Telegraph: Overlord II Review

If it's true that in the fight between good and evil that evil has more fun, then a video game which boasts a diabolical cad with glowing eyes as its central character should have players lining up around the block. Overlord II contains such a protagonist and more; it's a game in which players are able to indulge their inner Sauron. Like its predecessor – the enjoyable if slightly flawed Overlord – it plays like a third-person Dungeon Keeper mixed with gameplay elements from Pikmin. It also contains an element of moral choice, but in this case players have the option of being evil or being really evil.

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