As someone who really enjoyed the first Evil Within, even with its potential to frustrate you through sluggish movement, combat and mediocre dialogue, i finished the game with a smile on my face enjoying the ride. The potential for greatness was there, but the game was held back in the end. So can the sequel iron out these things? Well, it does and it doesn't. The Evil Within 2 keeps its quirks like a trademark, almost on purpose it seems sometimes and still accomplishes a genuinely good survival-horror experience.