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Generally favorable reviews- based on 36 Ratings

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  • Summary: Kurt Hectic is back to save the universe. This time, he is teamed with the genius Dr. Hawkins and the six-legged, gun-totin' robotic dog Max. Save the world with unique gadgets and weaponry, like the Black Hole Grenade and the Sniper shield. [Interplay]
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  1. Positive: 21 out of 23
  2. Negative: 0 out of 23
  1. The frenetic pace and intense (sometimes frustrating) challenges of the 10 levels is absorbing, graphically most satisfying, quite varied and, most of all, funny.
  2. If you like to have fun playing games, and even if you like to laugh, there are a few parts in MDK 2 that are simply FUNNY, not the normal supposed-to-be-funny crap that you see in a lot of games, but clever humour, something that is generally very rare.
  3. Reinvigorate your childhood fantasies of living in a cartoon and pick up MDK2 - there ain't much better in the genre.
  4. This time the settings are richer and the environment is fuller and he's got help.
  5. A fun third-person shooter with some uneven gameplay issues.
  6. "MDK2" is a fine sequel to one of the silliest action fests ever.
  7. Unfortunately, the puzzles and obstacles become less fun and more annoying the further you get into the game leaving you spending more time on them and less time enjoying the good aspects of the game.

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  1. Dec 11, 2012
    8
    A huge improvement to the original constructed by Bioware. Adds two new playable characters from the original, voice acting, a comic book style plot, between mission custcenes, and a plethora of new powerups. The devs really took advantage of the new character's skill sets to make you wrack your brain at every puzzle while still building on the main character's skills to provide him with a unique trip too. Definitely worth picking up along with the original if you enjoy platformers. Expand

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