A post in the comments section of part 3 suggests this is indeed an alpha version from at least a half year ago. Doesn't guarantee the future builds will be much better, but it does offer some hope. A lot of potential in this game, so I hope they get that combat under control.
as long as the combat is better then the first, where u could swing, backstep, repeat, each enemy, I'll be happy. Not the thing I play these types of games for, but at least its not turn-based. Just do not like turn -based. --- --- After research, I am 100% sure the US gov commited 9/11. The only difference between myself and skeptics, is they have not done the research. infowars.com
I honestly cannot believe what I just saw. The game looks beautiful. What's more, is look how well it seems to run as opposed to the first one. The combat looked OK to me, he moved kind of like a guy in a suit of armor would for the most part. Besides, I am sure there are plenty of moves and abilities that we are not seeing.
Everything seems to be vastly improved. The visuals are beautiful, the menu system is slick, the character customization is solid, the character models look good, it runs smoothly, ect. I think this very well may end up being the surprise of the year, myself. It may not be critically acclaimed, but it is definitely looking like a most improved sequel candidate for certain.
I know I'll be buying, based on what I just saw. Looks a hell of a lot better than something like Risen on the 360, that's for sure. I love that game as well, by the way. It is just has one of the worst cameras I have ever seen and looks awful. So far, Two Worlds II actually looks like a big budget RPG in comparison. In fact, it is probably one of my most wanted games right now after watching that.