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Cat Quest II
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Developer: The Gentlebros
Content Rating: Everyone10+
Following the phenomenal success of CAT QUEST, developers The Gentlebros return to the world of Felingard, a fantastical land under threat from a continuing war.
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Cat Quest II is okay. It has a lot of bright colors and recognizable video game archetypes, and it also has good sound design. I think kids will get a kick out of mashing down an attack button and dodging enemy attacks, and doing so will net them a mildly interesting story about achieving peace between cats and dogs. Basically, it’s a decent introduction to action-RPGs. That said, there are many other bright and accessible games that have a lot more charm and personality than Cat Quest II. I recommend seeking one of those out instead.
Overall, Cat Quest II is a fantastic adventure that’s easy to recommend for players of any age. It’s a big improvement over the first and greatly expands upon what worked before while fixing some of the issues that didn’t. Having two characters to play as simultaneously keeps things fresh, as does the addition of long-range attacks. The graphics aren’t a giant improvement over the first, but they’re still good overall and pleasing to the eye. The weakest point is its sound — which isn’t bad, but unspectacular.
If you don’t have a co-op buddy on hand though, Cat Quest II is still plenty of fun by yourself. Just be prepared to get annoyed at your AI companion from time to time, but at least you can switch between either character at your will. If you didn’t much enjoy the first Cat Quest, there’s not much to tempt you into the sequel; it’s very much more of the same. But if you did enjoy Cat Quest, then that should be music to your ears. It’s everything you loved, but just more of it.