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Eurogamer loves Two Worlds

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Eurogamer loves Two Worlds

Editorial - posted by VentilatorOfDoom on Wed 15 December 2010, 11:16:04

Tags: Reality Pump Studios; Two Worlds

Eurogamer raise a plea in favor of Reality Pump's Two Worlds.


Two Worlds features a marvellous mechanic which means that if you find a duplicate of an item, you can combine it with the original to create an enhanced version with beefier characteristics.
Any single item can be stacked 20 times. At this point you've got something which is more effective than the original blueprint by an impressive order of magnitude.
It feels strange to say a game feels worthy because of a single element like this but it turns loot-hunting into an overriding obsession. It becomes a kind of cat-and-mouse game which has you constantly foraging for new and better gear but, perversely, almost hoping you don't find it, because you've spent several levels powering up a single item via the stacking process.
Sounds marvellous.
Spotted at: RPGWatch

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