Knights of the Temple 2 - PC

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  • Fight your way through a forgotten Roman city, deadly dungeons of the Saracen empire, ruins, catacombs & even an underwater fortress
  • Non-linear gaming - Move freely between levels, choose quests and follow the main storyline your way
  • Sell or buy items, weapons and armour, or have them repaired
  • Solve 18 side quests and discover new areas, encounter new NPC's and acquire new, powerful items
  • Choose from different dialogue options, gather bonus information, new side quests or follow the storyline


Product Description

Knights of the Temple II is a thrilling 3rd-person action-adventure where players become a medieval knight. Join Paul de Raque, Grand Master of the Order of the Temple in 13th century Europe. Fight the forces of Hell and unveil the secret of three mysterious ancient artefacts, while you face demon armies that seek to destroy our world. Additional RPG elements make your character even more complex (new active and passive abilities)

Product Information

ASIN B000MPA0CG
Release date February 19, 2007
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2.0 out of 5 stars 5 customer reviews

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Product Dimensions 7.7 x 5.4 x 1.9 inches
Media: Video Game
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By Mr. H. Hall on February 24, 2008
Having played and completed Knights of the temple - Infernal crusade(PC), I decided to buy the sequel. The first game had stunning graphics, but the quality of the game detiorated as one got more than half way through the game.
In sharp contrast, KOTT2 seems to get better as one progresses through the game. KOTT2 has non-linear gameplay that means that there is no set order of game events. This adds to a dimension. Many people have reviewed this game giving it a negative review. I wonder whether they had played the game sufficiently to rate it correctly.
One of the first aspects of the game that critics seize upon is the controls and camera views. I found that, once I had customized these, the game did not pose any problem. It does, however, seem bizarre that a similar key pattern was not adopted from the first KOTT.
Something else that seems surprising to me is that the maximum resolution of the first KOTT is 1920 by 1080, while that for KOTT2 is 1600 by 1200. The graphics seem to improve with the passage of KOTT2.
KOTT2 also offers a multiplay game that I have not tried as yet. Sword fighting medieval games seem to be a current vogue. If you liked Dark Messiah, then you will probably like KOTT2. Significantly, I have not experienced any running problems issues with this game. The new game, Assassin's creed for PC borrows ideas from the KOTT series.
The only major problem posed by this game is that there does not seem to be any walkthrough available. I got stuck on Chamber of the Shepherd for some time until I visited a game forum offering a solution. There was absolutely no way that I would have worked this out for myself.
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A Kid's Review on March 9, 2007
A very enjoyable game. Do NOT download and install the newest patch, as it installs STARFORCE and the packaging does not include the STARFORCE cd key. I sent a high priority email to the company, and they have yet to provide me with a solution. Fortunately, with enough gumption, one can remove STARFORCE entirely from your computer, reinstall the game, and play the game unpatched. As above, it's a bit rough, due to camera problems and just generally poor quality coding, but the ambiance is great and the game is really fun. Oh, one other tidbit, you have to trudge through a ton of conversations and A-B-A package-type quests before you get to any combat, and the game doesn't allow you to save until you've finished off a few baddies (you get save points each time you are victorious in combat, and need 10 to save the game). This is a console-ish type of requirement, which never should have made it's way over to the PC. The combat is really fun, however, and is fairly difficult on the medium difficulty setting.

So, to recap, I give this one NEGATIVE points for customer service/ease of game saves/etc., but 4 points for a really fun and intriguing game!
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I was unable to play this on my laptop. It might be a great game, but I was never able to play it.
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Yes, I know this is 2011 (just barely) and this game is 5 years old. I did play the first Knights of the Temple, though, and enjoyed it quite a bit - it was a pleasant surprise how much fun it was, how good the graphics and sound were. Not a masterpiece but still very well done, and a lot of fun to play.

KOTT 2 is, unfortunately, a very weak game. It starts off slowly (as you expect an RPG to do), doesn't pick up a whole lot, and regrettably, has a number of bugs and shortcomings, and some pretty gaping big errors.

For example, even though the "world" isn't huge, it's still big enough, with enough distinct locations, to be very annoying when you need to go in search of something specific. Unfortunately there is no way to highlight or otherwise draw your attention to persons / objects of interest, whether it's a specific person you need to talk to to start a quest, or something you need to activate to make progress. You can either waste hours going through and talking to EVERYBODY to figure out the next step, or you can look it up online; the game offers no hints.

Another annoyance is that different characters you meet in the different areas may allow you to start a quest at one point but not at another. Following on the last criticism, this makes it extremely difficult to figure out what (if anything) you might try to do next; talking to everyone you meet the first time through does not necessarily accomplish that for you.

Now for the big stuff:

1) Bugs. The game will arbitrarily reduce the number of potions you hold when moving between levels. You may have 8 antidotes, but when you move between maps, you may only hold 2 on the other side. I read elsewhere that some were reduced to 3 or 4; this is inconsistent.
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This game was created by a completely different company than the first Knights of the Temple!

Everything about this game pales in comparison with the first Knights of the Temple.

Gamestyle - This is a boring RPG a la the old Nintendo games

Graphics - More like 1990's choppy blocky style

Combat - Again, more like the old Nintendo games, with very little swordmanship.

Atmosphere - More like japanimation than medieval Europe.

Also the game aims at attacking the Catholic Church, and glorifying the jihadists that were invading Europe during the middle-ages.

ZERO STARS!
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