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Two Worlds 2 Video Review

Posted: February 23, 2011
Two Worlds 2 Video Review
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In this Two Worlds 2 video review, Adam Sessler weighs in on this open-world RPG full of magic cards and sword fighting that looks to improve on its less-than-stellar original's reception.

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  • Melki

    Oh, and maces are really awesome too. They're kinda like the all around weapons. They'll kill most any enemies pretty good. Some weapons like sword and staffs don't work as well on like skeletons and stuff. It's better to crush their bones with a spikey mace. On some enemies blades don't work at all. Like the stone underground warriors. They have to be smashed with a mace or something with a decent Blunt force rating.

    Posted: December 24, 2011 5:04 PM
    Melki
  • Melki

    I was really impressed by Two Worlds 2. I have to give South Peak Games and TopWare Interactive their due. They put detail in everything. You can swim in the ocean, they're are fish swimming everwhere, birds flying everywhere, you can go anywhere you want, I never got stuck in the enviroment even once the whole game. Sure at first when you start playing it's like "Man this SUCKS!!" "I'm getting killed all the time" but once you figure out to attack the enemies from behind and start leveling up the game becomes awesome. Later in the game you can even buy a boat and explore islands and places that the developer just put in extra. Places that you didn't even know exsisted in the single player game. The Weapon crafting is addictive. You'll find many weapons that you'll fall in love with and simply can do without them once you've crafted them into powerful tools of death. Even some lower level weapons can destroy enemies better than the really high level weapons if you craft them enough and use the right rune stones in them. Once you get to like level 20 then you can pretty much crack skulls of most of the enemies pretty easily. The combat is extremely satisfying once you're powerful enough. Weapons feel strong and have nice sound effects to the hits. I believe the game is a Masterpiece of a RPG. It's a literal work of art and RPG's don't get any better. Just trust me. Stick with the game and you become a formidable warrior. Oh, and the spear-like staffs and Pole-axes are super effective weapons. Also, when you start crafting (upgrading) your armor try and stick with just a few different types and upgrade them alot. It'll pay off. Your armor will be really powerful and keep you from getting hurt really well. Don't waste your points on magic if you don't like it. Like every other time I'd level up I would put a point into my magic thinking "I better have some magic skill, I might need it" the fact is you never do. Regular Weapons are all you need. But I definitely wouldn't just invest in all magic. I tried investing lots of points in magic at the begining and when I'd use magic against enemies they'd destroy me. I'm sure once you get high enough in magic and levels then you can probally kill enemies like crazy but you'll need a regular weapon to get your magic and level up high enough. So invest in your skills wisely and invest in the lock-picking skill early. It's really hard to pick locks and impossible on some with a low lock-picking skill. It pays off when your looting chest or breaking into houses. They have the best weapons. Anyway, I give the game a 5/5.

    Posted: December 24, 2011 4:58 PM
    Melki
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