Reviews and Problems with Divinity II: Ego Draconis
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Final Fantasy IV Review (PC)
2 October 2014
Excerpt: I’ve mentioned a time or two that I am a long time gamer, yes I actually played Pong when it came out and I was the first kid in my neighborhood to have the Atari Computer System later to be known as the Atari 2600. So I have a long history with the Final Fantasy titles that dates back to their arrival. One of my favorites was Final Fantasy IV with its heavy and detailed storyline, especially for its time.
Conclusion: Toutefois, malgré cette dernière partie moins avantageuse pour les équipes de Larian Studios il faut reconnaître que l'ensemble de Divinity II: Ego Draconis est franchement plaisant. Faisant le pont allégrement entre le RPG pur et dur et l'action débridée, il se fend d'une capacité à nous plonger dans son univers médiéval où le manichéisme est inconnu.
Pros: Univers prenant, Transformation en dragon, Difficulté de certains passages, Mélange de RPG, jeu d'action et d'énigmes
Cons: Réalisation graphique inégale, Incongruité physiques, Blocage des zones
Excerpt: Divinity II: Ego Draconis is a large, complex game which promises many things, but often delivers only halfway on those promises. There are genuinely enjoyable experiences in the game, but between these experiences lie stretches of frustration and even boredom. This inconsistency plagues most aspects of Divinity II , from graphics to story to combat, creating the impression of a game that could have been far better than it is.
Conclusion: Though you could obtain a more polished experience, you'll be hardpressed to find an RPG that offers the same innovative direction. If it weren't for minor glitches and some finicky controls, Divinity II: Ego Draconis could easily sit amongst some of the genre's greatest.
Excerpt: In Divinity II, the hunter becomes the hunted. You begin this third-person role-playing game as a newly recruited dragon slayer, eager to join a bloodthirsty party tracking down a fearsome lizard. Soon, however, a turn of events transforms you into what you once reviled: a dragon knight who can slice through enemies on the ground as well as transform into a winged beast and take to the skies.
Pros: Fortress invasions are well paced and enjoyable, It's fun to fly around as a dragon, Lots of customizable weapons and armor, You piece together your own summoned creature
Cons: Level of challenge is wildly imbalanced, Bland story populated with bland characters, Mind reading feels half-baked, Glitches, bugs, and other oddities