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Submitted by DjPralla 896d ago | review

Risen 2: Dark Waters - Review [UpperPad]

Developer Piranha Bytes have managed over time to create a good reputation among fans players who remain faithfully attached to their PC. This reputation stems mainly from the first three installments of the series of role-playing games Ghotic, but also for creating a new intellectual property, important from the impression in the industry, as Risen. What has never fully convinced is the ability to carry on the work of the German developer console, if in fact the whole Gothic series has never landed in the living room television, the first chapter of the new series will not be certainly remembered for his conversion for Xbox 360. Ever since the development of Risen 2: Dark Waters developers have repeatedly reassured that the console versions would be up to the PC, despite skepticism from experts. The result gives in to the software in the wrong forces for Deep Silver, but we see in more detail what issues are. (PC, PS3, Risen 2: Dark Waters, Xbox 360) 75/100

cgjn   896d ago | Spam
Chris558  +   896d ago
Why are they raping my series pyranha just go back to gothic

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