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.
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...
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.
Compelling story, good gameplay, left me wanting more
John S. Glassmyer, Amazon
22 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!
Summary: Divinity 2 mixes elements of fantasy RPG with twitchy-action fighting. I'll start with some negatives: I found the back-story intriguing, but the in-game story development is rushed. Parts of the story seem a bit stretched. The graphics engine looks dated.
Summary: The end of this decade was a small Golden Age for cRPGs. Oblivion , The Witcher , Fallout 3 , Dragon Age , Risen , even the humble Torchlight revived the genre with fresh ideas and renewed vigor. And DIVINITY II: ERGO DRACONIS comes as the cherry to this cake.