Conclusion: RPG's most important part is its scenario!Gothic 2 is one of those games that makes you become part of its world and it makes it difficult to leave it.Apart from that it gives you the opportunity to complete the quests in various ways so its replay value is very high!All in all its a very good game!
Summary: it's a truly awsome game you can't go rong with this purchase its very fun you have many choices for your destiny and figting stiles. they only mest up a litle around the ending but otherwise its one of the best games i have ever play number one for computer.
Conclusion: I loved Gothic and I had great expectations from this sequel, but the game was for me a bit disappointing: in fact the game is very similar to the first episode (maybe too similar) but the story isn't so interesting/exciting (in fact it isn't interesting at all) so after a while you loose interest in the game. Hope the third episode is better (haven't tried it yet).
Summary: Gothic 2 is a bit frustrating at first but it catches speed like a rolling bolder about half way through. In fact, once you get the hang of the slightly annoying interface (which, kudos to the design team for making it UBER-realistic) it is just one of those games where your character can stand in one place and just look around and that alone is entertainment!!!
Summary: I have played nearly every major single player RPG (and some wierd obscure ones for that matter), and this game is the best out of all of them. GRAPHICS: The graphics in this game are very good but not perfect. The world detail is truly amazing and it better than any other RPG I know of. Dense forests, towering stone castles, icy mountain tops, etc etc, this game has it all. The character detail is pretty good to, much better than Morrowind and Neverwinter Nights.
One of the best RPG's to ever hit the gaming world...
Rick Seals "Transplanted OKie", Amazon
29 April 2004
Summary: For true fans of role-playing games who are tired of linear worlds where actions are determined by the no-choice plots of profit-minded programmers, there is good news. Like Gothic (1) before it, Gothic 2 invites the player on a journey into a gaming world where NPCs actually care what happens. Unlike most RPGs, the path of the game is not easy to see from the beginning.