Conclusion: And it's a good one. Largely speaking, de Blob 2 is a success in its simply-stated goals, and worthy of a play for anybody looking to zone out and relax for a while. Bringing forth colour and music into a dull grey environment is an addictive if repetitious task, and the easy difficulty level just serves to enhance its brain-soothing effects.
Excerpt: In a world where post-apocalyptic, brown, desolate and boring worlds dominate game settings, it is refreshing and a bit surprising that a game all about colour can actually be a lot of fun. de Blob 2 is just such a game. De Game is de good!
Conclusion: It can honestly be said that de Blob 2 will be fun game for any age gamer. Whether you want some colorful platformming or just want a fun game to veg-out to after work - de Blob 2 will fit the bill!
Summary: Making its debut onto next-gen systems, de Blob 2 is the sequel to the hidden Wii gem of a similar title. Was making the jump to hardcore consoles a good idea, or should this game stayed in the kids’ pile?
Pros: + Bright colors are a wonderful escape from gritty realistic graphics, + Music is beautiful and sets you in a trance
Excerpt: The original de Blob was a true piece of gaming art which was probably the most original game of 2008 as this strange blob attempted to colourise his world from his fascist oppressors. Unfortunately this release was a Wii exclusive, hence the larger gaming community missing out on the fun but thankfully, Blue Tongue has released the sequel as a multiple platform release which means you're all invited!