Little Nightmares 2 Review


Little Nightmares 2 is a new puzzle-action horror game developed by Tarsier Studios in Japan and yet to be released on the Xbox. The story has been released since 9 December 2020. This time around it will be developed by Tarsier Studios, who is owned by Sega.

Little Nightmares 2 Plot

There’s no confirmed word regarding the release, but one developer has stated on twitter that it will be released on the Xbox series within the next couple months. No concrete details have been given yet. A rumor, however, says that the game will be coming out before the end of 2010. A number of publishers have expressed interest in this project, so it shouldn’t be surprising if we will see more news regarding the project around the end of 2010. No specific news about the Little Nightmares 2 Xbox series has been confirmed, but we’ll keep your fingers crossed!

Little Nightmares 2 promises a full new adventure in the world of nightmare living. In this game you take on the role of Anna, a girl who finds herself trapped in a tower full of danger. Help her escape and discover what lies beneath the towers, and find out why everyone is afraid of them. Along the way you’ll find yourself needing help from other characters as well. The first game was an open-ended scenario, but the second promises an even bigger sense of adventure with a couple of different routes to take.

As previously mentioned there’s still no release date for the Xbox One version of the game. Only a few more months until the official release on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 4, which should make fans happy. It’ll be interesting to see how much interactivity is present in this re-release. If nothing else it’ll be nice to be able to play with a friend or family member while playing this title. Who knows, you may just get a nice laugh out of playing this game along the way.

Final Verdict

We’ve been looking at the demo recently and have found it to be a very entertaining game. Although a little slow at times, it’s full of mystery and excitement. The voice over work, while not perfect, is quite good. Unfortunately the game does tend to get a bit annoying at times as the enemies seem to keep popping up all over the place and it can be hard to tell where the line is between them and your goal. That being said, the game does have some great replay value, and if you don’t mind that then you really should pick it up.

Right now the only way to obtain the Little Nightmares 2 demo is to buy the game on the Microsoft Store. It will be available for a few weeks before the official release date. We expect the game to go extremely well and to be much better than the demo. If you like the demo, buy the real thing, because the Little Nightmares 2 hype is certainly building up.

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