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SteamWorld Dig 2

SteamWorld Dig 2

SteamWorld Dig 2

Image & Form’s SteamWorld franchise has become somewhat of a household name among the Nintendo e Shops as of late, with games spread across Switch, 3DS, and Wii U gathering almost nothing but praise from players and critics alike. SteamWorld Dig 2, which is perhaps unsurprisingly the sequel to the rather wonderful SteamWorld Dig, has now found its way to the 3DS after an initial launch on Switch last September. Of course, the only question that remains is whether or not this new port is worth your time and money.

SteamWorld Dig 2

Before we get stuck into any comparisons between this version and the one on Switch, though, let’s take a look at the actual game itself. Picking right up where SteamWorld Dig 2 left off, you’ll be taking control of Dorothy (the shop-owner from the first game) as she sets off on an exploration to find her good pal, Rusty. Right from the off, this sequel makes you feel warm and welcome in the familiar glow of the franchise’s world, yet everything appears to be on a much bigger scale; even from its earliest moments, SWD2 hints at a larger world full of more characters to greet you and more ways to level up your very own heroine. Rather than simply saying that the game feels ‘bigger’, though, we’d actually describe it as being refined. Just like the first game, you’ll be digging your way through deep mines to reach specific plot points, with the same game-play loop of ‘explore, collect minerals, and then return to the surface to cash in and upgrade’ still perfectly intact. This could easily have become an all-too-familiar and lazy sequel, but that couldn’t be further from the truth; while most aspects of the game draw upon its predecessor, almost every single area that could have been improved has been. Let’s take the customization possibilities as an example; the game’s difficulty remains on the slightly-too-easy side of things for the most part, but you can alter your experience according to how you’d like to play. In-game options allow you to display plot-point markers on your map to direct you if you’d like the assistance, but you can just as easily turn these off and be greeted with a sturdier challenge that will present you with a much heavier focus on solo exploration.


Release Date : December 13, 2011
Publisher : Image & Form
Developer : Image & Form
Region : USA
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RAR File Size : 162MB


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1 Response

  1. Tom says:

    This rom not work. ARM11 error.

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