Two Worlds II is a sequel that has suffers from a rare problem. Before its release, gamers were already convinced of the game’s inferiority based on the original which came out three years ago. So many gamers were “crackin’ wise about its momma” that the decision on Two World II’s quality was quickly made before the game even had a chance to even prove itself. However, the game actually ends up turning the tables on those expectations, improving the broken mechanics and raising the quality on everything its predecessor failed with. Well, not everything, I won’t get ahead of myself here. But the basic fundamentals such as graphics, gameplay, quests, etc. have been improved enough to make time with Two Worlds II surprisingly enjoyable.