Reviews and Problems with Two Worlds: Epic Edition
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6 days ago
Summary: A mediocre game at best. Nothing in this so called Epic Edition is epic at all. The story fails to reel you in and the gameplay is hampered by a combat system that's unbalanced and clunky. The game starts off unreasonably difficult, then becomes too easy 10 hours in. Visuals look somewhat nice, though there's an awful lot of pop-in and distant objects look ridiculously blurry.
Summary: Enjoyed playing it. Haven't completed first trip through. Horse was fun but not as useful as I had hoped. I like adventuring more than monster slaying. So this didn't rate as high for me. first person is tough to play, have to do everything for hero too much work hero can't even walk without holding his hand.
Summary: If you love epic hack and slash, this game is sure to please. I have never seen a game with a world so big, or so well made in any other game. I found the weapons system totally unique with so many possibilities for weapons and armor that you could replay this game again and again. It has a couple of online servers that I am just beginning to explore, but the PC only part is great!
Summary: This review is only based on single player with the 1.7b patch which includes the Curse of Souls add-On. The computer used is a Compaq Presario CQ57-439WM Notebook with HD Radeon 6310 Graphics, 2GBs of RAM, and AMD E-300 APU with Radeon HD Graphics 1.30GHz (Dual-Core). Not many problems have been encountered in this game and crashing is a rarity. Exploring is worthwhile and makes the world more immersive. The dialogue is well done and different.
Two Worlds - RPG, Single Player, Open World, rel. 2007
James Hunt, Amazon
20 April 2012
Summary: I purchased the game 1-1/2 years ago for $4.98 and finally got around to playing it, not expecting much. Initially I wasn't very impressed but after about an hour of playing I was fully into the game and found it a lot of fun. Installation - did require online connection to register/activate. It only took a few minutes - not a big ordeal like STEAM for instance. Graphics - first impression was bad but after a short time I got used to them and ended up being impressed.
Summary: Where do I begin? I feel like I should write a love poem, but I can't find words to express how much I enjoyed this game. Yes, the horses are annoying at times. After practice I had almost zero problems controlling them. My only complaint, I eventually became so powerful that enemies were like gnats, and they never respawn or get stronger.
Summary: Okay, I received this game fews hours ago and let me just start off by saying this. THIS GAME IS AWESOME! Graphics are 4/5 (Depends on your PC the graphics could look even better) Soundtracks 3.5/5 (They're good but I've heard better soundtracks from other RPG's) Storyline 4.5/5 (It reminded me of the original Fable game for the original XBOX) Gameplay 4/5 (Its not hard to learn how to play it but when you do its really fun) Replay Value - Moderetly high So far this game...