Andrew Baldwin and I recently sat down for a live stream and played Messhof Games’ latest title, Nidhogg 2 for the PlayStation 4. In short, we had a blast.

When I first sat down to play Nidhogg 2, the first thing I noticed was how God-awful ugly the game looked. Luckily, when playing the game, the visuals were my last concern. And honestly, once I put a chunk of time into the title, the art-direction started to grow on me.

The goal in Nidhogg 2 is to make it all the way to the left/right of the screen before your opponent does. However, your foe respawns multiple times in front of you before you’re able to make it to the end. So it’s non-stop action the whole time.

Gameplay Reigns Supreme

While I had some fun playing the game’s single-player matches, the real party started when I began playing with friends. From bad-ass ninja throws to whacky level hazards, we were constantly engaged and could not stop laughing and trash-talking. The last time I had this much fun playing a fighting game was Super Smash Bros.. While the game isn’t as technically complex as Super Smash Bros.’ gameplay, it’s the same type of chaotic madness.

For more information on Nidhogg 2, be sure to check out my video review above.

Brett Medlock is one of our leads on video production here at Enthusiast Gaming. He’s obsessed with action-adventure games, platinum trophies, and K-pop. To hear more about how lame he is, follow him on Twitter @brettnll
Brett Medlock
Brett Medlock is Nintendo Enthusiast's Editor-in-chief. He’s obsessed with action-adventure games, platinum trophies, and K-pop. To hear more about how lame he is, follow him on Twitter @brettnll

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