Summary: A much better sequel to its predecessor Lost Kingdoms, LK 2 has more going for it including a better battle system where you can choose to fight most monsters or just leave them alone, reusable levels, and a much longer game. You can even unlock levels and change the ending of the game depending on whether or not you revisit certain areas. One of the best aspects of this game is the music.
Summary: lost kingdoms 2 is a great game it contains monsters, cards and, a good storyline it goes from a small set of weak monster cards to a cool supreme amount of hundreds of awesome monsters. The game starts out as a girl who got kicked out of her home and later gets adopted by a gang of thieves.
Excerpt: "Lost Kingdoms 2 is a bit of a strange beast really. I got it expecting an RPG, but it is more a hybrid of RPG, strategy game, and monster collecting a la Pokemon. The monsters however are based on old fantasy themes, including beasts like hobgoblins, orcs and skeletons as well as faeries, elves and dragons. These monsters are collected in the form of cards, and your character them summons them by using the card in conjunction with her powerful RuneStone. It ...
Pros: Innovation mixing card - collecting with real - time combat, Will appeal to those who like collecting
Cons: Probably too clunky for most to enjoy, Very short compared to most RPGs
Excerpt: "...long time after the first Lost Kingdoms, when the lands have been united by the first Queen Katia and are rules in peace by the line of queens of Angwyn. Runestones are no longer unique as the kingdom of Kendaria can now make them, but few are a match for the original held by the Queen. Tara Grimface, a mysterious girl abandoned with a runestone as a child, was raised by a group of bandits to become a runestone warrior. When a heist goes badly wrong ...
Pros: Epic feel, subquests, card range, improves on original