The heroes are back! This is the direct sequel to the 16-bit style RPG hit "Vagrant Hearts"! Find out what happens to Scarllet and her friends in this exciting adventure full of twists and epicness.
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Positive (5 reviews) - 80% of the 5 user reviews for this game are positive.
Release Date: May 20, 2015

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Published by Aldorlea Games (Millennium, Moonchild, Asguaard etc.) and developed by Warfare Studios (Valiant), this game is the direct sequel to Vagrant Hearts.

Azulel can once again enjoy a peaceful era, after Valmor was defeated the Brotherhood has restored it's reputation and the Kingdom has never been so praised. However, difficult times are approaching in lands not too far away... Weeks after disappearing Scarllet and Wyatt are found in Dark Azulel, a land forgotten by the government, separated islands governed by no one. A mysterious and dangerous sect called Black Scepters are pursuing Scarllet for unknown purposes... could it be related to Scarllet's new found gift?



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System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/8
    • Processor: 1.6 GHz
    • Memory: 128 MB RAM
    • Graphics: DirectX 9.0 Compatible
    • DirectX: Version 9.0
    • Storage: 100 MB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX 9.0 Compatible Sound
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Overall:
Positive (5 reviews)
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*Logan*
( 14.9 hrs on record )
Posted: March 5
Vagrant Hearts 2 is a pretty good side view turn based RPG. It plays the same as the first game.
The unique but sometimes annoying magic crest system is still here as well as the frequent party member changes.

I came into this sequel not expected much difference from the first game and that's exactly what I got.

This game follows the same storyline right after the first game, but nothing else has changed with the gameplay or graphics.
One of the unique features of the first game was the Rojak Fragments which were hidden throughout the world and added replay in the quest to find them all.
This game however, has no side quests like that, or at all.

Basically, this is a rather generic but fun turn-based RPG, with rather ugly dark graphics, bad and forgettable dialogue, and ugly character design.
The usual limitations of an RPG maker game remain here as well, which means no broadcasting, screenshots, overlay, or chatting with your friends without the use of alt-tab.

The gameplay is the saving grace here, as I enjoyed the battles much as I did in the previous version.

This is one of the better RPG maker games and one of the better developers.
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mystic_aingeal
( 13.6 hrs on record )
Posted: September 28, 2015
Similar to the prequel, it was an okay game to play but not awesome. This one did seem to let you roam around a little more than Vagrant Hearts (which is good), but there were still some issues with the characters and the character interactions. I would still recommend, but maybe get it on sale?
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cbtx
( 7.3 hrs on record )
Posted: May 26, 2015
Vagrant Hearts 2 continues the saga of the 2 sisters, Beatrice and Scarllet, who are both blessed with mystical gifts ---- Scarllet just doesn't know exactly what her gift/ability is, but other factions are indeed aware and are wanting her for their own nefarious purposes.
So the story begins in the game, and you are thrown into the action at once.
All of the characters are back from the first game in the series, and all have an important part to play as the tale unfolds, as well as new characters, new twists, and unexpected developments.

As with the first game, the story moves along in a well paced style that will keep you interested as you hunt for the people, places, and items that will move the quest forward.
And, of course, there are lots of battles to be fought, places to discover, items to find, and people to meet.

The game can stand alone, but I would recommend playing the first one so the characters, conversation, and world of VH2 will be more familiar.

Artwork is very nicely done with lots of detail both in the world of Dark Azulel and in the battle scenes.

It's all about character driven plot and exploration in this well crafted game that keeps the bar as high as its predecessor. I think you'll enjoy this sequel as much as the first one. Recommended.
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15 of 25 people (60%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
7.3 hrs on record
Posted: May 26, 2015
Vagrant Hearts 2 continues the saga of the 2 sisters, Beatrice and Scarllet, who are both blessed with mystical gifts ---- Scarllet just doesn't know exactly what her gift/ability is, but other factions are indeed aware and are wanting her for their own nefarious purposes.
So the story begins in the game, and you are thrown into the action at once.
All of the characters are back from the first game in the series, and all have an important part to play as the tale unfolds, as well as new characters, new twists, and unexpected developments.

As with the first game, the story moves along in a well paced style that will keep you interested as you hunt for the people, places, and items that will move the quest forward.
And, of course, there are lots of battles to be fought, places to discover, items to find, and people to meet.

The game can stand alone, but I would recommend playing the first one so the characters, conversation, and world of VH2 will be more familiar.

Artwork is very nicely done with lots of detail both in the world of Dark Azulel and in the battle scenes.

It's all about character driven plot and exploration in this well crafted game that keeps the bar as high as its predecessor. I think you'll enjoy this sequel as much as the first one. Recommended.
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5 of 9 people (56%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
Recommended
13.6 hrs on record
Posted: September 28, 2015
Similar to the prequel, it was an okay game to play but not awesome. This one did seem to let you roam around a little more than Vagrant Hearts (which is good), but there were still some issues with the characters and the character interactions. I would still recommend, but maybe get it on sale?
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4 of 8 people (50%) found this review helpful
Recommended
14.9 hrs on record
Posted: March 5
Vagrant Hearts 2 is a pretty good side view turn based RPG. It plays the same as the first game.
The unique but sometimes annoying magic crest system is still here as well as the frequent party member changes.

I came into this sequel not expected much difference from the first game and that's exactly what I got.

This game follows the same storyline right after the first game, but nothing else has changed with the gameplay or graphics.
One of the unique features of the first game was the Rojak Fragments which were hidden throughout the world and added replay in the quest to find them all.
This game however, has no side quests like that, or at all.

Basically, this is a rather generic but fun turn-based RPG, with rather ugly dark graphics, bad and forgettable dialogue, and ugly character design.
The usual limitations of an RPG maker game remain here as well, which means no broadcasting, screenshots, overlay, or chatting with your friends without the use of alt-tab.

The gameplay is the saving grace here, as I enjoyed the battles much as I did in the previous version.

This is one of the better RPG maker games and one of the better developers.
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