Evolution 2: Far Off Promise

Evolution 2: Far Off Promise

released on Jul 29, 2000

Evolution 2: Far Off Promise

released on Jul 29, 2000

Evolution 2: Far Off Promise is a role-playing video game for the Dreamcast console. It is a sequel to Evolution: The World of Sacred Device. It was developed by Sting and published by Ubisoft in North America. In Japan it was published by ESP (Entertainment Software Publishers). Evolution 2 Far Off Promise was also released for the European market in 2002 as one of the last European Dreamcast games. In the UK the game was exclusive to the video game chain Game. Like the first Evolution game, Evolution 2 is a dungeon crawler. Unlike the first, Evolution 2 has both random and predetermined dungeon maps. This game and Evolution: The World of the Sacred Device were remade into Evolution Worlds on the Nintendo GameCube.


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Much improved over the first game.
It picks up exactly where the first game ended.
Much better combat, the graphics are better (but still not as good as the Dreamcast could handle).
It’s just as weird as the first game, but plays better. I actually appreciated the first game more after playing this one, as they interconnect quite nicely. It answers questions unanswered in the first. And does so pretty satisfyingly too.
It’s no Final Fantasy, or Grandia 2, but it’s still a competent rpg worth exploring for yourself.