Exactly the sort of blaring noise and wailing music you'd expect to hear spilling from the speakers of a 1990s arcade cabinet. Spot on.
Colourful characters, vibrant arenas, loud and brash characters, awesome effects... Windjammers 2 would look right at home in an arcade.
Pick-up-and-play stuff perfect for tournament play with friends – controls are simple enough to learn, yet challenging to master. Crucially, it's ludicrously good fun.
The basics are covered by a core single-player Arcade mode, Online multiplayer, and local Versus play, but there's not much in the way of extras. But then, you don't really need anything else.
A trophy list almost entirely centred upon reaching milestones, like performing 3,000 slides, scoring a certain number of goals, and so on. It's fine.