Ecstatica II

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The story follows straight after the prequel ended when the Nameless Traveller, who turns out to be a Prince in an unnamed country, rescued Ecstatica from the doomed town of Tirich. The Prince return back to his kingdom together with Ecstatica planning to get married only to find out that his castle had been savagely pillaged and plundered and his people been brutally massacred by demons, goblins and human barbarians. Just as they arrived at the drawbridge, a winged demon flew by and kidnapped Ecstatica while the Prince was knocked unconscious by another winged demon. Only to wake up and realized he been put into the castles pillory, however the Prince was revitalized and set free by a mysterious female voice and urged him to defeat the evil Archmage to restore the balance of the world by restoring the 7 Elder sign and on the same time to rescue his beloved Ecstatica from the Archmage before being used as a sacrifice...

The game remain the same as Ecstatica, with improvements on the game control and the Ellipsoid graphic has been updated with better details. The play area is much more larger than the prequel and the game play is free roaming and exploration around the surrounding castle and also the enemies re spawn after a certain time period although they are easier to kill than it predecessor.

The Prince can pick up various swords with different strength and reach. Also this time the Prince can use magic attacks against his foes by either equipping himself with a staff or learning them through scrolls.


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Game year: 
Psygnosis Limited
Developed by: 
Andrew Spencer Studios
Ecstatica II - Cover Art DOS
Also known as: 
"魔城迷蹤2" -- Chinese spelling (traditional)

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