Waifu Discovered 2 Switch Review
Warning: Waifu Discovered 2 is not meant for Children!
Waifu Discovered 2: Medieval Fantasy is the oddly named sequel to Waifu Uncovered, a very important game in the history of the Nintendo Switch. It was important because, to my knowledge, it was the first naughty game on the Switch. It proved not only that Nintendo would approve such games, they could be successful, opening the floodgates to what we have now. Waifu Discovered 2 is the sequel, and in my humble opinion, the better of the two.
The premise of Waifu Discovered 2 is the same as its predecessor, blow the clothes off anime waifus. This premise is not new, its been around for decades. I even remember such a game in the 1990s. But in these two games, the premise is refined and the difficulty ramped up. Waifu Discovered 2 has an easy mode, but in the arcade or one finger mode, the gloves come off and things can get difficult. Not only that, you have to play the latter two if you want to unlock the 8th waifu.
The main difference between Waifu Uncovered and Waifu Discovered 2 is the shop. In the former, you get power-ups at random on the play field. In the latter, you collect gold and buy your power-ups in a shop. Not only can you choose what power-ups you get, you can also buy more bombs and shield. Most importantly, later on you can buy magic coins, which allow you to respawn.
The question is, should you play these? Well that’s up to you ultimately. I think these are fine shooters, either will do. Though Waifu Discovered 2 edges out Waifu Uncovered in the game play, the first game is the more important one. I’m not giving Waifu Discovered 2 a Must Play, because you shouldn’t play these in public, even when censored.
Overall: Waifu Discovered 2 is the better sequel to Waifu Uncovered, a very important game in the Switch’s history, believe it or not.
P.S. Crawlco Block Knockers is another great NFSW game!