Two Worlds Hits Retail

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SouthPeak Games, TopWare Interactive and Reality Pump Studios’ open-ended RPG Two Worlds has officially landed on retail shelves nationwide today for the PC and Xbox 360, in both a standard version and a collector’s edition packaged with a map, a hardbound role-playing book based on the game and a bonus disc containing art, music and video content. The standard and collector’s editions retail for $59.99 and $69.99 on the 360 respectively, while the PC versions ring up 10 bucks cheaper ($49.99 and $59.99).

“Two Worlds is a huge leap forward for role-playing games in terms of scale and new ideas,” said Melanie Mroz, Executive VP of SouthPeak. “We can’t wait for everyone to start exploring the world of Antaloor.”

SouthPeak is also hosting Two Worlds demos and competitions at its booth (#603) at the Penny Arcade Expo today through the weekend. And finally, we have a fresh batch of screenshots to leave you with.

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