Stealth Inc 2: A Game of Clones for PlayStation 4

Stealth Inc 2: A Game of Clones

Apr 7, 2015
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About this game

Developer: Curve Digital
Content Rating: Teen


The clones are on the loose again in the puzzling platformer sequel Stealth Inc. 2: A Game of Clones. Break free from linear levels of the original game with a fully explorable overworld, laying siege to a diabolical cloning facility with varied and detailed environments. Use a variety of special equipment to unlock new areas and find new ways to complete old puzzles. Explore the game with a friend in a full co-op mode, where one player controls the clone and another uses a variety of tools and skills on the Wii U GamePad to keep the player protected and hidden. HD graphics running at a full 60-frames-per-second combine with tight controls to provide a smooth but challenging platforming experience.

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Dave PayerleApr 23, 2015
The core of Stealth Inc 2 is just as fun and compelling as the original, and the new gadgets add a unique twist to each section of levels. While the lack of cross-save is disappointing, it’s really the overworld that holds the game back, and it felt like the broccoli that I had to get through in order to earn the cookies that were the test chambers.
Matt WhittakerApr 22, 2015
The PlayStation 4 version of Stealth Inc. 2: A Game of Clones is a great example of how not to port a game to a new system. ...Curve Studios managed to increase the frustration level of a title that already had the potential to elicit annoyance. From the clunky user-interface, to its seemingly downgraded visuals, to the fact that the most punishing mechanic is mapped to the largest button, everything about Stealth Inc. 2 on PlayStation 4 seems to indicate that some extra focus testing was necessary.
Michael BriersApr 06, 2015
More twitch-based platformer than out-and-out puzzler, Stealth Inc 2: A Game of Clones iterates on the core philosophy of its predecessor with aplomb, delivering a wonderfully addictive experience that will have you cursing at the television and jumping for joy in equal measure. Take heed of those notes on the wall, though, otherwise you’ll rack up a death count that eclipses even George R.R. Martin’s finest work.