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  • Summary: Adventure waits below the surface... Dig deep, gain riches and unearth the terrors of the underworld in this platform mining adventure. Bonus double-sided poster and exclusive reversible cover.
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  1. Feb 4, 2019
    90
    It may not manage to bring a ton of new elements to the mining landscape, and the initial scene setting components see early progress a slow one, but once it opens up and the skills and abilities come into play, you’ll find a wonderful Metroidvania themed experience that is well worth taking in.
  2. Dec 17, 2018
    85
    SteamWorld Dig 2 improves on its precursor in pretty every aspect, from gameplay elements to level and art design, delivering us a very good metroidvania game with an addicting gameplay loop.
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  1. Feb 2, 2020
    10
    Excelente jogo, realmente não vi pontos negativos, necessidade nenhuma de ter Online disponível, trilha sonora incrível, jogabilidade fluida,Excelente jogo, realmente não vi pontos negativos, necessidade nenhuma de ter Online disponível, trilha sonora incrível, jogabilidade fluida, gráficos perfeitos para a proposta, enfim... Parabéns aos desenvolvedores! Que venham mais SteamWorld Dig ainda melhores. Expand
  2. Dec 4, 2019
    10
    Along with Hollow Knight. This is one of the best metroidvanias in this generation
  3. Nov 25, 2018
    9
    The gameplay features a number of different mechanics that combine together extremely well culminating in a very addictive experience. There’sThe gameplay features a number of different mechanics that combine together extremely well culminating in a very addictive experience. There’s quite a bit of exploration to be had in the game and this freedom keeps the gameplay fresh and interesting for most of your time in the game. I really enjoyed finding all the different secrets and upgrades because each secret and upgrade has been done well and in the end it’s rewarding when you find them. In terms of content the game has a decent amount for you to get to grips with and the best thing is that the content has a ton of variety within it.
    The presentation side of the game ticks a lot of boxes for me and in my opinion both the visuals and sound design further enhance the gameplay in some ways. There isn’t really anything new to do that the previous game didn’t already have. The campaign has a decent length to it a few more modes would’ve been nice because what’s here is fantastic. Back in 2015 there was a surprise entry in my favorite game’s of the year list and that surprise entry was SteamWorld Dig. As you can imagine then I have waited eagerly for the second installment to release, and thankfully SteamWorld Dig 2 was well worth the wait. It doesn’t offer anything different over the original nor did it need to do because everything feels finely tuned this time around and in some ways this makes this game even more enjoyable than the first. Once again the core aspect of this game is to dig and find secrets and there are plenty of secrets and upgrades for you to find along the way. Digging isn’t the only mechanic in play because the game features other mechanics as well, which might I add have been done to perfection. In terms of content the game has a decent amount for you to get to grips with but that still doesn’t seem enough because the game gets you that addicted that you just want more and more. I was however still satisfied with the amount of content available to me because exploring never ever gets dull or boring, which is great. At the end of the day then SteamWorld Dig 2 could very well be one of my favorite games this year and if you enjoyed the first game then this is an absolute must buy.
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  4. Aug 26, 2019
    0
    L'indé du lundi (le jour de la mauvaise humeur de la semaine) est un petit étron en 256 couleurs et en 2D évidemment (la 3D, c'est trop dur àL'indé du lundi (le jour de la mauvaise humeur de la semaine) est un petit étron en 256 couleurs et en 2D évidemment (la 3D, c'est trop dur à faire). On incarne une créature qui creuse dans des labyrinthes souterrains et... rien en fait.

    C'est que dès le lancement, le jeu veut accéder à votre profil et toutes les informations attenantes sinon on ne peut pas sauvegarder ! eh ben figure-toi, développeur indé de mes deux, que j'ai pas besoin de sauvegarder pour me rendre compte que ton sale jeu puant est une grosse merde ! tu peux garder ton spyware avec toi, j'en veux pas.

    Première fois que je vois ça, quand même et c'est vraiment n'importe quoi. Va donc creuser DTC pour voir !
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