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  • Release: 09.11.2010
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Über das Spiel

Nach dem Niedergang Aziraals, dem Gott des Feuers, hat der dunkle Fürst Gandohar sein Ziel, das Gleichgewicht der Elemente Wasser, Erde, Luft und Feuer zu stören, fast erreicht. Dunkle Magien drängen ins Land, um das Machtvakuum zu füllen. Gandohar erkennt seine große Chance und beginnt, die im Körper der Orphan-Nachfahrin Kyra gebundene Macht Aziraals für sich zu nutzen, um die volle Kontrolle über die bösen Mächte zu erlangen.

Allerdings ist Kyras menschlicher Körper trotz ihrer Abstammung nicht dafür geschaffen, dieser enormen Belastung standzuhalten. So hat sich Gandohar nach der Unterwerfung Antaloors in seiner Festung Oswaroth einen teuflischen Plan ausgedacht, mit dem er sich einer der schillerndsten Gestalten Antaloors bedienen will. Doch auch die gute Seite hat den Kampf aufgenommen und versucht, das Gleichgewicht der Kräfte zu ihren Gunsten zu beeinflussen. Der Kampf um Antaloor hat erneut begonnen...

Fünf Jahre nach den dramatischen Ereignissen des ersten Teils der Two Worlds Saga, bei denen die gesamte Welt am Abgrund stand, ist der Held am Ende seiner Kräfte. Gefangen in den dunklen Verliesen von Gandohars Schloss, scheint jegliche Hoffnung auf die Rettung seiner Schwester vergebens. Doch als die Verzweiflung am größten ist, taucht ein Hoffnungsschimmer aus einer völlig unerwarteten Richtung auf. Die bislang verhassten Orks haben ein Rettungskommando auf die Beine gestellt und befreien den Helden überraschend aus den Klauen seiner Peiniger. So bricht er zu einer gefährlichen Reise durch ein am Boden liegendes Land auf, um Licht in die dunkle Vergangenheit Gandohars zu bringen und so doch noch die alles entscheidende Schwachstelle des mächtigen Magiers zu finden, diese auszunutzen und seine Schwester Kyra zu befreien.

FEATURES: Einzigartige Spezialtools sorgen für enorme Vielfalt
  • frei gestaltbare Charakterentwicklung ohne Festlegung auf eine bestimmte Klasse wie Magier, Krieger oder Waldläufer
  • zahlreiche Render- und Ingame-Cutscenes sorgen für die großartige Visualisierung der Story
  • interaktive Spielumgebung mit vom Spieler bewegbaren Kisten oder Fässern sowie Hebeln und Knöpfen zur Aktivierung verschiedener Öffnungsmechanismen
  • verschiedene Fortbewegungsmöglichkeiten wie Gehen, Laufen, Sprinten, Reiten, Schwimmen, Segeln oder Teleportieren
  • actionreiches Kampfsystem mit verschiedenen Angriffs- und Verteidigungsbewegungen
  • anspruchsvolle Boss-Gegner nach wichtigen Abschnitten der Story fordern spezielle Kampfstrategien und sorgen für einzigartigen Belohnungen
  • das spezielle entwickelte KI-System sorgt für realistisches NPC-Verhalten in Sachen Bewegung und Reaktion auf den Spielverlauf
  • dank CRAFT-Technologie können Ausrüstungsgegenstände komplett auseinander genommen und mit Basiskomponenten wie Stahl, Stoff, Holz oder magischen Elementen individuell aufgewertet werden
  • unterhaltsame Minispiele vom Schlossknacken bis hin zum Würfelspiel
  • riesige Auswahl an Waffen, Rüstungsteilen und Spezialgegenständen wie Fackeln, Dietrichen oder Dolchen
  • revolutionäres DEMONS-Magiesystem mit individuellen Zaubersprüchen, die sich aus verschiedensten Basismagien zusammensetzen
  • Zaubersprüche nutzen die Physik-Engine und haben direkten Einfluss auf die Spielwelt in Form von Tornados oder Druckwellen
  • ausgeklügeltes PAPAK-Alchemiesystem ermöglicht die Erschaffung von einzigartigen Tränken mit verschiedensten Charakterstärkungen
  • Söldner und magisch erschaffenen Wesen begleiten den Spieler selbständig und greifen bei Kämpfen automatisch an
  • Implementierung zahlreicher Schriftstücke und Bücher, die dem Spieler neue Quests und bei Bedarf weitere Informationen zur Welt vermitteln
  • die Anwendung eines magisches Auges ermöglicht die Erforschung der Umgebung mittels des geheimnisvollen Oculus aus sicherer Position heraus
  • packender Soundtrack (über 120 Minuten) mit individuell an die jeweiligen Situationen und Regionen angepassten Musikstücken
  • individuell einstellbare Rüstungssets inklusive Short-Key-Adaption ermöglichen verschiedene Kampfstrategien auf Knopfdruck
  • leistungsfähige GRACE™-Engine realisiert zahlreiche Spezialeffekte wie frei bewegliche Gegenstände oder dynamische Lichtquellen
  • umfangreicher Multiplayerpart mit Kampfarenen, Quests und einer Aufbausimulation mit eigenem Dorf inkl. CWE-System (Correlated Workflow Efficiency) zur eigenen Waffen- und Ausrüstungsproduktion

Systemanforderungen

  • CPU: Intel oder AMD Prozessor (2,0 GHz) oder besser
  • GFX: Radeon HD, Geforce 8800 GT (Shader 3.0 und 512 MB RAM)
  • RAM: 2 GB oder mehr
  • Software: Windows XP SP3, Windows Vista, Windows 7
  • HD: 8 GB
  • SFX: DirectX kompatible Stereo Soundkarte
  • DX: DirectX 9.0c oder OpenGL
  • INET: Internet Verbindung mit 6.000 BPS oder mehr für Mehrspielermodus empfohlen
  • LANG: Deutsch, Englisch
  • CPU: Intel or AMD Quad-Core Prozessor (2,4 GHz) or better
  • GFX: Radeon HD, Geforce (Shader 4.0 and 2 GB RAM)
  • RAM: 8 GB or more
  • Software: Windows 7, 8, 10
  • HD: 20 GB
  • SFX: DirectX comp. 5.1 Sound Card
  • DX: DirectX 10
  • INET: Broadband Internet connection for Multiplayer recommended
  • LANG: Deutsch, Englisch

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Sehr gutes Spiel, zwar mit Macken in der Bedienung und diversen kleinen Bugs, aber wenn man darüber hinweg sieht und sich auf das Spiel einlässt, kann man damit sehr viele Stunden/Tage Spaß haben. Auch mit den ganzen Addons, Pirates of the Flying Fortress und Call of the Tenebrae. Die die Geschichte weiter führen und man die Möglichkeit hat, seinen Charakter zu importieren. Ich kann kann es nur weiter empfehlen, denn ich persönlich hatte damit sehr viel Spaß. Und ich bin eigentlich jemand der nicht sehr viele Spiele bzw. Rollenspiele so intensiv spielt. Doch Two Worlds 2 hat es geschafft mich so zu faszinieren und in die Welt hinein zu saugen. :)
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Verfasst: 02.02.20 12:19
Selten habe ich so geschwankt welche Bewertung ein Spiel verdient.

Um es kurzzumachen: Hauptspiel und des erste DLC sind ne klare Empfehlung, die beiden neuen DLCs sind ziemlicher Schrott.

Habe das Hauptspiel schon vor Jahren abseits von Steam mehrmals durchgespielt und hatte viel Spaß damit, hab mir dann das Game Steamsale gehohlt um die DLC's zu spielen.
Pirates of the flying fortress lohnt sich sehr, hab 11 Stunden drangesessen und spannende handlung mit so mancher unerwarteten wendung genossen.
Im 2. DLC passiert quasi gar nichts und nach viereinhalb stunden spielzeit gehts gegen den Endboss, Dazu Bugs in der deutschen Sprachausgabe ohne Ende.
Das dritte 3. DLC habe ich noch nicht durgespielt aber die Bugs in der Sprachausgabe finden sich auch hier wieder und die Gegener sind, Überraschung, genau die selben Viecher gegen die du schon in DLC Nr. 2 gekämpft hast

Ansonsten ist die Grafik noch immer ganz gut,aber man sieht Ihr das Alter schon an. Das Skillsystem lässt individuelle Mixe zu und die Steuerung ging leicht von der Hand (habe aber nur Krieger und Bogenschutze gespielt)

Die Empfehlung ist quasi für das gesamtwerk und vor allem denjenigen die das Hauptspiel noch nicht kennen empfehle ich das mal auszuprobieren
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Es ist nicht schlecht aber auch nicht top. Ich persönlich kann mir nicht vorstellen das ich es auf längere Zeit Spielen werde und ich habe schon einige RPGs durch. Es ist gewöhnungsbedürftig vor allem wenn man Titel wie TES oder Gohtic gewöhnt ist. Im Gegensatz es ist Geschmackssache und mich hat es leider nicht überzeugt
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Two Worlds 2 is literally one of the best Fantasy RPGs of all time and one of my favourite videogames overall. I could think about dozens of amazing aspects here. The Graphic is incredible and unique, still looking breathtaking after all these years. Unlike the first part now you got well written Dialogues and super good voice actors. Controls and keybindings work great, the fighting system is top. The Character Progression System is as i mentioned in my TW1 Review one of the best i ever experienced, especially the Mage part is setting new Standarts in terms of building out and experimenting. The Main Plot is still meh but has definetely improved and is existing more in the background. leading the player to various locations what connects with a lot of sidequests. The overall questing experience advanced brutally, i enjoyed nearly every single side and main quest. They offer often different choices and have mostly non obvious outcomes. Characters are worthy to be remembered, taking their role immersively and believable. The Intro is legendary in the history of RPGs, the cutscenes solid and the Soundtrack atmospheric. The unique Two Worlds Engine is really pushing to the maximum in this part with a ton of great mechanics.

One of the most underrated Games of all time and a simple masterpiece.

I have to mention that i am experiencing pretty much zero bugs, nothing gamebreaking. Just some item or menu names are not getting displayed properly and instead an id code takes place, which is no problem at all.
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Mir Gefält Der Multiplayer Sehr gut und die möglichkeiten seinen charackter zu verstärken.
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Trotz seinen 10 Jahren, fesselt das Game mich immer wieder aufs Neue... Mittlerweile die Story 2mal durchgespielt und die DLC angezockt. Macht einfach Spaß. Auch durch Glitches irgendwohin gelangen, ist sehr interessant, man entdeckt doch immer noch neues. Man merkt wie schon erwähnt wegen vielen Glitches und Bugs dem Game an, dass es in die Jahre gekommen ist. Dennoch ein Muss für RPG-Fans!
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Ist bereits seit vielen Jahren raus und wird immer noch supported. (ja es könnte mehr Transparenz haben aber vergleicht das mal mit anderen spielen aus 2011)
Gameplay und Story sind meiner Meinung nach nicht die schlechtesten.
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One of the best RPGs ever. Seriously.
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Two Worlds 2 ist für mich eines der schönsten Rollenspiele überhaupt.
Auch wenn es schon etwas in die Jahre gekommen ist.
Aber dank HD und den DLCs macht es mir immer noch total viel Spaß es zu spielen.
Läuft selbst noch unter älteren PCs sehr flüssig.
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I really tried to like it but i just can't.
The horrible voice acting
The glitches and bugs.
Gameplay is a bit off balance and the story well doesn't seem interesting at all
2/10
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The graphics and animation, story-line and in game options are all unique; It's a shame people have lost interest in such a fun franchise,
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Tried to play this with directx 10 and the game wouldn't save at all. Now i'm playing with directx 9 and mana and health potions which I assigned to 0 and 9 key on hotbar don't work at all. Game seems very broken and its unplayable at the moment.
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I played over a hundred hours on 360. It’s got the most unique magic system. I doubt you’ll ever see another game like it. The story is beyond anything I’ve seen in most typical games. I bought it on Steam because I lost the 360 and the game.

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I would pay Steam to remove this trash from my games list.
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Clever, clean, and not too hard for me. Also, I humbly use cheats.
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Verfasst: 04.05.20 18:10
1.) Resolution bug, when starting on mac, doesnt let you finish registration. Took me hours to figure out start ing in demo mode, change graphic settings and finally register my purchased product.
2.) First time playing in network. After about 10 hours of enjoying game play, my character was deleted after relogging...
3. Starting new character having fun playing. After relogging my accound was banned for no reason.... I was level 15, just playing adventure mode with my friend...

I bought this product for 20€ having original serials and get banned for no reason.... better look for other games...
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Verfasst: 28.04.20 12:31
I think its a good game, but the camera basically ruins it.

the magic system is interesting and the combat is pretty good as well.
The story is..... ok and the side-quest are quite varied and fun.
The world is also pretty well designed with varied and interesting looking areas that arent seen all that often within a fantasy setting.
gameplay is really solid.

The only big problem is the camera which makes me feel like a drunk seasick sailor on a sinking ship and it ruins most of the experience.
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Verfasst: 06.04.20 14:46
I'm an old school player who likes to search every corner and possibility that the game has to offer and you can tell by my playtime that I did. Normally I would give a positive review but there are some major issues that I cannot overlook.

Bugs and glitches
There is a lot of smaller bugs, for example - falling through the textures or getting stuck because of the bad level design - I could tolerate these as the game allows you to save your progress without limitation.
Much worse are the game-beraking bugs that are connected to the main quest line. Yes, you heard correctly - the game that was given huge number of DLCs and microtransactions has its main quest line broken....This perfectly shows the nature of the devs.
I will describe the bug closely:
- At one point of the game you will visit the university and you will come across the professor who is abusing some female student. You can either expose him or help him. If you choose to help him the door leading into his office gets locked permanently and thus blocking your progress. This is unacceptable especially for the game that got paid DLCs and microtransactions....
But now I honestly believe this is intentional, they want to teach the players(which are paying customers after all...) that helping 'sexist white men' is not an option. If you want to govern your customers remove this option and don't fool us, I have lost hours of my playtime because of this.

Microtransactions
Well this point talks for itself. Instead of tackling many issues in the game they rather add this filth into mostly singleplayer game that is almost ten years old. in Europe the game was released in November 2010.
The game has a multiplayer but nobody plays it....
Just this fact about microtransactions should dissuade you from byuing this game.

Story
I think the term that describes the story is 'average'. There are some better moments but mostly it's just forgettable. The biggest pain is the ending.
SPOILER ALERT!
[spoiler] At the end you realize there must be the Emperor so the order can be held and it's decided that your sister will take his place. Here comes the joke. She is an beautiful woman with juicy breasts, narrow waist and full bum, but in the moment she puts on Emperor's armor her chest changes to flat and wide, her legs and arms gets 3 times bigger.... This is the most absurd and cliché thing you could find in storytelling. [/spoiler]

You can get it on some sale but don't expect anything special. But honestly I suggest to you not to buy it just because of the microtransactions nonsense. They just want to milk the money.
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Verfasst: 02.07.20 22:15
The story is incredibly boring and banal. I won't mention it, not because I don't want to spoil it, but because there is nothing to mention. Do not pick this game and expect an immersive, tabletop-like RPG. Do not expect a rich and compelling world. Do not expect even a modicum of decent writing.

Do pick it up if you love experimenting and you'd like to play a mashup of sandbox and Powder Toy-esque game with magic.

The only and proper way to enjoy this game is to focus on magic.

Wanna know why?

Because you don't just cast spells in this game. In order to cast anything, you must craft spells by combining magical cards in specific ways. The system is incredibly complex and unpredictable, but this way, creating an useful/spectacular/unorthodox spell feels much more rewarding. Combining cards in a certain way allows you to spawn a hurricane with anvils flowing in the middle of it, making it extremely deadly. Change just one card and you might end up making a spell which creates a mere gust of wind which lets you flow. Change two cards and you might create a healing spell. So on.

tl;dr created an anvil tornado by accidentally messing up some spellcrafting cards and killed everyone 10/10
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Verfasst: 15.06.20 00:55
Love the game and wish there was more like it i like playing games that you can see yourself playing it seems that there is not many out there but this game i love and i do recommend it to all hope you make more mods for this game i am 71 and have played games like this for years thank you for making them
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Verfasst: 05.09.20 15:42
Такое, если нечего делать то можно и поиграть
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Verfasst: 15.08.20 21:14
Why is it called Two Worlds? It doesn't even have a second world in it.
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Verfasst: 19.08.20 07:51
Honestly I got this game as a random key on fanatical for like a dollar so I can't say i've paid a ton for it. That being said, while this isn't the best game and im still new into it, i feel like this is a fun game in spite of all it's flaws. The story is shit but you can ignore it, however the combat is actually pretty fun and the way they have made a viable way to mix classes and and skills is pretty ingenious. combat is challenging and you have to figure things out on a fly, maybe some challenge comes from clunkiness, but it feels pretty fun once youre into it. if you go into the game with not too high expectations you can have a pretty good time
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Verfasst: 19.08.20 00:00
Pretty solid game. I enjoyed the magic system and crafting. Let's be honest, it's not a 10 but don't be a stuck up jerk. A solid 7.5 is worth your time isn't it? Oh, you're too good for a 7.5? I don't think I want to talk to you anymore. Good day fellow human. I said good day.
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Just finished the game and... well, now this is a hard one to review...
Do i recommend it? yes, but...
and it's a pretty big BUT.
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Verfasst: 07.08.20 21:10
In my ongoing and likely futile effort to write a Steam review for every game in my library (#487 out of 639)... it's time for Two Worlds II.

Essentially a discount-Oblivion, Two Worlds 2 improves on Bethesda's breakout Elder Scrolls with slightly more interesting environmental design and more engaging combat, while indulging in one of the campiest and cheesiest stories I've ever seen, in any form of narrative media. Thankfully, unlike its predecessor, the stories cringe is not quite bad enough to impede enjoyment of the game proper. Roaming the open world and fending off very conventional fantasy-fair monsters while completing very basic quests is sufficiently compelling to warrant giving the game a try, I think, even if it's not quite up to justifying much of a time commitment.
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Verfasst: 15.09.20 07:17
This looks like a beautiful title from screenshots and store page but this title is simply outdated.

Graphically this title has aged and is unpleasant to look at due to the horrible camera that likes to sway for effect often.

Sound engine is unimpressive with shallow ambience and lack luster soundtrack.

Overall I find the combat system poorly executed with mages feeling somewhat broken.

It would be a good decision to pass up on this title.
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Verfasst: 12.09.20 02:25
I just can't recommend this game in this day and age.

I played this RPG back on its release day on Xbox 360, and I remember enjoying my time with it despite it being rough around the edges. However, this game has aged really poorly. What was rough around the edges then is really clunky and janky now. Almost everything about this game feels clunky, from the M+K controls to the combat. The only thing that hasn't aged poorly is the magic system, which is still fantastic after all these years. You get to create your own spells using cards and brother, there are a lot of cards. Experimenting and coming up with spells that work for you is a lot of fun. Unfortunately, it's not that fun to actually use the spells because combat feels so clunky.

If you can get past a pervasive and oppressive amount of jank and clunk, I have no doubt that you'll enjoy your time with this one (especially if you play a mage). However, I don't think that many people will be able to handle this game, and I think their time is best spent with any number of other great RPGs.
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Verfasst: 25.09.20 20:34
Amazing game!
It isn't for everyone, but I personally love it so far.
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Verfasst: 14.09.20 07:59
Went through the campaign and half of the DLC right after doing another play through of Two Worlds. The sequel lacks the so bad it's entertaining charm of the original, but I think it's still worth a run (as long as you get it dirt cheap).

They straight up took a dump on quality of life features. The UI is awful. You can no longer snap matching items on each other to boost stats. A new item breakdown and crafting system has been added. Which is nothing but mindless busy work. Character control and combat is wonky but still somehow fun. The magic system is fun to play with but requiring a staff to cast magic is lame.

DONT BUY THE DLC. PoFF was a buggy mess and it just got worse from thereon. I stopped at CotT due to the sound and quest bugs.
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Verfasst: 07.08.20 04:16
The game aged really really well and it's still damn enjoyable with friends.
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Verfasst: 04.10.20 22:05
Listed as full controller support, yet controller doesn't work at all.
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Verfasst: 11.10.20 04:24
This game has all the ingredients for a perfectly passable open-world RPG, but it manages to miss the mark with every one. The epic story has no connection, the characters are boring and flat, the interesting aesthetics are washed out and faded, the music is... there. So many clever ideas and mechanics are wasted on a bland final product.
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Verfasst: 31.10.20 00:46
If there were two worlds, id live on the one that never made this game
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Verfasst: 25.10.20 13:31
Could not finish game because main story line bugged, save crash.
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Verfasst: 03.11.20 02:13
Loved the game, it's funny and entertaining.
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one of them older games that runs perfect and a classic
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Verfasst: 01.11.20 18:14
multiplayer game it has a twist
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Verfasst: 08.11.20 23:48
Macrotransactions

Was a good game until then.
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Verfasst: 25.11.20 16:04
Good old RPG from times when games sold finished, with lots of content and DLCs only added new story line. Base game alone can be beaten in ~50 hours (if you won't be wasting your ingame time on crafting or alchemy experiments).
You start where you left off in the first game - your sister Kyra has to be freed from her captor. You can pick from 3 classes (melee, magic, archery) at the beginning but it won't prevent you from developing a char as you see fit. the system is open and you can create hybrids if you want.
If you played the first game you will notice changes to crafting and alchemy, now it won't let you to create perma potions, now you don't have to hunt for specific armor or weapon to upgrade, you break existing gear and use raw materials for upgrades. Not bad but I missed alchemy from the first game, it was more potent back then :)
Magic in this game is the best I ever seen in RPGs. You can create complex spells with 2 active effects, make first effect to ricochet up to 5 times from enemy to enemy, use multiple spray elements to shower 'em, homing for your spell to chase enemy, beefy summons and much more. As you rise willpower your spell damage also rises so your spell scales with your progress.
Armor, weapon - plenty and everything looks good. designers did amazing job on these items. Can't recall any other game with such great armor. And don't get me wrong, there's many sets, you can recolor most of it, pick from cloth, chain, leather base, it's not just couple of sets. This game has crafting so if you like your armor you can upgrade it with crafting and wear it thru the game if you want. Nice to see a game that allows you to remain good looking.
Humor, not as cheeky as the first game, I guess the main hero is getting older and grumpier but at some points I laughed so hard. Also some quests feel like it's trolling.

Needless to say I enjoyed this game greatly. It's flawed but so fun. Enjoyed it despite the flaws. But read carefully, maybe these flaws can be game breaking for you:

- glitches in quests that can lead to butchered game. create new save every 2-3 hours and in case of butchered quests just reload. I had to do this once almost before the end.
- end boss is not fun and does not take into account your character, you still have to do mundane shooting to kill it. similar issue with the boss from Pirates DLC if you play as a mage (you can't kill its buffs - altars). I resorted to console cheating that's why I completed the game and DLC but without the achievement.
- by default game has very narrow field of view, I had to create config file to change it from 45 to 75. after that game felt great. make sure to check game forums and adjust your FOV.
- inventory and UI in general is not very good, you can't move items in batches, only one by one.

Technical details. At first because of steam client failure I wasn't able to play it on Linux so started on Windows 7 and it worked good out of the box. Then I figured out steam play issue and played DX10 version with Proton 5.0 (5.13 does not work ATM) and Nvidia proprietary drivers. According to mangohud game used DXVK, 2GB of RAM and felt fluid on capped 60FPS.
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Verfasst: 29.11.20 21:42
Game runs quite well. However, the game was falsely advertised as a full controller support. This is false.
I can honestly say that if I knew that this game did not have full controller support, I would not have purchased this game. I was duped for a game that had blatant misleading advertisement. Despite the full controller support notification given on the store page and game page, be prepared to use a mouse and keyboard.
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Verfasst: 26.11.20 17:03
As you can see I got over 200 hours in this game, played all single and multiplayer DLCs (Except Shattered Embrace, will grab it later :D).
This game is by no means perfect.
- physics are literally wooden - you can jump 20m in the air and you are good but fall 20 cm and you get massive damage
- echoes of the dark past DLCs interfere with the base game (I had a weird red/blue filter while playing Pirates of the Flying Fortress - it basically made the game unplayable) so only install them after you finish Pirates of the flying fortress. Even in multiplayer's graveyard defense map, this bug is present.
- some items don't have proper names or icons
- quests sometimes bug out

Did the things above stop me from enjoying the game? Nope. For me Two worlds 2 has all the qualities of a legendary game, I enjoyed the story, spell system is the most satisfying I've ever experienced, archery is super powerful, haven't really tried melee but people say it's decent as well. The only complaint I'd have is that the game was too easy for me - I literally oneshot the final boss on hardest difficulty. But that might be just me considering I've seen people crying the game was too hard for them (lol).

Sadly multiplayer is kind of a waste of time at the moment - it could be fun while playing with people, but there's nobody to play with anymore and you can probably finish all it offers in a day or two. Then there's just nothing to do.
With Echoes of the dark past (multiplayer) and Call of Tenebrae (singleplayer) DLCs the game becomes a loot pinata - you get a chest to open every 5 seconds, that's not fun. At least allow skipping opening animation if you do that xD
Two multiplayer DLCs basically only added 4 maps to play and a bunch of items, you'll play through them and get bored in one day. Call of Tenebrae DLC is less stable than Pirates of the Flying Fortress. I only managed to bug one quest once in pirates while I had to be very careful about them in Call of Tenebrae - talk to a NPC too early or pick a wrong moment and the quest can break. One area lagged my game hard for about 10 seconds after I teleported to it.
People said the DLCs were just a cashgrab and I kind of have to agree with that, but it's still the game that I liked and you can grab them all super cheap, so it's not like it matters. I see most negative reviews came from adding a $ shop to single player, where people can buy potions and other crap. Who cares? Why would you pay real money for stuff you can get while playing? I guess the only people that wrote negative reviews because of that were ones that actually used it :D
Two worlds 2 is a game that you can hate, or you can embrace its flaws and love it like me. You'll never know unless you try ;)
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Verfasst: 29.11.20 06:09
The main game itself is a fantastic, classic RPG. I enjoyed fighting through savanna and jungle environments, versus the usual medieval forests you see in so many RPGs. The odd, twisted land known as The Swallow was unique as well. Another feature that really stands out is the magic system, which allows unparalleled customization of spells.

The expansion pack, Pirates of the Flying Fortress was fun, but many of the enemies felt resistant to my magic. It was heck to play as a pure mage, and I had to branch out into combat skills to beat it.

Overall, this game is absolutely worth it!
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Verfasst: 30.12.20 11:39
[h1] Information / Review English [/h1]

Two Worlds II HD is a classic Role-playing game developed by Reality Pump Studios.

[h1] Gameplay / Story [/h1]

Five years after the dramatic events in Antaloor, in which the entire world was on the brink, the hero is at the end of his tether. Trapped in the dark dungeons of Gandohar's castle, any hope of his sister's rescue seems in vain. Despite the self-sacrificing fight against evil, the twins were separated and K? Ra is now under the spell of powerful spells that allow no escape. Evil forces are at work to awaken the dormant powers of an old generation and usurp rule. The hero has to watch powerlessly...

But when the desperation is greatest, a glimmer of hope emerges from a completely unexpected direction. The previously hated orcs have set up a rescue team and surprisingly free the hero from the clutches of his tormentors. Still skeptical about the sudden truce between the once warring races, the hero suddenly finds himself in a completely new situation and, in addition to the orcs, also deals with their mysterious leader, the legendary prophet Cassara. Beautiful and enigmatic at the same time, the hero has to rely on her word in order to still be able to complete his campaign of revenge. So he embarks on a dangerous journey through a land lying on the ground to shed light on Gandohar's dark past and yet to find the all-important weak point of the powerful magician, exploit it and free his sister K? Ra. Numerous characters with deep background stories animate this world.

[h1] Pro [/h1]

+ interesting story
+ wonderful landscapes
+ intuitive combat system
+ living flora and fauna
+ countless weapons & armor
+ Diary
+ comfortable teleport system
+ Villagers tell about your deeds
+ Trading cards and achievements

[h1] Contra [/h1]

- many minor bugs still floating around
- mixed soundtrack
- the opponent's AI is terrible at times
- stubborn horse control

[h1] Conclusion [/h1]

Two Worlds II HD offers you a great role-playing game with minor mistakes. Clear purchase recommendation for RPG fans.


[h1] Information / Review Deutsch [/h1]

Two Worlds II HD ist ein klassisches Rollenspiel, welches von Reality Pump Studios entwickelt wurde.

[h1] Gameplay / Geschichte [/h1]

Fünf Jahre nach den dramatischen Ereignissen in Antaloor, bei denen die gesamte Welt am Abgrund stand, ist der Held am Ende seiner Kräfte. Gefangen in den dunklen Verliesen von Gandohars Schloss, scheint jegliche Hoffnung auf die Rettung seiner Schwester vergebens. Trotz des aufopferungsvollen Kampfs gegen das Böse wurden die Zwillinge getrennt und K?ra steht mittlerweile ganz im Bann mächtiger Zauber, die kein Entrinnen ermöglichen. Böse Mächte sind am Werk, um die schlummernden Mächte einer alten Generation zu wecken und die Herrschaft an sich zu reißen. Dabei muss der Held machtlos zusehen…

Doch als die Verzweiflung am größten ist, taucht ein Hoffnungsschimmer aus einer völlig unerwarteten Richtung auf. Die bislang verhassten Orks haben ein Rettungskommando auf die Beine gestellt und befreien den Helden überraschend aus den Klauen seiner Peiniger. Immer noch skeptisch ob der plötzlichen Waffenruhe zwischen den einst verfeindeten Rassen findet sich der Held plötzlich in einer komplett neuen Situation wieder und setzt sich neben den Orks auch mit deren mysteriösen Anführerin, der sagenumwobenen Prophetin Cassara, auseinander. Schön und rätselhaft zugleich, muss sich der Held auf ihr Wort verlassen, um seinen Rachfeldzug doch noch vollenden zu können. So bricht er zu einer gefährlichen Reise durch ein am Boden liegendes Land auf, um Licht in die dunkle Vergangenheit Gandohars zu bringen und so doch noch die alles entscheidende Schwachstelle des mächtigen Magiers zu finden, diese auszunutzen und seine Schwester K?ra zu befreien. Zahlreiche Charaktere mit tiefgängigen Hintergrundgeschichten beleben diese Welt.

[h1] Pro [/h1]

+ interessante Story
+ wunderbare Landschaften
+ intuitives Kampfsystem
+ lebendige Flora und Fauna
+ zahllose Waffen & Rüstungen
+ Tagebuch
+ komfortables Teleportsystem
+ Dorfbewohner erzählen über deine Taten
+ Trading Cards und Errungenschaften

[h1] Kontra [/h1]

- viele kleinere Bugs noch im Umlauf
- durchwachsener Soundtrack
- die KI des Gegners ist manchmal schrecklich
- störrische Pferdesteuerung

[h1] Fazit [/h1]

Two Worlds II HD bietet dir ein großartiges Rollenspiel mit kleineren Fehlern. Klare Kaufempfehlung für RPG Fans.
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Verfasst: 07.01.21 04:03
It's like a game, but bad.
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Verfasst: 30.12.20 17:55
Just applied for a refund.

I only played for about 45 minutes before deciding this game wasn't for me. Its just so scuffed. I couldn't get into it.

The depth of the magic system drew me in, but the story, graphics, voicing, gameplay, and pretty much everything else was lacking. It felt like shit to play and the character handles very strangely.

It's a shame though. There are a lot of really cool ideas. Especially the magic. I just can't play it.

But if you're willing to look past all the crap, it might be a pretty good RPG. Just not for me.
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Verfasst: 24.11.20 15:54
Very flawed, but still a fantastic game.

+ Amazing quests. The writting is great. Tons of variety and they always come with interesting stories.
+ Amazing music, tons of beautiful and epic tracks.
+ Great level design, not everything is good, but when it's good it is very good. Beautiful sightseeings and huge locations to explore.
+ Great explorarion. The world is very explorable with tons of optional areas to explore.
+ Oculus. Kind of like noclip mode.
+ The days are long the nights are short in Savannah. They are equally long in other regions.
+ It is extremely romantic, very inspiring. The protagonist's relationships are very cheesy but the relationships of side characters in side quests are truly romantic.
+ So many books to read. There's over a hundred of them and most of them are interesting to read.
+ 187 quests only in base game alone. There are also 3 huge expansions for single player, a whole multiplayer campaign, extra multiplayer campaign and two multiplayer expansions. That's content for a long time to play through.

- I swear I could have configured colour saturation. They must have removed it with HD update.
- With HD update they disabled some item cheat codes and added microtransactions...
- Silent dialogues, loud music in some cutscenes. I swear it was all fine before HD update...
- Possibly worst lip-sync I've ever seen.
- Worst riding mechanics ever. Pressing RMB every second and stop cause if overpress I fall off the horse... Whistle is useless as it only works a few dozens of meters away the horse.
- Combat can get very repetitive.
- Getting termite eggs is beyond broken. There is a questline in which you need to collect many termite eggs. There are two problems. Firstly, this item is in limited amount and also in random amount. You get 0-3 termite eggs per looting mound. I highly recommend to save before every mound and accept only if you get 2 or 3 eggs. Reload save if you get 0 or 1. Secondly, half of mounds are in broken places too, sometimes you need to drop a box or two to make a nest reachable, sometimes I have to place a horse and glitch jump in between until the mound becomes reachable. It's almost impossible to loot them.
- Cave design is plain lazy. There are about 5 different cave designs and they are copy pasted in all other caves. There are dozens of unique caves, but dozens are copy-pasted.
- Switching autolock target does not work half the time. Also even if disabled it still doesn't shoot there it is supposed to.
- Hot keys are so difficult to learn. There are different skill hotkeys for both attacking/blocking or aiming/sniper modes. It's easy to use, but very hard to figure it out.
- You can only sell one item per time. Can't even sell all of the same item. Also the prices decreases with each item you sell, but restarts if you quit and come back... also the prices you buy and sell are way too unfair.
- Glitched quests. I cannot believe it. There was a quest there I had to search a dead body on the floor. I bought a house nearby and the body got bellow the floor somehow. It took me a good hour until I managed to get below floor and search the body. Same thing with dead body happened in other quests too...
- Slow upgrading. You start extremely weak and very slowly get stronger and stronger. If you play on hard difficulty, the first 25 hours will be quite grindy, but after that you will feel how much stronger you have become and it will feel great. Later you become overpowered and the game becomes too easy.
- Boat sailing is too slow.
- Very rarely, but some of the dialogues are broken. The subtitle lines are correct but the spoken text is from entirely different project. How did they mess it up so bad? Or is someone trolling hard and messed up the voice acting on purpose?
- Last island is a scam. It's huge, but only a very small portion of it is explorable.

Still, even though it's a very flawed game, I had hundreds of hours of entertainment, including all expansions it took me over 257 hours to complete. I loved it so much.


9/10
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Verfasst: 15.02.21 18:40
A deconstructionist take on western RPG tropes by avant garde postmodernists.
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Verfasst: 15.02.21 05:55
This could have been good, but apart from a lot of jank and uninspired writing, the main issue I see is that it sleeps on its most interesting ideas through the RPG mechanics. The spell customization is hidden behind a wall of different skills, most of which you won't even be able to unlock early on, which makes comittting to building as a wizard early on pointless. At least Skyrim gives you fire and heal in the first area, as boring as that game's magic is until later on. There's just very little here to inspire long-term interest.
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Verfasst: 23.12.20 01:13
The best RPG since oblivion, this game is an underrated fine piece of RPG gaming.

A bold statement? Yes.
A false statement? No.

First off,

==Gameplay==

The game play is solid and moving around feels great even while sprinting which may I add looks amazing. The combat can seem a bit daunting and difficult at first, especially as a mage but you'll soon find yourself slaying many of the creatures TW2 has to offer and having a hell of alot of fun while doing so.

Melee combat itself is great with nice fluid block and counter mechanics that look amazing, melee combat is refreshingly dynamic in the sense that it isn't the same attack animation over and over until the bad guy is dead. Take dual wielding for example, your character fights with such grace and graphical brilliance you'll sometimes check twice your not watching a well choreographed cinematic.

Magic combat is, I found at least, hard to begin with because early in the game you don't really put out enough damage to stop whatever fiend your attacking from getting close and bashing your face in. It can be off putting but stick to it because mage gets VERY VERY good. And once you get a nice set of robes a nice staff and some of your very own made spells, yes you can make your own spells, you'll soon be commanding undead minions or hurling bouncing fire bolts at enemies in no time.

Ranged combat is very nice in TW2 and looks great, although in some places such as caves and small rooms you can often find yourself overwhelmed and having to retreat to a safe distance or fire as many arrows into the bad guys face while hoping you don't die. This is to be expected however, because let's face it a rangers combat prowess lies in distance and boy in distance landscapes (Of which TW2 has alot of) you will find yourself happily using enemies as a pin cushion before they even think of getting close.

Now, stealth combat. Stealth combat in TW2 is somewhat strange because it's not a full class in it's own right because it lacks any combat skills which is a shame because while you can fight with a dagger it's just a simple 3 hit combo. Stealth is more of a utility rather than combat class because you can pick pocket, pick locks, one hit kill people in the back, sneak around and place traps.

Crafting is great and you can upgrade all your weapons and armour, so that trusty sword you got at level 15 may very well be at your side at level 20 while you slice and dice your enemies. You can add special gems to weapons and armour to give them effects such as fire, ice , lightning etc. Most of the time it's better to dismantle any unwanted loot rather than sell it so you can use the materials to upgrade your own equipment.

Making potions is your typical throw ingredients in a pot and click create. And hoping you get something decent after. You can save recipes if you find a suitably good recipe to save time and effort when you want to make x amount of them.

==Graphics==

Just wow. Easily the best looking RPG to date there is no doubting that, the world looks amazing the armours all look amazing, weapons look amazing. Pretty much everything looks amazing and the game is pretty well optimized too. One thing that really stood out for me is just how good open landscapes look, they look incredible sometimes the lighting can seem overdone and sometimes blinding but other than that you will be opened mouthed, wide eyed and in amazement of what's being displayed on your screen.

==Sound==

The music is very nice and 9 times out of 10 suits the town or zone your in just perfectly. The voice acting is great, unlike the first game which was sadly not very good. Your character sounds suitably bad ass and not in the cheesy try-hard to be bad ass sense, he sounds great. And other NPCs sound great with a very few voices inducing face-palm moments.

The combat sounds great with clangs and bangs having a nice sounding ring to them rather than a sound engineer whacking a can of beans with a spoon. Magic sounds great and casting them cues your character to chant magical words which sounds great. Ranged combat hasn't been left in the dark in the sound department, whizzing arrows sound nice and when they hit something they sound great.

==Story==

Well it can seem quite confusing at first but once you get to grips with it, it does seem good. Although the story is easily the weakest point about TW2 and is why im only giving it a 9 instead of a 10. Don't let this discourage you from purchasing this fine game however, the gameplay MORE than makes up for it.
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[h1]“Bad spelling can be lethal. For example, the greedy Seriph of Al-Yabi was cursed by a badly-educated deity and for some days everything he touched turned to Glod, which happened to be the name of a small dwarf from a mountain community hundreds of miles away who found himself magically dragged to the kingdom and relentlessly duplicated. Some two thousand Glods later the spell wore off. These days, the people of Al-Yabi are renowned for being remarkably short and bad-tempered.”
~Sir Terry Pratchett[/h1]

Let's just admit it, there's something seriously wrong with modern AAA gaming. I mean... you know. Not only companies like Square-Enix and Ubisoft try to sell us tons of overpriced DLC and even season pass is not enough for them. Personally, I'm really tired of all those “ultimate editions” that turn out to be not so ultimate and not even having a half of the content. Heck, more and more companies just keep making season passes! Season pass two, season pass three, season pass strikes back, season pass returns, the final pass, season pass: the new nightmare, season pass vs. Jason, season pass reboot... The way they milk games nowadays is just ridiculous. But you know what's even worse? It's when such overpriced AAA games with tons of the DLC begin to act like f2p titles and sell us pay-to-win bull through the in-built stores. I mean, seriously. $120 game... with f2p-like store that sells pay-to-win crap? I really wonder at what point video games took the wrong turn. One way or another, I feel really bad being a part of all that.

Unfortunately... There's another bottom for that kind of stuff. I'm talking about the situations when games with way smaller budget decide to pretend being AAA. You play games like Far Cry 3, Killzone 2 and The Darkness, and then BOOM! Aliens: Colonial Marines with HAZE appear and you're like “mot*****r...” I don't mind that kind of games, though. I mean, the trick about those is to never ever buy them for their full price. But when you get them from bargain bin or pick them up during Steam sale? I actually don't mind playing all those clunky-ass games. For example, games like Divinity II: Ego Draconis and Rise of the Argonauts were clunky as heck, but still, they were fine. Get them on sale? And you'll sure have a fair share of fun. As long as you don't have anything better to play that is.

And Two Worlds II? Even though it's not nearly as unique as Divinity II (really, don't expect anything fresh here, it's the most generic action RPG you can ever imagine), it's still playable. It doesn't have nearly as many technical issues as previous game in the series (I mean, it still has quite a lot of bugs, but let's admit it - for Two Worlds game having a proper gamepad support out of the box is a pretty big achievement), the battle mechanics is clunky but fun, it looks fine (especially since what we have here is an updated HD version) and so on. Sure, I can't call it a good game. The entire open world feeling here disappeared (even though technically, open world is still there, levels got serious corridor aftertaste), characters are still painfully shallow, the story still sucks (you'll quickly find yourself skipping the dialogues just because they're perfectly useless and empty) and having all those long and boring cutscenes in something with such a cheap aftertaste? It just feels wrong. I mean, it's one thing when there are all those long talks in games like The Witcher 3 and Uncharted. Can't call myself a big fan of those games, but they look great and presentation there is bloody fantastic. But when something as cheap as Two Worlds II begins to act like one of those expensive games? It just feels wrong. Weird. And wrong.

Unfortunately, there's a certain thing about this game that ruins it completely. And no, I'm not talking about DLC. Actually, those single player DLC for Two Worlds II are far from being the worst kind and feel more like expansions. I'm talking about the fact that this game comes... with an in-game store. That funny little thing that's called “In-App Purchases”? The one that's mentioned in Steam store? Let's just say it's not a joke. Actually, in-game store is the reason why they kept making DLC for this game and why we ended up with the HD re-release.

And that's a huge problem. Seriously, it feels terrible. Think about it. When Deus Ex begins to sell pay-to-win crap, quite a lot of people can swallow that. Not all of them, but quite a lot. Just because it's a Deus freakin' Ex. Sure, it'll be (way) better in Dishonored way, but well, it's Deus Ex. But when something like DARK tries to do the same thing? It's a freakin' joke. Playing Two Worlds II alone is a very arguable decision. Just because honestly, the game just doesn't give you enough reasons to waste your time on it. Everything here – from story to core mechanics kinda sucks. It's kinda tolerable... but it kinda... sucks. It's one of those games that you play because you don't have anything better. But even if you still consider paying for it (I mean, hey! There's even some basic multiplayer here!), there's an in-built store to make you decide against this title.

Anyway, that was a lot of letters. So, here's the long story short: this game looks OK, the story here sucks, the characters here are shallow, gameplay is clunky, cutscenes are boring, there are bugs, there's a cheap aftertaste, quite a lot of DLC and in-built store that sells you stuff for real money. Do you really need something like this? Think about it.
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I like the old and some new rpg games, this one is my sweet desert. Enjoying so far!
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Another great game on par with the first one. Had a lot of fun with it and I think that if you're a fan of Lord of the Rings and Skyrim, you'll like it too.
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Despite being old it's a great game with an awesome magic system
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Generic, bland, uninspiring. Does the game work? Most of the time? Will you have fun? Not really. Finished the game once, and never picked it up again. If you are desperate for an RPG, get it when its deeply on sale, otherwise keep looking.
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A horrible sequel but an all together fun game. They completely change major lore plot points and the entire dialect and speaking mannerisms of literally everyone. They also change the spelling and pronunciation of one of the main character's names, except sometimes they pronounce it the same as they did in the first game.
Still a fun RPG even if the entire last section is just full of stun lock and knock down enemies and the final battle uses primarily a new mechanic and makes you watch the same cutscene again and again, but you can at least skip the cutscene. The ending is also really dissapointing but that's what you get sometimes. Still recommend it and plan to play it again in a few years.
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Release:09.11.2010 Genre:Rollenspiel Entwickler:Reality Pump Publisher:TopWare Entertainment Engine:keine Infos Franchise:keine Infos
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