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Two Worlds Member Review for the Xbox360

MugenKraig By:
MugenKraig
09/10/07
PRINTER FRIENDLY VERSION
EMAIL TO A FRIEND
GENRE RPG 
PLAYERS 1- 2 
PUBLISHER SouthPeak 
DEVELOPER ZUXXEZ 
RELEASE DATE  
M Contains Blood and Gore, Violence

What do these ratings mean?

THE TRUTH ABOUT TWO WORLDS... (mind your eyes for they may bleed)

Official Review. (so take my word ok)

So i decided to try this game out, i tried to stomach the pain and now i am left scarred from such a weak attempt at an rpg.

This game had everything that you would expect in an rpg, horses (woo horses!) a main character that you can customize (woo hairstyles!) and a cast of familiar looking characters each bearing resemblance to the world of warcraft and oblivion series, (GOOD TIMES!)

Now this game in all respect didn't catch my eye even from the box it looks cheap unoriginal and in all fairness who would write (oblivion on steriods) on the box unless it was true? the game starts out with you making a character with limited option to which i simply skipped, (i can go back later if the game is any good) and you start in a cellar type cave with a gate etc. to get you started, you progress up until your first battle with some orc like creatures to which i unveiled my shining sword of fury and took a swing, *THUD* wow my health is down and i only hit him once, to which several blows followed and i was dead.

I then met with some plain uninteresting badly scripted characters to which i skipped all the dialogue to avoid my ears bleeding, and continued on my quest of which i had no idea what it was, i found a horse etc.. blah de blah, sound familiar? it should do.

THE VERDICT!! (this is the important stuff ignore the above comments if your lazy)

GAMEPLAY: (F-) The only way this game could get any better is by re making it in all fairness trying to move your character is like trying to move michael j fox on crack.

SOUNDS: (E) Slightly better than the gameplay only because most of the time their voices are laugh out loud funny!

LIFESPAN: (E) If your brain can stomach the above issues you may have a long journey ahead of you, could be as fun as shopping with your grandma.

OVERALL: (F-) Not the worst game ever played but still nt worthy enough to sit on my shelf with the good games this game is like the snotty kid who you hated in school, definitely recycle bin worthy material.

Reviewed By Kraig (For you need to save yourself from the bad games)


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