Summary: Kid says that the game is great if one likes building stuff and expanding cities. She enjoys playing god and interacting with the people. She seems to have a lot of fun playing. The game from what I see has some crude moments (cow toots and poops, to list one), which could be objectionable, but some age ranges find that hilarious. The age rating seems appropriate.
Excellent product but the disks were in O.K. condtition
Dylan Baker, Amazon
8 March 2014
Summary: I had been wanting this game for a while, and it wasn't available anywhere else but online. I was surprised at the condition of the disks however because they had quite a few scratches but the game downloaded and played just fine.
Summary: It's an alright game. I remembered playing it when I was a lot younger and I thought it would be worth the $10 for a copy. It's worth it ultimately, but holy crap, Lion's Head Studios had NO IDEA how to make a tutorial for their game. Doing it at a steady pace takes like an hour and a half. The gameplay is RTS-style city building, like a mix between Warcraft 3/Starcraft and Sim City. That's my two cents.
Summary: To everyone who played the original Black and White you will knotice many advances in how the creature learns in Black and White 2. Added features also include a ton of buildings that you can build, armies you can raise and miracles that you can cast. Also with the addon that starts right where you leave off in the main game it makes the whole story very enjoyable.
Laura H. Marshall "Writer, PR pro, graduate f..., Amazon
4 April 2006
Summary: Black and White 2 isn't the same game B&W was, and in many good ways. First piece of advice if you loved the original; pay attention to the tutorial on "how to move." They've changed some of the navigational details. The toolbar is a welcome addition, letting you find what you need quickly--use it--and the ability to accumulate "Tribute" and redeem it for various new buildings and tools feels familiar to players of other strategy games.