump right back into the ever-shifting caves
IGN - 10 / 10
Spelunky 2 is a masterpiece of procedurally generated platforming that stays true to the legendarily challenging original while also holding surprises around every corner.
Polygon - Unscored
This isn’t a sequel. It’s yet another chance to play Spelunky with fresh eyes; everything is just a little different, another stroke that proves perfection is imperfect. Even the best can get better.
Shacknews - 9 / 10
Spelunky 2 is a treasure in every way, one you'll be glad you've discovered.
USgamer - 4,5 / 5 stars
Spelunky 2 is an outstanding sequel. Derek Yu, BlitWorks, and the rest of the team behind it have assembled a game that adds to what made Spelunky great without trending toward bloat or changing too much of the essentials. In some minor ways, the level randomization and art style don't feel quite up-to-par, but the overall package is polished, compelling, and brimming with secrets. As ever, players will die over and over in pursuit of a successful run or even just an ounce of progress, which is the way it's meant to be. I'm excited to see what others uncover as they pick themselves up again and again to venture deeper into Spelunky 2's depths.