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White Knight Chronicles II

Platform : PlayStation 3
Rated: Teen
97 customer reviews
Metascore: 60 / 100

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  • For the first time ever, create and customize your very own Incorruptus that you can use in both single and multiplayer modes
  • Character can now select new skills and spells such as dual wielding weapons to make characters more customizable
  • 2 games in 1 - this game includes all the content from the first game with improved and enhanced features of the sequel adding up to over 100 hours of combined gameplay
  • Signature combination of singe player and multiplayer returns allowing players to share characters from your single player game in multiplayer
  • Improved gameplay mechanics that fans demanded makes battles more fast paced and dynamic
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Product Description

Product Description

From Japan's top developer Level 5 come an epic high production RPG with stunning visuals and over 30 hours of original gameplay. This follow up to the original White Knight Chronicles includes new features fans demanded and the return of its signature combination of single and multiplayer role playing. Experience the thrilling finale to the epic battle between light and darkness and awaken to your true calling as you unlock the true powers of the Incorruptus, a giant powerful knight from the ancient Dogma wars.

White Knight Chronicles II, the sequel to White Knight Chronicles: International Edition, is an epic role-playing game available exclusively on the PlayStation 3 computer entertainment system. The game masterfully blends the cinematic storytelling of a single player role-playing game (RPG) with an entertaining and interactive co-op multiplayer RPG experience. From famed Japanese developer LEVEL-5, White Knight Chronicles II, features stunning graphics, over 400 new weapons and armors, and new skills and spells that make battles more interactive, strategic, and fast-paced. In addition to the full sequel, the game also includes the remastered White Knight Chronicles: International Edition as a bonus, delivering two full games and over 100 hours of combined gameplay.

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It's a year after the events of the original White Knight Chronicles game, which marked the return of the Yshrenian Empire. Leonard and his companions have come back together to protect the Kingdom of Balandor, the Archduchy of Faria and the Free City of Greede from the Yshrenian Empire, but there is more trouble here than initially meets the eye. There is civil unrest in the Archduchy of Faria, with one faction trying to protect the Farian princess, Miu, and another militant faction trying to spark a revolution. Should the revolution succeed, the instability would threaten not only Balandor, Greedeand Faria, but the entire world.

A White Knight battling Treant in White Knight Chronicles II
The complete White Knights Chronicle adventure to-date, including both games on one disc.
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Two White Knight Chronicles Games in One

White Knight Chronicles II is a true sequel to the original game in the series, and as such has important links to the original game. With that in mind, game publisher D3 has bundled a remastered copy of White Knight Chronicles International Edition with White Knight Chronicles II on a single Blu-ray disc, ensuring that every player has the opportunity to get the complete White Knight Chronicles experience in a single game release.

Key Game Features

  • Classic RPG Action - Dive into classic RPG action filled with party-based combat, magic, melee, character leveling and more
  • Enjoy Single Player and Multiplayer Action - Battle evil forces while taking characters from your single player campaign into a expansive multiplayer gaming experience with up to six other players online
  • Remastered White Knight Chronicles International Edition Included - Play the heroic storyline of the sequel and have the option to journey through the bonus remastered original game as well, totaling over 100 hours of gameplay
  • Create and Customize Your Own White Knight - Make the game your own as you create and customize your very own Incorruptus (a unique knight)
  • Updated Battle System - Throw yourself into a challenging new enhanced battle system that makes battles faster paced and dynamic
  • Weapons and Armor Customization - Create your own unique combat style with more than 400 new armor and weapon choices
  • New Abilities and Spells - Utilize powerful new skills and spells, such as charge attacks, dash attacks and dual wielding weapons
  • New Online Mode – The new, massive online mode extends the gameplay beyond the story of the game with up to six players on new quests and challenges

Additional Screenshots

Using a Holy Light spell on skeleton enemies in White Knight Chronicles II
New abilities and spells.
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The Incorruptus customization screen from White Knight Chronicles II
Unique customizable knights.
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Party-based combat against a huse enemy in White Knight Chronicles II
Classic party-based combat.
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Multiplayer gameplay screenshot from White Knight Chronicles II
New 6-player online support.
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Product Details

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  • ASIN: B004WL4LOY
  • Product Dimensions: 6.8 x 5.3 x 0.6 inches ; 3.8 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: September 13, 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (97 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #15,164 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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44 of 48 people found the following review helpful By J. C. Yoon on September 20, 2011
-Story continues exactly where WKC left off and it's a trilogy, 3rd one is on the way.
-Improvements on Graphic and voice acting
-More skills for all weapons
-A LOT more weapons and armors since max level is now 80.
-No more X button harass when searching for Ores/bugs/flowers etc. It gives you all the materials at once
-More GR quests and new Monster Bounty quests(these can be harder than final boss)
-Customize Knight for your avatar
-Data import from the 1st one is impressive. Includes all the mats,weapons, armors and georama layout
-Online mode! now up to 6 people in a party with Knight transformation
-Better AI for your companions
-Better AC,MP balance for your skills and combos
-Plenty of challenges towards the end of the game and after you've beaten the story mode. New game+ and you unlock a castle to test your strategy/skills.

-Story mode environment. You get 1 more new town and 2 new initial & final dungeon but everything else is the same. You basically play through the towns & dungeons that you've already beaten on 1st one all over again. This was a huge let down.
-Errands(resident quests These suck, the reward is very good. Mostly, you just go around the world map and talk to different NPCs over and over again, nothing else. Just spend time running for 1hour to complete a few of them. Boring and annoying.
-No online mode for Bounty hunt and Otherworld(to get your avatar knight's equipment) I got excited to pull off something like capcom's Monster hunter online, but found out that it's offline only.
-Same towns and dungeons mean same monsters and same soundtrack...seriously.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Jared on June 13, 2013
While White Knight Chronicles 2 is a fun game, it has its flaws. Such as setting level caps before the final (non-Japanese) level cap of 80, forcing players to run through already explored areas just to pad the game time, and a steep learning curve.
Most of those flaws are forgivable.
Re-exploring areas? It's a good time to level up on the new enemies with higher levels.
The steep learning curve? Expectable for a Japanese RPG.
But what is NOT, and I repeat NOT, acceptable is D3 Publishers and Level 5 saying "eff you" to the rest of the world by focusing only on the Japanese gamers.
Being a veteran from White Knight Chronicles 1, I knew how to deal with disappointments from Level 5, such as the lack of patches. Over the 3 years that the game was out, we only received a handfull of patches, while the Japanese recieved a metric ton of patches. But I was not prepared for D3 and Level 5 to completely abandon the non-Japanese market.
Not only did White Knight Chronicles 2 only receive 1 patch, the guild system was ignored by Level 5, the promised DLC was cancelled for its non-Japnese players, and the game's non-Japanese servers are being shut down on June 18, 2013.
The online multiplayer was KEY to get to the non-Japanese level cap of 80. (Yes, the Japanese also got a bigger level cap and Guild Rank cap while the rest of the world didn't.) You needed other people to help you get your Guild Rank up, a system that only levels up by completing quests quickly and efficiently, but the whole charm from the game was its online community. The game had its own forums--IN THE GAME. People could log on and talk with others in a contained online community, but as of 6/18/13, that online community will cease to exist.
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23 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Cai on September 24, 2011
I was a big fan of the original game when it came to the US last year and had been looking forwards to White Knight Chronicles II for a long time now.

Then, about two weeks before it came out, my PS3 died and I lost ALL of my game save files.

So, I was disheartened, and went to purchase a copy of the original again. Until the fellow selling it to me told me that White Knight Chronicles II actually came with a complete copy of the first game, remastered to the new graphics levels.

I was astounded to say the least.

So I brought it home and tore it open and started a new game of White Knight Chronicles I - and let me tell you, the graphical difference is amazing. The texturing and shadows are far deeper and more detailed. The characters are more detailed and animated.

I have yet to get through even the first few missions of the first game, but had to post a review so that people know just how much effort the publishers put into this.

The game is amazing, pure and simple. I love the combat system, the graphics - it is one of the VERY few old school RPG games to have come to the high definition systems. If you're a RPG fan who is on the fence on this one - trust me, get it. It is well worth it and you can invest hundreds of hours, or just enough time to get through the plot.

It has something for everyone.
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16 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Uke-kyun on February 6, 2012
I really love RPGs, and there aren't enough of them on the PS3. WKC I/II both attempt to address that shortfall, but still leave me feeling unfulfilled. Don't misunderstand; I want to like the WKC titles. I really do. And I would, if it wasn't for the battle system. What's wrong with it? It is built in such a way that discourages the player from using all his available power during a battle. Think about it: If you are battling a group of monsters or even just one monster, you don't want to have to wait for another "Action Chip" to become available to you before you can unleash a powerful hit. Or, having finished a gnarly battle, you press onward to find yourself suddenly attacked by the level boss, requiring Leonard to fight. Leonard, having only 2 Action Chips, cannot transform into the White Knight. Yet, without the White Knight, there is no way to beat the boss and the party is defeated one member after another. Should Leonard actually survive long enough to earn the AC's needed to transform, by that point, his mana is certain to be running low, so the White Knight likely will vanish after a single attack, leaving Leonard and his party high and dry.

If the game didn't have the Action Chip mechanism, which doesn't do anything but slow down and hinder the party, it would be a great game worthy of more stars. I wish I could give it more.
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