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Mar 6, 2013 | 1:30 PM EST
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Humanity is nearing its end, and it is up to you to preserve life at all costs! Nuclear Plant 2 is an awesome shooter where your main goal is to constantly upgrade your arsenal! Unlock bigger and badder guns by doing research! How many waves can you survive for? Ppllaayy Nuclear Plant 2 now!



Rated 2 / 5 stars

Not bad, but I think the downfall of this game, as with many others of its ilk, is that it gets too hard, too fast. Perhaps if you decreased the number of enemies, or reduced the amount of damage they give the player character, we might have something.


Rated 2 / 5 stars

I recommend playing the first one instead!

Okay this is a cool game on when regarded on it's own, but in context of it's predecessor it's a pretty big letdown. I mean come on, different names and background image and that's it basically. The mechnics, the guns, the enemies, they are all the same.
Actually, while I'm glad that you didn't use the same twist at end, with no substitute you even stripped the game of the bossfight. And since the tree grows automatically in this one it has gotten a lot easier - that's another negative, since I really liked balancing research and growing in the last one. It may have been a plain task that didn't add much but prolong gameplay but it gave a sense of resposibilty for the plant and keep you busy and involved.

For people that haven't played the first one this will be an okay game, however i think it's just a dissapointment.

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

Nice story. Graphics are ok, but the game is too easy. Maxed the research skill at first and ended the with all skills maxed, all weapons and 50 skill points. I went for the 12000 $ gun and at that point I didn't even have to move anymore. You should be forced to make decisions, but here you really can't do anything wrong.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

pretty entertaining. could have been longer though, and a few more upgrades


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

In all honesty, the game would have been a 3-4...If I hadn't played the same game in your first version. Other than a new background, a few new interfaces, and some makeup slabbed on the enemies, it's the EXACT same game. Guns are the same, think the upgrades use the same interface from the first one, and it still dies out at the end. As with the first one, once you gotten used to the game, it stops getting harder. Sure, more enemies come and eventually get harder, but you upgrades and gun easily outclass them. There's no real challenge once you get used to the game, and since there are tons of games like this out there, you get comfy pretty quick. It would have been interesting to research gun upgrades, enemies to deal more damage -if you'd put more in- to them, and maybe make it so that the monsters can attack the plant as well. Simply making the plant vulnerable would have made the game more challenging. You'd have to prioritize certain enemies over others rather than just jumping around spamming bullets at whatever was right in front (or beneath because you're jumping) of you. This feels less like 2 and more like 1.1 or 1.2. In the end, it's a game that suffers just like every other game of it's type, longevity. eventually you get all the upgrades, get the biggest gun, and enemies can't touch you while you drop them like god. I actually liked how the ending wasn't what we expected in the first one as well.

In the end, The game is good, runs smooth, and looks nice. I just wish you'd pushed the envelope, or nudged it, or even breathed on it. Essentially, it feels like a new paint job and a new sale sticker were slapped on the original and we were told it was new.

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