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Two Worlds peakings at Armchair Empire

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Two Worlds peakings at Armchair Empire

Preview - posted by Saint_Proverbius on Mon 13 March 2006, 18:33:50

Tags: Two Worlds

There's a preview of Two Worlds over at Armchair Empire. It's pretty brief, but covers some of the core aspects of Zuxxez's action CRPG with automated sword swinging(Ummm.. Yeah) for the PC and XBox(Yeah, another one). Here's a little bit on choices:

Some people like to do the right thing, and bring as much happiness as they can to as many people as possible. Others like to push buttons, and flirt with dark intentions. It’s just the way the world is, and has been for thousands of years. The world of videogames, has been playing around with ethics for years now, often times giving players the chance to carve out their own fate. Now it's Zuxxez and Reality Pump that plan to bombard gamers with moral dilemmas in their upcoming RPG, Two Worlds for the PC and Xbox 360, which will not only determine the morality of gamers' alter ego, but also the direction that the game goes in.​
The problem is that often times games that claim to be giving players choices that affect the game world often have little to no affect at all on that game world.

Spotted at: Blue's News

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