Summary: Okay, so I have two copies of Two Worlds II already, but I saw this for a good price and couldn't pass on it. Even though I already owned the Pirates of the Flying Fortress DLC, I wanted to own this since it included it on the disc. Anyways, other than the game you're getting a really fancy outer case/box, a map, and a nicely detailed Pirates of the Flying Fortress DLC.
An Open World Action RPG with No Polish What-so-Ever
Poisoned Blade, Amazon
10 February 2014
Summary: It's ironic that a game developed in Poland would have no polish. It's a huge game that has a bit of everything, but everything in the game feels a bit broken. It's like playing an early beta of a promising title. Story: 1/10 In the credits 7 people were credited with the story. Here is your problem. It's hard to get 2 people to agree on a creative endeavor, let alone seven people. The story is poorly acted and disjointed.
Summary: If you liked Two worlds I you will LOVE Two worlds II. Even if you hated Two worlds I this game fixes whatever was wrong in the first game. It feels like a genuine fun to play, rewarding and massive RPG. This is the game Two worlds I should have been when there was all the hype about it. This game is very under rated and over looked.
Summary: The makers of this game must've been on drugs. This game is way to easy. If you like to explore the world before doing the quests, then I highly discourage you from buying this game. Everything is pretty much closed off until you do the quest associated with that specific location. Some of the higher level creatures in specific areas are very strong and hard to kill if your level is relatively low, but don't fret, you can just run circles around them, or just jump on a...
Summary: Two Worlds II has a nice, big world to explore and lots of stuff to see and do. It lacks the polish of some of the top tier RPG games, but is quite addictive and enjoyable if you give it the chance.