GamerZines writes: In an exclusive interview featured in this month's PCGZine, TopWare Interactive's Jake DiGennaro has outlined why he thinks Two Worlds II will restore gamers' faith in the fantasy based franchise.
Suuuuuuuure. Fewer glitches, please.
Lol what franchise? As far as I can see there's nothing to redeem as the first one was so laughable it shouldnt even count.
Like Ted Kazynski will redeem himself to society. Mail ya an apology letter.
But I'll have to see it to believe it. Honestly, they should have just made a new IP. Same game, different title. Odds are, even if TW2 is an awesome game, sales will suffer because of TW1's quality... in the same way that even if Witcher 2 is a bad game, it'll probably still get good sales because of Witcher 1.
Two Worlds actually sold well in Europe, the PC version was apparently better than the console version so the name can still be put to some use.
***Well, it certainly can't be any worse.*** Trust me, it could. And, yeah, it actually sold really well on the PC across the world.
Fun just way too many glitches.....but still fun
ill just steal it
The screenshots look like Oblivion on steroids. I hope it plays like it.
I don't get why they wouldn't just make a new franchise. They are just making people nervous to buy this by making it a sequel to a piece of crap. Not every game has to be a franchise. I wish developers would realize that.
Two Worlds gets a sequel, but Heavenly Sword can't get a sequel after selling 1.5 million copies. There is no justice in the video gaming world.
TW didn't cost as much to make. When PS3 was launched people who could program well for it were rather expensive.
although i didnt even play the first one cause of complaints im gonna pic this one up,it looks interesting and least its real time action lol
It's not going to redeem anything. The build I played at E3 was effing awful. And I'm a fan of this type of game. The movement is clunky, the combat more awkward than any game I've *ever* played, and it doesn't look as good as they're trying to claim. Unless it gets a massive overhaul that completely changes it, it's going to be just as bad as the first.
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