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  • Summary: 300 years after Aziraal has been banished, a brother and sister are drawn into the conflict which has flared up between the Orcs and the free world. Kyra, the hero's younger sister, suddenly disappears in mysterious circumstances.
    The hero, a bounty hunter, searches throughout Antaloor for
    300 years after Aziraal has been banished, a brother and sister are drawn into the conflict which has flared up between the Orcs and the free world. Kyra, the hero's younger sister, suddenly disappears in mysterious circumstances.
    The hero, a bounty hunter, searches throughout Antaloor for her. His quests take him to the far-off reaches of the continent. Constantly on the alert for a clue as to her whereabouts, he keeps his eyes and ears open during his travels.
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  1. Jan 25, 2015
    5
    Good to pass some time away, but overall not recommended. Visuals are passable considering its age, combat is again passable with the abilityGood to pass some time away, but overall not recommended. Visuals are passable considering its age, combat is again passable with the ability to "dodge" (a feature missing from TW2) - Two Worlds is hugely unbalanced in every department, magic is massively underwhelming requiring massive spell upgrades before it becomes 'useful'

    Alchemy is extremely overpowered with the ability to create potions giving you thousands of permanent hit points, magic or stats. Mounts are buggy, with horses having pathing issues constantly. Item fusion is also overpowered giving the player the ability to fuse together the same items and have the stats cross-over, allowing for some extremely overpowered godly items. Another major issue is frame rate and stuttering which happens constantly, and gets fairly annoying.

    The game contains plenty of side quests but since the 'quest' tracker is confusing, most of the time you can't really figure out where your supposed to go, or to talk too. The main story quests are extremely convoluted with plenty of pointless running around just to open simple doors so you can continue your quests. Balance in every department is poor and its very noticable - once you complete the main quest line, the ending is exceptionally bad....I'm talking 'Mass Effect 3 bad'

    Overall, I cannot recommend Two Worlds but for people looking for a quick open world rpg to pass some time, and if you can find this game for 'cheap' or free, then its worth maybe checking out if your a fan of the genre.
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  2. Apr 18, 2014
    4
    A mediocre game at best. Nothing in this so called Epic Edition is epic at all. The story fails to reel you in and the gameplay is hampered byA mediocre game at best. Nothing in this so called Epic Edition is epic at all. The story fails to reel you in and the gameplay is hampered by a combat system that's unbalanced and clunky. The game starts off unreasonably difficult, then becomes too easy 10 hours in. Visuals look somewhat nice, though there's an awful lot of pop-in and distant objects look ridiculously blurry. Unfortunately sound design is even worse as the voice acting is so monotone it'll make you cringe. The old English vibe the developers were trying to create just makes you laugh at its mediocrity in addition to the cringing. Collapse

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