Reviews and Problems with Divinity II: Ego Draconis
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lots of potential, but too lacking
Amazon Customer, Amazon
31 July 2013
Summary: pros: great graphics. Nice soundtrack. Nice touches of humour. Cons: awkward battles. Boring NPC's (the humour mentioned before is wasted, since the NPCs are ultra-boring and have no personality, they all say : 'Good day, Slayer!'. After playing some Morrowind, Oblivion, Fallout 3, Oblivion, Divinity II and finding them all ultra-boring, I turned to playstation games. I am playing Persona 4 and decided I will never buy a PC game again.
Summary: Definitely a B- quality RPG game, so don't expect Baldur's gate. It has neat graphics and an ok story line, not that that matters much to a gamer. You get to choose a heroic path, such as warrior, ranger (archer), mage/priest, but really any way you go, such as warrior, can use a bow, cast spells or heal. So you can tweek your character as you please.
The game feels like it works against itself for something that could have been better
Richard Baker "BinaryMessiah", Amazon
28 March 2012
Summary: The Good: Smooth animations, responsive controls, good story, playing as a dragon is awesome, interesting characters, lots of quests The Bad: Extremely difficult, have to exploit the game's mechanics to get past certain areas, forces you to do side quests to level up, the game is setup in a non-traditional sense, little to no direction on where to go or what to do Action RPG's tend to be picked on more than JRPG's mainly due to the fact that Western game companies tend...
Summary: The game is an Action/RPG played from 3rd person perspective. The image zooms automatically when the camera angle is lowered. Character creation allows limited variety: Male/Female, about a half dozen different faces and hairstyles, some tatoos and scars. The graphics were fine. The voice acting was great with some nice touches of humor. Melee combat was not satisfying. There was no ability to block or parry.
Summary: The game is nice, but it is a little buggy. For antialising, you need Nvidia Inspector(it's not hard to use). But it's very resource hungry. All it needs is a little patchwork. Not a bad game nonetheless.
Summary: We played this over two months (in between work and the holidays). Lots of fun, but the ending was lame! Upon ending, we promptly deleted the game from the computer. What a let-down. I would tell you why, but that would spoil the lame ending for everyone else. Maybe stop right before the last battle and create your own ending. That way you feel as if you hadn't wasted your time.
Summary: I have enjoyed playing this game on the PC. I have discovered some minor bugs, which were annoying, but overall, getting to the point of actually playing as a dragon is a lot of fun. There aer easy quests that can help with experience and money. There are also a couple of encounters that "seem" out of place, but that adds to the enjoyment (it isn't a strictly linear progression). It is fun to play and there are decent abilities to pursue.
Michael S. Calcaterra "What A Dumper On That ..., Amazon
8 June 2010
Summary: Game is written wonderfully, amazing graphics, awesome storyline, the best voice acting i've seen in any RPG ever. Too bad every single fight is an Epic battle. I swear, any engagement you'll come across in this game is an intense fight for your life. Nothing is easy, making this game extremely lacking in the fun factor overall. The quests are so much fun, the rewards are pretty cool, but every enemy engagement is ridiculous.
Summary: Ich kenne den früheren Preis nicht als das Game erschien, jetzt für 6,99 das ist Ok. Ein "nettes" Quest lastiges Hack and Slay RPG nicht viel neues im Prinzip, Goblins,Magier,Gimps,Drachen...die Tiefe fehlt. Spiele untereinander zu vergleichen ist immer so eine Sache gegen Oblivion,Morrowind u.Gothic nur als Beispiel ,kommt es jedenfalls nicht an.