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Following in the steps of part one, this 6 meg version of Neutopia has all the same ingredients, with better graphics, music, and a longer quest. If you liked part 1, you'll love part 2. I'd love to see a version on CD...Neutopia 3?
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Mit etwas Phantasie kann man sich durchaus seine eigene Story zu den Bildern machen und mit etwas Geduld das Modul spielen. Allerdings gehen einem dabei doch zuviel Informationen und Hinweise verloren, so daß irgendwie doch kein rechtes Feeling aufkommt. Schade drum, aber vielleicht sollten wir doch alle noch Japanisch lernen.
I enjoyed Neutopia II, despite the cookie-cutter graphics and its overall similarity to the first game. It's a long game, which makes it a value, yet it moves along quickly. Although this game is derivative of the Zelda series, it would be nice to see this story brought back and turned into a brand new game for one of the newer consoles. As it is, Neutopia II is a disappointing Zelda clone that should have been a lot more inventive than it actually is.