History YMMV / Risen

29th Jul '16 7:57:25 AM Anddrix
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* WinBackTheCrowd: Though still a BaseBreaker, Risen 3 has been considered a ''huge'' improvement over Risen 2, mainly due to the re-addition of magic and just having that ''VideoGame/{{Gothic}}'' feeling many felt Risen 2 lacked.

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* WinBackTheCrowd: Though still a BaseBreaker, divisive, Risen 3 has been considered a ''huge'' improvement over Risen 2, mainly due to the re-addition of magic and just having that ''VideoGame/{{Gothic}}'' feeling many felt Risen 2 lacked.
27th Jun '16 5:10:55 PM jake38
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* GoodBadBugs: Due to the way the game is programmed, [=NPCs=] can kill a defeated enemy while yelling "You die!", and moments later claim that they'll find the one responsible for the murder.
27th Jun '16 5:09:04 PM jake38
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* WinBackTheCrowd: Though still a BaseBreaker, Risen 3 has been considered a ''huge'' improvement over Risen 2, mainly due to the re-addition of magic and just having that ''VideoGame/Gothic'' feeling many felt Risen 2 lacked.

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* WinBackTheCrowd: Though still a BaseBreaker, Risen 3 has been considered a ''huge'' improvement over Risen 2, mainly due to the re-addition of magic and just having that ''VideoGame/Gothic'' ''VideoGame/{{Gothic}}'' feeling many felt Risen 2 lacked.
27th Jun '16 5:05:54 PM jake38
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** In Risen 2, the sequence leading up to and subsequent fight between Crowe's Earth Titan when you unlock the Titan Harpoon at the end of Act 1. Marching to the ruins with you're chosen faction, destroying anything that gets in your way, then annihilating the other faction in a big showdown before the boss fight proper starts is an extremely satisfying payoff for the 10 or so hours spent convincing the faction to help you.

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** In Risen 2, the sequence leading up to and subsequent fight between Crowe's Earth Titan when you unlock the Titan Harpoon at the end of Act 1. Marching to the ruins with you're your chosen faction, destroying anything that gets in your way, then annihilating the other faction factions forces in a big showdown before the boss fight proper starts is an extremely satisfying payoff for the 10 or so hours spent convincing the faction to help you.
27th Jun '16 5:05:24 PM jake38
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** In Risen 2, the sequence leading up to and subsequent fight between Crowe's Earth Titan when you unlock the Harpoon. Marching to the ruins with you're chosen faction, destroying anything that gets in your way, then annihilating the other faction in a big showdown before the boss fight proper starts is an extremely satisfying payoff for the 10 or so hours spent convincing the faction to help you.

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** In Risen 2, the sequence leading up to and subsequent fight between Crowe's Earth Titan when you unlock the Harpoon.Titan Harpoon at the end of Act 1. Marching to the ruins with you're chosen faction, destroying anything that gets in your way, then annihilating the other faction in a big showdown before the boss fight proper starts is an extremely satisfying payoff for the 10 or so hours spent convincing the faction to help you.
27th Jun '16 5:04:29 PM jake38
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** In Risen 2, the sequence leading up to and subsequent fight between Crowe's Earth Titan when you unlock the Harpoon. Marching to the ruins with you're chosen faction, destroying anything that gets in your way, then annihilating the other faction in a big showdown before the boss fight proper starts is an extremely satisfying payoff for the 10 or so hours spent convincing the faction to help you.



* IdiotPlot: Risen 3. The plot depends on Bones [[spoiler: not telling the hero that he noticed suspicious behaviour in one of their crewmates. He even tells the hero there was always "something more important" than '''telling the hero there might be a traitor on board that is sabotaging the mission'''.]] This is supposed to be funny and part of Bones' quirkiness but actually pushes your [[TheLancer Lancer]] into WhatAnIdiot territory.

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* IdiotPlot: Risen 3. The plot depends on Bones [[spoiler: not telling the hero that he noticed suspicious behaviour behavior in one of their crewmates. He even tells the hero there was always "something more important" than '''telling the hero there might be a traitor on board that is sabotaging the mission'''.]] This is supposed to be funny and part of Bones' quirkiness but actually pushes your [[TheLancer Lancer]] into WhatAnIdiot territory.



* WinBackTheCrowd: Though still a BaseBreaker, Risen 3 has been considered a ''huge'' improvement over Risen 2.

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* WinBackTheCrowd: Though still a BaseBreaker, Risen 3 has been considered a ''huge'' improvement over Risen 2.
2, mainly due to the re-addition of magic and just having that ''VideoGame/Gothic'' feeling many felt Risen 2 lacked.
9th Jun '16 8:12:23 PM fusilcontrafusil
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!!The film:

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!!The film:film:
* HilariousInHindsight: Cliff Curtis played the father of Keisha Castle-Hughes's character in ''Film/WhaleRider''. Castle-Hughes later played Mary the mother of Jesus in ''Film/TheNativityStory''.
29th Mar '16 10:08:04 AM Quag15
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!!The video game:

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!!The movie:

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!!The movie:film:
29th Mar '16 10:07:31 AM Quag15
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!!The video game:



* WinBackTheCrowd: Though still a BaseBreaker, Risen 3 has been considered a ''huge'' improvement over Risen 2.

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* WinBackTheCrowd: Though still a BaseBreaker, Risen 3 has been considered a ''huge'' improvement over Risen 2.2.

!!The movie:
5th Dec '15 8:50:23 PM Baluar
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* AlternativeCharacterInterpretation: When you use a Joke spell on Inquisitor Mendoza, he doesn't laugh out as loud as other characters, and at the end of it, he says "It's been too long since I laughed". He may be a real bastard most of the time, [[spoiler: and his attempts at releasing the Titan don't exactly make him any more relatable]], but who knows how much horrors he's been through? Maybe he is indeed doing what he thinks is best, instead of being the delusional old man that everyone takes him for.
* CrowningMomentOfAwesome: Your fight with [[spoiler:the fire Titan]] in the finale of the original game. It may be because you're [[spoiler: fighting a [[PrecisionFStrike fucking]] [[PlayingWithFire fire]] [[AttackOfThe50FootWhatever Titan]], or it may be because you're using [[ArmorOfInvincibility the old Titan Lord's armor]], which is absolutely BadAss]], but either way, it's awesome. [[BossDissonance The fight]] [[AntiClimaxBoss proper]], on the other hand...
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