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Ends of the Earth 2
This is the final version
Download: 2.43 MB Added Fri Sep 03, 2004 5:21 pm
Total Download count: 2137
Number of reviews: 2
Average Grade: A
Number of ratings: 3
Average rating: 2.0000
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Description [-]
The end of the earth. Everyone fears it, but is it
really as everyone says it will be? How will it
occur, why will it occur? In this sequel by
Valkayree Productions you play a hero named
Atoch, who is the youngest of a long line of
descendants dedicated to preventing the return of
Caramawn, the evil centaur Centaurus defeats in the
first Ends of the Earth. Sadly, several wizards
gather and through their rituals and deceptions make
life on earth a living hell. Only you, Atoch, can rid
the planet of the evil wizards before they summon
the great beast which will destroy the earth and
instill fear in all who see it.

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Review # 1
  Reviewed by Pepsi Ranger
  Playtime: hours and minutes
  Overall: A-
  "I really don't know what else to say about this game except that everyone who cares about RPGs should check it out. It's perfected the Final Fantasy feel, and doesn't waste it with junky characters and a lame storyline. It's good enough to ask or even demand the creation of an Ends of the Earth 3, and hope all threads are tied by the end. Excellent game."
Review # 2
  Reviewed by Shadowiii
  Playtime: 3-6 hours and 0 minutes
  Overall: A+
  "This is quite possibly the greatest OHR-RPG of all time. Get it, and see that the OHR can indeed be used to make professional quality games. "

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