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You will construct sophisticated cities, raise armies and lead them into
battle, and if that weren't enough, you get to interact with your giant
creature, a sort of virtual pet that can also serve as your enforcer.
There's so much in Black & White 2 that it's amazing it all blends together
like it does. Though, it does go a bit overboard in some areas at times.
Black & White 2 is considered a god game because you play, well, a god.
Specifically, you happen to be god for the Greeks, though that's not to
say that you're a Zeus or a Hera or one from the traditional pantheon.
The setting is in a fantasy world that happens to be occupied by the Greeks,
the Norsemen, the Japanese, and the Aztecs. The Aztecs begin the game by
sacking the Grecian capital, but not before you manage to spirit away a
handful of survivors to a faraway land to begin anew. This story is a huge
improvement over the first game, because it offers a cause to see to the
end, as well as a focused enemy to take down.