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Data wydania: 30 Lip, 2012

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Recenzje

IGN: 9/10 - Editors Choice - "A qualified triumph for veterans of the first game and newcomers alike."

Gamespy: 4.5/5 - Editors Choice - "Just as a good sequel should be, Orcs Must Die! 2 is everything I love about the original and more: great art and personality, clever puzzles and green meat-grinding traps, and now with the added bonus of easy-to-use, Steam-powered co-op."

Destructoid: 9.0 - "A year ago, I couldn’t imagine another game mixing tower defense and third-person action as well as Orcs Must Die! Clearly, I was wrong."

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Unlock 10 co-op classic levels in Orcs Must Die! 2 by purchasing the original Orcs Must Die! on Steam!

O tej grze

Tysiące orków zostało już spalonych, posiekanych lub wystrzelonych w powietrze, ale teraz musi ich zginąć więcej niż kiedykolwiek przedtem! W kontynuacji dzieła Robot Entertainment wybranego przez AIAS Strategiczną Grą Roku 2011 przyjdzie ci zabić nieprzebrane rzesze orków do spółki z przyjacielem.

Wciel się w potężnego Maga Bitewnego albo przebiegłą Czarodziejkę. Broń nowych twierdz i krasnoludzkich kopalni przy pomocy obszernego arsenału broni, zaklęć, strażników, pułapek i artefaktów, kładąc pokotem tysiące orków i innych bestii. Wspólnie z przyjacielem możesz zmierzyć się z nową kampanią lub walczyć o przetrwanie w trybie nieskończonym!

Odblokuj zupełnie nowe oraz stare i sprawdzone środki obronne, ulepsz je, a następnie wykorzystaj przeciwko najbliższej grupie obleśnych orków!

Główne cechy:

  • Tryb współpracy! – Możesz grać jako Mag Bitewny, potężny bohater bez wahania rzucający się w wir walki, lub Czarodziejka, strateg odpierający orków przy użyciu magii i kontroli umysłu.
  • Kampania fabularna – Poznaj dalsze losy bohaterów w nowej, fabularnej kampanii, z którą możesz zmierzyć się samotnie lub w trybie współpracy!
  • Nowy tryb nieskończony – Samotnie lub wraz z przyjacielem sprawdź swoje umiejętności w starciu z niekończącymi się falami coraz silniejszych przeciwników.
  • Tryb klasyczny – Użytkownicy Steam, którzy posiadają pierwszą część Orcs Must Die!, automatycznie otrzymają dostęp do specjalnych wersji 10 klasycznych map przeznaczonych do gry w trybie współpracy i wzbogaconych o nowych przeciwników!
  • Ponad 20 śmiertelnie groźnych wrogów – Zmierz się z hordami nowych wrogów, takich jak trolle, żywiołaki ziemi i jadowite nietoperze, oraz z ulubionymi ofiarami z pierwszej części gry!
  • Ponad 50 pułapek, strażników i rodzajów broni – Do dyspozycji otrzymasz pokaźny arsenał nowych i klasycznych mechanizmów obronnych, w tym zupełnie nowy zestaw magicznych artefaktów.
  • Rozbudowany system ulepszeń – Na odblokowanie czeka ponad 225 trwałych ulepszeń pułapek i broni, dzięki którym dostosujesz zawartość swojego arsenału do własnego stylu rzezi.
  • Wysoka grywalność – Kilka trybów rozgrywki, koszmarny poziom trudności i rozbudowany system rankingowy czaszek zapewniają wiele godzin rozrywki.
  • System punktacji i rankingi – Rywalizuj ze znajomymi o miejsce w rankingach dla gry wspólnej i solowej!

Wymagania systemowe

    Minimum:
    • OS:Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7
    • Processor:2GHz Dual Core
    • Memory:2 GB RAM
    • Graphics:NVIDIA GeForce 6800 or ATI Radeon x1950 or better with 256MB VRAM
    • DirectX®:9.0c
    • Hard Drive:9 GB HD space
    • Additional:Broadband Internet connection recommended for co-op play.
    Recommended:
    • Other Requirements:Broadband Internet connection
    • Additional:Broadband Internet connection recommended for co-op play.
Pomocne recenzje klientów
9 z 9 osób (100%) uważa, że ta recenzja jest pomocna
Według 1 osoby ta recenzja jest zabawna
20.2 godz. łącznie
Zamieszczono: 6 września, 2015
"Czy jest coś do czego nie pasują wielkie, ostre, wirujące ostrza - moim zdaniem nie... "
Czy ta recenzja była pomocna? Tak Nie Zabawna
1 z 1 osób (100%) uważa, że ta recenzja jest pomocna
9.5 godz. łącznie
Zamieszczono: 8 stycznia
Fajna gra ;)
Czy ta recenzja była pomocna? Tak Nie Zabawna
1 z 2 osób (50%) uważa, że ta recenzja jest pomocna
Według 1 osoby ta recenzja jest zabawna
22.8 godz. łącznie
Zamieszczono: 12 grudnia, 2015
Przed nami kolejna część mordowania orków w jeszcze lepszej osłonie z nowymi przeciwnikami pułapkami i postaciami
+Nowi przeciwnicy
+Nowe pułapki
+zmodyfikowany system ulepszania przedmiotów
+możliwość grania dwoma postaciami
+więcej strojów dla postaci
+nowe tryby i poziomy gry
+(Duży) można teraz dzielić się soczystą porcją destrukcji z przyjaciółmi na coopie
-Brak
jeszcze lepsza niż jedynka tu również 10/10 a szkoda że tylko tyle bo dałbym więcej :)
Czy ta recenzja była pomocna? Tak Nie Zabawna
111 z 126 osób (88%) uważa, że ta recenzja jest pomocna
Według 6 osób ta recenzja jest zabawna
29.1 godz. łącznie
Zamieszczono: 24 października, 2015
Orcs Must Die! 2 is the follow up to Orcs Must Die 1, and is a third person tower defence game, developed by Robot Entertainment. The game was released on PC July 2012.

The main difference with Orcs Must Die 2 is the addition of co-op gameplay. Everything else is virtually the same. You play either as a War Mage or sorceress in the story mode. You have to defend at one or more rifts which open at the start of the level. Each level has a varying amount of waves of enemies continuously spawning in order to reach said rift. Your aim is to stop them by building traps whilst also using your own character to kill them as well. Before each level you choose your load out of traps that you want to use. You start out by only being able to take 4 or 5, but work your way up to being able to take 10 traps on a stage with you. Before jumping into each level too, you can upgrade your traps to do more damage, have a lower cool down time, or some other ability such as slowing the enemy if they are hit by it for example. You'll notice from the very beginning that there are a few traps that you'll always want to take with you, such as the slowing trap - but included in your loadout, is your characters weapon, so you have to choose carefully.

You are given an infinite amount of time to build your traps at the start of each level, and you are also given a healthy amount of time between waves to allow you to build more. You are granted extra coins after each wave, and for killing enemies, and you use these coins to purchase more traps. Whilst you can also place traps when enemies are spawning, this isn't always a good idea as your main focus should be on killing enemies then. A large portion of this game is actually you spamming your left mouse button using your main weapon, whilst you aren't able to destroy everything with this weapon; it is more used as filler for your time as most of the damage will come from the traps. There is a huge variety of traps as well, and you probably won't even use them all even by the end of the game, leaving you plenty of chances to experiment.

The graphics in Orcs Must Die 2 are really nice. They are in the cartoon style that many of us really enjoy, but they aren't so childish that they can't portray the maturity of the title. There are some really nice special effects, such as the lava and ice traps, they all look marvellous. Everything is perfectly animated too, whilst a lot of the enemies are copy/pasted, that is to be expected from a game of this type.

Orcs Must Die 2 has a very catchy sound track too; the song is played constantly and it will be driven into your head and you'll be whistling it without realising it. Other than the soundtrack, the rest of the game's audio is brilliant too. The game is narrated in the cut scenes by the male character; it would have been nice to get voice acting on the female though.

This game has varying levels of difficulty, the regular easy, medium and hard mode. You only unlock hard mode after you have beaten the game. There is one other form of difficulty, and that is endless mode. This will pit you against an endless stream of enemies, meaning you have to constantly upgrade your traps and the enemies will not stop until they either kill you or destroy your rift. This mode will really test your metal but is extremely fun to play in. Most players should really be playing this game on the Medium skill level, the easy mode is too easy and will not really offer any challenge to any tower defence veteran.

All of the levels in Orcs Must Die 2 are so well designed; I cannot find any faults with them at all. The early stages of the game are a tutorial stage really, allowing you to test out your traps to work out how they are best used, so the levels are pretty simple, but once you reach the end levels, you'll really be putting your trap building skills to the test, as you have to defend multiple rifts from multiple entry points of enemies. Some of the bigger levels offer a bit of support in getting around quickly in the form of teleporters, these will teleport you to the other side of the map once stepping in them.

I have been playing Orcs Must Die 2 for almost thirty hours, this is because there is absolutely tons of content in this game, not only is the single player story mode eight hours of gameplay, you also have the added replay ability of playing the story again as the other hero (with different skills and abilities), and then you also can replay the whole game again on co-op which adds a whole another level of content as the enemies are all scaled up to match you and your friend - and finally, we have the endless mode, this is the part of the game that I have spent the majority of my time and I am absolutely hooked on it. As you play the story mode, once you reach the final waves of a level, you'll often feel like you wish you could carry on and see how far you get, you can do that in endless mode; you just keep building traps, and facing more and more enemies as they just keep coming. This mode alone has given me about fifteen hours of gameplay.

Orcs Must Die 2 can be played on all resolutions. I played on 4k with everything on max settings and was able to get 60 FPS constantly. I did however have a few crashes, this mainly happened when you minimize the game too many times, and it gives you a message something regarding DirectX. Although this was annoying, I only had it when minimizing and not whilst in the midst of gameplay. The game can be played with a controller, but as it has elements of aiming with a crosshairs, the game is highly recommended to be played with a keyboard/mouse - it just works so much better on them.

This game is an absolute must play for any tower defence fan, if you had any sort of enjoyment out of the first, you'll get more of the same out of this, and the added edition of co-op makes it even more appealing to a wider audience. Not to mention the hours and hours of content on offer in this game. The regular price tag of £10, 99 is fairly marked and should be considered a must play for me.

Tom's Score Card
1) Stay away
2) Not Recommended
3) Only recommended when on sale
4) Recommended
5) Highly recommended
6) This is a must play

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Czy ta recenzja była pomocna? Tak Nie Zabawna
41 z 45 osób (91%) uważa, że ta recenzja jest pomocna
Według 3 osób ta recenzja jest zabawna
7.7 godz. łącznie
Zamieszczono: 18 sierpnia, 2015
Fast-paced & addictive // Recommended for a killer co-op team

+ Co-operative play is available, a feature that adds tremendously to the experience
+ Plentiful available upgrades; can make a hefty difference in play-style
+ Massive variety of usable, upgradeable traps; adds a lot of depth to the game
+ Myriad weapons and trinkets; used to customize loadout before combat
+ Includes an 'endless mode;' basically a wave feature, though it works so well with the game that it adds significantly to its replayability
+ Well-planned traps can net some very satisfying combo-kills; results in many memorable moments
+ Range markers make it easy to coordinate kill zones and trap combinations
+ Movement and shooting mechanics are simple and polished
+ Visuals, though unimpressive graphically, complement art design adequately
+ Campy voice-acting and audio design (though certainly not my cup of tea, personally) admittedly add to the game's theme and atmosphere

- Plot is barebones, and little is done to reinforce or advance it; seems intentionally placed on the back-burner, so this observation may ultimately have little weight on the player's experience
- No automatic match-making for co-op
- Only 2 playable characters

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