Overlord II looks set to massively expand on the original concept, with enough toys to keep the most fidgety minions occupied and happy. The version of the game we played seemed fairly polished for a game only 50 per cent complete, and the developer promises that there'll be a great many more surprises, including head-to-head multiplayer in the finished game. But to be honest, the simple joy of a minion adoringly calling us Master while he bludgeons a baby seal to death has us all excited. Sound kind of sick? Don't blame us, blame Triumph.