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Anyone here played Two Worlds II? What's you opinion on it?

#1youngfossilPosted 10/10/2013 10:07:01 AM
J/W I see mixed thing about it.
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#2samurai1900Posted 10/10/2013 10:34:50 AM
Can be interesting online if you have someone to play with.

Haven't played single too much myself though.
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#3NicodimusPosted 10/10/2013 10:36:35 AM
I liked it quite a bit, especially the magic system. The combat is pretty tight as well. I was disappointed that the land was so much smaller than TW1, but while there is less exploration it is a more polished game. The sailing thing is also cool once you get the hang of it.
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#4DV8ingSourcesPosted 10/10/2013 10:46:38 AM(edited)
Its good. Nothing amazing but its coherent and interesting enough to keep most rpg fans interested. The biggest issue I have is this map.


http://media1.gameinformer.com/imagefeed/featured/southpeak/two-worlds-2/unboxing/two%20worlds_map.jpg

That giant island? Only multiplayer.

If they only made it so you couldn't see it on your map in single player it wouldn't have been such a ^$%# you but as it stands, you get to explore the smaller islands only (which are still quite large though). I have the expansion but I've never played it so can't comment. Roll a mage for the best experience in both Two Worlds games.
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#5NicodimusPosted 10/10/2013 10:49:17 AM
DV8ingSources posted...
That giant island? Only multiplayer.


Actually, you're not entirely correct.

I sailed around the entire island. There are camps of Grom all over it, and plenty of treasure chests. The inland parts of the island are for multiplayer, but you can still kill and loot the entire coastline which takes a few hours.
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#6youngfossil(Topic Creator)Posted 10/10/2013 10:57:13 AM
So I should roll mage? I was thinking archer
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#7DV8ingSourcesPosted 10/10/2013 10:59:08 AM
Well mage is the more interesting but all are viable. I just like the card system of the mage where you can mix and match effects.
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#8NicodimusPosted 10/10/2013 11:03:40 AM
Mage is the most fun to me because of the depth of the spell system. The archers/rogues aren't given very many skills in this game. They're the most neglected of the three playstyles.
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#9electroflamePosted 10/10/2013 11:12:16 AM
Mages are kind of weak to start, but once you get some decent cards to mix you become really overpowered (in a fun way) really quickly.

I started as a warrior/archer hybrid initially, but worked my way into a warrior/mage about halfway through.
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