That's the "charm" of the game. It's so terrible you play it through. I beat it, and honestly when I was finished I ended up replaying it and buying the sequel. It's very odd, but the second one is enjoyable and better. It's one of those games you need to look past its immense flaws to see the beauty of it all.
mmmm... I see. Well even so, why did it warrant an 'xbox 360' sequel? Surely with such bad performance problems, they would stick to the PC? I've heard Two Worlds II isn't all that better performance wise.
I'm still playing through it, there are times I want to just flat out stop playing and slap the person who found it acceptable. But I'm kind of enjoying it all the same, it's strange...Defy_The_Fallen
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Honestly......I'd wait and save yourself some money. I got insane edition on DoR and was very disappointed. Making maps is limited, you can no longer host your own lobbies to get yours and or your friends maps into circulation and the main multiplayer is broken imo. Takes ages to find games and when you do it isn't all that impressive. Campaign IS amazing, but can you justify spending that amount on a game just for a single player experience which will only last around 40hrs or so? (And yes I did all side quests etc before anybody starts hating on me)RabanthaI took your advice and Gamefly'd it first. Thank you for the most honest non-hype opinion :)
Don't expect a lot of side quests. There are some in the game, but they are few . Mindless exploration and collectables...you will get a lot of that :wink: (plus the collectables are marked on the map so all the better) Now that's something I can get into ;) collectibles are always an enjoyment to get in most games. So judging from all this I'm definitely picking it up after work. Thanks everyone :)
[QUOTE="AP3Xoblivion"]Good, the longer the better. I'm always a fan of side quests and mindless exploration, hence my love of Bethesda games.Soulreavercross