Ethan Butterfield from GameGrin wrote "Has there ever been a point when you’ve looked through your gaming library and wondered, “Huh, whatever happened to this title?"
First one was garbage. The second was a janky cheese-fest. And then their follow-up release, Raven's Cry, wasn't even complete at launch; doing so badly they re-released it under a new title more than a year later ... still not complete.
We happily forgot about it. Thanks for reminding us -_-
I'm probably in the minority but I loved the second one! I acknowledge that it wasn't a great game but I enjoyed it thoroughly and even platinumed it >_<
The first one was pretty bad, but I enjoyed the second despite its flaws. A bit rough around the edges, but it was a pretty decent RPG.
I liked both. I hope they will come to Xbox BC
The first one just had too many big glitches. The second was much smoother and had more polish
It was a terrible game. Hardly surprising that porcelain_chicken liked it.
As classy as always Anthotis. Hardly surprising to see you here in an article you probably only read the headline to, hating something and mentioning me in the process. Somethings never change lol. I enjoyed the second one kiddo. Deal. With. It.
They made TWII and TWIII due this year i think, i actually like 2, rough around the edges for sure but one of the most innovative magic systems ive ever had the joy of experimenting with, the sailing was awesome too
Must've stayed in the other world. I tried the first Two World's and wasn't impressed—and I'm a huge knights, elves and dragons gamer.
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