Re: Official Two Worlds discussion thread
I got to play this a little recently. I friend of mine got a copy shipped over from Europe (at least thats what he said). Well, it looks pretty good overall and reminds me a lot of Gothic III and not so much of Oblivion. I liked Gothic III so this looks like a must have title for my collection.
One thing I noticed was that the game has a lot of ground cover but less trees that Oblivion or Gothic III. That may help explain the game engine being rather fast with frame rates. Also, it looked like there are lots of things to find along the way so it looks like it will keep us entertained a while anyway. It also reminded me of Gothic III in that it got better as its played.
The initial impression I had was mediocre because the voice overs were not so good and the character models looked weird. By the time I left (about an hour) I had either gotten used to this or it looked better. I'll pick it up when its released in the states.
Overall, there is nothing ground breaking here. It looks like a game from 2-3 years ago which isn't bad, but its not as visually appealing as Oblivion. However, it looks fun.
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