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All in all, Picross 2 offers an enormous batch of extra puzzles for those who thought the first game didn't have enough. You might need to have some patience, because the puzzles in this one can take a while due to actually being divided into parts, but you're certain to get months - if not years - of gameplay out of this title. Be warned though, because it was only released in Japan, and it's somewhat rare; if you really want to get it, you'll have to have some money ready and be prepared to do a bit of searching online.
I can nitpick this game all day long but the bottom line is I've been glued to it for nearly two months at this point and I'm only almost done with Wario mode. It's the most original Picross title I've played next to Picross 3D and should be a necessary title in any Picross enthusiasts collection.