I was under a misconception that sequels are often an improved, modernized, more challenging and perhaps more innovative version of their previous release. I guess I thought wrong, it looks like Karoshi has retreated several steps rather then accended in this circumstance. Don't get me wrong, I'm a Karoshi fan, but I was hoping on graphic improvements and new elements, rather than a replica with worser looking stages and graphics, and no new gimmicks.
Looks like those old skool games that came with box tv sets with built-in games accessed with the remote, clones of those old box-pushing games but with a slightly different outcome, instead of pushing the box into a hole, you have to push the box onto Karoshi to kill him, or jump into the fire and other mediocre obstacles and goals that I already tired of in the first Karoshi game.
Last edited by TheCatsMeow; 07-16-2011 at 01:49 PM.