Wonderfully bombastic tunes that fall somewhere between the soundtrack to a 007 flick and the groovy music from Austin Powers. Character voices are suitably comedic, too. Nice.
Pleasingly chunky and bold, Evil Genius 2 looks fantastic, remaining nice and stable, even when your base is thrumming with hundreds of troops and animated machinery on the go.
Elegantly adapted to the controller, everything is exactly where it should be, making practically every task a snap. A streamlined management game, if ever there was one.
Four evil geniuses, four campaigns, and three secret bases to build means you'll potentially be playing for countless hours. If you don't mind that the game settles into a bit of a loop once you've set everything up, that is.
Ninety trophies (yes, 90) cover every conceivable facet of Evil Genius 2, and as such, you'll be popping loads early doors. Getting the Platinum will take some commitment, though.