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The Spirit Engine 2

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obail, Metacritic
31 May 2014
  • Summary: Now this is coming from someone who hasn't really played any turn based RPG's besides the first spirit engine which by the way is great i hope you download it but we are talking the spirit engine 2 here so let me get stared on why i like this game so much. You stared off with 3 classed and in each class their is 3 characters you can pick 3 people of your choice. Each character has 10 or more abilities.
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hunsonabadeer, Metacritic
31 May 2014
  • Summary: Good gameplay with lots of hours of fun to be had, and this is a rare quality game that is completely free on PC. It has a cool atmosphere and some deep RPG elements. 10/10.
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fourthwall99, Metacritic
31 May 2014
  • Summary: I love this game! Almost at the end now and it has taken me ages!!! The Spirit Engine 2 is a real challenge. I love the retro graphics and the turn based combat. It requires a lot of strategical thinking. If you liked the first game then you will definitely like this too.
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mrkritic, Metacritic
31 May 2014
  • Summary: The Spirit Engine 2 is the definition of what turn based combat should be. It has strategy, complexity, and a visceral experience as well. I really like the story and characters and the different environments of the setting. It's a big improvement over TSE1 and it's free to play all the way. You've got nothing to lose, so try it out!
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Review – The Spirit Engine 2

TrueTallus, videolamer
17 October 2008
  • Conclusion: Thanks for the review and link! Genuinely good one man designed games (let alone RPGs) are pretty hard to come by, though I’m usually willing to settle for good enough because the idea of someone being able to bring a singular vision to life without the compromise of a development team is worth supporting in and of itself.
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