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Platforms: PC
Publisher: Robot Entertainment
Released: July 30, 2012
About: Orcs Must Die! 2 is a strategy, tower defense game. It is the sequel to the Orcs Must Die! The game begins after the ending of the original game and set players back into battle against a terrifying mob of orcs and other monsters. With a redesigned spellbook, players will have a broader range of options to build a deadly arsenal of defenses.
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Review: orcs must die! 2
September 20, 2012 | EN

"If you already played Orcs Must Die!, then the question of whether or not you should get Orcs Must Die! 2 is a very easy one to answer. Did you like the first game? If so, you might as well immediately buy the second one because it takes the same great formula and irons out just about every wrinkle and nitpick. If you didn’t play Robot Entertainment‘s original surprise hit, jumping right into the second game might very well be your best bet. Released just nine months after the original game, Orcs Must Die! 2 is remarkably similar to its predecessor, but those nine months were spent absolutely perfecting the formula.

Orcs Must Die! 2 is a defence game in which you play as an agent of the Order, a band of magic users who defend the world by slaughtering every orc that enters it. In the first game you only had the thick War Mage to play as, but Orcs Must Die! 2 adds in a second player in the form of the megalomaniacal Sorceress. Regardless of your choice, the game picks up shortly after the War Mage shut down each and every rift in the world. Suddenly they’ve begun to reopen, and the greater mystery of why it’s happening is slightly interrupted by the thousands of angry orcs that come out. Story was never really the focus of the series, but the writing is good and the plot goes for some lighthearted twists and turns to keep things interesting. The best part of the dialogue is the jokes, and both characters and the orcs themselves have plenty of lines that go from adorably lame to genuinely hilarious. No matter what the quality of the writing is, though, the game is still going to be focused on gameplay first. Fortunately the gameplay is terrific.
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Making orcs stop moving
September 4, 2012 | EN

"Most movies, books, graphic novels, and videogames in a fantasy setting realize the importance of including Orcs and the urgency of killing them. Robot Entertainment’s Orcs Must Die! 2 cuts right to the chase and delivers tower defense gameplay mixed with strategic third-person action all in the name of meeting Orcs that really must die. With an all-new 2 player co-op mode, classic levels, and a simple yet effective upgrade system, it’s hard to run out of activities in this monster slaying adventure. Grab a blunderbuss and a hammer, it’s time to go Orc hunting and do that thing to them that makes them stop moving.

Orcs Must Die! 2 allows you to invite a buddy (but only one buddy) to slay creatures together in a whimsical blood bath of strategy and teamwork. This provides a whole new level of tactics since twice as many corridors can be guarded at once. Unfortunately, the environments traversed in co-op are identical to the ones players must accomplish alone. This causes some flawed level design as it’s often obvious that most of these challenges are made for more than one player, making it a bit tougher if you have no friends. However, the game has been generous enough to include every level from the original Orcs Must Die! providing an entirely separate campaign full of levels made for one person. Even though beating the game all by your onesies might prove more difficult than with a pal, there are still tons of classic stages, endless levels, and weekly challenges to help you grind and even the playing field.

Very few titles can create gameplay so simple and addicting, you never want it to end. Orcs Must Die! 2 provides endless hours of entertainment without complicated multiplayer modes or an epic fantasy narrative (not easy to do). Players can hop in for ten minutes and enjoy some instant, skull crushing gratification, or stick around for hours meticulously upgrading every trap and weapon. Of course, no game is perfect. The comedy is a little hit and miss, some traps seem redundant, and not every level is a winner. However, Orcs Must Die! 2 is worth every penny and full of quality content waiting for you and a partner to play for weeks on end. Is that not what man has dreamt of ever since we looked to gaming for entertainment?
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