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Toki Tori 2+ Revealed For Switch: Launching February 23

by Donald Theriault - February 15, 2018, 6:25 am PST
Total comments: 5 Source: Nintendo

A nice surprise from Europe

This week's Nintendo download PR has revealed a new version of a beloved Wii U indie game coming to Switch.

A listing for Toki Tori 2+ Switch edition was found in this week's European store update release, with a release date of 23 February. Although the regular price of the game will be €14.99 (or equivalent), the preorder will be available starting at 1500 CET tomorrow for €9.99.

The puzzle sequel was published by Two Tribes on Wii U in 2013, and the firm's follow-up title Rive released on Switch in November.

Talkback

InvaderRENFebruary 15, 2018

This game is AMAZING.  It's a friggin masterpiece.

ejamerFebruary 15, 2018

I understand why some might not like the game - it can seem opaque at times. You almost never experience hand-holding, but are expected to observe and learn from your surroundings if you want to progress. Think the best little parts of Super Metroid, but in a puzzle game instead.


But yes, I agree that it's AMAZING. Before this game, I didn't think that "open world puzzle game" could be a genre.

SorenFebruary 15, 2018

I've been itching to go back to this game. Thankfully I can play it on Switch. This is perfect for late night sessions before going to sleep.

StratosFebruary 17, 2018

You think this will include the level editor that was cut from the Wii U version? Also, what does this mean for Two Tribes, as I thought they were closing down after Rive?

ShyGuyFebruary 17, 2018

Quote from: ejamer

I understand why some might not like the game - it can seem opaque at times. You almost never experience hand-holding, but are expected to observe and learn from your surroundings if you want to progress. Think the best little parts of Super Metroid, but in a puzzle game instead.


But yes, I agree that it's AMAZING. Before this game, I didn't think that "open world puzzle game" could be a genre.

Opaque seems like an understatement at times. Just how you move around the maps is confusing at times, let alone knowing where to go.

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