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Nic Simmonds for NAG Online:
"The 17th-century Caribbean setting went from intriguing to tiring, and the tireless reverting to tried and tested Hollywood pirate tropes began to grate my nerves.
"The third-person combat is nothing new, but in its defence, it works and is moderately enjoyable.
"One of Risen 2’s strong points is the character progression, which manages to be both compelling as well as surprisingly unique.
" There is a degree of humour injected for good measure, but it’s not done well enough to really count as one of the game’s strengths.
"Risen 2 is not terrible but it's difficult to justify its existence."
Edward Torbicki for Level Save:
"Good: Unique gameplay setting | Entertaining Dialogue | Engaging story
"Bad: Frustrating combat | Bugs | Problematic leveling system"
"I wanted to love this game, but the frustrating gameplay teamed up with the horde of bugs to finally nail the coffin shut on my interest."
"The big question that has to be asked though is that is this a substantial improvement over the original Risen and in our opinion that answer has to be no. Dark Waters feels a lot more disposable than its atmospheric predecessor and lacks a lot of personality, which for a Piranha Bytes game is really strange. Strictly a game for Risen or more appropriately Gothic fans only."
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13.05.2012 07:20 -
[NEWS] Reviews for Risen 2: NAG, Level Save, GamerZines#1
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