Great voice acting, good music, excellent sound effects for the myriad weird happenings inside people’s brains - there’s nothing to complain about here, although the tracks aren’t particularly memorable.
Psychonauts 2 looks brilliant, with gorgeous art that changes and shifts depending on whose mind you enter. Character design is great, too.
The platforming in Psychonauts 2 is tight and smartly designed, with a ton of great unlockable abilities to put to use. Combat isn’t quite as fun, with spongy enemies and a couple of underwhelming boss fights.
Psychonauts 2 features a ton of collectibles that are never a chore to find, as well as a really good selection of levels and side quests to complete. And the post-game lets you go back to mop everything up.
Psychonauts 2 has a really enjoyable trophy list that should be fairly easy (and fun!) to complete, but there are a few missables, which feel out of place in a game with a post-game level select.