A dauntingly hard game that asks a lot of patience from its gamers, A-Men 2 is a love-it-or-hate-it kind of deal. It's an interesting, if at times rather frustrating experience, also because of mediocre checkpints and the lack of a Cross-buy option.
A-Men 2 is a painful experience, a game that tries to emulate The Lost Vikings, but is not able to achieve its dream. The game is like a chore: you'll have to repeat tons of actions just to solve a puzzle. And, with few checkpoints, that's not fun at all.
If I stopped to process the notion that I'll never get the time back I spent wrestling with A-Men 2's spongy, imprecise jumping and clunky puzzles, I might never stop trembling with impotent rage. [Jan 2014, p.95]