River City Girls 2 Review

River City Girls 2 reviewed by Jarrett Green on PC. Also accessible on PlayStation, Xbox, and Nintendo Switch.

Whether you are a long-time fan of those video games, otherwise you’ve simply been not too long ago launched to the beat-’em-up by the style’s renaissance over the previous few years, River City needs to be your subsequent cease. River City Girls 2’s RPG components, dense fight, and witty humorousness is an actual shot within the arm to a style that has been celebrating its historical past these days, but additionally in want of some innovation. Here, by increasing on its 2019 revival of the foundational design idea laid all the way in which again in 1989, Wayforward has blended historical past seamlessly with modern-day vibes to create one thing true to its roots and new on the scene on the identical time. You would possibly name being led forwards and backwards via the town’s map stale, however you may’t say these areas aren’t attractive and stuffed with nice music.

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  1. Game is fantastic, only thing I’m not a fan of is you can only save the game in your hideout area and that they seemed to make you weaker defensively and enemies take more to kill. The combat is much better, the soundtrack is another banger and there’s more side missions and much more different routes to do than before plus the 4 player local coop and soon to be added online makes it arguably better than the first game.

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