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Risen 2 Gameplay Preview Video - ZGR

Zeitgeist Game Review says:
"Back in early 2010 I reviewed Risen on both the PC and the Xbox 360. The 360 version wasn’t really all that great as it had washed-out visuals and a clunky user interface, but the PC version blew me away – I absolutely loved it! I got a chance to sit down with the developers at GDC in March of 2011 to get a first look at the upcoming sequel, Risen 2 and instantly fell in love with the new Pirate and Voodoo game-play elements and refined look and feel. Now, I’ve spent the past few days playing through an early preview build of the PC version of Risen 2 and I had a blast. The preview ended with a huge cliffhanger right before a major boss battle, so I’m now really excited for the full game to be released at the end of April." (PC, PS3, Risen 2: Dark Waters, Xbox 360)

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