First of all, diving into a game about colour may seem strange but its colourful and fun. But, you know, that is just how de Blob rolls.
the visualization of this game is quite impressive. This is something I did not expect as it was originaly a wii game. Since colours play an integral part in the gameplay, the world gradually turns from black & white to an explosion of colours and patterns. You start off with only the primary colors (blue, red & yellow) but, later on, learn to create compound colors (green, purple, orange & brown). 8/10 for visuals
The game is a 3D platformer with a number of quirky 2D stages. De Blob absorbs color like a sponge and then paints everything it touches with it. As the stages progress, more objectives are revealed. The only issue I have with de blob 2 is just like the first game it does get repetitive if you play for a long time but at first it can be very addictive. If you complete all the side quests each level will last you around 90 mins. Only doing the main missions it is about 40-50 mins a level overall it lasts between 8-12 hours. overall 9/10 for gameplay
There is a time limit for every stage, however, there are enough time-extension bonuses around to complete the level with time left over. As you turn Prisma City from oppressive black & white to vibrant colors, the music picks up and sets the mood. 8/10 for sound.
Overall, The game will feel somewhat repetitive to adult players but kids cannot get enough of it. The gameplay is solid, game mechanics very well done and sound and visual are up there with the best of the xbox 360 games so i highly recommend buying this game 9/10.