Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 5
Rated 5 out of 5 by Fister13F Don't be mislead by other reviews
I bought this game without playing the first two worlds. Just by reading what the game had to offer won me over. I used to play world of warcraft a lot on the PC but i gave it up due to cost and commitment you needed. This is an mmorpg for XBOX, not pc which is fantastic. The single player is vast, seemingly undending. I have almost 20 hours of gameplay and i have so many quests yet to do and so many levels to achieve. Plenty of armor, spells, weapons to go around, mass customization and a great talent point system. The graphics look fine on an HDTV. It is an open world, you are not stuck on just one path. It's your worlds to discover. Sailing, walking/running, horseback riding. I could go on and on. This game is ridiculously fun to play. The sense of sarcasm in the characters' voices is humorous, as well as the impression of famous actors and movies that were thrown in to give a laugh!
Rated 5 out of 5 by talonistika great if you liked the first game
if you liked two worlds 1 youll love this game,
its done much better then the first, and despite the flaws its still very fun to play, in some ways more then elder scrolls. they took some fun parts away_ need to have a staff equiped to use magic but you can change weapon/ammor sets with a tap of a button, horse controls better but you have to be 15 feet away from him to call him and he still controls stupidly so youll just end up walking and jumping as in the first game- but walking is much quicker then before so its fine. you can still find many glitches but as in the first they are still fun to exploit
Rated 3 out of 5 by Ropihl Ok
I received this game as a gift and after looking over the cover and realizing what type of game it was, the overall feeling of it was what I expected. It has some good qualities, and some bad that hinder it. The graphics are ok at best, considering the vast landscape needed to be coded. Glitches are not uncommon, such as enemies running up walls or freezing in place. The story mode is long and expansive to give plenty of gameplay. CPU interactions are stiff and seem forced with little movement and bad lip syncing. The music is appropriate and nice at points. Voice acting is hit and miss. But one thing that holds Two Worlds 2 up is the multiplayer. This is one of the few games that offer an MMO on the Xbox in which you can play with your friends, besides Fable 2. Adventure mode, team deathmatches and duels can be interesting but hard to find matches. Overall, it's an interesting game but could have been improved on.
Rated 4 out of 5 by BigRex Game was done well,
Liked the game and have played a couple times. Once as a warrior and once as mage. Mages are as usual over-powered and make the game fairly easy. Mini map in cities is difficult to find your way around but useful in territories. Single player is sometimes fustrating going back and forth to meet objectives. Overall I enjoyed the game and would recommend to friends.