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Stephen Meyerink
Two Worlds II Now Available
Fun with acronyms: TW^2? 2W2? 2(W*W)? sqrt(2W^4)?
01.25.11 - 2:18 AM

Two Worlds II, developed by Reality Pump, is now available to gamers in the United States. Available since last November in Europe (and having already sold 1.5 million copies), the game gave the development team a chance to fix many of the flaws from the original game, which was was critically panned as a result of a rushed development cycle. This new sequel offers an improved framerate, 6-player cooperative play, and a substantially improved presentation. Check it out today and see if this series was worth the second go-around! The game will be available on the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC, with the PC version retailing for $49.99 USD and the console versions running the standard $59.99 USD. Exceptionally avid fans can also get their hands on the Royal Edition, available exclusively from Amazon and Gamestop.

The Royal treatment includes a bonus DVD (featuring music, concept art, wallpapers, and a documentary), a poster featuring the game's world map, a special edition Dragon Queen statuette, unlockable bonus weapons and armor in the game, an art book, limited edition collectibles, and a deck of Two Worlds II playing cards, running a cool $99.99 USD. Collectors should be aware, however, that only 5000 Royal Editions will be available in North America, so if you're interested, pick it up soon, lest you be disappointed!


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