Nidhogg 2 for Xbox One
Xbox One

Nidhogg 2

Jul 18, 2018
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Developer: Messhof
Content Rating: Teen


Outsmart your opponents with all kinds of weapons in this life or death tug-of-war that ends in the belly of a flying worm. The next installment of the epic award-winning dueling tug-of-war is coming! Stab, shoot, slice, or stomp your opponent to gain control of the screen, then book it to your side of the arena. Before long, a new opponent will appear in your way. If they kill you, they get control. Get all the way to your end of the arena to win–and be devoured by the Nidhogg. Enjoy new monstrous visuals by artist Toby Dixon and bangin beats from Mux Mool, Daedelus, Doseone, and more!

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Mark SherwoodJul 17, 2018
Nidhogg 2 doesn’t stray too far from the concept of its predecessor. This, depending on what you want from a sequel, will be for the better or for the worse. Regardless, there’s no doubt that this game offers one of the best and most tense 1v1 experiences in recent memory. What I found most compelling is how in-depth and robust the game can be, whilst remaining totally accessible and fluid throughout.
Jordan HawesJul 22, 2018
Even though I sill have no idea what the overall point of the game is, I couldn’t help but enjoy the wacky nature of the game and the simple yet skill based combat. Unfortunately I was not able to test out the online multiplayer, but even if I could Nidhogg 2 still lacks enough modes to keep me coming back for more. The lack of a difficulty setting is also a let down for the arcade mode.
GrayshadowJul 10, 2018
Nidhogg 2 provides the same smart simple style of dueling found in the original game providing both intense and hectic battles. The multiplayer stages and quick battles that constitute each match consistently delivers a short burst of adrenaline rushed fights. It's unfortunate that there isn't a satisfying progression system to link everything together.

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