Two Worlds 2 - Playstation 3
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- Various ways of moving, like walking, running, sprinting, riding, swimming, sailing and teleporting
- A flexible combat system with variable attack moves, parrying and special tricks. along with state-of-the-art technology, thanks to a powerful Grace engine and special tools
- Lots of mini-games for breaking up gameplay and an intuitive user interface for the Demons Magic system and the Papak Alchemy system
- Extensive multiplayer options including online co-op and multiple play modes
- Complex object management with movable and usable items, and the special "Craft Tool" that enables individual configuration of armor and weapons
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Platform: PlayStation 3
Top Customer Reviews
For starters, the game world is massive and ripe for exploration - though it should be mentioned some areas are actually inaccessible and therefore the map makes the game world appear larger than it actually is. The graphics are colorful and pretty, but definitely nowhere near the polish of a Bethesda title such as The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion or Fallout 3. My only complaint with the graphics (and it's a big one) is that whenever you move quickly or pan the camera quickly the graphics have a blurring effect. I can only surmise this is an attempt to hide a weak engine, and for the first half-hour I was battling the beginnings of a headache because of it. Once you become accustomed to it, though, the effect becomes part and parcel of the scenery. There are no weather effects like rain or snow, but there is a day/night cycle. Unfortunately there is no "wait" option, and since the vendors close up shop for the evening, you have to wait in real time for the day cycle to come back around. It's not a major issue, but one that could be easily remedied with a simple "wait" option.Read more ›
Customization of Character:
As far as other RRG's, two worlds 2 has a good amount of character creation options. You can mold the face how ever you want and change skin, eye, and hair color. However there are not a lot of hair styles to choose from, you cannot choose your gender (only male), and you can only be human. In multiplayer mode, though, these options are all available.
From the second you control your character I was regretting my purchase. Every time you move the camera, the world blurs. This is a very dizzying affect especially when in tight corridors (as in the start of the game). This is something you get used to, and I did find out recently that you can enter a game code to turn of the blurring affect. Once you get into the real world of the game, it is extremely difficult and frustrating. The first (of three) islands is lush with animals that can kill you almost instantly. Leveling up in this early stage is a chore and very frustrating when you die so very often. The combat is very simplistic and boring especially after playing demon's souls. The block skill does barely anything until you level up (so you have to run away after each attack), the attack button is R2 (which I hate using). and you have no extra skills learned yet to help you defeat enemies.Read more ›
Sadly, my review (see below) has to be downgraded down from the initial 5 stars (I love it) to a neutral 3 star (meaning "It's Okay").
Everything I wrote below is still valid but, as I kept playing, it became increasingly clear that 2W2 was rushed to market before it was finished:
- About half of the land mass is out of reach. You simply can't get there, the makers made sure to surround it all with tall mountains.
- As you progress through the chapters, and each chapter is loosely associated to one of the world's 'islands', you move from densely populated, quest-rich lands to increasingly empty, more barren landscapes with few quests to complete, the last islands, the largest of them all, being 90% off limits.
- Neat features such as 'sailing' go largely unfulfilled. Strangely, there is no commerce between the several islands and, once you find the only boat you can actually sail, there's really no place to go.
- My 60 hours of play (I play slow so expect a 40-hour run for most) produced a most powerful character, armed with the most fearsome and cool-looking weapons, wearing a near-impenetrable armor. Sadly, it also produced an empty world. Everybody and everything that I could fight other than a couple of cats and ants is dead now so there's nothing to do other than kill 'guards' which gets boring fast.
- I will not discuss the plot but I will say that end-game could have been scripted better.
And, finally, the online mode is unplayable. It's extremely frustrating to learn that, after all this 'work' developing your in-game character, making him powerful, skilled and well equipped, to learn that you can't use it online. You are supposed to create a 'new' character or several characters 'from scratch'. Why?Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
still kinda playing it.....its alright for an inexpensive gamePublished 3 months ago by Gary Krantz Jr.
If you love cinematics and cutscenes, this is the game for you. Haven't had enough time to get into it yet, but promises to be a fun game to play.Published 6 months ago by Eric G.