Many horrible years have passed since the Gods abandoned the world and the titans rose from the confines of their prisons. They devastated everything in their path with unstoppable force.
However, there is a place on the southern tip of the Old Empire which still seems safe from the clutches of the Titans - the "Crystal Fortress" in Caldera. It is the headquarters of the Inquisition and a place of refuge for the people. It is repeatedly attacked by sea monsters, and supply ships are sunk en route. Nobody knows how long the walls will hold; food and weapons are gradually running out.
The nameless hero, devastated by the developments on Faranga, now drowns his sorrows in rum in the harbour town Caldera. As the situation grows more and more dire due to the shortage of food, he sets out on a mission to put an end to the sea monsters once and for all.
Collector's Edition includes:
Making of DVD: Interviews with the developers from Piranha Bytes who delve deeper into the production of Risen 2.
Soundtrack CD: The gripping tunes of the Risen 2 soundtrack will immediately absorb the listener into this fantastic pirate world.
Double-sided poster: A large sized map of the game world on one side and an epic artwork featuring the hero and his crew on board their impressive ship.
Pirate flag: With the skull motif from Risen 2.
Amulet: A pendant that every pirate and Risen 2 fan will be proud of.
The Art of Risen 2 Dark Waters: An exclusive collection of art cards on high quality-paper.
If you get something like this in the Amiibo shipment I'll happily buy it
Oren23 November at 7:45 Morning All, Anybody having problems getting onto the dragon age servers this morning?
words_txt23 November at 1:04 a bit late to the party, but whaddup [censored] hombrés
DEATHGIGAS23 November at 0:43 @Princess
There's definitely some low res textures here and there, but I still think it looks good for a cross-gen game. My eyes never suffered, especially since I was more concerned with the gameplay. And quite honestly, it's Bioware, and they've never been visually or technically impressive on their games. It's always been about the story and how it plays and DA really plays well.
I've seen a one or two cross-gen games that have really hurt my eyes, but this isn't one of them I think.