Moving Out 2: Review


This game was reviewed on the Xbox Series X.

Reviewed by: David Cameron

I recently had the absolute pleasure of diving into the chaotic yet incredibly entertaining world of Moving Out 2 on my trusty Xbox Series X, and boy, what an adventure it has been! This sequel to the beloved original Moving Out game takes the madcap moving action to a whole new level, delivering a rollercoaster of laughs, challenges, and unforgettable moments that left me grinning from ear to ear. With its unique blend of physics-based puzzle gameplay, charming visuals, and uproarious multiplayer fun, Moving Out 2 is a true testament to the joy of teamwork and creativity in gaming.

Visual Delights: 

From the moment I fired up Moving Out 2, I was immediately struck by its vibrant and whimsical art style. The cartoonish characters and environments burst with personality, offering a delightful contrast to the often chaotic moving scenarios. The Xbox Series X's horsepower truly shines here, as the game effortlessly delivers crisp and colorful visuals, with smooth animations and a consistent frame rate that never wavered, even in the heat of the most frantic moving escapades.

Gameplay Innovation: 

The core gameplay of Moving Out 2 remains rooted in the physics-based moving mechanics that fans of the series adore, but this sequel introduces an array of new elements that keep the experience fresh and engaging. The introduction of more complex environments, diverse moving scenarios, and interactive objects significantly enhances the puzzle-solving aspect of the game. Whether I was navigating a moving van through a maze-like cityscape, manipulating quirky contraptions, or employing creative strategies to tackle seemingly impossible moves, every level brought forth new challenges that had me scratching my head and laughing out loud in equal measure.

Teamwork Makes the Dream Work: 

Moving Out 2 truly shines when played with friends or family, showcasing the power of teamwork in the most hilarious and heartwarming ways. The multiplayer mode, both locally and online, allows you and your fellow "movers" to collaborate, coordinate, and occasionally collide in a flurry of laughter-inducing chaos. The addition of a dynamic assist mode ensures that players of all skill levels can jump in and contribute, making this game a fantastic bonding experience for players of any age or gaming background.

Level Design and Variety: 

One of the standout features of Moving Out 2 is its diverse range of levels, each with its own unique challenges and personality. From suburban homes filled with wacky obstacles to bustling urban landscapes brimming with moving mayhem, each level is meticulously crafted to offer a blend of wit, strategy, and sheer pandemonium. The unpredictability of each move keeps the gameplay fresh and exciting, encouraging experimentation and multiple playthroughs.

Minor Quirks: 

While Moving Out 2 is undoubtedly a blast, there were a few minor quirks that prevented me from awarding it a perfect score. Occasionally, collision detection could be a bit finicky, leading to instances of frustration when objects didn't behave as expected. Additionally, some levels felt slightly imbalanced in terms of difficulty, requiring either meticulous planning or just a touch of luck to conquer.


In the end, Moving Out 2 on Xbox Series X delivers an uproarious and heartwarming gaming experience that exemplifies the joys of cooperative play. Its charming visuals, innovative gameplay, and the sheer delight of navigating physics-based moving puzzles with friends make it a must-play title for fans of party games and lighthearted co-op experiences. While a few minor hiccups prevent it from achieving perfection, the overall package is an absolute delight that will leave you chuckling and strategizing for hours on end. With its perfect blend of chaos, creativity, and camaraderie, Moving Out 2 earns a well-deserved 8 out of 10 from this thrilled gamer. Grab your friends, fire up your Xbox Series X, and prepare for a moving adventure like no other!

Reviewed by: David Cameron