Summary: Great game if a bit out-dated. Great music and (2d) graphics overall IMO. Even with it's flaws, the game was amazing. I certainly don't like hack n slash games but for some reason it kept me entertained for hours. At one point I actually felt a bit weird, realizing I'd committed genocide of one race, it felt kinda desolate and no game had really impacted me in that way before (and I'm not sure why).
Summary: Don't expect something like Baldur's Gate, Planescape: Torment, etc. and you'll love this game. There's an interesting world to explore that is very open-ended (for those that like this sort of thing). The quests are great, and while the characters aren't the most fleshed out, the rest of the world balances this out. If you can overlook the quirky combat and can come to love the graphics, then you'll find this open-world hack and slash a great game.
Summary: This game is simply amazing and timeless. I played this a good few years ago closer to when it came out and picked it up recently when it came out on Steam due to nostalgia (and it's damn cheap!), half expecting it to be crap because of age - like playing one of the first Pokemon games again. On the contrary, I loved every minute of it just like when I first played it through.
Summary: One of the greatest 2D RPGs ever released! Still love playing it. Only costs 5$ on Steam, worth every penny twice! Both music and the graphic style are stunning, the story is really good and it just makes me feel nostalgic.
Summary: One of the problems with being a small studio is that you don't get the breaks the big boys get when it comes to quality. If this had been a Bioware title in would have been rated in the mid 90s instead of the 80s. The fact of the matter is that this is a great game. People nit pick about the title, or call it a Diablo clone, or other such rot because they just need to find something bad to hide the fact that a small unknown group of developers kicked their ass.
Summary: As a fan of the Elder Scrolls series, when I first heard about this title, I was already sold. In Divine Divinity, you play as Warrior, Survivor, or a Mage. While simple sounding, it's far more in depth than that. Put simply, regardless of whatever class you choose, no skills are restricted to you. Can't pick a lock? Teach yourself how with a Skill Point. Melee enemies killing you? Teach yourself to use a shield and sword along with your magic.
Summary: A game that makes me completely nostalgic. The graphics still don't look completely outdated to me. The textures are warm, dark and suiting. Possibly the best music I have ever heard in a videogame. And although I didn't play this game as much for it's main storyline, I had a fantastic time exploring every bit of the map. The details in it are immense, and the game often me made me smile or laugh even in the most harsh dungeons because of it's excellent humour.
Summary: The graphics were awful, and the storyline was worse. I was expecting a decent game since it was rated one of the top 10 games, but I was sorely disappointed. I know it is an older game so obviously I should expect bad graphics, but really there was nothing good about this game. I tried it, and kept trying, thinking maybe it would get better...but hope never came.