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I've been playing two worlds 2 for about 16 hours now and i must say the game is superb. the graphics are very nice and very smooth. the game play is nice and has a lot of depth lots of customization options and u can make your own spells. the story is interesting although generic for an RPG. and most importantly the atmosphere is very immersive which is the most important thing for an RPG. On the flip side the game is very very buggy for me, it crashes to the desktop alot and there are random clipping issues and texture issues.

but all in all superb. better than FO:NV, ME2 and possibly even better DA:O

those who have played this already please share your thought about this game in this thread
i've read elsewhere that crossfire was/might still be broken, which could easily explain your problems. idk if it's been fixed yet. try disabling it and see if that helps you at all.
    
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It's a good game but comparing it to gems like ME2 or DAO is ridiculous. No offense.

Yeah, you're right.
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i got used to the combat very quickly, u need to use 1,2,3 effectively. a little less intuitive than gothic 4, that i agree. i gave up on gothic 4 at the first castle town on the second island. it didn't impress me at all.
The gripe i have with combat is that there doesn't seem to be much stratagy involved when facing multiple enemies in melee , which plagues both games.Worst yet , there is no indicator in TW oh whether your facing a high level monster or not.This becomes very apparent even in the first island where they go from you killing them in 5 hits to you getting 2shot from what looks to be the same goblins you've been fighting.Its bad enough your up against a group of enemies in melee , but the wonky auto-lock system just adds to that frustration.

Ranged play , be it bows or magic , just isn't very fun.It seems to me like a LMB masher but at a distance.Magic combinations , though fun , is also rather stupid how shooting 2 extra bolts of magic would cost 10x the mana which just doesn't make sense.Skillbooks , in this case , is unneeded because there were not many skills to begin with especially in melee where most of your skills are limited to a class of weapons.

Bah if i wanted this type of play i might as well wait for ARPGs like Continent of the Ninth to come out if i wanted a more indepth combat system.(Which just recently got picked up by webzen YEAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH)

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