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Category Description User Score
Gameplay How well the game mechanics work and the game plays. 3.7
Graphics The visual quality of the game 3.5
Personal Slant A personal rating of the game, regardless of other attributes 3.0
Sound / Music The quality of the sound effects and/or music composition 3.3
Overall User Score (6 votes) 3.4

Critic Reviews

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While the difficulty is ramped up a bit in the sequel, which requires a slower pace in order to be more careful, the improvements here (more elaborate streets, three weeks of stages instead of one, larger obstacle courses at the end of each block), make sure that this sequel isn’t the same old news.
Retro Game Reviews (Oct 16, 2015)
Paperboy 2 isn't the deepest game in the world but the additions are welcome (especially the three different routes) as they enhance replayability. The challenge is much fairer and overall it's simply a more fun experience with good gameplay, a brilliant sense-of-humour and many laugh-out-loud moments.
N-Force (Sep, 1992)
Paperboy 2 is a total waste of time. I can't understand why the arcade machine was so popular in the first place. Stay clear of this at all costs!
Video Games (Jun, 1992)
Das Modul bietet solide Programmierarbeit mit einigen witzigen Details, die allerdings nach sehr kurzer Zeit ausgereizt sind. Die Vielzahl von anwählbaren Kursen kann nicht über die geringe abwechslung hinwegtäuschen, denn letzlich sind alle Strecken sehr ähnlich. Wer den ersten Teil schon hat, wird auf dieses Modul kaum noch abfahren.
25 (Jan, 2013)
If Tengen had tightened up the handling and reigned in some of the madness, Paperboy 2 would have been a worthwhile expansion of the original. At this point, our PaperYoungAdult needs to find a bike that better suits his gangly features or grow up and get a pizza delivery job. Besides, who reads an actual paper in 2013?