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Two Worlds!

Southpeak Interactive has finally released their so-called "Oblivion killer" Two Worlds, but will it live up to the standards the publisher set for it?

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A Lullaby - Oh wait That's The Story: The first huge flaw (of many) in this game is the fact that the storyline is tremendously boring. As you play TW, you will become increasingly sleepy with each cutscene that passes, and in fact, I won't even go into detail about the story, because I want you to finish reading this review.

In addition to that, when you listen to the in-game cutscenes, you will be shocked when you hear the voice acting. It could not have been anymore clear that they were reading off of a script.

Combat At It's Worst: The combat in this game is also unbelievably horrible. TW's combat system relies on mindlessly taping down the attack button and hack-n-slash gameplay that is amazingly difficult until you achieve around level 15-20 and onward.

In addition to that fact, there is also another flaw in the combat system. The only way to avoid attacks is to time a button press in order to dodge an attack. After you dodge the incoming attack, you will then be prompted to counter. Although this counter attack system may sound interesting, it is very un-creative and bland.

Another flaw that this game is that the population is so severely diminished, that you would think the world was hit with an Atomic Bomb...seven times over.

Grindin' All Night Long: Following in the footsteps of the RPG model, the only way to increase your level is to kill small animals roaming the forest. Strangely, in the forests of Two Worlds, only Wolves the size of men and Bears twice the size of men exist. You will level-up VERY slowly in TW because you will die an amazing amount of times from fighting giant Wolves all day.

Rent vs. Buy: There is only one way to say this; Two Worlds is an astoundingly bad game. A dull combat system, tireless grinding, and the horrible story/voice acting/graphics ruin this game from even being enjoyable. I would NEVER recommend this to anyone...stay away

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There is only one way to say this; Two Worlds is an astoundingly bad game. A dull combat system, tireless grinding, and the horrible story/voice acting/graphics ruin this game from even being enjoyable. I would NEVER recommend this to anyone...stay away. I don't think a stronger "F" grade can be applied to this title. (Krakrabbit.com)


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