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Do you recall my review of Reed Remastered. That game must have done well enough to earn it a sequel. Family Friendly Gaming was given a digital downloadable code for Reed 2 on the Nintendo Switch. This exact version of Reed 2 is also available on the Playstation 4, PS Vita, and Xbox One. Reed 2 is only available in the digital downloadable format in the United States of America at the time this review was written.

Reed 2 is a side scrolling 2D action adventure puzzle video game that is extremely challenging. There are fifty-two levels to conquer in Reed 2. They get difficult very quickly. Our quirky little character must jump, and double jump his way around these levels collecting information cubes and getting to the exit. We must avoid a plethora of deadly items to collect these cubes and get to the exits in each of the levels.

The indie graphics are paired up in Reed 2 with some creepy music. If you can get into the groove while playing Reed 2 then you should fly through some of the levels. One mistake, or one mis-step and you will die in Reed 2. We must do all of the level over again from the start. This is what led to my frustration. In fact Reed 2 can lead to rage quitting. I rage quit quite a few times while playing Reed 2 on the Nintendo Switch.

I am being completely honest about Reed 2 triggering me multiple times. I guess I am not good enough at certain times on certain levels to progress. The only thing that made me feel better is watching others fail over and over again at the same level. I will be open about something. I do not find that to be much fun. Losing over and over again is not fun for me. Finishing a level did not help me much because I ran into the same problem a level or two down the line.

Hardcore gamers may get into Reed 2. If you like to be challenged, frustrated, and sometimes confused then you might get into Reed 2. If you like Reed or Reed Remastered then you might also like Reed 2. I honestly hope this series stops here. No more Reed games please.
- Sam


Graphics: 60%
Sounds: 65%
Replay/Extras: 65%
Gameplay: 65%
Family Friendly Factor: 60%

System: PS Vita/PS4/Xbox One/Nintendo Switch(tested)
Publisher: Ratalaika Games
Developer: PXLink
Rating: ‘E’ – Everyone SIX and OLDER ONLY {Fantasy Violence}
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