Haydee 2 is a sequel to the sexy third-person action puzzle game. Once again, you have to play as a sexy heroine who is locked in a strange complex without a single hint of what is happening or how to get out of it.
The sequel features 6 maps and over 160 locations. There are a bunch of enemies and mysteries, and the player only has a pistol and meager inventory. In addition, the game will not have hints, autosave, checkpoints, target markers, and enough ammo. In general, hardcore in full.
Haydee 2 Trailer Video
System requirements for Haydee 2
Minimum systems for the game:
- WINDOWS 7, 8.1, 10
- Processor: Intel Core i5-4460
- 4 GB RAM
- 8 GB HDD
- NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760 Video Memory: 2 GB
- DirectX 11
- Keyboard, mouse
Haydee 2 Release date
Haydee 2 is out now on PC.
- PC (Worldwide) – November 24, 2020
Here are some of the games that most closely resemble Haydee 2:
- Senran Kagura: Shinovi Versus
- Senran Kagura: Peach Beach Splash
- Resident Evil 2
- Resident Evil 3
- Resident Evil 4 remake
- Outbreak: Epidemic
Haydee 2 tools (coming soon)
As compared to the first Haydee game which I’d consider more of a metroidvania/platformer, Haydee 2 (which I’ve yet to finish at the time of this review) is more of a Resident Evil/”traditional” puzzle-based shooter. This is especially obvious by it not having *any* platforming whatsoever, though the more basic elements of Haydee’s inventory management and backtracking gameplay are as present as ever.
The sex appeal is far beyond the pale of what the first game had, so this is in no way a stream-safe game without some serious modding. The atmosphere and theming are very overtly sexual and this definitely won’t be to everyone’s tastes (it’s even a bit much for me, honestly).
However I feel the emphasis on routing and puzzling are much stronger than in the first Haydee, and the decision to remove platforming and also incorporate the in-game maps was actually a very solid choice. Combat is somewhat the same comparatively, with a bit more depth to the weapons and introducing very RE-like gunpowder crafting for ammo.
Overall a solid and good game, the environmental storytelling is a huge step up from the previous game though some might find the pruning of platforming and transition to a human character to lose a lot of what made the first game appealing (and I agree), though it still offers a very engaging and brain-twistingly fun experience that I enjoyed very much.