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Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl 2

Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl 2 is the perfect example of ‘the second time's the charm.' This solid platformer fighter that features plenty of characters from the Nicktoons universe is a marked improvement from the original title. It's almost as if it's a completely new title. 

After its launch, the devs have continued unleashing new content, including fresh characters, updates, and stages. It's the perfect game for a Nickelodeon fan. You play as your favorite character and explore various stages, which are backdrops drawn from the Nickelodeon shows. With 25 stages to choose from, we are definitely spoiled for choice. So, which stages should you explore first? Find out the best stages in Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl 2

5. Jellyfish Fields

Jellyfish Fields

The Jellyfish Fields is SpongeBob SquarePants and Patrick Star's playground, you know, where he goes to catch the jellyfish. From the TV show, the duo always appear to be indulging in a fun-filled activity, catching and releasing the sea creatures. Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl 2 delivers the same amount of fun with Jellyfish Fields as a stage.

Aside from the ocean backdrop that is concurrent with the TV show, the field features a redesign where it's one big platform with walk-offs and uneven ground. This is where the main brawl ensues. The field has a second platform, which moves back and forth across the main stage. It's no surprise that this platform is popular among content creators because it offers a wealth of exciting combat possibilities. Also, it has multiple cameos, which renders it the ultimate choice for multiplayer battles. The jellyfish are present as enemies in the campaign mode, where you mostly find them in the Arenas of the Wilderness area.  

Moreover, the OST on the stage complements every action on the screen. The slide guitar and ukuleles are a perfect addition to the chaos that ensues.

4. Omashu

Omashu Stages in Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl 2

Omashu is another great stage for a multiplayer brawl. It is one of the largest stages, with plenty of Easter eggs from Avatar: The Last Airbender. It features plenty of hazards, which leverage the vastness of the stage. The best part about the stage is that you can fight on one side and quickly run on the other side to help your mate. 

If you have an appetite for chaos, you should try the Omashu stage. It features many platforms, meaning your opponents can swoop in from any direction. Also, the stage hazard is a rolling card that enters and exits in random sequences. Thankfully, you get a warning sign before it comes rolling in. The camera's angles will slightly pan out, signifying that you need to get out of the way or use the cart as your defence technique. 

3. Harmonic Convergence

Harmonic Convergence

Coming straight from the elemental adventure, Avatar is the Harmonic Convergence stage.  The stage originates from The Legend of Korra series, which serves as Korra's home stage. It's a tad different from other stages since it has no platforms. It features a slight overhaul, with sloping terrain near the ledges. The stage also features stone pillars in the background. How ironic is it that a platform fighter game has a stage that has no platform? However, the Harmonic Convergence stage still makes the cut as the best stage in Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl 2. Why, you may ask? 

For starters, the stage is free of any obstacles. This means it's a level playing field where you prove to be the best fighter with no advantages. Second, it features a stellar backdrop and music. The background showcases the fight between the spirit of light, Raava, and the spirit of darkness and chaos, Vaatu. Despite being a basic stage with one base level, it's still a grand and highly competitive stage. In fact, it borrows the concept from the Final Destination stage from Super Smash Bros. 

2. Irken Amada Invasion

Irken Amada Invasion

The Irken Amada Invasion stage derives itself from the TV show Invader Zim, which is Zim's home stage. In the previous title, the medium-sized stage featured three platforms. In the sequel, the stage has been overhauled and is placed on top of a Cannon Cruiser ship. You might know the ship from Invader Zim: Enter the Florpus since it was first introduced here. The stage still features three platforms, one small and one large one where the action takes place. The stage features uneven terrain, which presents a challenge. However, you can leverage this to your advantage. Plus, other Irken ships are continuously flying over the stage, firing lasers at the players. Be wary not to get hit.

Moreover, like the Harmonic Convergence stage, the Irken Amada Invasion borrows a page from the Super Smash Bros. series. The best part about this stage is that it is a great equalizer. If your character with slow mobility is facing off against another with fast attacks, the stage does a great job of putting your skills to the test, making it the best stage for solo combat.

1. Powdered Toast Trouble

Best Stages in Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl 2

If you can't take the heat, then you best get out of the kitchen, especially in the Powdered Toast Trouble stage. Coming straight from the classic cartoon TV show Ren and Stimpy, this stage takes place on a kitchen countertop. It's a huge stage with plenty of hazards, which you need to keep an eye out for. Spacious enough to accommodate a four-player brawl, the stage's numerous hazards will challenge you to adapt your play style; if you tend toward a more passive approach, you might find yourself reevaluating your strategy.

If you're curious about the origin of the name ‘Toast Trouble,' it's due to one of the adversaries you'll encounter: a fully loaded toaster. This toaster sporadically emerges, catapulting players across the stage and inflicting considerable damage. But that's not the sole source of chaos. On the far right lies a pan of hot bacon sizzling in grease, a spot you'd do well to avoid. And don't be fooled by the seemingly innocuous cereal bowl filled with milk; it's akin to quicksand, promising a slow but yet certain death.

And there you have it. Our best stages in Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl 2. What's your take on our picks? Which stage stands out for you? Let us know on our socials here.

Evans I. Karanja is a freelance writer who loves to write about anything technology. He is always on the lookout for interesting topics, and enjoys writing about video games, cryptocurrency and blockchain and more. When not writing, he can be found playing video games or watching F1.