Stick RPG 2: Director's Cut is an expanded version of the flash game many of us have played. These types of flash games with collection quests, stat management, and simplistic combat are common on free game sites. It does seem as if the game has been fleshed out a bit, and more can be completed than in your standard flash game, but I don't believe enough has been added to justify the hefty price tag.
Gameplay is split into two major types. In the first, you run around the map, work for money, build your skills, and complete fetch quests. The second is combat, which is a top-down battle arena where you can switch weapons and attack by clicking. Niether is particularly deep or nuanced.
Graphics are the same that have been seen before in countless flash games. Nothing noteworthy. All characters are stick people.
The sounds consists of a constant background song, and some sound effects when you perform a task or fight. Very basic.
The writing is good enough to keep you interested for a bit, but there seem to be only a handful of quests to complete in the entire game. Gameplay is stretched out by the outrageous amounts of money or stats needed to obtain items. It would take hours and hours of mindless running back and forth and clicking to obtain some of the pricier items which are needed to continue quests.
Overall I cannot recommend Stick RPG 2. The game length is padded out by the ridiculous stat or money cost of some of the necessary quest items, which just hides the fact that there is not much to do in this game. Maybe it deserves a small price tag for the fact that it is a little longer than some of the free flash games, but it is nowhere near worth $20. Even if it was closer to the $5 range, I'd have a hard time recommending it because there is just not that much to do in it.