The Book of Unwritten Tales 2 for Xbox One
Xbox One

The Book of Unwritten Tales 2

Sep 18, 2015
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About this game

Developer: KING Art Games
Content Rating: Everyone


Like its predecessor, The Book of Unwritten Tales 2 is a humorous homage to role-playing games and fantasy worlds. Once again you play the gnome mage Wilbur, the adventurer Nate, the elf princess Ivo, and Nate’s furry companion, the Critter -- alternately or simultaneously. Our four heroes are getting involved with a whole range of problems and adversaries in The Book of Unwritten Tales 2. Who is after the archmage’s life? Who is responsible for Aventásia slowly transforming into a sugary fantasy world for little girls? Who is pulling the strings in the background, and what is his or her plan?

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Justin CelaniSep 23, 2015
Book of Unwritten Tales 2 is full of humor, inventive puzzles, a grand sense of adventure and a story that can potentially last most up to 20 hours. It’s filled with tons of dialog so expect to be fully engrossed with the story and characters during the long trek. Newcomers to the genre will have the biggest disadvantage in how difficulty this game can be in comparison to other more recently released titles.
Lucie MansellSep 28, 2015
The Book of Unwritten Tales 2 is a sprawling adventure that does not take itself too seriously, yet offers up fantastic storytelling in an immersive and gorgeous-looking world. Its slow pace and lack of true action will not appeal to everybody but with popular culture references galore and a cast of heroes that you can't help but develop a fondness for, it's a title that can sit proudly with others in the genre...if it can get away with mocking them all mercilessly, of course.
Leigh GroocockOct 20, 2015
The Book of Unwritten Tales 2 is a great example of a point-and-click adventure, but, at times, the puzzles that make up a massive portion of the game are awfully difficult to figure out and sometimes don't make much sense. This causes constant hits into brick walls when it comes to progress and makes it drag on for several hours longer than it should already do. One massive redeeming factor is how wonderfully written it is, though; two or three chuckles are guaranteed.