Reviews and Problems with Divinity: Dragon Commander
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Value for money 10
Fantasy, Warfare And Politics Collide
6 November 2013
Excerpt: I remember when I posted the original news story about Divinity: Divinity Dragon Commander. I read through the concept and it sounded interesting. Most strategy games allow little or no control over the common affairs within a country. This is doubly true for fantasy settings.
Conclusion: Divinity: Dragon Commander is a shotgun of a game. It blasts you with elements from half a dozen different genres and somehow manages to fuse them into a solid and engaging gameplay experience.
Conclusion: Divinity: Dragon Commander is a great title in what seems to become a good year for strategy games. Every piece of the experience works as intended and the mix of grand strategy, tactical battles, card use and resource management creates a huge number of potential paths to success and almost...
Pros: + Mix of strategy and dragon combat, + Card use on the strategic map, + Role-playing elements
Cons: - A learning curve associated with all units and abilities
Conclusion: Occasionally there are games that look terrible on the outside, but are just fun to play. Then again, perhaps me saying Divinity: Dragon Commander would be a terrible game because I hated the Divinity RPG series was a bit judgmental in the first place.
Summary: Dragons and jetpacks, Civilization and StarCraft . Mix'em all together and what do you get? Divinity: Dragon Commander . Okay, it's a bit more complicated than that, but those are certainly the core elements at play when discussing Divinity: Dragon Commander .
Excerpt: A much anticipated new entry into the highly acclaimed Divinity series takes the franchise in a much different direction. Stepping away from the isometric RPG genre or the third-person action-RPG setting of Divinity II, Larian Studios thrusts the franchise into a real-time strategy game with lots...
Pros: Awesome strategic elements in the planning and battle phases, Addictive “one more turn” allure, You can summon a dragon with a jetpack; need I say more?
Cons: A few more highlevel unit types would have been nice, Politics system completely breaks immersion and detracted from my overall experience
Conclusion: Larian Studios has released a very, very good game with Divinity: Dragon Commander. Combining elements of various different genres, Divinity: Dragon Commander gives the player the total experience in trying to wrestle the remnants of an empire from your estranged siblings.
Conclusion: So, once again we have another Larian game that has all of the trademark personality and wit that makes their games so fun to play, and once again we do have a few more of the issues that their past games can be criticized for - namely, lack of depth in favor of a wide, if somewhat unusual feature...
Summary: As with Divinity II: Ego Draconis , Divinity: Dragon Commander has many wonderful ideas that are too frequently unevenly executed. Larian, a small studio, continued to work on and improve Ego Draconis after its release, culminating in an enhanced re-release that addressed many of the original’s...