Reviews and Problems with SpellForce 2: Faith in Destiny
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26 November 2013
Summary: This game is actually not worth it's price. It has what made the Spellforce franchise great, but it's short and i'll risk to say that it has the worst story of all the Spellforce series, based on the cliche that you have to do everything "because it's your destiny". However, if you like Spellforce mechanics you can still find this game enjoyable, and if you like the single player free mode it will be worth it for you.
Summary: This expansion is a vast let down. If you love the previous spell force games, just give them a replay. This game is short, yet tedious and has literally 3 stores for you barter with. There are occasional fun parts reminding me of the previous titles, but with me saving character points while searching for weapon types all the way till the disappointing ending, I just can't recommend this game.
Summary: I completely understand subjectivity in user reviews, but "professional" critics are those that disappoint me ever so often. I played all Spellforce games (expansions included) and LOVED every single one of them despite all the flaws, bugs and such. But this one is different. This game somehow managed to distort all those pleasant memories into something horrible. I'll keep it short. This game is a DISASTER.
Summary: Now, considering this is a standalone EXPANSION pack, this game adds quite a bit. It continues the storyline and add new units. The graphics haven't changed much, which, for me, is good. This wouldn't be a spellforce 2 game without the same graphics. The inventory system hasn't changed and there aren't any new skills or abilities (which I really expected).
Summary: This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. I can't sum up the game fully within 5000 characters so: http://pastebin.com/LzyvaD9x In short, its not Spellforce, the story is terrible, they add new characters with no backstory claiming its not important to have one, the game is short consisting of only 4 maps, the design of the new characters and enemies is awful, though that's my opinion and it just insults people that care about the series, the only reason it...
Summary: Here's my thoughts about the game by notes while I played it. - Great engaging music. - Zoom and hear soldiers marching, creating a great atmosphere. - The Unnamed faction and its hero are huge sized. - Maps to explore hiding treasures and monsters. - Customization on character. - Lots of items and well organized for you to pick. - Items match you character looks (cloth, armor, weapons). - Good voicing. - Stunning graphics for an old school rts feel.
Summary: I like it. It's not a simple stand-alone addon, rather than a worthy successor, respectively continuation of the Spellforce Series. The new levels are challenging but looking pretty good. Thumbs up and I hope we will get some DLC for it. Also a big highlight are the creative cut scenes, the intro as well as the outro. Fresh and stylish! And for 19,99 a good value for money! Pros: - Good story - New Maps - New Multiplayer Mode (Domination) - Dragon Riding!!!
Summary: Spellforce 2 war eines der Spiele die mich Tage meines Lebens zentral beschäftigten. Ich konnte einfach nicht genug bekommen und musste die Kampagne fertigspielen. Da das Spiel doch ein paar järchen auf dem Buckel hat, wunderte mich ein neues add-on. Das erschien letzten Monat und wurde von mir gekauft.
Summary: Eine sicher etwas freie Übersetzung von Faith in Destiny, dem neuen stand-alon Add-on zur beliebten Spellforce Serie. Aber keineswegs ins Reich von Grimms Märchen einzuordnen, eher in die neuzeitliche Wundertüte des World Wite Net. Fangen wir trotzdem an, es war einmal. Es war einmal eine Zeit, da konnte man sich ein PC-Spiel kaufen, installieren und spielen, ohne sich Gedanken darüber zu machen, wer einem dabei über die Schulter kuckt.
Pros: gute Weiterentwicklung von Spellforce 2, auch autark spielbar