Recently, I was lucky enough to obtain a copy of the Two Worlds II Royal Edition Box Set from SouthPeak Games. This is one of my most anticipated games ever, as some of you may already know. I have written quite a few articles on Two Worlds II already and thought why not do another? So here it is, my unboxing of the Royal Edition!
The box is a hefty size and had some nice weight to it. The box flap opens up to reveal some cool artwork and the totally bodacious 27cm (10.6″) Cassara figurine with base and staff (pictured above). The clear cover lifts up to gain access to her. On the bottom, right side of the box is a little tab that when pulled, opens up the “secret” side compartment where the rest of the goodies are housed. Inside I found the following:
- Hardcover Art Book – 72 pages of beautiful artwork from the game. I absolutely love these books. Very nice addition to the box set.
- Two Worlds II Playing Cards – 55 cards with amazing artwork all around. There are the standard 52 cards plus 2 jokers and 1 other card with some cool artwork of a giant worm beastie. I’ll definitely throw down some gambling games with this deck!
- Mousepad – The weakest item in the set for me. I use a laptop so a mousepad isn’t very useful. It’s still cool looking though with a picture of Dar Pha, the half-Orc assassin.
- Bonus DVD – Packed full of media goodness. Avatars, Wallpaper, Poster Artwork, Game Soundtrack, Videos, Pdf Manual, Website Links, and a trial version of Battle Vs. Chess! This puppy is cool. I spent forever playing around with all of the crap on it. I now have a new desktop wallpaper, Twitter avatar, and some Two Worlds II tunes on my iPod. The soundtrack is amazing and got me pumped up to play the game.
- Map of Antaloor – Nothing fancy, but still nice. I’m a map man, so I am glad this was included. I would have liked to have seen something a bit nicer like a cloth map, but beggars can’t be choosers. Oh and just a side note, I only took a few pictures of the map folded. It was way too big to get a picture of it unfolded.
- Exclusive In Game Codes – This is for a set of armor, a sword, an in-game map, and a new quest. I’ll let you know what these are like when I get a chance to use them.
I really enjoyed this box set. I would highly recommend it if you are a fan of the game and you like things of this nature. You can snag a copy from Gamestop and Amazon. But enough of my jibber-jabber, you came here for the eye candy, so enjoy the pictures I took of my unboxing (if you want to see a bigger image, click on the picture, then click on it again after it loads up).
Keep an eye open for Platform Nation’s full Two Worlds II review coming in the near future!