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What Did I Do to Deserve This, My Lord!? 2
20 September 2010
Excerpt: What Did I Do to Deserve This, My Lord 2? is the sequel to What Did I Do to Deserve This? , a quirky dungeon builder/ simulator released by NIS last year. Originally titled Holy Invasion of Privacy, Badman 2: Time to Tighten Up Security , it was forced to undergo a name change for certain legal...
Review: What Did I Do To Deserve This, My Lord? 2 (Sony PSP)
16 August 2010
Summary: What Did I Do to Deserve This, My Lord? 2 took what was good about the first game and built onto it. The dual format release curtails the controversy that plagued the first game, thus making everyone happy.
Unique strategy game has a sometimes nasty sense of humor.
Common Sense Media
13 August 2010
Summary: Parents should know that What Did I Do To Deserve This, My Lord? 2 is a very challenging strategy game with a very teenage sense of humor. Expect some corny sexual jokes and profanity tossed in just to get laughs. There's also good, witty humor too, most of it satirizing the role-playing game genre.
Excerpt: When I'm looking for a casual, entertaining game to play I usually tend to search out independent developers. Their games seem to have the most charm, ingenuity and value. They are allotted more freedom, and therefore can take bigger chances.
Excerpt: Rarely does a game series manage to innovate within the often blinkered “Desktop/Tower Defence” genre, that is, beyond adding some extra rules or gimmicks to the template. PopCap’s Plants vs Zombies added the “seeds and sunshine” element to the regular unit management paradigm, an idea extended in...
Excerpt: So imagine yourself driving along a dark, lonely country road. The radio is your only company and the DJ announces that this very day is the Autumn Equinox and that there will be 12 hours of darkness. Not to worry, you’ll soon be home and out of the shadows.
Conclusion: Those who are interested in trying My Lord 2 would do well to try out the PSN demo before purchasing the entire product. It would be pretty much impossible for me to offer a blanket statement as to whether gamers should buy or pass on this game.