Diversi anni dopo l'epilogo di Risen, furiosi titani hanno devastato il mondo e portato l'umanità sull'orlo dell'estinzione. In seguito, creature mostruose sono sorte dalle oscure profondità oceaniche, e a causa dei loro attacchi le comunicazioni marittime hanno subito una brusca interruzione.
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Data di rilascio: 26 apr 2012

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Diversi anni dopo l'epilogo di Risen, furiosi titani hanno devastato il mondo e portato l'umanità sull'orlo dell'estinzione. In seguito, creature mostruose sono sorte dalle oscure profondità oceaniche, e a causa dei loro attacchi le comunicazioni marittime hanno subito una brusca interruzione. L'eroe, ora membro dell'Inquisizione, ha l'incarico di scoprire come porre fine al caos provocato dalle creature degli abissi. La sua missione inizia quando giungono voci che i pirati delle isole meridionali sono i soli a conoscere il modo di liberarsi dei mostri e quindi mettere fine al loro regno di terrore una volta per tutte.

Caratterizzato da un'inedita atmosfera piratesca, Risen 2: Dark Waters si propone di unire le meccaniche GDR più amate del gioco originale con tematiche nuove e ambientazioni originali su numerose isole, ognuna con una sua peculiarità tematica. Un gioco di ruolo in terza persona che si svolge in un universo crudo e cupo, Risen 2: Dark Waters mantiene le caratteristiche più coinvolgenti del Risen originale, con diverse possibilità di approccio a ogni sfida, permettendo al giocatore di influenzare il mondo con le sue decisioni. Queste scelte consentiranno di sbloccare nuovi percorsi, caratteristiche e abilità aggiuntive per il personaggio. Grazie a un ambiente altamente interattivo e all'alternarsi di giorno/notte, aspetti che influenzano notevolmente il gioco, il mondo fantasy di Risen 2 risulta estremamente immersivo.

Requisiti di sistema

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP (with Servicepack 2)
    • Processor: Dual Core with 2.1 GHz
    • Memory: 2 GB System RAM
    • Hard Disk Space: 5.5 GB
    • Video Card: 512 MB Radeon 3870 / GeForce 8800 GTX
    • DirectX®: 9.1c
    • Sound: DirectX compatible soundcard
    • Additional: Keyboard/mouse or gamepad required Internet Connection required for online activation
    Recommended:
    • OS: Windows XP (with Servicepack 3), Windows Vista (with Servicepack 1), Windows 7
    • Processor: Dual Core with 3 GHz
    • Memory: 4 GB System RAM
    • Video Card: 1024 MB Radeon 4890 / GeForce GTX 260
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2 persone su 2 (100%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
21.8 ore in totale
Some of my friends call me silly because of this, but ever since I played Gothic, the first Piranha Bytes game I've ever played, I've been following the games the company has released and to this day, I have yet to find one that I don't like. Most of my friends tend to curse at the "difficult" gameplay and levelling up, but I say to them - "That's old-school for you." And I like it. Nowadays, I find some of the games a bit too easy to play, but the old-school ones make me think before I start slashing and hacking at enemies, because it can happen that a boar gets me from the back and I'm done.

Risen 2 reminds me of the Gothic series quite a but, but it shouldn't surprise me since it's made by the same company. I am in love with its graphics and the storyline is very interesting. I also quite like the character redesigns from the first Risen game and their development throughout the game. Take the main protagonist for example - at the beginning of the game he's a drunkard, right? And at the end of the game, he rises as a hero again.

The new enemies are quite interesting too - I've always wanted to play more pirate games, but I haven't found an interesting one as of yet, excluding Gothic II's Addon and Risen 2 - did you notice that both of the games that made pirates interesting are made by PB? :)

Anyway, I warmly recommend this game to everyone that doesn't get too frustrated with the "difficult" gameplay. As I said, that's old-school for ya.
Pubblicata: 7 ottobre
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1 persone su 1 (100%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
55.7 ore in totale
This was an amazing game! As a huge fan of fantasy rpgs, this game had everything I could want and more. Risen 1 was a cool but hard game. This one was so much more smooth and very enjoyable. A tad on the simple side maybe, but oh my it was so much fun. I loved the drawback of pirates, natives, and conquistadors that gave the game such an exotic feel. The story is really good and the companions are very helpful and fun. This was a fantastic game that I highly reccomend. The dlcs aren't really worth it but they do add money and experience. If you love rpgs, pirates, or the amazing games of deep silver then I know you'll just love this booty of awesomeness!
Pubblicata: 5 ottobre
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0 persone su 1 (0%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
10.6 ore in totale
Note: Copy-Paste from my review of Risen 1. You shouldn't play Risen 2 without having played Risen 1.

Personal rating: 8/10
Replayability: Medium
Budget: Worth it.
Lenght: A few days to a week.

Risen 2 specific notes: Risen 2, apart from what I have to say about the series in general below, has a slightly clumsy combat system, and feels like a partial attempt at making a Sid-Meyer's Pirates! inspired RPG, but remains a very good game.

I'm not sure what to think of Risen. The company behind Risen made Gothic, a series that I loved. Gothic has a tragic story, funding was cut from the expansion pack to the third installment, resulting in a buggy game that felt unfinished, and had the wrong voice-actors. The dreaded fourth installment that the orginal company wasn't even part of, killed the series, and I hear this is why they started Risen on the side.

While I was initially excited about Risen, I feel like Risen is some sort of attempt from the company's side to "win back" their original ideas for gothic. It feels like they're trying to make the same game, but different.

Still, Risen has a decent story, but Risen is a series, and the third installment just game out. I'll try not to judge Risen 1 on the sequels, but it's hard, because frankly Risen 2 feels like they retconned a lot of Risen 1 in an attempt to reboot their franchise as a sort of "pirate age" age game, even though it clearly felt like a high-fantasy gothic medieval game in the first installment.

Separately though, the games are quite good, it's just a bit of a snag to get over how poorly they connect, despite several characters making appearances in both games.

In many ways, Risen perfectly embodies the spirit of Gothic and does provide some not-seen-before elements. Where in Gothic, you felt like you were the nameless master-mind behind a gang of anti-heroes who follow you out of some misguided sense of loyalty (honor among thieves, I guess) rather than true friendship, always facing challenges in a hostile world as you go about, in Risen you feel like people actually have a more "human" relationship towards you. Sure, you're still a nameless guy but apart from a select few individuals, you're truly alone this time, but your friendships in the game are based on actual frienship, meaning the character actually has some relationships with people.

Risen in no way beats or threatens the legacy of the 3 real gothic games, but if you liked gothic, you NEED to play Risen too.

Fun fact: Many fans believe that unofficially, Risen is set several years in the future of the original gothic trilogy. Read more on this theory on the internet.
Pubblicata: 29 settembre
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0 persone su 1 (0%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
52.2 ore in totale
One of the best old school RPG ever created 10/10...a game that stays true to the series with a great atmosphere and theme -piracy !!! A game made with love for the fans :)
Pubblicata: 8 ottobre
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0 persone su 1 (0%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
10.0 ore in totale
This game is okay, but could be better.
Pubblicata: 16 ottobre
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0 persone su 1 (0%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
26.5 ore in totale
One of the worst RPGs I ever had the displeasure of playing. Let me break down my favourites just for the fun of it...

- Clunky Controls : The guy moves like a friggin tank and everything feels so horribly sluggish, especially paired with those stiff as wood animations.

- Terrible Combat : Click click click click click click click..Oh wait, there's actualy counter parries, dodge rolls and..nvm click click click click click click..Also, enemies can break your attack animation by simply hitting you with whatever they fancy. You, however, can not do the same to them, which is especially fun when you often have to fight 2 or 3 things at once.

- Tedious Quests : This game even makes you pay your hard earned..and I mean HARD EARNED gold to move on in some quests. Nothing more RPG than having a silvertongue skill of 60 to make a ♥♥♥♥♥ drop her price from 1000 to 500 gold..well invested skills points, sir...Or you get the usual "collect this and that through laborious and unfun work from all corners of the island".

- Level Up System : You do not level up, you just acquire fame which you then have to spend in 5 categories. Then you also get to pay gold to learn new "abilites" like thieving or lockpicking, for which you often require a certain level in the aforementioned categories. Lockpicking, for example, needs you to have spent around 20000 fame to even be able to learn it on a very basic level. Doing a quest usually gives you 50-100 fame as does killing an enemy..you do the maths. This ties into..

- Exploration Denied : Imagine beating some tough monsters, by letting your comrade do all the work just to reach a chest. Oh no, it requires a xx in lockpicking skill. Access denied, unless you already assembled 20000 fame somehow and the gold to upgrade your skill and the clothing to add some bonus to your skills. In the end you won't even bother to explore anymore, because you will usually lack the skills to reap the rewards. But if you do not lack them, then this ties into..

- Worst Loot EVER : Fancy finding new weapons ? New armor ? A cool hat ? Magic Boots ? Haha, no...All the good items you will get (all those..less than 15 pieces of clothing available in the whole game), will require you to buy them from merchants.. There is absolutely nothing to find equipment-wise, except for a few broken sword pieces which you can smith together (requires you to have spent fame and gold and what not again though to learn smithing in the first place, so..basically not for free either). You won't find any clothes ever, in fact most chest rewards will be absolutely laughable like..I don't know...finding 10 gold in a chest or maybe..MAYBE 50..Usually it's just a major waste of time and effort.

- Fighting the Kraken and the final boss : Ok, mostly the Kraken..who designed that and why ? Seriously..

All in all this game is a major step down from Risen 1, which already wasn't the best game in the world, but still better than this..product.
Pubblicata: 21 ottobre
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0 persone su 2 (0%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
6.9 ore in totale
Was a fun game while I was able to play. Now All I get is the splash screen for a couple seconds then it crashes.
Pubblicata: 19 ottobre
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41.5 ore in totale
Migliorato su alcuni aspetti rispetto al primo Risen, però preferisco l'ambientazione medievale, o almeno avrei preferito qualche città piu grande. La difficoltà risulta buona per tutto il gioco con spada e moschetto. Invece i personaggi sono troppo simili tra di loro...

Voto 7

Confronto con gothic do voto 5
Pubblicata: 24 settembre
Questa recensione ti è stata utile? No
42.3 ore in totale
Carino ma è solo l'ombra del primo Risen e dei 3 Gothic precedenti.
Pubblicata: 8 ottobre
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25.5 ore in totale
Ci mettiamo il pollice in su perchè non c'è una via di mezzo.

È un gioco che ci mette qualche ora a farsi piacere, le pecche più grandi sono i controlli pesanti e poco responsivi e la pesantezza della grafica (che tra l'altro non è giustificata dalla qualità).

Per gli appassionati della serie Gothic è un gioco senz'altro da giocare. Per chi cerca un RPG per passare il tempo il tema piratesco è un punto in più che si allontana dai soliti temi Orchi e Elfi. Per chi cerca un gioco da giocare senza problemi... meglio lasciare stare.
Pubblicata: 5 ottobre
Questa recensione ti è stata utile? No
27.7 ore in totale
SeQual to Risen expands on the size fo the world whole islands to explore and explore the southern seas with Pirates and become a pirate and part of the Crew aRGHH
Pubblicata: 25 settembre
Questa recensione ti è stata utile? No
7.4 ore in totale
For me I found the game difficult to get into. I found the acting limp, the story weak, and the gameplay tedious.

As I started to lose the will to live I decided it was time to quit playing.

But if you like Pirates, English accents and the like then this could be a good choice for you. Being English myself the accents were wasted on me. Being a pirate it just seemed like going to work.*

*May not be entirely accurate.

44%

~ Snowdog
Pubblicata: 25 settembre
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44.6 ore in totale
I'll give it a 6 out of 10
I don't recommend it to anyone that has experience with RPG cause it's a classic one that brings nothing new and finish to be waste of time.

It's cheap in term of technic for a AAA (reachs this category by its price),
fights are simple and for a pirate game don't expect naval battles nor even boat selling except "fast travelling"...
Some nice ideas like vaudoo but the overall lack of technic or novelty doesn't rise the game to the top.

Then if you are a new player or not expecting a lot of RPGs you might find yourself a cool game and if not you can pass this one or keep it for a try.
Pubblicata: 23 settembre
Questa recensione ti è stata utile? No
0.9 ore in totale
This game.... I may have played very little of it maybe like a total of less than an hour, but let me tell you that this game so far is pretty awesome/the fact that you can be a pirate just blows my mind. ok well lemme tell you some stuff about the game so far and no i won't give any spoilers so go somewhere else for that! 1: the combat in this game is challenging definantly not one of the games like oblivion where you just spam the attack button for the win and block and shizz, you actually have to pay attention for a second and learn your opponent's attack patterns so you won't get hit in the annoying ♥♥♥ combo.... the combo actually can kill you, in the first 20 minutes of the game theirs a guy who's training soldiers and you fight him for training and his combo can one shot you even on normal difficulty so just saying don't do the normal spam to win tactic in this game because that will get you nowhere. now the graphics in the game are pretty stunning for when this game was released... i don't get much in the way of graphic enjoyment because i gottta gt 220. but yes i deffinantly reccomend you get this game be it on sale or no it's worth every penny to me!
Pubblicata: 23 settembre
Questa recensione ti è stata utile? No
190.4 ore in totale
Risen 2: Dark Waters is a direct continuation to Risen, featuring the same nameless hero and some of his old companions, Patty and Steelbeard, but set in an entirely new ambientation. Risen 2 parts from the sword and shield medieval fighting world of Faranga to a musket, pistol, cannon and sabers fighting modern age.

Risen 2 is set in the age of the conquistadors, where a kind of sabre-fighting and musket-shooting Spanish fleet is invading new lands inhabited by spear-throwing and voodoo-casters natives. You, a "good pirate", must fight the "bad pirates" for relics to fight the water titan lord, Mara, and for that, you need to choose to side with the inquisition, which will give you muskets, or the Natives, which will give you voodoo spells.

It is a story about the romantic and cliche view of pirates, With a lot of rum, eye patches, parrots, typical clothing and speaking, etc. Despite being a mediocre RPG, the story is captivating. If you see it on a sale, it is worth buying and giving a chance.

If you have played Risen before, you'll find better and worse aspects in comparison:

First, the battle system was crippled. It's a shame, since Risen battle system was very good. Even without training, one could battle stronger enemies given enough skill. Now, without training, you can't do anything but swing your sword around. You can't dodge anymore, the dodge was changed to a kind of roll, which is not only unrealistic (because you roll too far away) but serves only to flee, since you don't end up in a good position to counter attack.

Second, magic was removed from the game. It just didn't fit in the modern feel the developers wanted for the game. Instead, it was changed for voodoo, a kind of cursing spells used by the natives, that is almost useless for combat but adds interesting events in the game.

And third, for the good news, quests are less linear and more interesting.
Pubblicata: 14 ottobre
Questa recensione ti è stata utile? No
6.7 ore in totale
Risen is an awesome franchise but underrated.

the good:
- decent story
- good character progression
- static enemy strength (some find this a con)
- do what you want
- feels good when you get used to the controls
- pirates

the bad:
- people may have to get used to the controls of gothic/risen
- the difficulty curve may be too steep for some players
- forgetting to save can lead to long do-overs

A great game, especially if you like games like gothic or other 3rd person RPGs. 8,5/10
Pubblicata: 6 ottobre
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10.9 ore in totale
Pretty awesome game, imprssively long and it looks great and plays well. But its length can be a bit of a turn off as it was for me. I often found myself looking around for ages trying to find what to do as directions for missions and other parts are not really very clear.
Pubblicata: 12 ottobre
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58.9 ore in totale
I have played this all the way through and loved it .
The end game boss was a little mehh but , Perhaps I wanted it to go on .

Solid attempt with a decent story line .. Would of been nice to have had an extended prologue.

Pubblicata: 27 settembre
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0.4 ore in totale
Pretty good game so far.
Pubblicata: 27 settembre
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0.1 ore in totale
gave up horrible controls
Pubblicata: 23 ottobre
Questa recensione ti è stata utile? No