Two Worlds II (Microsoft Xbox 360, 2011)
About this product
|Originally conceived as an expansion to 2007's action role-playing game, developer Reality Pump's follow-up has evolved into a completely reworked sequel featuring a custom-designed graphics engine and an assortment of new features. The setting takes place in the eastern part of Antaloor, a region featuring deserts, jungles, swamps, and other potentially dangerous locales. Once again players can either journey across the lands to fulfill a main quest or simply explore the monster-infested regions on their own, picking up side quests along the way. Among the improvements to the original game include a more streamlined real-time combat system, revamped horseback riding, interactive environments, and a crafting mechanic that allows characters to forge their own weapons and equipment.|
|Game||Two Worlds II|
|Platform||Microsoft Xbox 360|
|ESRB Descriptor||Blood, Partial Nudity, Sexual Themes, Strong Language, Violence|
|Number of Players||1-8|
|Game Special Features|
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- jadeast042Feb 2, 2016Verified purchase - USEDby
Two Worlds II
I've had no issue with this game. It's different than the first one, but thats ok. I'm enjoying it, and I'd recommend it to others.
- mybenz92Nov 30, 2012by
VERY COOL LOOKING GAME, HORSE IS PRETTY REALISTIC AS FAR AS GAMES GO
My husbands playing this now and as I'm glancing over to watch, I must say, it looks like a very cool, fun game and the **horse** is by far one of the best as games go for being realistic A+++***!!!
- th336985r36mJun 8, 2012by
Amazing Rpg, no like skyrim but very close
Excellent RPG, one of the best I had ever play.
- 335819887@delet...Jul 14, 2011by
Minimally, it's a great 20-30something $ hold over until skyrim.
Generally, Two Worlds 2 is a great game easily worth $20-$30. It's a large expansive rpg along the lines of Bathesda's Elderscrolls 4 Oblivion in terms of size of explorable land. besides character appearance and race customization, it also has Upgrade, color schemes, and de-construction options for things like: weapons,armor, spell crafting, and alchemy. It has an engrossing story longer than oblivion's main story line, but not as many side quests as oblivion (oblivion had like 300, this has between 100-200). Voice acting for this game is actually quite good compared to the voice acting in other games (i.e. final fantasy 10,11,12,13,Oblivion; Despite what others might say).
Visually, it is currently the most beautiful rpg on the market. To boot, it has an interesting multi-player storyline component that serves as a prequel to the single player main story line. It also has a unique personal multi-player village sim (non storyline) component to it that can be shared among all your multiplayer characters, and may even host other xbox live players as guests in it. I don't know what the max character level is for this game, but I've personally seen multiple people at lvl 100+ and I myself have 2 characters at least at lvl 60.
I never bought this game due to the horribleness of the first game, but rented it and dragon age 2 at the same time for 5 days. at the end of that five day period i returned dragon age 2 and kept this game for another five and still wasn't able to beat it (i played a lot of multiplayer as well as single player). Since then it WAS on my to-buy list once I got enough funds (thanks TO EBAY for the 20$ and 30$ price range deals, i now own a copy).
The combat system and targeting system are quick and easy to learn, since the tutorials hold your hand in showing you the basics of auto aim and lock on within the first 30 minutes of hitting the power button(despite what others may say). The combat system is a big upgrade from Oblivion's (which was a blocky hit and miss system with no lock on feature).
Overall,this was a great game that surpassed oblivion and set a new bar for skyrim to beat(at least in single player, since skyrim will not have a multiplayer component). All in all It's a great game well worth the full price ($50). In the least, it's a great 20 - 30something $ hold over until skyrim.Read full review
- darkxicexSep 13, 2011by
Love the first Two World so I most have the second Two world. If you love RPG you will love this game all most like fallout