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MDK2 is a well-designed action platformer that will take quite a bit of time to get through its 10 levels. Varied play mechanics keep the shooter fresh and the humorous story should occasionally put a smile on your face. It can be challenging and at times frustrating, but overall, it is a fun romp. It’s a fine addition to the WiiWare library that is easily worth recommending.
Despite showing its age, MDK2 is a great port. Ahead of its time when it was originally released, this updated model of an off-the-wall third-person shooter is well worth a look.
MDK2 is at its best when it goes nuts with large, crazy enemies and bullets galore through its strange environments, but not so much when it comes to puzzle-solving or platforming. If you can put up with or simply muscle through these very weak sections then you'll find MDK2 a great blast from the past.
'MDK 2 was a hidden gem in 2000 and is once again one in 2011. Sure, there are numerous issues that may result in a few Wii Remotes ending up flying through rooms, but if you’re looking for an old-school game, both in nostalgia and difficulty, then look no further than MDK 2. This is yet another example of a game that ends up being better than the sum of its parts and fans of shooters, comedy-games and just all around fun games should definitely give MDK 2 a download; you'll be frustrated but not disappointed.'