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  • Summary: Millennium 2 is the sequel to the new epic saga of Aldorlea Games, specialists in RPG and Adventure. Will Marine gather the people she needs so that they can challenge the Lords of Mystrock to a legendary showdown?

    With magic and marvels a world and journey await you.
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  1. Mar 19, 2013
    10
    Millenium 2: Take Me Higher is the second chapter in the adventures of Marine and her gang as they continue their journey across the land ofMillenium 2: Take Me Higher is the second chapter in the adventures of Marine and her gang as they continue their journey across the land of Myst. All the user options of the first installment are available, allowing the player to tailor the experience, as well as offering the opportunity to either follow the main quest from beginning to end, or take on the side quests that, again, include some challenging boss fights. The music is amazing, with one piece in particular at the end that is far and away the best thing I've heard in ANY RPG. Excellent mapping and scenery, engaging new characters, and, as the previous viewer mentioned, a surprisingly emotional sequence at the completion of the main quest. Expand
  2. Jan 9, 2013
    9
    Beautiful game and a worthy sequel to Millennium 1. The artworks are as pretty as the first one and the game contains some pretty emotionalBeautiful game and a worthy sequel to Millennium 1. The artworks are as pretty as the first one and the game contains some pretty emotional sequences, such as the ending scene on the bridge or the tamer and her gripphin. A special mention goes to the music, amazing. Expand