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Identiques à ceux de la version Saturn, les graphismes sont tout aussi colorés et les couleurs très dynamiques. Cerise sur le gâteau, cette version Playstation est entièrement francisée ! On ne perd ainsi rien des jeux de mots, qui sont monnaie courante, ni du scénario, complètement loufoque.
Ce volet PlayStation est en tout point identique à celui d'en face, si ce n'est que les dialogues ont fait l'objet d'un doublage de qualité et que l'interface est compatible avec la souris.
If you ever played the first one and liked it then you will not be disappointed as this game is very well executed. For those of you who haven't if you're looking for a graphic adventure it doesn't get much better than this.
Discworld II is basically a point ‘n’ click adventure, and not the sort of game you can switch just on and bang through in half an hour (it takes about that long just to get through the intro sequence!). If you like this kind of game, then you should enjoy this, although the speed of the animation can be annoying at times. If you’re a fan of Terry Pratchett, then Discworld II is a must, even though many of the jokes seem to been lifted directly from the pages of his books. A hearty adventure that proves to be enjoyable, but not as polished as Broken Sword 2.
Discworld II is not my type of game. Aside from the slowdown problems and frequent loading, fans of this genre will probably like this title. For people who really don't enjoy this type of game or people who have never played one before, I suggest you pass on by.
Although the game is sometimes clever, in the end, it's the laughs that make this game even vaguely interesting. If you're a fan of Douglas Adams or Monty Python, you'll probably appreciate the humor and have fun. If you're not interested in page flipping point and click adventures then this is probably a game you'll want to pass on.