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  • Summary: Blinx 2: Masters of Time & Space continues the adventures of Blinx, a heroic cat with the ability to make time slow, fast-forward, rewind, or stop. In this sequel, Blinx and his squad of tough, agile cats use their time-control powers to battle menacing time monsters, outmaneuver theBlinx 2: Masters of Time & Space continues the adventures of Blinx, a heroic cat with the ability to make time slow, fast-forward, rewind, or stop. In this sequel, Blinx and his squad of tough, agile cats use their time-control powers to battle menacing time monsters, outmaneuver the criminal pig gang, and discover why time is disappearing. You can play as Blinx or his rivals--the sneaky pigs--who are equipped with the ability to morph and control space. Blinx 2 also features cooperative and competitive multiplayer modes. Expand
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 19 out of 53
  2. Negative: 3 out of 53
  1. This is just masterful game making, pure and simple. [Dec 2004, p.66]
  2. It's certainly a solid game, and no, the time controls aren't impressive as they were a while back, but they're still fun and make the game unique.
  3. Despite some problems with the iffy lock on system, lack lustre presentation and the average story, Blinx 2 is still an overall fun title.
  4. It's a shame Artoon didn't have enough faith in the gamer to really let this kitty off the leash. [Feb 2005, p.97]
  5. I really did not like Blinx 2 in the least. What could have been a redemptive game that just needed to retool a predecessor that really wasn't that far off from being a very good game turned into a disaster.
  6. A perplexing amalgam of moves, gadgets, puzzles, characters and situations that don't blend. Imagine if you could hear every individual voice in a choir instead of one, massive, aural wave.
  7. 40
    Avoid this one; it's a hairball that's not worth coughing up the cash to play.

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  2. Negative: 1 out of 3
  1. Rem
    Jul 11, 2013
    6
    Blinx 2 is more of the same. Not much is changed, but there are new features which spices up the old gameplay from the first. Things areBlinx 2 is more of the same. Not much is changed, but there are new features which spices up the old gameplay from the first. Things are different this time, instead of Blinx you play as a created character of your touch. Much of the same mechanics is carried over from the first, but you now access this levels via hub world. Now the graphics aren't strong or even pretty with this title. Textures are really low-res and some of the smoke effects are just plain ugly. That said, the core gameplay still provides challenges with the manipulation of time and space. I will also mention that you can play as the pigs as well with more conventional weapons instead of time sweepers. The story isn't much of a focus with its extremely campy dialogue with lack of humor. Points to the multiplayer though, as it can be fun to play with a pal as you kit out your own team and customize to your liking. The multiplayer is where I had most fun as it is where the game had most flexibility. In the end, the only reason to purchase Blinx 2 is to reinvigorate some of the fun from the first game, and that's not too bad of an idea. Collapse
  2. MarcusN.
    Nov 18, 2004
    5
    The first Blinx got a wicked score it is the worl first 5D platformer on any console.
  3. BlueFalcon
    Dec 6, 2004
    4
    It feels more like a chore than a game. Go do this, collect that, move over there...