[PS4] Freddy Spaghetti 2 Review
Sequel Freddy Spaghetti 2 from Ratalaika Games and Playful Pasta is ready to spice things up on PlayStation. Check out our Freddy Spaghetti 2 review!
In sequel Freddy Spaghetti 2 from Ratalaika Games and Playful Pasta, you’ll be taking on a new adventure with a new Freddy on PlayStation. This PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 cross-buy title does not feature Freddy Spaghetti. If you played the prequel, you know what happened to him. This time around, Dr. P. Starr – a.k.a. Dr. Pasta – has created Freddy 2.0, a renewed and revamped take on the original Freddy Spaghetti, taking everything learned during the previous experiment to fix some mistakes.
This time around, Dr. P. Starr decides to send Freddy 2.0 to get a job so that he can learn new abilities and live life alongside the humans as a normal piece of sentient spaghetti. You’ll be trying to fix server issues, go for a swim inside of the fish tank, drink water to refresh yourself, go from point A to point B, either over flat surfaces, by going up or down a set of stairs, or by playing a fun game of “the floor is lava.” Freddy 2.0 will also learn to play ping pong, help his co-workers find true love, and more! All of his actions while on the clock will be narrated by Dr. Pasta, as well as by his boss, co-workers, and the head of HR.
The controls for this sequel remain the same as they were for prequel Freddy Spaghetti. This means that Freddy 2.0 can’t be controlled by only using the left analog stick. You’ll also have to press the L1 and R1 buttons to control the left and right ends of his spaghetti body so that you can aim where he’s going by tilting the left analog stick. If you press and hold down the L1 and R1 buttons, then you’ll be able to make Freddy 2.0 jump, which will help him overcome some obstacles along the way,
Freddy Spaghetti 2 features a full list with a Platinum trophy for you to add to your collection. Since it’s s cross-buy title, you can get the PlayStation 4 and the PlayStation 5 versions for one low price, with each version featuring a separate trophy list! It’s a very straightforward list with no missable trophies, and it’s a long list since there’s a trophy for completing each of the game’s 40 levels. The list is split into two Gold trophies, 20 Silver trophies, and ten Bronze trophies, so there are plenty of trophies to unlock in less than an hour.
Sequel Freddy Spaghetti brings us a new adventure for a new Freddy 2.0 that changes the setting and the way he interacts with humans, all with characters with voice acting, two Platinum trophies thanks to its cross-buy nature, and a low price of only $4.99.
This Freddy Spaghetti 2 review is based on a PlayStation 4 copy provided by Ratalaika Games.