Overlord II, sequel to the critically acclaimed cult hit, sees the return of the chaotic Minions and their new Dark Master. Bigger, badder and more beautifully destructive, Overlord 2 has a Glorious Empire to smash, a massive Netherworld to revive, Minion mounts to mobilize, a trio of mistresses to woo, War Machines to crush opposition...
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Release Date: Jun 23, 2009

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Overlord II, sequel to the critically acclaimed cult hit, sees the return of the chaotic Minions and their new Dark Master. Bigger, badder and more beautifully destructive, Overlord 2 has a Glorious Empire to smash, a massive Netherworld to revive, Minion mounts to mobilize, a trio of mistresses to woo, War Machines to crush opposition and lots of cute creatures to, err... murder (and a mini-map)
  • What sort of stuff will I get to kill? Your main source of victims will come from the brave and highly flammable ranks of the Glorious Empire, a sinister regime that gained power after the fall of the previous Overlord. You'll be hacking your way through entire battalions at a time, but to keep the blood on your sword varied we've also thrown a few Yetis, Elves, villagers and annoyingly cute indigenous species into the mix, just to name but a few. Don't say we never do anything for you.
  • I've always wanted to enslave the human race, is this the game for me? You've come to the right place! With the Domination style Overlord humanity, can become your plaything. Village by village, you'll reap the benefits of an unwilling workforce as you drive the Glorious Empire from your lands.
  • I'm more of a "watch the world burn" kind of guy, can I still get my rocks off? We've got your pleasure, sir. With the Destruction style Overlord you can ravage the land like a moody Tsunami; razing cities, forests and Imperial camps to the ground just because they looked at you funny.
  • What can my minions do? Minions are angry little Swiss army knives of pain: They can ride into battle on wolves and other magical creatures, loot the best weapons from stomped enemies, pillage houses for treasure, operate fearsome war machines, infiltrate enemy camps and polish your armour so thoroughly you'll blind passing wildlife.
  • What types of Minions can I rule? This new batch of minions is smarter, faster, deadlier and wittier than the sorry sacks of skin you used to rule. Minions now come in four fantastic flavours: Browns are brutal brawlers that solve their problems with teeth and fists. Reds are the surly artillery who love to play catch, as long as it's with fireballs. Greens are the stealthy assassins. Silent and deadly, like a fart on legs. Blues are no use in a fight but can resurrect fellow Minions who've tried to stop a sword with their face.

System Requirements

    • OS: Windows XP SP2+
    • Processor: Pentium 4 3.0Ghz/Athlon 64bit 3000+
    • Memory: 1GB
    • Graphics: GeForce 6800+/ATI X1600+ with 256MB
    • DirectX®: DirectX 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 5GB
    • Sound: DirectX Compatible Sound Card
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Eranoid
( 37.2 hrs on record )
Posted: May 3
I really loved both games, however in my honest opinion this game is an improved version of the first game
You don't need to know much about the first game to be able to play this one, the only thing you should know is that you're the son of the Overlord you play as in the first one
This game does require a tad more tactics, however it's still fairly easy to complete
The addition that I really like is how you're able to choose between Destruction and Domination instead of just good or evil, of course I chose for Destruction, who wouldn't?

TL;DR if you're going to choose between buying Overlord 1 and 2, get this one
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Baoser97
( 27.8 hrs on record )
Posted: April 28
Awsome game.
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bradleypariah
( 27.3 hrs on record )
Posted: April 24
Awesome game with a frustrating save-point system. No manual saves to be had, and dying leads to doing a lot of (sometimes very frustrating) things over again. It's like Fable... only you're evil whether you like it or not. -and the only interaction you have with citizens is murdering them or brainwashing them. -and you have an army of evil minions that do your bidding. You know what, it's nothing like Fable. You do collect currency and charms to level your character's attributes, upgrade armor & weapons, etc., so it has some RPG elements. It has a great art style, it's charming, and you should play it.
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Asquian
( 20.5 hrs on record )
Posted: April 20
Overlord 2 picks up where raising hell more or less left off, with the Overlad and his rise to take his father's place. While admittedly I'd have preferred spending more time as the young Overlad before he comes into his full measure, the game is a capable sequel with a couple of anti-frustration bells and whistles attached as you once again ravage the landscape and allow your minions to outfit themselves as they see fit.

On a side note, it was nice to see one of my decisions in Overlord was apparently canonical.
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Dylan
( 20.5 hrs on record )
Posted: April 16
It is good and lots of fun but my number one most anoying thing on it is controling the minions.I just dose not work as good has you would hope but its still a beatable game.
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Scoddri
( 4.2 hrs on record )
Posted: April 14
While I loved the first game to death, and found it replayable... I did not play this game previously, and find this sequel to be a flawed, rushed cash grab. This is also a badly ported PS3 title, with a clunky key layout for movement and looking etc. Minions are somehow less intelligent in this sequel than the first, and the level layouts and designs make less logical sense than again, the previous title.

In a sense, it feels like the game is a generic copy with all the POP elements like graphics and explosions and fire to appeal to a mindless audience. Unlike it's predecessor, which had a very nonlinear feel to it; This sequel feels very barred and grindy.

I would not recommend unless you have a fondness for expensive time wasters. A fairly expensive timewaster.
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Aelfrey
( 36.4 hrs on record )
Posted: April 9
Gotta love the humor in this game! I liked it a lot, and it's easy to play as a standalone from the first Overlord game.
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WHAAAAALES
( 4.0 hrs on record )
Posted: April 3
Go out
Kill a giant panda
Come home
♥♥♥♥ three hot women
Go back out
Take over Rome
Kill all the peasants
Come home
Disappointed because I can't get laid again
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krazyadd
( 8.1 hrs on record )
Posted: April 1
I thought that this would be a good game, but after playing it for a bit, it just wasn't appealing. I love a good evil game, but this one grew dull and repetitive, and in the end, I just grew sick of this game.
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Grogix
( 21.6 hrs on record )
Posted: April 1
One of my #1 Games that i played that reminded me of Monty python in fantasy setting...
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An Adult
( 18.1 hrs on record )
Posted: March 28
Not as good as the first one, however I still love it! The world doesnt feel as connected as it did in raising hell, and I dont like how the camera hovers above the overlord instead of how it used to be (behind him). Everything else is great, highly reccomend! Yall need to hurry up and make overlord 3!
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Iиšαиıтч
( 26.5 hrs on record )
Posted: March 23
if you dont own OVERLORD 1 and 2, you are a sad person.... "FOR THE OVERLORD!!!!!"
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dokterschlonz
( 1.7 hrs on record )
Posted: March 20
would be ok if the camera controls weren't so awkward.
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Ham
( 14.0 hrs on record )
Posted: March 4
Vastly superior to the first game in every way, this game is a real evil treat as you send half brainded gremlins out to do your bidding pikmin style, the game has thrown in a real self aware sense of humor as well as new aspects and mechanics that keep gameplay fresh, it still has some area's it could use some significant polish, particularly the cutscenes, a few seemed to suffer from drunk cameramen who fell asleep on the job. Still the game is worth much more actual gameplay time than the first which can get you stuck on an area for hours, there's still a tiny hint of that in Overlord 2 but not so much so that it becomes a problem. If you can catch it on a sale (Halloween is usually a good time) Overlord is well worth your time if you enjoy a bit of slapstick, pikmin, and some crude evil humor.
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_TarooQ_
( 9.4 hrs on record )
Posted: March 4
This game has a unique style, and I recommend it to anybody who just wants to play through a nice story as a an overlord (the bad guy) who ruins peoples lives, destroys towns and ruthlessly slaughtering innocent civillians. (BTW did I forget to mention that you also get to have some private time with 3 ladies in the night? well you do).
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misa0111
( 8.7 hrs on record )
Posted: March 2
Mutch mutch better than ovelord 1. Funny game, and this one has a story
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Awesomo 2000
( 15.9 hrs on record )
Posted: March 1
If you are old fashioned Canadian, this game is for you. You can club to death baby seals.
If you hate hippies, also a good choice. Elves in this game are hippie, PETA ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥s and you can chop them to pieces.
Also minions get new cuddly mounts like giant spider and wolves. Plus your dark tower is more complex.
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Riki100%
( 19.0 hrs on record )
Posted: February 28
If you want to rule other people and do whatever you want, this will be the best game for you.
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Massiah Jones
( 10.2 hrs on record )
Posted: February 28
What starts with an interesting concept and great design work is completely ruined by terrible controls and some of the worst writing I've read.

If you like clunky controls and jokes about obese terrible people then this is the game for you, but honestly it's just too long and not good enough.

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Wrath
( 1.8 hrs on record )
Posted: February 27
This game has a lot to offer it has a great character,puzzles,combat,and those minions are just great.The feeling of having control over idiots who worship you as their master is amazing.
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Most Helpful Reviews  In the past 30 days
2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
36.4 hrs on record
Posted: April 9
Gotta love the humor in this game! I liked it a lot, and it's easy to play as a standalone from the first Overlord game.
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Most Helpful Reviews  In the past 90 days
5 of 6 people (83%) found this review helpful
Recommended
2.2 hrs on record
Posted: February 6
This game is the one of the few gems that come around once in a lifetime. Very few franchises can keep their good points on the same level and yet they've made it better.

Overlord 1 was amazing due to its uncaring option of extreme brutality, or the option of a slightly less brutal. Not only has that feeling been forged anew but it has been made in the dimetrium forge.

10/10 would club seals again.
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
9.4 hrs on record
Posted: March 4
This game has a unique style, and I recommend it to anybody who just wants to play through a nice story as a an overlord (the bad guy) who ruins peoples lives, destroys towns and ruthlessly slaughtering innocent civillians. (BTW did I forget to mention that you also get to have some private time with 3 ladies in the night? well you do).
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2 of 3 people (67%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
Recommended
4.0 hrs on record
Posted: April 3
Go out
Kill a giant panda
Come home
♥♥♥♥ three hot women
Go back out
Take over Rome
Kill all the peasants
Come home
Disappointed because I can't get laid again
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4 of 7 people (57%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
Recommended
18.0 hrs on record
Posted: February 16
Its awesome because reasons


REASONS MOTHER FCKER
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Most Helpful Reviews  In the past 180 days
17 of 17 people (100%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
17.7 hrs on record
Posted: December 12, 2015
More of the same from Overlord 1, with some improvements, not enough improvements. The good stuff is still here, and the bad stuff is mostly still here.

The good stuff:

- Funny and fun game! The cheerful villainy of Overlord 1 is still here, with plenty of cheeky British humour and a parody of Tolkien tropes.

- Controlling your minions is as fun as ever. They are a lively bunch, scooping over their targets in a frenzy, picking up helmets and swords and what not for their own use. Their delight in evil is hilarious and strangely endearing.

- The four types of minions have different abilities, strengths and weaknesses. Acquiring each type is a quest in itself, and then you get to utilise them in various combat puzzles during the rest of the game.

- If it's your thing (it's not my thing) you can customise your evil base, invest in different buffs and level up your gear and your minions. There's a whole metagame in there.

- The story never takes itself too seriously, and the whole thing has a light, fun feel to it.

- It's an open world, and you can switch between quests at your leisure, there's no linearity.

- I'm glad there's now a minimap - Overlord 1 didn't have one and it was pain to navigate sometimes. Much better here.

The bad stuff:

- The minions might be fast and nimble, but your player character (the Overlord) is as slow and lumbering as he was in OL1. I get that it's supposed to be this way - you're the heavy tank and they're the quick little rogues - but your slowness is really tedious when much of your play time is spent slowly tromping from point to point. Yes there are portals, but not often enough.

- Controls can be rather fiddly. You're trying to manage 4 different minion groups, setting waypoints, moving them around, while also moving yourself and fighting with your own weapons and spells.

- I haven't finished the game. At least not as of this review. Maybe because I played OL1 and started this right away, but I got rather bored at some point. And the slow movement pace really doesn't help.

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Overall, this gets a big recommendation from me. I suggest you start with playing Overlord 1: Raising Hell, then take a break, then start with Overlord 2.
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7 of 7 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
22.0 hrs on record
Posted: January 11
Overlord's a pretty unique game. You play as an evil Overlord who commands a small army of goblin-like minions to do his dirty work for him. At the outset, you'll be able to keep 15 under your control at a time, and that number will rise as you move forward in the story. There's something viscerally satisfying watching your minions wreak havoc on an enemy town - the little guys gleefully destroying everything in sight while the occupants run around in terror, many of them with a minion or two clinging to their backs and clubbing them to death. Mayhem and chaos ensues and it's entertaining to watch, and you can wade into the fray and knock things around with a huge axe if you don't feel like sitting on the sidelines.

If it sounds too dark, don't worry - the game has a great morbid sense of humor and doesn't try to play it straight, so it's never depressing or disturbing. The game pokes fun at fantasy conventions too - early on you make enemies of the elves, who are literal tree-hugging hippies who are pretty upset that you've been clubbing baby seals to death to harvest life force for your growing army. The primary villians are a Roman-style Empire, who are rounding up and killing magic beings (like you and your minions), and the story takes jabs at ancient Rome sterotypes. Your senior minion advisor also narrates things for you, and the detest he expresses for the more beautiful side of fantasy settings is pretty hilarious.

The game plays well, but there are problems with the controls. Later on, combat demands precise control over your minions, and the game doesn't really do that well enough. It leads to some frustrating moments where you're fumbling around trying to give the right orders to your minions, while your enemies are picking them off - giving you a taste of the confusion you normally cause. Some of the genre's typical sins come here too - there's a couple of clunky vehicle sequences, and at least one forced stealth section. To the game's credit, these segments aren't nearly as infuriating as you'd expect, but they still felt unnecessary and weren't very fun.

Overall it's a fun game, and I recommend it despite its shortcomings - especially to players who enjoy "summoner" type characters in other action RPGs (such as Diablo), or those who are looking for something different in the genre.
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
21.5 hrs on record
Posted: January 26
S great concept and a fun game. Very limited so dont expect too much depth or much longevity even if, like me, you try and squeeze every last drop of entertainment out of it because you like the concept so much. It has a very quirky style and some progression which makes you feel like your doing a little more than reading a script. But it is so very linear that even some clever game design cannot really hide it.

There is no open world and the way the progression is limited within the context of the game can be obvious enough to be annoying.

However, its on sale a lot and while I wouldnt pay full price. For the low price I paid it was worth it.

I like the game for its humour and quirkiness but it could have been so very much more. What I would have liked to see would have been the following:

Open world
Better development of the tower less tied into obvious story markers.
Remove every trace of being a linear progression.
Less puzzle solving, more battle.
More depth in the management of captured towns and cities with the effort making it harder or easier to defend.
All round depth.

Getting a thumbs up because it is well worth buying..
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
16.1 hrs on record
Posted: December 20, 2015
Overlord II

Yeah, its pretty sweet. It improves on just about everything that the original lacked or did not have and it added a bunch of its own elements, a good example is when you get to play as a minion.... or the times that you get to drive a freak'in boat like a pirate. (It did degrade on the magic for some reason, tho as much as I hate it, its not bad) The Spire Thing that you live in has alos been upscaled, there is alot more to do in the tower say... revive your favorite fallen minions (yes there is even that and they all have their own names).

Multiplayer: There is none anymore (which I dont care for really much anyway)

8/10 overall, and if I was a ♥♥♥♥♥ I would have givin it a 7.6.
Good game, worth your time.
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5 of 8 people (63%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
0.9 hrs on record
Posted: January 24
I like to see the minions fight.
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5 of 10 people (50%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
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149 of 163 people (91%) found this review helpful
116 people found this review funny
Recommended
13.3 hrs on record
Posted: January 2, 2015
Do I recommend this game?

Let me put it to you this way...
Within the first hour of playing, I:

-Ruined a winter celebration
-Terrorized children
-Operated seige weaponry
-Freed a yeti
-Became an evil overlord
-Clubbed baby seals
-Enraged a free yeti
-Beat up elf hippies
-Took control of innocent villagers by controlling their minds

Tell me, do I recommend this game?

10/10 would evil again!
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140 of 152 people (92%) found this review helpful
Recommended
3.1 hrs on record
Posted: December 1, 2013
This game is quite flawed, walk into it knowing that.

The first thing I did (as I do with most games) is open whatever configuration options the game makes available, and unfortunately for us, the graphics options leave much to be desired. The configuration screen seems more to set your resolution and generic quality dropboxes than tweak the game to work on your system. Thankfully, most PCs should be able to run this fine (I run it at a native 1366x768 at High on a laptop released two or so years ago) and it looks quite nice.

This is also a game you must play with attention paid to the story. The game has excellent writing and a sense of humour that gets me every time. Heck, the tutorial teaches you how to play by telling you to ruin this world's version of Christmas, and then the main game encourages you to go seal clubbing. The great writing often carries the game through rougher bits, like the odd graphical glitches that can cause a minion's eyes to momentarily dislodge from its body or the wonky minion AI that compels my Reds to walk up and punch the vicious hunter. But playing as many glitchy, underpolished games as I have rather immunizes me to these kinds of things so I can look past them and still find the plethora of fun.

Many improvements have been made over the first. For instance, the player is now a dangerous force in combat, spells are much more useful, and minions are less inclined to drown themselves. Minor nigglings like the amount of effort needed to craft weapons have been addressed, and minions have much more personality now. In fact, you can even choose to have certain favourites come back from death, and you ca track the title and level of each throughout the course of the game. It makes equipping certain minions less of gamble because you don't lose the fancy gladius when Beezer the Seal Slayer gets mauled out in the field.

Overall, Overlord II is a game you need to adjust your expectations for. It's not the most complicated game (puzzles are often just assigning certain minions to a task) and the combat often devolves to chucking brown minions at anything that so much as breathes but it's the heart the game wears on its sleeve that makes it a worthwhile purchase. And at an impulse-friendly $10, it's not really that big of a ounch to the pocketbook if you walk away feeling unfulfilled with the game's antics.
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96 of 98 people (98%) found this review helpful
Recommended
61.0 hrs on record
Posted: April 22, 2014
This is a much bigger game that the original Overlord. Here you command war machines and ships. The areas are more detailed and offer more adventure. Also, your minnions can gain "mounts" to ride into battle. Brown, Green, and Red each get a unique mount. The is plenty of enjoyable fun. Some areas are better than others but I'm sure that will be a personal feeling for each player. I enjoyed the greatly expanded world. New play mechanics like "minnion possession" are really fun. The Overlord series is about enjoying yourself and ravaging the world with your minnion hordes. The ability to choose and combine 4 different types of minnions means every battle can be replayed countless times. I really liked these light-hearted Overlord games that always provide new challenges and keep player enjoyment foremost during the entire game. Replay for Overlord 2 is very high and honestly fun. This series is a big sleeper that many people missed but thanks to Steam you can enjoy the experience.

I rate Overlord 2 and 8 out of 10.
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101 of 119 people (85%) found this review helpful
77 people found this review funny
Recommended
21.8 hrs on record
Posted: May 20, 2015
So i get to be a supreme evil ruler, sleep with hot nordic women and command an army of funny sounding goblins, sounds like heaven... well hell but you get my point
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97 of 117 people (83%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
Recommended
52.6 hrs on record
Posted: June 6, 2014
Two minutes into the game, kid Overlord beats ♥♥♥♥♥♥ kids up with a stick, blows up their ice fortress with obscenely huge bottle rockets, and steals their clothes for tone-deaf minions. Plan to ruin Christmas celebration with more bottle rockets when Glorious Roman Ripoff Empire starts launching stones. Skinny monocled ♥♥♥♥♥♥ demands a magic user be sacrificed. Peasant throws kid Overlord over the wall. Kid get more minions, beats up soldiers with a stick, and steals their catapault. More soldiers die, things get flattened, fun times had, aim sucks. Minions mount wolves, more soldiers die.

Free random giant cyclops yeti thing. Yeti breaks random ice lake. Yeti and kid get frozen.

You know, normal kid stuff.
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120 of 156 people (77%) found this review helpful
96 people found this review funny
Recommended
7.7 hrs on record
Posted: November 8, 2014
Sauron simulator?? Hell YES!!
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56 of 61 people (92%) found this review helpful
Recommended
19.0 hrs on record
Posted: October 20, 2014
Score: 8/10

The original Overlord game was essentially a cult classic and I gladly consider myself one of those that absolutely loved it. I actually prefer how the original game handled some of the aspects such as armor/weapon upgrades. The upgrade options make more sense, but I felt you had to grind for money way to often and just ended up almost skipping it entirely.

The addition of mounts for your minions was actually amazing and probably the main thing that sets this game above the original. My main complaint with the game is honestly it just doesn't feel like it is as fleshed out as it could have been when it comes to things like controling the towns. I loved putting down a revolt, but since it only happens once per town it isn't even really a spoiler. The mistresses are handled the way they should be.

The magic felt weak for some reason to me. The spells help and all, but I never really felt like an all poweful cast sacrifcing minions for personal gain. I enjoyed the idea of minion level up system and bringing back high levels from the dead, but to be honest I never used it.

The game still has the same minion types as the original which is very balanced still. The tactics of killing commanders and using catepults was very enjoyable. The ability to mind control a minion and lead an assault or stealth mission was great. The games dark humor is always enjoyable. It still seems to have choices which are essentially evil vs chaos evil.

The main thing that I wish it had more of was funny bosses like Melvin Underbelly from the original. I did als find it strange that blues never got a mount when I kept thinking they would get a frog or a slug mount. Overall the humor and variety of gameplay make it a neat nitch market title.
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64 of 79 people (81%) found this review helpful
Recommended
31.7 hrs on record
Posted: August 1, 2014
Being a evil lord controlling evil minions to do your every bidding and destroying innocent creatures to build your evil nether kingdom, is priceless....
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37 of 38 people (97%) found this review helpful
6 people found this review funny
Recommended
12.2 hrs on record
Posted: September 22, 2015
Improved visuals, improved customizations and more interactive elements than just turning levers.

I loved the addition of mounts for the brown, red and green minions but the blues didn't get a mount for some reason.

One notable addition was the singing or caroling of the minions in a few occasions. I wish the game had more of these moments where the minions could hum marching tunes or random music to add an extra level of immersion to the game.

You can revive lost minions but at a cost. I really liked this featured b/c reviving your minion that is wearing a peacock feathered helmet must always be part of any regal and feared minion formation.

Only complaint I have with this one and it's predecessor is that the overlord walks too slow for me. I wish there was a way to improve its walking/running speed with either spells or equipment.

Overall the game is solid and fun.
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