Excerpt: Leo, a professional salvage diver, finds himself on a small carribean island. Linking up with a small outfit of locals who are trying to take on a large corporation of divers, he puts his skills to use recovering objects, finding treasure and solving mysteries on the ocean floor.
Pros: Excellent exploratory gameplay, good underwater graphics
Summary: i didn't expect this game to be good. but it is. it's not "exciting" as such, but very enjoyable in a calm sort of way. the game is *much* better underwater than above water...the town and the characters are very limited, and you never actually see your own character..
Summary: My first impression was that Everblue 2 was a nice little diving game. The part on land is old-fashioned, but works. I was delighted by the realistic underwater experience, though you get out of trouble easier than if really diving. The missions started gently enough.
Summary: I bought this game for 2 reasons - 1) it was in a sale and 2) i liked the idea of a diving game, but i wasn't really expecting much. When i first started playing, I was a little disappointed as the graphics on-land are really quite poor (And i'm not really someone who's picky about graphics) - you...
Summary: Everblue 2 takes you to the great world of the ocean. You can search through sunken ships, get in contests, own land, own a house, make a giant aquarium, get in auctions, and so much more! You have to work for titles and Shells of Gratitude by doing nice and hard to do things!
Summary: I think I've played this game for about 40 hours, but so far, I am really really impressed! I was so impressed that I was compelled to write a review about the game b/c it's been unjustly overlooked! Like the reviewers before me said, there is no end to all the things you can do in the game.
Summary: This game is fun. You have alot to do. There are 70 different type of animals you can photograph, and you can have 20 saved pictures (as far as i know). The deep sea diving is fun(but can be scary at times.)You can look for tresures(it isn't that hard once you got the hang of it).
Summary: Ok, I'm one of those types who LOVE Aquanaut's Holiday. I've only played the first AH and was expecting Everblue2 to be similar and it is in many regards however one essential difference is that you can die in this game either by getting attacked by a shark (which a touch of red in the water, it's...
Summary: If you want a non violent, open ended game with a ton of stuff to do, then Everblue 2 is the game! It offers a ton of missions from salvaging to photographing fish. With 70 different fish, thousands of items to collect and a growing cast of characters, Everblue 2 will offer you a ton of gaming.
Summary: Wow!Talk about a lucky find!I bought this used,not really knowing what to expect.I saw that it had RPG elements,and that's what drove me to buy it.Well,I can say that Everblue 2 is definatly one of those unexpected treasures! There is so much to do in this game!