Apr 4th, 2013

Today is April 4th, the launch day for Toki Tori 2. The game is available for $14.99 from the Wii U eShop and will be available for a limited time at a 10% discount during the launch period, bringing the price down to $13.50. It’s certainly nice of Two Tribes to discount their game the first week, so if you enjoy puzzle games you might want to jump on this one.

You can check out the official trailer above, or check out this gallery of screenshots below to decide whether or not it’s your type of game. Let us know in the comments if you’re going to pick this one up!

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  • AAAkabob

    Never played first one and apparently this is even more simple than the last one?

    not my kind of game=

  • David

    This game is a awesome example of how MAP-MAKING is very possible on the Wii U gamepad.

  • GermGerm

    I’m buying! The whistling won me over!

  • Fred

    I’ve heard from reviewers that had no interest in this game that it is way more fun than they expected

  • Chiwawa

    im headed to eshop asap.

  • Nintedward

    On it as soon as I get the chance this evening! Game is getting really good reviews aswell . Some saying it’s a must buy 🙂 . I knew this game was gunna be good !

  • JBeauregard

    I understand the costs of creating your game for a platform, but I’m tired of these mobile-type games charging so much. Not worth it, imo.

    • Rick van der Linde

      “mobile-type games”, really? This dates from far before any mobile game, or are you talking about Gameboy as mobile?

      • JBeauregard

        I have no experience with this game. I only know others that have. So, I am bias. My opinion is just that it doesn’t seem like it would be able to offer the immersive, extended gameplay that’s worth $15 bucks. I’ve read all the reviews. I’ve watched YouTube videos. It’s just my opinion. I fully admit that I am probably missing the point. Afterall, I was missing the point with MH3U until I bought it lol

        • Rick van der Linde

          But still, many games get DLC for $15 bucks and this is a whole new game. Considering the time the developers spend on creating this, $15 doesn’t feel that much to me. Now I don’t know if you get that same amount of time when playing the game, but I guess I look in different ways to pricing considering I’m a (mobile :P) developer myself.

          • JBeauregard

            I don’t ever buy DLC.. It’s usually a money gimmick, that I don’t take to. My opinion has always been, ‘give me the whole game when I buy it the first time.” By being a developer, you definitely have a different feel for pricing than I do. I’m naive to the facts of development costs. I’ve spoken with people, and been looking at the Toki Tori community on Wii U, and think that perhaps I should give the game a chance. In time, though. Just want to say I appreciate the friendly debate and differences in opinion. It’s growing harder to find people who can just agree to disagree, or just be friendly about it. 🙂

    • Revolution5268

      um this game its limited exclusive to Nintendo as of now, PC will be next. where do you see “mobile” or you just say that because it looks colorful/kiddy?

      • JBeauregard

        From the looks, reviews, and YouTube videos I’ve seen. It’s just my opinion that I don’t think it’s worth $15 bucks. Like I told RIck below, I could be completely wrong; however, most games are sold by their initial presentations, and Toki Tori 2 just doesn’t seem like there’s as much value there for $15.00. I’ll tell you what, though; I’m always open to changing my mind, though. If it continues to receive good reviews, I’ll probably shell out the $15 just to see if it’s good – praying that it is. $15 is a lot of money to me lol Have you played it yet? If so, what do you think?

  • Nintendofreak

    me finally got a wii u….me happy

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      • Revolution5268

        wow I never knew there were more trolls then I though…I wonder if any of them play video games to begin with?

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          • dylanbob121

            you forgot demonroach

    • JBeauregard

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  • Wayne Beck

    Been Waiting for this game for a while now. Hope it’s fun and a little bit challenging.

  • david jarman

    Two words: level creator!
    One word: fun!

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  • Chiwawa

    is there gonna be a demo for this? there was SUPPOST to be a demo for N4S, but it never came….

    I blame peter moore. -_-

  • greengecko007

    This is good news for the people that wanted this, but I don’t really buy up the generic indie platformers. There are lots of more creative indie games like Journey, Flow, etc…

  • bizzy gie

    It’s my birthday today! Can’t wait to get a new Wii U game!

  • brian murphy

    figured it be a larger game only 531mb glad i got a deluxe wii u i can get this one free with my points i wished nintendo would keep this program going tho that way we could save money on games from buying other games

  • Ducked

    Looks interesting, but there’s to many games coming out this year for me to buy this now.

  • John Andalora

    …. Nah.
    There’s a few too many puzzle games on the Wii U. This one doesn’t look like it’s going to be too different.
    I don’t think I’ll buy this one. I’ll wait for something more.

  • dgallo911

    Well, if the price listed above was how much i was charged id probably buy it..In Aus its a cool $19.95…Fuck you nintendo…………….