When a game is called Stealth Bastard Deluxe: Tactical Espionage Arsehole, you expect great things from it's sequel.
Thus arrives Curve Studio's Wii U exclusive (coming soon to PS4) sequel on eShop: Stealth Inc. 2: A Game of Clones. The best way to describe it's game play is a cross between Metal Gear Solid stealth with Super Meat Boy platform antics. It is not a matter if you will die, it's when you will die for the first time after a mistake you couldn't even see coming.
Frustrating? Challenging? Brilliant? Let's find out...
Remind me to stop playing puzzle games at late hours of the evening after a day's work. But regardless of silly mistake, that was a lot of fun! Should you then purchase this offering from Curve Studios?
There are two main things that will keep you coming back for this: the joy of solving puzzles while keeping your clone alive and the competition to clear it faster than anyone else on the planet. If those where not enough, there is a very neat multiplayer mode with one player using the Gamepad and a level editor where you can design fancy new ways to kill your clones.
A brilliant concept polished for a sequel well worth owning. Go grab it!