Summary: I play alot of rpgs and this game is really good. I rate it next to Morrowind/Oblivian..just not quite as long to play. Good graphics and sound. Lots of quests..and morphing into the dragon is pretty awesome.
Summary: Having played Divine Divinity and hating it, I was a bit wary of trying this game out. It looked different enough, so I decided to give it a go. I'm certainly glad I did. I've not been drawn into a game this much since I finished Dragon Age. The story drew me in almost immediately. The cinematic opening and cutscenes were to die for. The music was absolutely beautiful and seemed to change often so you weren't stuck hearing the same song over and over.
Summary: I don't usually write reviews for games, but this one is particularly good. The game's large world and innumerable side quests make exploring fun and rewarding, especially once you can take your dragon form. The quests are diverse, not your typical "kill the monster" boring side quest with lame rewards (a great feature in this game is you can pick one of several rewards for any quest, allowing you to cater to you character's style).
Summary: This is a great game. You get to play as both human and dragon. Flying the dragon is fun and shooting fireballs too. You can even equip it with armour that you find throughout the game. There are tons of side quests to do and it is very entertaining. Some of the dialogue is very funny. A few of them made me LOL! Would highly recommend this game. Lots of fun!
Fallout + Oblivion + Diablo 2 + Dungeon Seige + The Witcher = Divinity II
Stefano Laterza "FatStefano", Amazon
5 July 2011
Summary: Okay, I am not some high profile critic or anything similar, but I do love to play Hack/Slash RPG's. This is like my 2nd or 3rd game review (in the last 10 years), but I had to give this game some credit that was due. I am only about 4-6 hours into the game, but so far - It's one of the best RPG's that I have played in a long time. I'll keep it short and sweet: PRO's = Graphics, Top Notch! The same graphics engine used by Fallout 3 and Oblivion.