Summary: Divinity 2 is a fun, fast action fantasy RPG that offers challenging fights, strategy, and puzzle-solving. The game has great voice actors, catchy music, and entertaining quests. Although the aesthetic character options in the beginning are very limited, the skill and ability options are grandiose.
Summary: Ok so I purchased this game on a whim. I tend to do this from time to time as it is how I have found some of my favorite games of all time. This game rated right up there with my top 10 favorites. I say there is nothing like an open world where you can just jump off a cliff and morph into a dragon during free fall. (+)Ok so combat is pretty simple to manipulate.
Summary: I bought this game knowing only that I had played other "Divinity" games, as Divine Divinity and the cheesy "Beyond Divinity" a sort of hack-up spin off to the main project. This editon is indeed the sequal to Divine it is on a scale that rivals the others as diminishing thier significance, this game is BETTER than Dragon Age, though it uses the same or similar engine.
Summary: After buying a few dismal games, only to view a critic's review after the fact and realizing "I should have read this first" I normally trust what the critics have to say. But not in this case. I think this game is great. The mind-read feature that I keep reading about how it was implemented to its full potential I think works out just fine. Its not required to complete quests, but it DOES give insight into some, and offers passwords and other things to get hidden loot.
Excerpt: Cecil, a Dark Knight from the Kingdom of Baron, loyally serves his king and becomes commander of the Red Wings. However, when the king orders him to steal a crystal from the town of Mysidia, Cecil begins to question the king's morality, and ultimately forms an alliance of warriors to oppose Baron.
Excerpt: This review is based on the original SNES game released in the USA. Final Fantasy IV appeared after the series' great success on the NES. This time a larger central story and even individual characters with strong personalities made their appearance. The forth game in the popular series follows a Dark Knight as he abandons the corrupt kingdom he once served in hopes of turning to the side of light.
Compelling story, good gameplay, left me wanting more
John S. Glassmyer, Amazon
23 January 2010
Summary: Divinity II: Ego Draconis is an action-RPG with a ton of customizability of combat skills, great storytelling, a bit of a lonesome, tragic world setting, plenty of exploration and side-quests to do in addition to the linear main quest line, and a very abrupt ending! In terms of gameplay, the game has a good sense of movement. You can jump forward or backward or roll to either side to evade enemies.