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  • Summary: Two Worlds II: Pirates of the Flying Fortress is a DLC for Two Worlds II.
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  1. Nov 17, 2011
    A great piece of DLC that really extends and adds to the original game.
  2. Nov 20, 2011
    I would imagine that anyone who enjoyed the core adventure of Two Worlds II will find much to like in Flying Fortress, and although I wish that the level of polish was higher, I was able to get back into the zone even after all this time had passed.
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  1. Dec 19, 2011
    This is a rare kind of DLC, it's the kind that manages to be better than the main game, Two Worlds 2 sucked (to learn why read my review ofThis is a rare kind of DLC, it's the kind that manages to be better than the main game, Two Worlds 2 sucked (to learn why read my review of it) but this DLC manages to be a fun time, there are cool boss battles, tons of cool loot, new side quests, new achievements, memorable moments, and more hours of content to sink your teeth into, it also has it's own unique sense of humor, whether it's a hidden reference to something like the Incredible Hulk or just a cheesy joke I found myself laughing quite a bit, and adds a few new features like moral choices and multiple endings which I wish would have been in the main game, but it does have it's flaws, for one thing some of the flaws like bugs carry over from the main game, and you will have to suffer through a overly long and boring part where you have to go through and help a completely unlikable person with his past issues by doing stupid things like making him a sandwich or doing his chores, or helping him through school and fixing his marriage because he is too big of a lazy loser to do it himself, but those are minor complaints my main complaints are that two side quests broke on me and that it's outrageously overpriced at 2400 Microsoft points ($30.00), if it weren't so outrageously overpriced I would have given it a higher score and recommended it to everyone, but as for now it's a really good DLC that manages to be better than the original, but is held pack by a 1 or 2 hour long boring part, some broken quests, and a way to high asking price, but I still can recommend it to Two Worlds 2 super fans who must have more Two Worlds 2, for everyone else hope the price goes down and if it does then buy it. Expand