Two Worlds Expansion Details Trickle In

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Posted on December 21, 2007, Stephany Two Worlds Expansion Details Trickle In

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Here is some wonderful, long-awaited news that will have the multitudes dancing in revelry down the streets around the world: Two Worlds is becoming even more interactive with its latest expansion! Now, before you start to scoff at my initial sarcasm filled post introduction, please note that I was already well aware of the recent news surrounding the “highly anticipated” expansion to this “well received” Oblivion wannabe unfortunately titled “The Temptation”. That is not what I am reporting on here, but instead, I am providing you with new details on the gameplay features that will enable players to influence his/her environment even more. Your character will soon be able to use barrels, chests, and other items to defeat your vast number of enemies, as well as reach higher ground because *gasp!* there will be ladders available in The Temptation.

Supposedly, once you climb these ladders, you will be able to ogle the new landscapes that will be included within the expansion, two of which will be the Jungle and the Savannah. Inside these new environments lurk creatures such as baboons, leopards, panthers, and rhinos peering out at you from the catci, lianas, and mangroves. Anything to make this game more interesting and less painful should be a plus.

Granted, not very many people were very thrilled with Two Worlds. Not only did it seem to be an utter rush job with sub-par control schemes, but it was obvious what they were trying to do and that was cash in on the Oblivion craze. Yes, some of you may like Two Worlds, but for the rest of us, we were hoping for more. Nevertheless, I hope that when The Temptation is released in the early half of 2008, it adds some much needed “meat and potatoes” for gamers who are naive enough to enjoy this mess of a game.

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