Magicka 2 Summary
Just in case you thought that madcap spell-slinger Magicka 2 already contained enough ways to murder goblins, developer Pieces Interactive has added a few hundred more.
A new,adds three additional elements for you to mix into your spells; ice and steam return as separate elements, as they were found in the original game, while poison makes its debut.
The second instalment of 'irresponsible misanthrope' wizards adventuring together has arrived with Magicka 2 out today. The robed spell-flingers return in both single-player and co-op beam-crossing action.
All game modes in Magicka 2 support up to 4-player co-op with friendly fire always on for "hilarious disasters". The new artifacts system will change-up the game rules every time.
has released a new trailer for the upcoming Magicka 2, which is not to be confused with the recently launched Magicka: Wizard Wars.
The new spell flinging adventure arrives later this month to stain robes with splattered glory, and the occasional friendly fire incident. Thanks to "dibble-dub-re-replay-plibble-dibity", the game will always stay fresh.
Paradox has announced that spell-'em-up sequel Magicka 2 will be released on PC and consoles this May 26, marking the announcement with, almost inevitably, aparody trailer.
Packing an improved graphics engine and new, game-changing Artifacts, Magicka 2 once again puts you in control of a group of wizards who should clearly never be allowed access to powerful magic.
Extreme caution advised as Paradox Interactive has unleashed the terrifying power of Karaoke in their latest trailer for Magicka 2. It's full of 80's screen wipes and visual effects.
To further the madness, Paradox has also announced a 'sing your own version' Karaoke competition, where fans provide their vocals to a purely instrumental version of the trailer.