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It's a slow game, and its hard to make it past the first few minutes. After that, it starts getting interesting, as your merchant employers get you out to see the world. The world gradually involves you, until the real plot manifests. Its slow going, but worth it.
Overall this title reminds me of a budget minded Dungeon Siege, a game I liked very much. It lacks the depth and the beauty DS has but remember it only has a MSRP of about 20 bucks. It also lacks any MP capability so everything will be solo or using AI companions. If your budget is tight and you are looking for an RPG that is affordable, this maybe right up your alley. If you are a gamer who needs a bit more and has a bit more dough, you may want to pass on this one.
Konung 2 est un petit RPG PC sans prétention, mais qui regroupe les bases principales à la construction d'une trame à vocation épique. Vous prendrez sûrement plaisir à parcourir les terres enneigées même si ce ne sont pas l'originalité et encore moins la qualité graphique qui vous tiendront en éveil et vous pousseront à accomplir votre destinée. Un divertissement qui convient à la limite aux novices et qui pourra participer à la découverte de ce genre fantastique qu'est le RPG, par le biais de son petit prix, environ 15 euros. Moyen et peu intéressant sera l'avis des spécialistes qui délaisseront bien vite ce soft.
Konung 2 is still a game that clearly was a labor of love – it just wasn't a very calculated one. The developers are obviously fans of the tough-as-nails older PC RPGs and were trying to emulate that experience here, but their obvious inexperience with development has created a glitchy, cookie-cutter type of game that does not belong on anybody's hard drive. These guys need to cut their losses, get back to playing the games they love, and try their hands at another one in a couple of years.
Along with its other problems, Konung 2 also features sub-standard graphics, a clumsy interface that utilizes almost no hotkeys, and some of the worst ambient sounds you’re likely to hear in a game (one sound in a particular I couldn’t tell if it was supposed to be a bird or a monkey or an elephant or maybe that dinosaur you never see on Lost). So don’t be fooled into thinking that Konung 2 might be worthwhile to purchase since it’s only $20. I got it for free, and I hated it. If you’re interested in this type of game, then I’d recommend Prince of Qin instead.
As far as RPGs go, Konung 2 may very well be the worst I've ever played... Stay away from this disastrous sequel, even if someone gives it to you.