Review

Little Nightmares 2 review: A confident and wonderfully horrible sequel

Tarsier Studios’ cautiously expansive follow up expertly paces its shocks and creepy atmosphere

Game driector
Viktor LIdang
Key Credits
Per Bergman (Art director)

Little Nightmares 2 is a cautiously expansive sequel which expertly paces its shocks and creepy atmosphere. The detail and weight of its locations are unnervingly believable, while its monsters are hellishly otherworldly. Exciting, brutal and darkly humorous, we just wish it gave us more reason to stay longer.

  • Supremely unnerving audio and visuals
  • Perfectly paced suspense and action
  • New weapons and items add extra dimensions
  • Fixed camera can prove frustrating
  • A little too brief
4 / 5
Version tested
PlayStation 4
Little Nightmares 2 review: A confident and wonderfully horrible sequel
Game driector
Viktor LIdang
Key Credits
Per Bergman (Art director)

Little Nightmares 2 is a cautiously expansive sequel which expertly paces its shocks and creepy atmosphere. The detail and weight of its locations are unnervingly believable, while its monsters are hellishly otherworldly. Exciting, brutal and darkly humorous, we just wish it gave us more reason to stay longer.

  • Supremely unnerving audio and visuals
  • Perfectly paced suspense and action
  • New weapons and items add extra dimensions
  • Fixed camera can prove frustrating
  • A little too brief
4 / 5
Version tested
PlayStation 4