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  • Summary: Geneforge 2 is a fantasy role-playing epic with a science fiction twist. In Geneforge 2, you explore a huge world, choose which side you will fight for, and make your own horde of completely obedient mutant monsters. You are an apprentice Shaper. You are being given the power to create life and mold it to serve your own needs. The whole world fears and respects the Shapers. Your secrets are many, and your power is absolute. If you need a servant, you have but to create it, and it will gladly die for you. But when you and your teacher are sent on what seems to be a simple mission, things go horribly wrong. Monsters roam the countryside. Your allies turn on you. Your teacher disappears. And you find yourself in the middle of a conspiracy to use forbidden powers and overthrow Shaper rule. Many factions want your help. All have their own rewards to offer. Will you stay loyal to your people? Or will you fight to remake the world? [Spiderweb Software] Expand
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  1. 85
    The formula that Mr. Vogel and Co. have mastered here is, as before, how to combine fast-paced exploration with smart surprises that keep you guessing. Do yourself a favor and try this game, because as they say in Arkansas, "It's the gameplay, stupid."
  2. With at least 40 hours of original, engaging role-playing packed into its relatively tiny install, Geneforge 2, like the previous Spiderweb games, is probably the best twenty-five bucks an RPG fiend can spend. [Feb 2004, p.85]
  3. Graphics aside, Geneforge 2 is a terrific game to start with if you're fairly new to the RPG genre. It's easy to just dive in and start playing, and all the help you need is built into the interface - just a mouse-click away at all times. And the game's virtually bug-free. [Apr 2004, p.80]
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  1. AlexanderG.
    Nov 2, 2004
    I cant stop playing!! (sobs) i dont deserve to live, cant wait for numbuh 3.
  2. JesseK.
    Feb 15, 2004
    Damn good.
  3. MikeS.
    Mar 5, 2004
    I have now played for 16 hours straight. DAMN addictive. How the hell can they fit a game this great into 15 megs?
  4. Dec 19, 2012
    Not an amazing game, but its good for the genre and a positive game, certainly. I liked it but I was not swept off my feet. Its worth playing if you're a fan of these types of games. Expand
  5. Jul 19, 2013
    It's a good game, but if you haven't already, play Geneforge 1 before this game, it's ALOT more fun. Though this game's pretty fun aswell. Maybe it's me getting tired of RPGs as this game's very similar to Geneforge 1,
    I can see a new gamer enjoying this very much.