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  • Summary: ILLUSIA 2 App Store DescriptionsCasual Platform Action RPG Returns Solve the mystery behind what is causing the nightmares!An evil force has invaded the Dream World giving everyone nightmares! Help the heroes Angela, Chris and Ares vanquish evil and restore peace to their land in this sequel to the hit RPG, ILLUSIA. With a thrilling storyline, full of twists and turns, ILLUSIA 2 takes the immersive gameplay of the original masterpiece and embellishes it with more colorful side scrolling adventures, diverse skill training and endless customizable options. FEATURES--------------------------ENDLESS GAME PLAY WITH ADDITIONAL MODESClear the story then go head to head in asynchronous PVP Mode, Defense Mode,RushMode and Mission Mode! CHOOSE FROM 3 CHARACTERS WITH 20 NEW SKILLSPick Magician, Warrior or the new Assassin and hone your skills to defeat eviland restore peace! NEW BEAUTIFUL ARMOR AND WEAPONRYCustomize your character from head to toe with 40,000 new costumes and weapons while specializing in unique skills! NEW FAIRY HELP SYSTEM Fearlessly tackle new challenges as Ede, your own fairy, handles your dirty work! FOUR NEW WORLDS TO EXPLOREBattle your way through four unique platforms: Food World, Adventure World, Toy World and Hope World through visceral side scrolling gameplay! Expand
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 2 out of 4
  2. Negative: 1 out of 4
  1. Apr 22, 2012
    It's still entertaining despite the rough controls and cutscene glitches, plus it doesn't cost a thing. Not that being free is an excuse, but it certainly makes it easier to sate that curiosity.
  2. Apr 23, 2012
    Decent as action-platformers go, but as an RPG, slights against the English language pop up enough to take you out of it, if not outright confuse you.
  3. May 2, 2012
    Illusia 2 is a quirky and imperfect RPG that's worth far more than its free price tag.
  4. Apr 23, 2012
    While there are a ton of equipment options, skill trees, and other back-end options, the things that really matter-combat, navigation and story-leave a lot to be desired. The game is free so you're not going to be out any money, but time is a more precious resource. Save it and pass on Illusia II.