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.
Lurch21 April at 11:30 @Doma - It's releasing at roughly the the same price it was on PS3 so if you've never played them, it's would be worth picking up. FFX especially was a great game and the return of pure tactical turn-based combat. FFX-2 returned to the ATB system and had a costume system that was likely the origin of the "paradigm" shift system in FF13 games.
Doma21 April at 11:17 Hi guys will you be getting Final Fantasy X/X-2 for PS4?
Lurch21 April at 11:14 Here's an article and 13min gameplay vid for a prototype for Alan Wake 2. If you played the "American Nightmare" XBLA game, lot's of ideas ended up in there - [link]
Magius21 April at 9:45 @Lurch agreed, I have taken a break from DA:I because the side missions became dull, but to kill dragons and get through the more exciting campaign you need to level up. I hope that they aren't basically setting up a system where they can basically reskin an engine into DA:I and ME and their new mystery IP. I want their RPGS to not only look different, but ACTUALLY BE different.
Lurch21 April at 9:15 @Magius - I'm not entirely sure that's all a good thing. DA:I was basically a DA2 length story (with more interesting companions for sure) but then hours of dull fetch quests to fill out the massive game world. They'll need to make sure their resource-gathering/colony-building mechanics are excellent.
Magius21 April at 8:42 @Tea If that info is true, then this game is going to be more like DA:I then expected. It should be epic, but I question the whole new galaxy thing that hasn't been affected by the war with the Reapers. Also the help themselves by conveniently not having to address what actually happened at the end of ME3
Morschee21 April at 8:40 I could do with some ME goodness
Tea21 April at 8:39 that mass effect "4" leak has a crazy amount of info on