After a truly intriguing gameplay in previous iteration, the next part of the series, The Book of Unwritten Rules 2 Is back, with a real loud bang, you guys.
It’s now a comedy induced fantasy story game where comic elements are tied in with a classic evil magic takes over scenario, its still a point and click genre but its turning out to be something that we feel should be more heavily meddled with.
The four prime characters from the last game, Wilbur the gnome mage, Ivo the elf princess, Nate a narcissistic human guy and Critter, a furry alien like small creature, they return in this new adventure where they have to find the mystery behind the dark magic that is turning beasts into puppies and castles into dollhouses!
What you can assume from the above plotline is that it is full of parody and satires and comic dialogues and events, all intelligently woven into one another.
The fun and interest in the TBOUT 2 lies in its scenes, they may be conversations or some part of miscellaneous scenes or cut stories and of course, the main gaming progress scenes as well. The falling from the sky scene in the very beginning of the game will clearly summon up the gist of the fun you will have later in it.
The comedy and parody are superbly presented, one is where a robotic entity similar to WALL-E briefs you on the tutorials, the satire and punches, especially on the new video game monetization strategies like micro transactions and free-to-play, are heavily ridiculed.
All in all, it’s a very funny, humorous, Shrek like adventure story where you control the progress with your own wits and dialogue choices, it asks you your time but makes it all worthy at the end.
Developed by King Art Games and published by Nordic Games and The Adventure Company for Linux, PC, OS X, PS3, PS4, X360, XOne and Wii U. it was initially released in February 2015.
Nothing special, if you like fun games with every aspect of a game tightly knit, enough to make you enjoy through it then The Book of Unwritten Tales 2 is a really nice one to go with, the clever humor in it is just a cherry on top of an ice cream.