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Darksiders 2- PC

Darksiders 2- PC
alaScore 89

12 reviews

Aug, 2014

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 12 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers are impressed by the gameplay. The story also gets good feedback.

graphics, story, gameplay

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PC Games the Darksiders 2- PC is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 89/100 = Very good quality.

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(Based on 12 reviews)

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Darksiders 2 (Wii U) Review


The 4 horsemen ride again in this action sequel.

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Darksiders 2


The original Darksiders received an abundant amount of praise regarding its bold attempt at combining the gameplay of popular titles including Devil May Cry, God of War, and The Legend of Zelda, resulting in a thrilling mix of action, adventure,...

While the lack of advanced graphics options are disappointing, the core experience of Darksiders 2 remains intact with its assortment of gameplay genres and content rich world. Darksiders 2 on PC provides fans of the original and series newcomers with...

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Darksiders 2


Bigger, better and improves on the flaws of the original in almost every way

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Darksiders 2 Review


Darksiders II absolutely trumps the first game, which in itself was a work of masterful art, and leaves me hoping we don’t have to wait two years for the inevitable third game. One of the year’s best releases by far...

Giant new world beyond our own to explore; Visceral combat ; Deep micro-management system on par with the best RPGs; Currency and loot system is top-notch; Michael Wincott as Death was a perfect choice; Deeply rewarding narrative

Game-engine is beginning to show its age

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Darksiders 2 review: Epic, brutal, ambitious - but still comes up short


Now I am become Death," goes the quote, "the destroyer of worlds. Er, and also of lava temples and ice caverns. Oh, and I share dialogue with giant magical Glaswegians who sell me stuff." As it turns out,

Thousands of armour pieces and weapons to loot ; A 30-hour story with a massive world to explore ; Customisation and skill trees lend RPG-lite elements

Convoluted combat requires blind speed over finesse ; Death moves at the speed of a Segway ; Platforming's functional but unimaginative