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Deblob 2 - Playstation 3

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Platform : PlayStation 3
29 customer reviews
Metascore: 74 / 100
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  • Set off on an action packed color adventure with 12 new single player story levels where custom paints, patterns and music bring the world to life any way you want
  • Speed smash through walls, jet jump over skyscrapers and slam squash Inkies with all new power-ups that turn you into a super Blob
  • Paint your way past icy outposts, tropical bio domes and distant space stations to free the fair citizens of Prisma City
  • Inside, outside, above the Earth and below it, Blob embarks on mini missions and epic boss battles to restore color and music back to this rich universe
  • Recruit your friends to join the color evolution in all new co-operative multiplayer modes
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Platform:PlayStation 3

Product Description

Comrade Black is back and so is his war on Color. There will be no stopping him or his brainwashing new cult from taking over Prisma City-that is, until de Blob comes back to re-ignite color revolution!

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de Blob 2 is a platformer which utilizes unique painting functionality as the main game mechanic along with classic platforming actions and low gravity space. De Blob 2 is a sequel in spirit to 2008's de Blob, although it is the first game in the series available on PlayStation 3. Set a few years after the events of the first game, action in de Blob 2 revolves around another attempt to wipe all colorful individuality from Prisma City and its residents. It's up to the player to join the Color Underground and bring color back to the world. Features include: multiplayer support, 12 new single player levels, new power-ups and epic boss battles.

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Story

In de Blob 2 Comrade Black and the Inkies are back with a whole new plot to rid the world of color. With all-new help from Papa Blanc and his flock of followers the Blancs, Blob and his friends will have their work cut out for them bringing color back to the citizens of Prisma City. Set off on an action-packed color adventure where custom paints, patterns and music bring the world to life. De Blob 2 is a creative evolution driven by your imagination.

Key Game Features

  • Imagine - Set off on an action packed color adventure with 12 new single player story levels where custom paints, patterns and music bring the world to life any way you want
  • Laugh - Only the colorful prankster Blob can foil Papa Blanc's evil hypno plot to steal all the color from Prisma City
  • Power - Speed smash through walls, jet jump over skyscrapers and slam squash Inkies with all new power-ups that turn you into a super Blob
  • Explore - Paint your way past icy outposts, tropical bio domes and distant space stations to free the fair citizens of Prisma City
  • Transform - Inside, outside, above the Earth and below it, Blob embarks on mini missions and epic boss battles to restore color and music back to this rich universe
  • Share - Recruit your friends to join the color evolution in all new cooperative multiplayer modes

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de Blob feeling blue in de Blob 2
Put an end to grayscale.
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Platforming in de Blob 2
Unique platforming.
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An Inki firing a rocket at you in de Blob 2
Exciting action against Inkies.
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Avoiding a Inki weapon in de Blob 2
Multiplayer support.
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Product Details

Platform: PlayStation 3
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  • ASIN: B003S2MXNE
  • Product Dimensions: 6.7 x 5.3 x 0.6 inches ; 1.6 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: February 22, 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (29 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #12,685 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)

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24 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Quoad Toad VINE VOICE on March 7, 2011
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3 Verified Purchase
I've been playing De Blob 2 for a couple weeks now, after buying it on release day. The first De Blob was one of my favorite games for the Wii. I bought this de Blob 2 for the PS3 because I wanted to play the game in HD.

I was slightly worried about the transition from using a Wii controller to using the PS3 controller. I was pleasantly surprised though. When playing on the Wii, my arms would start to hurt from flicking the remote. The PS3 version (when played with the regular controller, not the "Move") only requires minimal use of the controller's motion sensor. The controls are smooth and it was an easy transition from Wii to PS3.

As in the first de Blob, evil creatures have taken over the world and removed its color. Your job as De Blob is to add color to the world by painting yourself and then touching objects. Various enemies try to spray you with black gunk as you make your way through the levels.

Each level has a main goal - such as liberating university professors and students from a black and white world. After completing the main objective, there are ancillary quests such as repainting billboards or bringing trees back to life. There are also various items to collect - such as light bulbs that allow you to upgrade De Blob, purple swirls that make De Blob paint in patterns instead of just plain color, and pictures for the picture gallery.

This game is rather hypnotic and relaxing. I've only been frustrated once so far when I kept running out of time on one particular level. I've played about 14 hours now and think I have about halfway to go. The ancillary missions comprise about 25% of the play time, so if these missions don't interest you, the game will likely be quite short.

I love this game and hope the developers come out with a third iteration.
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22 of 24 people found the following review helpful By daniel bendel on March 18, 2011
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3
When seeing this game on the shelf i passed because i thought it was a stupid kids game. I borrowed it from a friend and played the first island and returned it to him. Why the 5 star review then you ask, well ill tell you its because after i returned it to him i went the store and bought it. I am in love with this game i love the concept the music and the graphics. This game is fantastic in almost every way you should really buy it. Its a platformer with a neat take on the genre. When i said fantastic in almost every way the almost is the camera it gets wonky at times but just push L2 and its fixed.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By R. Greenbaum on May 1, 2011
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3 Verified Purchase
One of the first games I purchased when we bought our Wii was deBlob. It was a ver fun game with incredible jazz music but the exclusive use of the Wii remote was at times inconvenient and eventually became tedious especially in the later levels. It was family friendly but a challenging game for adults as well. De Blob 2 has taken all the good stuff in the first installment and made it better. More creative, challenging and entertaining.

One major improvement with the deBlob 2 is that the players have the option of using their PS3 controller or the Playstation Move. That in itself was a major upgrade, graphics aside. The 3 dimensional graphics in deBlob 2 are fun and even the use of a 2D platform for the "inside jobs" just seemed to enhance the Graydian world's 3 dimensional effects.

Basically the game goes like this:
The Inkt Commander has taken over and drained the world of color, music and art. Your job as deBlob is to restore freedom of those things and capture the leader, Comrade Black. Using the primary colors of red, blue and yellow there is a spectrum of possibilities that include purple, orange and brown. As you progress through the game you gain experience points used to improve your character. You always have the option to remix and change the way your character's strengths which is a nice flexibility.

There are two settings for difficulty:
Easy, which is not timed
Normal, which starts you off with 15 minutes of time to complete several different challenges after completed you can finish up more challenges and fully paint the world, find the hidden goodies and rescue the Graydians from their buildings by painting them.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By R. Lewis on March 28, 2011
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3 Verified Purchase
De Blob 2 is a total blast. It's relaxing, funny, entertaining, colorful, and tons of other good adjectives. I usually play heavier games, and this was bought to really chill out on. The entire experience of the game was very well realized. I never played the first one, but always heard good things. Once I saw a video of the sequel, and the gorgeous graphics on ps3, I just couldn't help myself. Let me break it down like a real reviewer!

Gameplay:
Controls are usually spot on. There are a few difficult sections where the camera spazzes out. The only frustrating parts are when you're scaling a few skyscrapers and then accidentally slip off. Also, when your wife is pushing your hands to make you go in the ink and kill yourself, that isn't too cool either. As for other parts of the game, the missions do get a little old. They aren't as tedious as other games, like gta and infamous, because they are much shorter than the aforementioned games' missions.

Story:
Hilarious, well told, entertaining. There is no actual dialogue in the cut scenes, and it works so well. All the characters and story is wonderful.

Graphics:
Looooooove the graphics. Edges are sharp, colors are vibrant. The overall graphic design of the game is well executed and very enjoyable.

Sound:
Music is great. Upbeat and effortlessly conceived. It feels a lot like the Katamari soundtracks, but not as crazy. Nice, smooth, and jazzy. When you color things, there are little flourishes that are mirrored in the music. The sound design definitely stands out in the game. I've been playing the game with headphones recently, which I have to recommend.

Replay Value:
That might be a little tougher. Unlike Katamari, the levels can only be played one way, really.
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