While I genuinely tend to love games that are weird and funky physics games, at times, can be a blast there are times when those unusual charms just aren’t enough. Coming back for seconds, Freddy Spaghetti two retains its floppy noodle of a protagonist and has you working your way through a very oddball series of scenarios, doing your best to work within the limited confines of his starchy capabilities. In order to help provide more room for humor the game taps into some love for The Office and has Freddy trying to work in a “real job” of sorts. I suppose the premise has promise but the execution just doesn’t seem to do much with it. The tasks you’ll need to perform are haphazard at best, and most of the time you’ll simply be left to flagellate around and determine what it is you’re actually supposed to do. This could result in stages lasting anywhere from a few minutes to just a handful of seconds and while I suppose you can’t get into a rut with everything changing it also feels quite uneven. If you’re just looking for something goofy it may suffice but with a load of great weirdo Switch titles that can make a meal this feels like an appetizer at best.
Justin Nation, Score: