Evoland 2 is one of those paid games that you just don’t want to put down. First released on Steam in 2015, Evoland 2 did a great job as a sequel to the first Evoland, as it follows great graphics and gameplay!
What’s new in Evoland 2?
If you’ve played the first of the series, you may have experienced its story was a bit short. But that’s not the case with Evoland 2, which comes up with over 20 hours of play!
While the first game explored the evolution of RPGs, Evoland 2 has expanded its longing scope by combining even more gaming genres into the gameplay. It starts out as a rather typical action RPG, but as you progress through the story both the gameplay and graphics take dramatic shifts which work wonderfully for maintaining the fresh feel of the game.
Evoland 2 is set to constantly break the fourth wall and there are also more gaming and pop culture references than you can swing a stick at. This is another fascinating game for fans of RPGs, video game culture, and the cost to play.
The game takes place in the year 999 when a boy awakens to a girl named Fina, who found him near the village. As the boy enables to recall anything, Fina decides to keep him with her and start calling him Kuro.
The two go to the nearby forest to find any clues to Kuro’s identity. In their path comes a demon “Reno” who desperately want to destroy humanity.
While attempting to stop demon Reno, Fina and Kuro inadvertently activate a Magilith relic and are sent back into a 50 years old war between the demon kingdom of Demonia and the human empire.
The story takes a twist when the two save a little demon girl from imperial soldiers and get imprisoned.
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The gameplay of Evoland 2
As a player you’ll control “Kuro,” an amnestic boy who is found by a girl called Fina. Both these travel together and meet different characters, including the researcher Velvet and demon prince Menos.
Their ultimate goal is to prevent the world from destruction and the end of time itself. Characters in the game can travel between a total of four time periods, including a past war, the present day, the era of ancient civilization, and a dystopian future.
Evoland 2’s did well in presenting all historical settings in their own graphical art style, like 8-bit graphics, 16-bit graphics, and 3D graphics. Players are given the freedom to jump through time and can change past events to alter history and affect the world in the future.
To put it in a nutshell, Evoland 2 is another great game for fans of RPGs.