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Review: Darksiders II | oprainfall

Oprainfall writes:

"Darksiders II has a bit of something for everyone; a deep customization system for RPG fans, satisfying combat for action game fans, and a large world to explore and puzzles to solve for adventure game fans. Death as a character is interesting, and you’ll grow to care about what happens to him as more and more of his character is revealed. Unfortunately, outside of Death himself, the narrative falls a bit flat, but it’s pushed along by great music and voice acting. The game is also, sadly, brought down by a number of glitches and issues. Fortunately, none of these are truly game-breaking. It’s very unfortunate that, given THQ’s financial troubles, we may never see the conclusion to the Darksiders saga. But I’ll hold on to hope that we’ll see Darksiders III at some point in the future." (Darksiders 2, PC, PS3, Wii U, Xbox 360) 4/5

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