Guns, Gore & Cannoli 2 is excellent. The classic side-scrolling shooting benefits greatly from the 360-degree aiming, giving you few to no limits in dealing carnage. The presentation is still solid, and the improved co-op mechanics make this a perfect game to play with friends. Shooting fans will have a blast with this one.
Loved the first one, love this one as well.
variety of weapons and enemies
level of challange and so on...
All is 10/10 IMO.
It is a short game, but the action is constant, cut-scenes have the perfect lenght and are worth watching witht the humor they have to offer, and there is never a feeling of grind or boredom, so despite the game being completed after 3-4h, it is definetly worth the price.
I only completed the "Normal" difficulty, and there are 2-3 higher ones, so could imagine that would take much longer, which is something I might test out.
I hope the developers will keep doing these, with the same or different skins, as long as the same level of quality remains.
Kudos to Crazy Monkey Studios. Instead of relying on only the strengths of the predecessor, the team decided to tackle all the shortcomings. And the result is a blast, filled with guns, gore, zombies, nazis, tongue-in-cheek humour and a visually beautiful cartoon design.
Guns, Gore & Cannoli 2 does absolutely nothing to evolve the genre, but it’s OK. Not every game needs to be innovative, and this Belgian run’n’gun excels at squeezing every drop of fun out of every minute of gameplay using simple means and it looks amazing while doing it. [05/2018, p.54]
Much better than the first one, this sequel is a frenetic run and gun with wonderful 2D graphic style and tons of action. It might be not the longest game in the market, but you will enjoy every second of it.
While the actual story felt like it was trying to drive me away from the action, Guns, Gore and Cannoli 2 kept me in by being a really stellar side-scroller. The shooting felt great, the environments were well-designed and chock full of enemies to beat, and the arenas were challenging without being cheap. Certainly not as sweet as its namesake overall, but you’d be crazy to turn down this cannoli without giving it a chance.
GGC2 is really an awesome game! Yeah people say it is short (which is true) but seriously at that price, you really get a lot of bang for your buck; it's FUN, provides various types of gun to let your creativity run wild on your enemies, the artwork is very impressive for its genre and the scenario / gameplay is cool. And finally, you get to play co-op with a friend which makes the experience so much better (my friend and I had so much laugh while playing it!). I definitely recommend this game to anyone who likes to play games for simple fun. We truly need more games like this one..
Beautiful looking game but, unfortunately, as someone mentioned, virtually unplayable due to the god-awful controls. There's like trillion inputs, both keyboard and mouse, for what is supposed to be a plain straightforward run-and-gun. The game won't recognize my joystick and it wouldn't do me any good if it did since I "only" have 10 buttons at my disposal and the app requires, like, 30. Devs should have stuck with the good old formula "the less is more". Instead, we got a game where one must use mouse cursor just to make the character face the other way (?!?!). Long story short, control inputs have ruined what might have been a great game. Since it can't even be played properly, the score of zero would be more appropriate but I'll reward it with one solely on account of nice art-style and the fact I loved the first game.
SummaryGuns, Gore & Cannoli 2 revives the good, old, action platform run & gun genre, but this time with a bunch of humor and buckets of blown off body parts. In this sequel to Guns, Gore & Cannoli, Vinnie Cannoli’s story continues and this time it’s personal.