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Two Worlds Videos and Trailers - Xbox 360

Game Description:The world will change with your choices, and your choices will change the world! A true role-playing experience is in your hands as you enter a dynamic and completely non-linear storyline. Use an intuitive yet complex combat system for beautifully-choreographed fights. Lots of traps and snares are available to challenge your enemies. Choose a class for your character including Dwarves, Orcs, Elves, and Reptiles, and explore different careers to fit your desired goals. Find a huge variety of items and weapons, all generated so they're never in the same place twice as you travel terrains ranging from snow-capped mountains to deep caves.
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