Reviews and Problems with Divinity II: Ego Draconis
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26 January 2014
Summary: Well, I was in the market for a good Dragon game. That is, a game where you play as a dragon. Anyway, I had heard of this game via internet and I got it for Christmas. I was so exited when I booted it into my xbox! How disappointed was I when I saw how the graphics were nothing but grainy textures. There were no tutorials for much of anything, as I quickly found I could not find out how to map anything to anything. And the difficulty, oooh the difficulty.
Summary: Before I review this I would like to warn you to buy the newer version of this, since it has almost a whole games worth of extra DLC, and the graphics have been improved upon~ Let me start off by saying that this game is huge, and it will definitely be alot of fun to any true RPG fan out there that likes content in their gaming experience.
Summary: Okay, I bought this game in mind that the first Divinity was a great game. My verdict is Ego Draconis is mediocre, lacking. The one key thing IMO is that the world isn't full enough, enemies don't seem interesting, there aren't many little things laying around which you can read, there's very little lore and such.
Summary: There is a pretty serious bug with this game's save system. You can save your game, play for an hour or so and then save over the previous game. if u get killed, your game will load at the previous location (not where you saved it) about 60 - 70% of the time.
Summary: first off wheres the case kinda lame to have a game with no book or case not cool and very unpleased with the product at least be honest when you say its like new that means it has the material it was originally sold with
Summary: I am an adult healthcare professional who likes to play a few RPGs in order to escape the ugliness an emergency department at a major hospital can bring. I usually wait until the "pre-puberty gamers" are done writing reviews and spending high prices to be the first ones to play a video game upon their initial release. After playing the most recent Elder scrolls, I wanted to buy a decent game to play, and according to the reviews this one seemed to be a good choice.
Summary: Been playing this game for a few weeks now and her goes my review. Graphic: 9 The Graphic is dark age mostly, but there are light areas in the game, but as always in my book, graphic is the last thing on the list to a good game. I would not recommend playing this game on a 32" as I do, but it works okay. Sound: 8 The sound is actually good, but some places you get tired of what I call small sound bugs. Like tumbling sounds of a keg rolling, which keeps repeating it self.
Summary: Yet another game with good idea's and no execution. It's lack of polish is criminal as it's full of bugs, glitches and other game ending fun. It has a interesting story but due to the spotty voice acting and tedium you really have to grind it out to care. Graphically it's regular Xbox quality, gameplay wise it's repetitive and clunky.
Summary: Honestly? If you like RPGs you will love this, if you don't like RPGs you won't. There is no hand holding in this game, it is hard and the enemies will beat you in to a pulp if you end up in the wrong place at the wrong time, the puzzles for extra loot are quite challenging as well as requiring a lot of ingenuity from the player's part.