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Two Worlds – PC PC Standard

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The world literally comes to life – your environment reacts immediately to the player’s actions and changes, creating new and exciting challenges
Strong, non-linear storyline – Shape your own story by choosing the path your character takes
Experiment with different careers and even reverse former choices with the help of career changers
For the first time, players are allowed to assemble their own magic spells
Travel and fight on various animals, from horses to tamed lizards

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Platform:PC| Edition:Standard The world changed when Aziraal, the god of war, was slain in the huge battle long ago. The hordes of Orcs lost their divine leader and were forced to withdraw to the southern wastelands. Now, thousands of years later, the location of Aziraal’s tomb is still unknown, well hidden by other gods who did not dare to entrust the secret to mere mortals.

However, now, a fragile peace between the civilized races and the hordes is at stake. When the dwarven mining expedition discovered an ancient temple dedicated to an unnamed deity – all of the world’s most powerful factions saw it as a possible clue to the place of Azriaal’s burial ground. A silent war has now begun and it will soon ignite the fires that will lead to the holy crusade of the Orcs. However, the real danger lies somewhere else. A powerful force churns silently – weaving a secret plot of fear and destruction. In the end one of the Two Worlds will remain.

The story of “Two Worlds” begins in an age torn by war. The Orcs have advanced to the south bank of the river Gon and are threatening the Kingdom of Cathalon. While this is happening, the hero, a wandering bounty hunter, is searching for some clue as to the whereabouts of his sister, whom he hasn’t seen since her settlement was attacked three years ago. He unexpectedly receives vital information from a mysterious stranger – and immediately joins a Dark Brotherhood (or so it seems). Now the time has come for him to try understanding the game’s powerful forces – and to learn how to use them! This is the only way the hero can survive – and get the answers to the questions that are burning in his soul – Who is behind this secretive kidnapping? Will he ever see his sister again? Where is the Tomb of Aziraal – and what role does the mysterious, yet helpful stranger have to play?

Specification: Two Worlds – PC PC Standard

Weight 7.2 lbs
Dimensions 7.5 × 5.5 × 17.2 in

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  1. Luke I. Terpstra

    This game runs great on a factory stock laptop, although I would recommend using Windows 7’s readyboost on a san disk thumb drive. I used a 16gb sandisk micro sd hc memory card, so it boosted my ram a lot. Any ways, I ran it on a Compaq Presario CQ56, it has an AMD V140 2.30 ghz cpu, and 2gb built in RAM. It has a AMD M880G with ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4250 graphics card too. Other than that, if you have better hardware, then you are set for this game. I had endless hour of fun. I actually finished the game really fast, so I had endless time doing the most comical fighting with everybody, I laughed soo much, this game is big enough for loads of after story line ending fun. I attacked guards, villagers, and everytime I found the same weapon on a villager, I stacked it and was made even more stronger than the guards. You’ll be so entertained. This may be a spoiler, but if you want to know, there is a console type feature for the use of cheats like in oblivion, but I only used them after I beat the ending both ways just to have fun. If you are easily entertained by B-movies, or badly rated games that just have found a niche in your heart, this is a game for you. An excellent game, hey if people don’t like it, more for us!Read more

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  2. Inept

    I started playing Two Worlds years after it’s release, with path 1.07 installed, so my experience involved none of the bugs I’ve read about. My style is to enjoy the game rather than worry about following the central plot, so I played 5 different characters through various side quests. As a fighter focused on melee and armor, I had the most fun fighting from horseback. Instead of transportation, horses allow you to swing at creates as you fly by them, then turn around for another pass. You’re not invulnerable, although it feels that way at the time. Horseback also allows you to avoid combats you’re not interested in, another plus. My second character, a mage, had a rough start. Then I discovered the power of area fire damage at higher levels, and burnt through most opponents I met. When I learned two damage multiplying spells could be combined, creatures rarely took more than seconds to fry. Very satisfying, although feels overly powerful at that point. The inventory system has one surprise I only figured out with my second character. I expected weight capacity to limit what I could carry. But I did not expect my inventory to expand and then stop. When carrying lots of items, you can “run out of space”, and the game doesn’t identify it too well. You’ll have 30 pounds of carrying capacity, but can’t pick anything up. Move some weightless items elsewhere and see if you can pick up more – in which case it’s a bug, or a poorly documented limit, depending on your perspective. I played a “traps”/”assassin” specialist next, which I’ve never seen work before. The traps in Two Worlds ramp up at a nice pace, where my traps skill opened up new bombs and trap types as I gained levels and invested points there. I like the holding traps, but explosions are lots of fun. Sneaking is a bit hard, but the damage multiplier from a surprise “death strike” is worth doing. Very different style of play from a combat oriented fighter. The writing/dialog entertained me greatly. The sage who says you’re special, and you reply “Methinks you’ve been in the sun too long” rather than buy into his prediction. Or the gullible merchant’s guild member who asks what powers you gained from being in a secretive monastery of “shaven back monks”. A magazine game review mentioned the lack of non-combat adventuring in this game, which inspired my 4th playing style… a pacifist. Although it required ignoring half the quests, I made good progress completing quests and freezing enemies instead of fighting them. Overall, if you want the latest graphics, it’s too late to pick this game. But if you want novel elements like fighting on horseback, combat through setting traps, and entertaining dialog, this game costs only a fraction of it’s original price and has me playing it longer than most games I’ve owned.Read more

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  3. Ashley

    I’m rating 5 stars because it came on time and in good condition…but I really didn’t care for the game and ended up giving it to my stepdad.Read more

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  4. Nikki

    Just got this today (a fairly swift delivery) The story so far is interesting and the game play is fairly simple. So far this is a really great and fun game. I haven’t played a pc video game for a few years and this has not displeased me.Read more

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  5. Larry Lefavour

    This game sucks. You can’t play this game using a controller so it is worthless to me. I am sorry I bought this game…Read more

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  6. Edith L. Hilton

    this game be ok if i could install it..it says i have uninstall the ageiaXphys version 913.07.25 so the new version 7.05.06 take p;lace.where and what is AGEIAX PHYS?could use help.. ty.J.HRead more

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  7. kindlyronin

    Setup was complex and final game was choppy and clunky. PS: this might have been easily solved had I known what a “proxy server” wasRead more

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  8. Mike

    a little slow on my lap top but game play, cheats etc…. all workRead more

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  9. Bluefox

    A little basic in the genre for the graphic, but still a very good story line with a lot of side problems to solve…Read more

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  10. Luke I. Terpstra

    This game runs great on a factory stock laptop, although I would recommend using Windows 7’s readyboost on a san disk thumb drive. I used a 16gb sandisk micro sd hc memory card, so it boosted my ram a lot. Any ways, I ran it on a Compaq Presario CQ56, it has an AMD V140 2.30 ghz cpu, and 2gb built in RAM. It has a AMD M880G with ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4250 graphics card too. Other than that, if you have better hardware, then you are set for this game. I had endless hour of fun. I actually finished the game really fast, so I had endless time doing the most comical fighting with everybody, I laughed soo much, this game is big enough for loads of after story line ending fun. I attacked guards, villagers, and everytime I found the same weapon on a villager, I stacked it and was made even more stronger than the guards. You’ll be so entertained. This may be a spoiler, but if you want to know, there is a console type feature for the use of cheats like in oblivion, but I only used them after I beat the ending both ways just to have fun. If you are easily entertained by B-movies, or badly rated games that just have found a niche in your heart, this is a game for you. An excellent game, hey if people don’t like it, more for us!Read more

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  11. Inept

    I started playing Two Worlds years after it’s release, with path 1.07 installed, so my experience involved none of the bugs I’ve read about. My style is to enjoy the game rather than worry about following the central plot, so I played 5 different characters through various side quests. As a fighter focused on melee and armor, I had the most fun fighting from horseback. Instead of transportation, horses allow you to swing at creates as you fly by them, then turn around for another pass. You’re not invulnerable, although it feels that way at the time. Horseback also allows you to avoid combats you’re not interested in, another plus. My second character, a mage, had a rough start. Then I discovered the power of area fire damage at higher levels, and burnt through most opponents I met. When I learned two damage multiplying spells could be combined, creatures rarely took more than seconds to fry. Very satisfying, although feels overly powerful at that point. The inventory system has one surprise I only figured out with my second character. I expected weight capacity to limit what I could carry. But I did not expect my inventory to expand and then stop. When carrying lots of items, you can “run out of space”, and the game doesn’t identify it too well. You’ll have 30 pounds of carrying capacity, but can’t pick anything up. Move some weightless items elsewhere and see if you can pick up more – in which case it’s a bug, or a poorly documented limit, depending on your perspective. I played a “traps”/”assassin” specialist next, which I’ve never seen work before. The traps in Two Worlds ramp up at a nice pace, where my traps skill opened up new bombs and trap types as I gained levels and invested points there. I like the holding traps, but explosions are lots of fun. Sneaking is a bit hard, but the damage multiplier from a surprise “death strike” is worth doing. Very different style of play from a combat oriented fighter. The writing/dialog entertained me greatly. The sage who says you’re special, and you reply “Methinks you’ve been in the sun too long” rather than buy into his prediction. Or the gullible merchant’s guild member who asks what powers you gained from being in a secretive monastery of “shaven back monks”. A magazine game review mentioned the lack of non-combat adventuring in this game, which inspired my 4th playing style… a pacifist. Although it required ignoring half the quests, I made good progress completing quests and freezing enemies instead of fighting them. Overall, if you want the latest graphics, it’s too late to pick this game. But if you want novel elements like fighting on horseback, combat through setting traps, and entertaining dialog, this game costs only a fraction of it’s original price and has me playing it longer than most games I’ve owned.Read more

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  12. Ashley

    I’m rating 5 stars because it came on time and in good condition…but I really didn’t care for the game and ended up giving it to my stepdad.Read more

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  13. Nikki

    Just got this today (a fairly swift delivery) The story so far is interesting and the game play is fairly simple. So far this is a really great and fun game. I haven’t played a pc video game for a few years and this has not displeased me.Read more

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  14. Larry Lefavour

    This game sucks. You can’t play this game using a controller so it is worthless to me. I am sorry I bought this game…Read more

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  15. Edith L. Hilton

    this game be ok if i could install it..it says i have uninstall the ageiaXphys version 913.07.25 so the new version 7.05.06 take p;lace.where and what is AGEIAX PHYS?could use help.. ty.J.HRead more

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  16. kindlyronin

    Setup was complex and final game was choppy and clunky. PS: this might have been easily solved had I known what a “proxy server” wasRead more

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  17. Mike

    a little slow on my lap top but game play, cheats etc…. all workRead more

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  18. Bluefox

    A little basic in the genre for the graphic, but still a very good story line with a lot of side problems to solve…Read more

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