Evoland 2: A Slight Case of Spacetime Continuum Disorder Crack/Patch

Evoland 2: A Slight Case of Spacetime Continuum Disorder Evoland 2 is a very unique RPG, with its graphic style and gameplay changing as you progress through a deep storyline based on time travel.

Download Evoland 2: A Slight Case of Spacetime Continuum Disorder Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 76 / 100
User rating
Downloads 881
Genre Adventure, General
Company / Developer
Shiro Games / Shiro Games

Evoland 2: A Slight Case of Spacetime Continuum Disorder reviews ( 5 )

EggManStudio, Sep 11, 2015

Whilst Evoland was a straight-up pisstake of the RPG genre, Evoland 2 does something genuinely impressive by juggling both being a pisstake of most game genres and actually being quite good in all of those genres. One minute it's a topdown RPG, the next you're doing a puzzle a la Professor Layton, later you're doing stealth, and after that it becomes a Metroidvania - and this is all in the first two hours. It's fantastic and I would reccommend it any day.

minuano2k, Jan 7, 2018

정말 온갖 패러디의 향연이네요..ㅋㅋ 온갖 고전 장르를 망라하는듯한 올드게이머의 향수를 자극하는 토탈 패키지 같습니다. 그리고 이러한 망라된 장르들이 일부에선 난잡하다는 평도 종종있는데, 전 이정도 다양성을 갖춘걸 감안하면 그래도 꽤 잘 조화되게 만든편이라 느껴졌습니다. 사양도 거의 안타면서 다채로운 그래픽을 즐길수 있고, 스토리도 완벽까진 아니지만, 꽤나 흥미롭고 재밌네요. 아쉬운점은, 무기아이템을 바꿀시, 전투스타일의 변화를 줬다면, 현재의 약간 단조로운 공격방식으로도 이정도 재미를 주는데, 그런 전투시스템을 구현했다면 더욱 높은 점수를 받을수있지 않았을까 싶어요. 2편도 전작보다 많은 발전을 이뤘는데, 더욱 발전된 3편이 나와주길 빕니다.

Nikoback, Aug 25, 2015

A few nitpicks and poorly explained things aside, Evoland 2 vastly improves the original game in every way. It gives a story that's entertaining, has tons of gameplay styles, and it's graphics are neat. It's clear that the concept still needs some fine tuning, but it's definitely worth it's asking price.

Mpbpl, Mar 15, 2018

This game goes the extra mile that Evoland never seemed to do, although the story is clumsy, at least this time there is a story, and the time travelling feels perfect for a game that creates different aspects of game, different genres and different graphics. If Evoland was something like a history check in the evolution of gaming - with graphics and gameplay gradually improving with no real story, Evoland 2 is the playground of that same evolution, everything starts simples gradually evolves and then is a free for all, going all over the place. Evoland 2 strikes more genres than the first like 2D fighting games, space shooters and gives a mini game that I found to be addicting and very fun. I love the fact that the game tackles different genres proving that, story-wise, it is better to change the gameplay for a better feel of the moment. If the characters are simple, and the story can be confusing or too simple sometimes, the time travelling with the different graphics, physics and gameplay make you forget all that.

nowinn8, Dec 1, 2016

I really wish this game was good. There's something here. An idea that could have been a great game, but instead we get a half baked slog though bad renditions of nostalgic game genres. The selling point of this game is its different game types. Similar to the first game, you 'evolve' the world by unlocking different aspects of the gaming world. In the first game you use this a few times as a puzzle solving tool, but in this game it is mearly a tool to set up the story and then the concept is droped; favoring plot points to change the gameplay. Its an interesting concept, but it falls flat when it is left behind in favor for the games bland story. The game types themselves are much more varied in this game as opposed to the first. Unfortunately, they are executed very poorly. The game sets itself up as a RPG, but throughout the game different events will change the game type for brief moments before the game unceremoniously drops you back into the main game playstyle. While the idea of the playstyle changing to fit the plot is an amazing idea, this game manages to mess it up. Outside of the RPG style (which has its own issues) each segment is poorly cobbled togeather caricatures of iconic game genres. Each one plays as the worse of each genre it imitates to the point that some segments are practically unplayable in their intended form. Each segment comes up unexpectidly and is gone again before you get the hang of what you are doing, which is a blessing in disguise because you will soon realize that each one is worse than the last. Eventually you will realize that all you want to do is play the RPG segments without bothering with everything else and here in lies the main issue regarding the game. The RPG aspect of the game is the only part that is remotely polished, but it is only used as an inbetween for the secondary playstyles. The RPG segments are only a go-between for the secondary segments. It fragments the play experience. The secondary segments become obstacle for the main gameplay, instead of a reward for playing well and figuring out whatever puzzle in the main game. The RPG segments feel more like running between minigames in a poorly designed Wii game's overworld. The plot does this game no favors. It is unoriginal at best. An almost direct ripoff of Chrono Trigger at worst. It's generic, bland and adds nothing to the gameplay besides giving you another place to go. Instead of taking the interesting concept of this game and creating a well thought out and clever story around it, the game tells the same store any other 16-bit RPG tells. Go here, find this, save her. The story could have been so much more; giving an actual commentary about the motifs of the genres that this game emulates. Gameplay issues aside, the game does have some upsides. The visual assets look amazing. The art direction is on point and follows through to almost all aspects of the game, despite the various styles. The FX are decent, but the music falls a little flat. At best it's forgetable background music. The performance issues are really the final nail in this game's coffin. There is no excuse for a game like this for function so poorly. The game itself lags (horribly at times) despite not being a particularly taxing game. There a few platforming segments that are practically unplayable because of this. Turning the graphics settings all the way down lessens some issues, but really there is no excuse. It shouldn't be an issue in the first place. The main complaint about the first game is that it was too short, but after seeing this one, I would say that was for the best. In playing Evoland 2 you will realize what you loved about old games. They did what they did, and they did it well. This game does none of that, instead opting to play on your nostalgia in the hopes that you don't realize how mediocre this game is. TL;DR The games alright if you really need the nostalgia fix, but even then, there are better option. It's a quaint idea, but its execution leaves a lot to be desired. 6/10