Check this out

Buyer’s Guide: The Top 50 Most Innovative Products

By Anthony Elio

Cat Quest II Review: Addictive, Fun, and Punny

Online avenues such as the Nintendo eShop and Steam allow for countless unique experiences. In the past, I’ve gotten to play such unique games as Shantae: Half-Genie Hero and Untitled Goose Game. Let’s just say that this has definitely given me an appetite for indie games, which has led me on a quest across the online indie gaming world. And hey, speaking of quests and indie games, how about we take a look at Cat Quest II, an action-packed experience that’s both addictive and adorable?

Arcade Action

Cat Quest II is an ideal mixture of different gameplay styles. On one hand, it has a semi-top down view, making it kind of like playing one of the early Zelda games from a different angle. Additionally, it has elements of a beat-em-up like Streets of Rage or the classic arcade Ninja Turtles games. But, y’know, without the constant drain of quarters. 

What Sets It Apart?

However, Cat Quest II isn’t just a generic arcade action game. The adventure also has plenty of RPG elements, such as the ability to level up, purchase better items, and even improve your magic spells. The co-op of the game is also brilliantly executed, where you can even get a semi-co-op experience if you’re playing it alone and friendless. …Like I did. There’s also a good amount of strategy involved, as some enemies can only be damaged by magic, something I wish I had known before trying to defeat the rock monster with just my sword. Sorry for getting so specific, just airing out some personal issues. 

Punny and Funny

I have always had a soft spot for humor in games, be it from the tongue-in-cheek nature of the Mario & Luigi series to the unforgettable humor found in Grand Theft Auto games. Especially Big Smoke’s fast food order from San Andres, which I’ve probably been able to recite since I was twelve. Cat Quest II definitely has a “pun humor” quality to it, filled with just some of the following references: Meowjestie, purrlease, purrsecution, headpawters, and the catpital. I could go on, but it would fill up this entire review. 

Cats + Swords = Bliss

If you’re looking for a cat-free adventure with no sword-swinging action or pun-fueled humor, Cat Quest II is not for you. But, since most people enjoy those things, I’d say this game is for you. While it’s more of a pick up and play game rather than something you’ll be experiencing nonstop after download, that’s how I personally like my downloaded titles. 

Author Bio: Anthony Elio is the Assistant Editor for Innovation & Tech Today. Outside of writing, he is a drummer, podcast host, sandwich enthusiast, and amateur self-describer.

Get the Latest News Sent to Your Inbox

(Plus Exclusive Tech Deals and Our Digital Magazine)


We will only use your info to send you awesome content and exclusive deals.


Cat Quest II Review: Addictive, Fun, and Punny

October 24, 2019
By Anthony Elio

Digital Issue Now Available

Get the latest news in your inbox

* indicates required


We hate spam too. You'll get great content and exclusive offers. Nothing more.

Top Posts This Week

Innovation & Tech Today - Social Media


Looking for the latest tech news? We have you covered.

Don’t be the office chump. Sign up here for our twice weekly newsletter and outsmart your coworkers.
Share via
Copy link
Powered by Social Snap