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GenesisElectric Playground (1996)
Yep, it's another blockbuster adventure for the sludge barge pilot. VectorMan has now become my favorite Sega character. This guy is a mascot for the next decade.
90 (May 26, 2005)
Overall, VectorMan 2 is a true salute to the original, and even if it's not that interesting to you because it's not as good as a "modern" game...get over your stupid snobby pride and "lower" yourself to our level. Get in your car, dish out thirty bucks or so and buy this system and game. You'll suddenly realize just how far modern games have lowered the bar.
GenesisIGN (2004)
The lowly sludge barge pilot is back, and this time he's out to stop a whole new enemy: Earth's horrifying mutant insects! Get into disguise by morphing into things in your surroundings including the insects themselves. The enemy bugs are all over the place, so make sure to keep one finger on the trigger at all times. Use awesome firepower, such as Vectorman's own laser cannon, a pulse beam, fireballs, and a super shot. There are 25 levels of play, so bring your endurance if you plan to make it all the way through the terrifying expanses of this gargantuan game. Awesome animation, pulsating sounds, and gruesome graphics all add to the splendor of this game's goofball greatness.
GenesisThe Video Game Critic (Jan 13, 2014)
Vectorman 2 doesn't quite live up to the original, but if you couldn't get enough of the first game this one probably won't let you down.
GenesisFamily Friendly Gaming (Dec, 2013)
The flashes in this game can trigger migraines and seizures. The difficulty of the game will increase your blood pressure. The robotic voices are annoying. The graphics do not look that great. Which is a shock from the first game. Long levels without continuation points make players replay the same things over and over again. Pass on this retro game.