Rock of Ages II: Bigger and Boulder for PlayStation 4
PS4

Rock of Ages II: Bigger and Boulder

Aug 28, 2017
8.14
playscore
Good
772nd of 7756

Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots

About this game

Developer: ACE Team
Content Rating: Everyone10+

Summary

The greatest 'giant rocks rolling through historical/artistic ages' tower defense game is back with Rock of Ages II: Bigger and Boulder. Just like the title says, Bigger and Boulder cranks up the surrealism and gameplay to be, well… BIGGER AND BOULDER. With an emphasis on the chaotic new 2-vs-2 multiplayer, new time periods, and improved graphics, physics, and destructibility powered by Unreal Engine 4, players will need to be ready for some intense rocking and rolling.

Gamer Reviews

280 Reviews
8.70

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Critic Reviews

11 Reviews
7.57
Samuel GuglielmoSep 03, 2017
At the end of the day, there’s not much of a difference between Rock of Ages and Rock of Ages 2: Bigger & Boulder. However, that’s not quite a bad thing. The racing and tower defense hybrid is still unique and fun at its best, even if the boss fights and AI let the game down some. If you enjoyed the original then you can safely hop in here and enjoy it again, though if you weren’t a fan then Rock of Ages 2 won’t do much to change your mind.
Jeremy JohnsonAug 28, 2017
What surprises me most is how faithful Rock of Ages 2 can be in adapting its source material. In one level you fight the delusional Don Quixote in a world painted in the style of Honoré Daumier, where giants reveal themselves as mere windmills as your camera draws close. In another you fight the bizarre Burning Giraffe across a twisted dreamscape with melted clocks and endless sands inspired by Salvador Dalí’s most famous works. This attention to detail can be easy to miss, but is a fascinatingly earnest contrast to the game’s strange facade. Rock of Ages 2: Bigger & Boulder may not rock your world, but it promises a memorable place in history as one of the weirdest games you’ll play this year.
Josh TolentinoAug 28, 2017
Solid and definitely has an audience. There could be some hard-to-ignore faults, but the experience is fun.

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