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Retropolis 2: Never Say Goodbye Out Now for PSVR 2

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May has been a little light on new PSVR 2 games. So as the end of the month nears, it’s great to see the arrival of Retropolis 2: Never Say Goodbye for Sony’s headset. This follows on from the VR adventure’s arrival for Meta Quest only a week ago.

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Returning to Retropolis

Peanut Button’s first entry in the saga was The Secret of Retropolis (2021), a blend of classic point-and-click adventure with immersive cinematography. Building upon the success of this, Retropolis 2: Never Say Goodbye expands the puzzle-solving mystery with an apocalyptic narrative set in a neon-lit world.

Meta Quest owners have been able to dabble in the world since last year. Peanut Button released an early access version of the game in mid-2023 showcasing the first episode.

The story is set a year after the events depicted in original, continuing the story of Philip Log, the hard-boiled robo-detective, and Jenny Montage, the automated femme fatale at the heart of this gritty tale.

Retropolis Gameplay

Filled with hard-boiled characters, witty dialogue, and captivating environments, Retropolis 2: Never Say Goodbye is filled with innovative logic puzzles. “Each puzzle is a unique masterpiece, intricately woven into the narrative, challenging players to think outside the box and employ cunning strategies to progress,” claims the developer.

You’ll have to deploy Log’s extendo-arms to collect items and clues from each location. Designed for both immersive gameplay as well as easily navigating and engaging with this hand-drawn world. All brought to life with an original electro-jazz soundtrack composed exclusively for the game. 

PSVR 2 launch details

Retropolis 2: Never Say Goodbye is available today (24th May) for PSVR 2.

Did you play the original? Looking forward to what the sequel holds? Let us know in the comments below.

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