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Nidhogg 2

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Sequel to the indie hit of 2014, Nidhogg 2 builds upon the award-winning gameplay of its predecessor with new weapons to wield and levels to master, head-to-toe character customization, and the captivatingly grotesque art of Toby Dixon. And, with music from artists including Mux Mool, Geotic, Doseone, Osborne, and Daedelus, Nidhogg 2 has a soundtrack so good that even the menu screens are awesome. Game Features: - Challenge the AI or a friend in 1v1 combat. - Fight for the top seat in 8-player tournaments. - Master the distinctive traits of four weapons. - Get stylish with full character customization. - Ten stages from castles to Nidhogg innards. - Alter the rules with over 10 different game variables. - Go online with matchmaking and private games.
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Game Discussion

Review by Anonymous
Review from Steam

It's fun, but I prefer the first. The art for the backgrounds in this one is gorgeous, some of the best pixel art I've ever seen, but the characters look real dumb in my opinion, and the weapons all feel a bit too chaotic, though there are settings to fix that. The gameplay feels floatier and less precise than in 1, and I also like how 1 makes me feel like a badass Princess Bride instead of a naked Simpson.

Review from Steam

The original had better swordplay, but the expansion of content is welcome.

Review from Steam

hubris: the game

Review from Steam

GET THIS GAME FOR LATE NIGHT DISCORD CALLS WITH THE BOIS! YOU WONT REGRET

Review from Steam

Great game with friends!

Review from Steam

More possibility for being a party game than the first one, but still just as engaging as a dueling game. The visuals are one-of-a-kind and while they don't have the overwhelming Disco Of Death effect as the original, I actually find that to be nice for longer play sessions. Plus it doesn't give my wife a headache immediately.
The multiple weapons are thoughtfully designed and balanced, but there's enough chaos that things can turn around at any time.

Review from Steam

1. Invite a buddy to play some games
2. Get utterly staughtered
3. Dimwit gets eaten by a snek
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