Drakengard 2 

Jun 16, 2005
Drakengard 2

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Drakengard 2 

Jun 16, 2005

Drakengard 2 is a direct sequel to the original Drakengard: the story revolves around Nowe, a boy raised by the dragon Legna, fighting against a tyrannical faction of Knights, encountering characters from the previous game and becoming entangled in the fate of the world. Like the original, Drakengard 2 combines on-foot hack and slash with aerial combat stages and RPG game mechanics. The previous game's producer, writer and character designer returned to their respective roles. The game was designed as a more mainstream game in light of the previous game's dark aesthetic and story. The game sold 206,000 copies by the end of 2005. Western reviews praised the story, but gave mixed opinions about the graphics and widely criticized the gameplay.


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Frustrante, quebrado, chato, sem inspiração alguma. O gameplay é melhor que o do primeiro, porém, continua uma merda, as sessões com o dragão são péssimas. O plot é genérico e seus personagens rasos e sem personalidade, juro que tentei, mas não da pra terminar isso.

Reviewed on Aug 04, 2020

1

gamers out there really thinking this is better than drakengard 3....oh honey, i'm so sorry

Reviewed on May 22, 2020

1

Sei lá, opiniões bem mistas nesse aqui. A gameplay é a melhor da franquia mesmo eu sentindo falta de andar em um bom dragão. A história e o fator art game foi massacrado nesse aqui, especialmente pelo Yoko Taro não estar participando da direção. Pelo menos a trilha é bem legal e tem uns fanservice massa para quem jogou o Drakengard 1. Se já finalizou tudo do Yoko Taro e quiser mais Nier, isso pode ser algo que cumpre um pouco. Só peço que drope depois do Final A, o resto não vale a pena e é melhor você ver no YouTube.

Reviewed on Apr 24, 2020

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complete and utter dogshit. yoko taro had 0 input with this game, and it shows. the story is leagues less interesting, gameplay is tedious and robs you of the fun of riding a dragon, and all the new characters are flat dullards. it's not weird enough to deserve the drakengard name, this is just a generic hack 'n' slash with a frustratingly insipid plot.

Reviewed on Apr 14, 2020

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