Digital Spy Pens the Definitive Velocity 2X Review

Featuring a traditional action flavor, Velocity 2X will be catnip for veteran gamers.

Featuring a traditional action flavor, Velocity 2X will be catnip for veteran gamers.

The old-school Renaissance continues, as the rapid expansion of the digital space has allowed developers to offer gamers a wider variety of experiences. Retro is a common trend these days as well, and the guys at FuturLabs embraced that trend and delivered the excellent Velocity 2X.

Featuring a heady mix of 16-bit side-scrolling action and some modern-day depth and flair, this is a perfect rainy-day game. And if you’d like to check out one of the best reviews available, you’d be well advised to read Mark Langshaw’s analysis over at Digital Spy.  There’s a lot to like about this well-paced, informative review, and we especially appreciate the accessible formatting.

So, if you’re on the fence concerning a Velocity 2X purchase, there’s only one review you need to read.

It's got old-school cornball appeal, which is part of the charm of yesteryear.

It’s got old-school cornball appeal, which is part of the charm of yesteryear.

Why We Like It:

— The review does a good job addressing the blend of old and new, which gives the game a unique appeal.

— Avoids the “wall of text” problem with a snappier formatting that is immediately more accessible for the reader.

— Hits the high points efficiently, tells the reader exactly what to expect, and doesn’t skimp on the details. This results in a cohesive, complete analysis that doesn’t feel lacking in any way.

Congrats, Mark!

Read Mark Langshaw’s Velocity 2X Review Now

3 thoughts on “Digital Spy Pens the Definitive Velocity 2X Review”

LOVE this game. I think I could spend the entire year just playing digital games, I swear. SO much more variety.

Very true.

I’ve been playing mostly digital games all year. Never thought I’d do that either.

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