Reviews and Problems with White Knight Chronicles II
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Worth it if you dont have WKC. If you do, as much as you want to play this you're just playing same levels again :(
Madan Soundar, Amazon
7 May 2014
Summary: Ok so basically they just rehashed the same game as WKC. Almost all the levels are the same except maybe a few new areas. Which is very disappointing. Outside the first level it just felt like I was doing the same thing over and over again, since you just basically retrace your steps back through levels completed in WKC. The only nice thing is if you dont own WKC, this is very well worth your money and worth playing. As I loved WKC 1.
Summary: this game has WKC 1&2 you can start 1 and it flows seemlessly into the second which i found very cool the combat is ok and the white knight you get is cool but this game REALLY lacks substance you can control the WK like a large mech you can only get new abilities for it by using different weapons which would be cool if you found more weapons i found like 3 or 4 and being two game in one you would think it would be a long game but not its still very short i wouldnt buy...
Summary: I bought this believing it would become one of my favorites, it didn't. Don't get me wrong, it's good and fun, but can't be compared to Disgaea, Final Fantasy, Grandia or Xenosaga (my favorite series).
Improves over the first White Knight Chronicles game in every way but are these improvements enough to make you want to play it if you didn't like the first WKC game
TidusandYuna1983, Game Informer
17 January 2014
Summary: When I heard about White Knight Chronicles 2 being in development I was kinda excited because I saw promising ideas and lovely world presentation with the original White Knight Chronicles and I liked how it has old style JRPG goodness such as towns to explore. As for White Knight Chronicles 2,I will say it's a better game than the first White Knight Chronicles and improves over the first WKC game in terms of story,gameplay(offline and online) and visuals but it's combat...
Summary: This game has several great qualities but you constantly backtrack through the same dungeons. The dungeons with switches were bad enough, but I think my least favorite was a large outdoor area where you had to wait for the wind to shift before you could ride giant dandylions.
Summary: The Japanese version of the game is slightly better than the U.S. version because of the updates that allow a level increase and a few new items, quests, and armors. With the end of the server however, the vast majority of the post game material are inaccessible and it may be impossible to platinum the game due to the lack of co-op. If the server ever returns I would recommend this game to any RPG fan who wants the right balance of multiplayer community.