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Two Worlds II (PS3)

Two Worlds II (PS3)
alaScore 82

14 reviews

Sep, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 14 reviews from magazines and websites. People really like the single player gameplay. The design is also appreciated, whereas there are some mixed opinions about the usability. Many are less positive about the graphics.

story, design, single player

graphics

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation 3 Games (PS3) the Two Worlds II (PS3) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 82/100 = Very good quality.

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Two Worlds II (PlayStation 3)

 

If you played the original Two Worlds, you might not be surprised to learn that its sequel does not represent the role-playing genre at its most refined. What may surprise you, however, is that Two Worlds II's clumsy features don't greatly diminish the...

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Two Worlds II

 

The original Two Worlds didn't stand much of a chance. Not only did it have the misfortune of being compared to The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion, having been released just over a year after Bethesda's epic role-playing game, more importantly it shipped...

Time to wrap this up with a wacky analogy. Two Worlds II is a little like sea urchin. There are some tasty bits inside (crafting systems, portions of multiplayer), but you have to deal with a lot of rough edges (interface, controls, combat,...

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Two Worlds II Review

 

The most uneven game of the year and it's only February.

Several different environments that are rarely represented in a fantasy RPG; innovative magic, crafting, and lock picking systems; just when you're ready to write the game off, the story, quests, and characters are capable of surprising you

When the story, quests, and characters aren't surprising you, they're horribly dull and generic; voice acting and dialog writing are poor to the point of distraction; terrible combat camera; makes a disastrous first impression

Todd Brakke is a regular contributor to GameShark and is the Producer of Jumping the Shark , GameShark.com's official podcast and co-founder of No High Scores.

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Two Worlds II Review

 

While Two Worlds II has some new tricks up its sleeve in the form of a cool new magic system and fun loot mechanic, technical and presentation issues ...

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Two Worlds II

 

Can you believe they made a sequel? And it's good! If you listen to our weekly podcast you know that we have probably talked more about Two Worlds than the...

Massive world ; Improved in almost every aspect ; Lots of content ; Crafting system

Glitches are still present ; Online competitive mode is a waste ; Complicated menu system

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Two Worlds 2

 

Save for a few odd moments, Two Worlds II is miles ahead of its predecessor in terms of its production values. The worlds can be downright gorgeous, and the entire game has a remarkable cinematic quality.

If there was anything else I could add to the trainer, it would be a way to have anything you add with the alchemy system to have a customizable outcome. Think about it, you could literally create any effects you want.

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Two Worlds II Review

 

Two Worlds was a fun, but flawed RPG, with a great story and quest system, but appalling graphics, and hilariously bad voice acting. Now, after a millio [...]

Huge World ; Loads to do ; Online multiplayer

Voice acting ; Animation ; Journal

"Two Worlds II" is a pretty mental game. The multiplayer is brilliant, and there's an unbelievable amount of single player content, and an amazing crafting system that you could spend hours in alone. The voice acting, however, is just bad this time...

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Two Worlds II- PS3

 

Two Worlds II surprised us to such a degree that we found ourselves thinking about the clever concepts well after play. With plenty to see and do, not to mention some great multiplayer offerings, this is a sequel worth checking out.

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Two Worlds II- PS3

 

It's not a disaster by any means, but it's a bit of a technical mess, and no amount of innovation can hide the fact that Two Worlds II requires its players to be apologists as well as adventurers.

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Two Worlds II- PS3

 

Two Worlds II has a lot of potential, but ultimately, it can't fulfill the lofty ambitions that Reality Pump set for it and comes up shorter than it probably would have for the trouble.

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