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DS2: Broken World - Review @ Ferrago

by Dhruin, 2006-08-25 00:47:00
"Broken Indeed" is the tag for Ferrago's review of DS2: Broken World, which sports a score of 59%:
Dungeon Siege II is too big a game with too grand a storyline to ruin in just one sentence, but for the sake of those who've seen it all before and the constraints of space, here's how the story ended: there's this big, bad guy called Valdia, yeah? At the end he gets his ass whooped. That's pretty much it, but everyone knows the good guys always win out in the end. Broken World's plot reveals that defeating Valdia wasn't the end of the madness to unfold on Arriana. His death has only unleashed an unspeakable abomination that has waited a millennium for its freedom, hasn't it? Talk about whoopsie-doo. Obviously there's not going to be much time to party like it's 1999 while groups of Bound Elves, Familiars and all other manner of monster (innocents plagued by evil), are out and about causing havoc. Oh, there's also the small point of dark lord Zeramoth wanting to destroy the world too. And, y'know, since it was really your fault that this all happened in the first place, it's probably only fair that you admit responsibility and set off to sort things out once and for all. Well, perhaps after you've finished your cup of tea and checked the footie results on Teletext. Then it's time to show them who's boss.

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DS2: Broken World

SP/MP: Single-player
Setting: Fantasy
Genre: Hack & Slash
Platform: PC
Release: Released