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Two Worlds Combines the Dynamic Combat System with the Meaning and Freedom of Exploration.
"A well-crafted and ultimately huge slice of video gaming. Ferrago
|Journey even deeper into the world of Antaloor with over 90 new quests and eight new multiplayer maps : Determine the fate of strife-torn land of Antaloor in dynamic, open-ended RPG gameplay : Endless character customization options include four distinctive classes, a complex alchemy system, and thousands of unique item drops : Build your character's reputation with intelligent, networked systems of guilds and secret societies to unlock a deep, rich gaming experience : Wide range of multiplayer options let you to test your character's might in gripping PvP duels in Arena mode - or solve a series of exhilarating quests as allies : Windows Vista / XP|
"Epic scale and depth of content make Two Worlds worthwhile. GameSpot
"...a very solid and entertaining RPG that will eat up a lot of hours. GameZone
"...fantasy RPG in the vein of the Elder Scrolls and Gothic series...it is fun to play, and there can never be too many RPGs like that. Pelit
"Fans of old-school PC games such as Diablo will find plenty to entertain them and the amount of items and weapons to discover truly is impressive. ZTGameDomain
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When a new RPG title comes out, there are hundreds of other RPGs that it can be compared to. For years, people have compared new console entries to the fabled Final Fantasy series. It has taken many years, but it finally seems that there is a new title to use as a comparison for massive RPGs - Oblivion. After all, when you play a game like Oblivion you are completely immersed in the game world, and it helps that you devote several hours without actually finishing the game. Two Worlds is a game in the same vein as Oblivion, meaning that it will take an insane amount of time to really feel like you have accomplished anything...Of course, I'm not saying that Two Worlds is a faulty game for this reason, quite the contrary. From the menu of the game, you can tell that you are in for a treat judging by the lavish backgrounds on the menu screen...There's a lot to Two Worlds that will take you an eternity to complete. This is probably the biggest draw to the game that I can mention. It is one of those games that you can put down, wait a while, come back to it, and rekindle the enjoyment you had the first time around. So race out, dive into the world of Two Worlds, and find out for yourself the mysteries of the Taint.
- Matthew Walker