Two Worlds II Velvet Game of the Year Edition in October - destructoid

Two Worlds II Velvet Game of the Year Edition in October

11:30 AM on 07.15.2011

Jim Sterling

Former Reviews Editor

Topware Interactive is releasing Two Worlds II: Velvet Game of the Year Edition on October 18 and yes, there is velvet. 

The velvet covers the entire box -- black for PC and Mac, red for Xbox 360 and PS3 -- along with metal corners to give the thing an "antique brass" aesthetic. The edition includes all current updates, and will also boast the Pirates of the Flying Fortress expansion. 

As if that wasn't enough, you'll also get a multi-lingual version of the game, a double-sided world map, pirate pin item that boosts armor, and a bonus disc with art, wallpaper, soundtracks and two PVP maps. 

Usually, "Game of the Year" editions are just re-releases with all the downloadable content, so I'm surprised and pleased to see Topware really pushing the boat out here. I quite liked the game, and I gotta say, this is somewhat tempting.


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