Party Hard 2
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Party Hard 2
Just like the original, you get to play as a serial killer hell bent on crashing parties and murdering party-goers. He gets waken up by his neighbours at 3am who are having a massive party so he decides to go on a killing spree to quieten things down.
Remember parties? Before 2020, these loud, obnoxious gatherings used to happen quite a lot. Back in the day, we loved a good party, but as the years go by, the prospect of sitting under the lampshade with a stiff drink and a good book is much more enticing. Party Hard 2 stars a poor chap who just wants to get a good night's sleep, but nearby parties keep him wide awake and increasingly agitated. In a rather questionable decision, the game tasks you with stopping the parties in perhaps the most extreme way possible: kill some, if not all, of the attendees.
PARTY HARD 2 picks up 10years after the brutal spree of murders committed by the infamous "Party Hard Killer." After the killer's eventual capture, things seemed to return to normal, especially in the neon-fueled party scene. Once again, nightclubs are filled with thumping beats, flashing lights, and, more importantly, partygoers itching for an opportunity to lose their inhibitions. It's what drew the wrath of the Party Hard Killer a decade ago ... and now it seems to have drawn his wrath once more. As the latest incarnation of the Party Hard Killer, you'll stalk the club scene and bring the party to a homicidal end with a variety of weapons, traps, and special abilities. You'll use a little extra creativity to craft deadly new tools, sabotage equipment, and discover new ways to hide any trace of your gruesome handiwork.
Let's get something straight right from the start: Despite the fun sounding title, this is NOT a party game. In fact, Party Hard 2 could best be described as the "anti-party game." From the subject matter to the gameplay to the presentation, this is about as far as you can get from being a party. For starters, the whole purpose of the game is to infiltrate various nightclubs and parties, and then either kill a number of specific types of people or simply kill everyone in sight. It's a bit of a hard sell, especially considering the amount of real-world violence in venues just like this. That's not to say there isn't a niche market for those with a darker sense of humor, but the retro style and campy atmosphere almost feel like it's trying to hide its true nature and appeal to a younger crowd.
From a gameplay perspective, Party Hard 2 is a bit of a buzzkill in all the wrong ways. The keyboard controls aren't very responsive or precise. Many times, killing or stunning someone will cause them to drop an item. You might try to pick up the body to hide it before it's seen, but you'll pick up the item instead. Also, trying to aim and throw certain items is a finger-twisting chore. It just makes everything more difficult than it needs to be. Speaking of the difficulty, outside of the occasional tip, there's no tutorial in the game, leaving players to figure things out more through trial and error. All of this is before the technical glitches come into play. While these aren't usually too bad, it was impossible to exit out of the settings menus (and that happened more than once), forcing a hard reset of the game. None of these issues make Party Hard 2 unplayable, but they all come together to make it a very dull party to attend.
The levels themselves are mostly static but have some random elements. The placement of objects can change, as well as any items you find in crates. The behavior of most party goers is also random. Guards tend to have preset movement paths, but the guests are unpredictable.
You always have your trusty knife, and stabbing people is an option. Just remember to hide the body. The party-goers are mostly oblivious to your actions, they are too busy dancing and drinking. But they will call the cops if they find a body. Worse, if they do notice you doing something nefarious, they ca