A superbly stylish and surprisingly challenging management game, Evil Genius 2 is let down only by its tendency to bloviate.
What is it? A management game about all things villainous.
Expect to pay $40/£35
Release March 30, 2021
Reviewed on AMD Ryzen 5 3600, Nvidia GeForce 2080 Super, 32 GB RAM
Link Official site
Thanks to Evil Genius 2, I now understand why so many criminal masterminds are bald. It’s because they’ve torn all their hair out through sheer frustration. When a James Bond knockoff rocks up to your secret lair and murders a bunch of henchmen with an exploding cufflink or whatever, that’s all well and good for the henchmen, who are now on a permanent lunch hour, but nobody considers the administrative headache it causes for the boss.