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Xbox One / Xbox Series X/S Game Review

Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl 2


Format: Xbox One / Xbox Series X/S
Publisher: GameMill Entertainment
Developer: Fair Play Labs
RRP: £39.99 - £69.99
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Age Restrictions: 7+
Release Date: 14 November 2023

Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl 2 lets you duke it out with the biggest and best fighting character roster yet, including all new characters like SpongeBob SquarePants, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Squidward Tentacles, Jimmy Neutron, and more! Choose your favourite brawlers, master their unique move sets, and use all-new powerful Supers to land the finishing blow with friends or across a unique, roguelike player campaign...


Play as your favourite Nickelodeon characters

Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl 2 is the perfect game for the younger members of your family. It also allows parents and older siblings to play alongside for even more fun and mayhem.

The game features a single-player campaign where you can put your skills to the test as you fight to stop Danny Phantom archvillain Vlad Plasmius from taking over the Nickelodeon universe. But it's the local multiplayer mode where you'll have the most fun with other members of your family, or friends. It's a great little party game with hours of fun and belly laughs. You can also go online and play with friends, or be matched with total strangers.

If you played the first game in the series then you'll be pleased to learn this is an improvement in almost every respect. The first game was fun, but this game just knocks it out of the park.


The gameplay is challenging, yet easy to get to grips with

The graphics are bright and bold, the gameplay is challenging, yet easy to get to grips with. And all in all getting to play as your favourite Nickelodeon characters is so much fun. We have a young member of the family who is a huge SpongeBob fan, and so this was the only game he wanted to play... over and over again.

If I had one complaint, it's the price. To get all of the DLC you'll need to purchase the Ultimate Edition and that's going to set you back £70. The standard edition is £40, but you're bound to want to buy some of the DLC costume packs.


Nick Smithson

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