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PSP Minis (Mar 15, 2012)
Knight Fortix 2 doesn’t do anything radically different from Qix, but for me, it manages to make Qix’s basic gameplay fun, which says a lot. Really fun, I can’t remember the last time I enjoyed a Mini so much. It also has a lot of polish, from the achievements and high scores to little touches, like making different sounds depending on the terrain you’re moving through. It does what a sequel should do—refine and lengthen the experience, rather than reinvent it.
BioGamer Girl (May 09, 2012)
Fortix 2 has an above average presentation with its colorful graphics, catchy sound effects, whimsical music, and tight control scheme. It would've been nice to see more stages included in the game, as you can blow through the entire game in a day or two. Still, each stage is a blast to play through and the difficulty setting allows you to play through and increase the challenge as you go. Fortix 2 is one of those that you just can't put down. Instead, you agree to complete "just one more stage" numerous times before actually turning the game off. The addictive nature of Fortix 2 cannot be matched. The only glaring drawback here is the amount of content contained in the game, but there is still enough fun to be had in Fortix 2 to make it well worth the download. Don't hesitate to buy Fortix 2 today!
PSN Stores (Mar 18, 2012)
Even though it had its problems, I enjoyed the first Fortix game. Knight Fortix 2 fixes of all of the previous game’s problems and builds on a formula that’s fit for pickup-and-play fun. Pick it up if you’re itchin’ for some Qixing.
Pocket Gamer UK (Jun 06, 2012)
It's an old skool game executed in a modern way, expanding on the game from which it takes its inspiration until it resembles a light strategy game as much as a pounding arcade title. Though it won't necessarily amaze you with its innovation, it's still a refreshing twist on a familiar recipe.