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Deadly Sin 2

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A thousand years of peace are shattered by betrayal, political upheaval, and war. Play as the hero Carrion Iblis, as the story of Siegfried, the Empire's true successor, plunges the world further and further into darkness.

Immerse yourself in a world of conflict as several opposing factions clash for dominance over the Archaelus Empire and its people. Take up the mighty blade of Carrion Iblis as he and his friends tear through a massive web of manipulation. Theirs is a journey that will crack open the doors of destiny, setting the stage for a truly epic struggle for the fate of the world!

In this adventure, Carrion must clash against enemies from within and without. He will face down his own countrymen, repel an invasion of undead foes, conquer his personal demons, find love, and challenge the power of the heavens.

Deadly Sin 2 is a 20-30 hour fantasy RPG epic. It is not a direct sequel to Deadly Sin 1; much like the games in the Final Fantasy series, Deadly Sin 2 is merely the next in a line of spiritual successors to the original. Deadly Sin 2 boasts a massively improved battle and menu system, as well as all-new features.

1) A fully scripted, back-view, conditional turn-based battle system by Mithran. This is a sophisticated evolution of the traditional RPG battle formula that includes a winner-take-all threat system, and new stats, including Speed, Build, Shield Block, MP Regen, and Equipment Weight.

2) An original soundtrack written by the game creator, Harmonic.

3) A large amount of dynamic, enjoyable, and rewarding side-quests that bring the world to life!

4) Augment system: customize any weapon, shield, or helm/body/arm armor with augments that you find or purchase around the world. Augments add stats, status effects, elemental changes, and other enhancements that are endlessly fun to play around with.

5) In-depth skill point system: each PC has a unique skill tree. Invest skill points gained from leveling up or completing quests. If you don't like how your character is developing, you can have your skill points refunded at an inn!

6) Monster nodes: find these nodes to disable random encounters and obtain skill points. If you want to fight enemies again, the monster nodes can be turned back on at your will!

7) Mouse interface: you can use the mouse to do almost everything, including movement. You can choose not to use the mouse by simply moving it off screen. Use Alt-Enter to toggle full screen mode.
Release date
Dancing Dragon Games
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Microsoft® Windows® XP / Vista / 7 (32-bit/64-bit)
  • Processor: PC with 800MHz Intel® Pentium® III equivalent or higher processor
  • Memory: 256 MB RAM
  • Graphics: 1024x768 or better video resolution in High Color mode
  • Storage: 160 MB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectSound-compatible sound card
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Deadly Sin 2 reviews and comments

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Microsoft from French
The "sequel" of deadly sin, although the scenarios are independent. A great improvement compared to the first game. The characters are more successful, the combat system has been improved – we have there the "basics" of the battles of the Skyborn game – and the story is better. The music seems to be the same as the first opus, but it's nice. Bonus quests, a weapon upgrades system, lots of places to explore... Anyway, a good game.
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Microsoft from Deutsch
+ has ne Story + Combat System where you can choose what you want to do like select skills (so don't just blow on it) + choose the opponent you want to attack + many different Opponents + you decide what character to do during the Fight- Control Currency FEHLT, you have to figure out a lot of things yourself how to do something. Bsp.: Through a Door you come ONLY when you press Space key you only get the Switch on the floor away if you find the Counterpart You have to press the name you have to Delete (i.e. when you enter your Name) if you press esc Delete Button does not work-no Menu to see your Quest what to do despite a lack of Control currency, it's a very good Game if you like the Gameboy Style:D
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The dancing Dragon put it on The bundle package in which I had acquired Deadly Sin 2 was a real Stroke of Luck! €5 for a digital maker RPG would definitely be too much for me, but lack of Quality or too short a playing Time you certainly can't blame that Title. What really annoys, however, are the Random Fights that I Think have lost nothing in commercial maker RPG. Other Games, such as the Successor Title Skyborn, have shown that it simply doesn't need them anymore. The Bottom Line is That Deadly Sin 2 is definitely one of the better Representatives of its Niche, especially since it already has some Years under its Belt. Access if you agree with the Price. Pro and Kontra: Pro:-Retro RPG fun with brisk gameplay-change of Difficulty levels possible within the running Game-credible Main Characters without Nerve factor-great skill-and augment system-some nice switch puzzles and a few cleverly designed Dungeons invite you to Run-self-created Soundtrack and artwork/sprites the main Character (here even in The Battle screen) Kontra:-Randops fights-unnecessary, thoughtlessly cluttered tutorial/introductory segment at the Beginning of The game-political Turmoil Within the Story are not always easy to overview/are inadequately explained-Game is too linear, strict Splitting into chapters, so any Side-quests need to be resolved in a timely manner and otherwise the full Review: http://www.gamecontrast.de/deadly-sin-2-review/#more-51141
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