Flatland Volume 2 Review (Xbox Series S)
Flatland Volume 2 Review Pros:
- Neon flashy graphics.
- 490.1MB download size.
- 1000 Gamerscore.
- Speed platformer gameplay.
- Graphics – Scanlines and blooms.
- Four game modes – Flatland, Not him again, faster than light (time attack), and tesseract hunter (bonus levels).
- Level select.
- Tutorial pop-ups as you play.
- Banging techno-infused soundtrack.
- Fast-paced platforming.
- Bonus rooms where you collect an artifact and then bring it back to the exit.
- Your goal is to get to the exit in any way possible.
- You can wall jump and do double jumps, specially charged directional jumps.
- Reflex heavy.
- A lot of fun to play.
Flatland Volume 2 Review Cons:
- Weird camera thing where it nudges around as you go past certain parts, it’s very jarring.
- No skip level option.
- Takes a whole to get used to the jump.
- Cannot turn down the effects as the block you play as is hard to set jumps.
- No online leaderboards.
- Can’t rebind controls.
- Little replay value.
Flatland Volume 2:
Developer: kyuu Fujisaki
Publisher: QuByte Interactive
- Graphics - 7/107/10
- Sound - 8/108/10
- Accessibility - 8/108/10
- Length - 7/107/10
- Fun Factor - 8/108/10
If you remember Geometry rush or whatever it was called, you played a cube and had to navigate all these tough levels as fast as you can. We’ll Flatlands is that but without the timer and instead of having a very neon-tastic aesthetic that is both cool and jarring in equal measure. For all the flash-bang wallop of the visuals it does make playing the actual game a right pain, effects trick your brain which in turn has you most timing jokes and Wall jumps, it’s an issue that always rears its ugly head. I like to play Flatlands for a bit every other night as the soundtrack is awesome, the controls are simple and the game does have its merits.