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Divinity II: Ego Draconis - PC

CDV Software Entertainment

Divinity II: Ego Draconis - PC

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  • The ability to build your own ultimate fighting creature from body parts collected in battle. This creature's power is literally the sum of its body parts, and once created it will follow your commands Golem fashion.
  • Sequel to an award-winning Divinity RPG series, that makes use of the same classless system that was incorporated in earlier games, which allows you to choose your own path as you become a Dragon Knight.
  • For the first time, an RPG unlocks the power of the Dragon. Climb high and vaporize all that stands in your way as you strategically use both your human and dragon forms to defeat Damian and become the ultimate Dragon Knight.
  • Divinity II provides a wide range of moral choices while questing. When you make these choices, the consequences of your actions appear throughout game play, and keep the action exciting and intertwined.
  • Use of powerful Battle Towers, vast citadels accessible via the relic known as the Dragon Stone. The Dragon Stone allows you to teleport to the Battle Tower at any moment so that you can utilize the powers within.
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Divinity IIThe 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. It was so fast that it was basically just a matter of pressing the mouse button as fast as possible. (I prefer a slower, back and forth sort of duel as in Mount and Blade or even Risen) Ranged combat was even more unrealistic. Just aim in the general direction of the enemy and click once to draw and fire. You have unlimited arrows and can fire almost as fast as you can click, sort of like having a Gatling bow!Special powers and skills were awkward to use. You could assign them to the number keys and then press the key to use - hard when you are using the WASD keys to move around. I wish they would have allowed you to use the scroll wheel on the mouse to select the one you wanted and then press it (middle mouse) to use. Basically you end up having to constantly pause the game to effectively use your skills and spells. That defeats the whole purpose of playing an action game. They could have made it a straight rpg (like Dragon Age Origins) so pausing would not break the flow of the game.There were way too many magic weapons and armor in the game. As a result, it didn't feel special when you found something.The quests were well done. There was a great sense of exploration to the game. It just kept getting bigger and bigger as you went along with new areas having an entirely different feel. I especially loved the winding paths cut into the sides of mountains. It reminded me of the old Carl Barks/Uncle Scrooge stories about adventures in the Andes. I wouldn't call it a sandbox game though as enemies don't respawn.When you finally get to turn into a dragon, it seems like a whole new game has been entered - almost like an aerial dogfight game.For most of the game I was debating on whether to give the game a four or a five rating but the ending spoiled it for me. When I finally got to what I assume was the end, the difficulty of the game ramped up so much that it became tedious, just constantly saving, getting killed, reloading, etc. Finally I made it through the dragon stage, then entered the arena stage, got through that but finally quit on the final (I guess) fight with 2 big bosses plus their helpers. I don't claim to be a great player but have finished games like Morrowind, Witcher, and Fallout 3 on the medium difficulty level. This was way harder than any of them. The skills and spells it turns out are not equally useful. Yes, you can pay to reassign your skill points but that pretty much destroys the sense of immersion in the game. It seems to me that you should be able to play any style of character, ranger, fighter, mage or thief, and still be able to ultimately "win" the game. I suppose if I had done every quest, found every key, etc. I would have had a stronger character at the end but to me it destroys the replay value if you do everything the first time around.To summarize, if you like rpg's you should get this game now that the price is lower. It has many nice features but ultimately for me it became more frustrating than fun.3Good gameDivinity 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. You can customize your character to fit your play style, even if you want to be a bow-wielding Mage with an Undead minion, and the ability to switch to a two handed sword to slaughter any enemies who come to close to you.This is a good game, but I did run into a few technical issues with it, which is why I had to rethink giving the game 5 stars. After doing quite a bit of research, uninstallation and reinstallation of both the game and my graphics driver, almost everything was all set. There are a few random freezes that still occurred while transitioning between areas, in addition to an occasional loading screen that never stopped loading.Despite the technical issues, I really enjoyed this game and would recommend it to other gamers who enjoy fast-action fantasy RPGs.4Don't overlook this game- sleeper of the yearAfter reading the 4 positive reviews I decided to take a chance buying this game and I'm glad I did. I've been playing it for more than a week now and it reminds me of all the great games of the past. This game has to be the "sleeper of the year". The graphics are excellent and the story line will keep you busy for hours. The scenery is in my opinion better than Risen. Combat varies from place to place because in some areas you may be fighting a level 25 character and in other places a level 10 character so you have to know when to run. There are plenty of monsters to kill and the story line will keep you coming back for more. As in the other role playing games there are puzzles to solve and you may need to access a helping website to figure them out. After you level up you have a choice of going in any direction whether it be magic or swordfighting skills so your character can be modified to whatever direction you wish to go. I've only been playing this game for a short time but I can't pull myself away from it because it will keep you coming back for more. I'm really surprised that more people haven't purchased this game because they are really missing a great experience. So if you are a role playing addict like me and loved The Witcher, Risen, DragonAge, Chernobyl and Gothic do yourself a favor and buy this game. You will not be disappointed. And as far as DRM or any other crapola there is no problem as far as I can see. It's been said that there is DRM but it hasn't affected me in any way and there doesn't seem to be any install limits like other games we know and hate. I have had absolutely no problems with a quad core Vista machine and 3 gigs of Ram and the game runs flawlessly. So enjoy. Just an update for you gamers. I'm still playing this game and I still love it. I usually play games for hours at a time and still haven't finished all the quests. Definitely on par with Oblivion and The Witcher and will probably be a candidate for game of the year. A word of advice, get yourself an undead helper to keep the bad guys busy because the bad guys focus on your helper first which gives you an opportunity to kill them. On the helping websites many complain that some of the bad guys are too strong. If you go it alone relying on your character only, the game may be too hard for yours if it doesn't have enough points.5Well worth the wait but I hope it is not as long for the follow up.I was a BIG fan of the original Divine Divinity particularly because of the character and item customization, open ended world, treasure hunting aspects, subtle (and not so subtle) humor and puzzles. It is all here and with a new 3D interface. Sure, as others have reviewed, the graphics are a tad bit outdated but I still find the world and environments to be very attractive and the voice acting and character development are pretty good.I am only at 12th level so I haven't gotten to the point where you take dragon form but have very much appreciated the familiarity with the original game.My biggest problem with the game is regarding the search function. In some games they make it very easy to find items, doors etc. by holding the alt key or such and then words pop up to tell what the item is or just highlight it. In the original version you had to move the mouse around the room to find stuff, a little harder and a bit tedious but you had to actually hunt around. In this game you do not have a free mouse pointer to scan the room since moving the mouse moves your character. Now you have to move your character every where and point him in the correct direction with very little room for error. This makes it difficult to the point of being tedious.Maybe the game developers can add this as a skill. You have to be practically on top of the item, door or secret passage to find it without skill points but you get a wider circle with more skill points and when you get near the items glow or such.I do like the save system. I save before engaging enemies and can reload if they are too tough for me without having to start at a specific point. Chests spawn items randomly so it is also nice to save and reload a few times making sure to save the game with items that you think you may want before reloading to the point before opening the chest. There are only 100 saves possible so I create an oldsaves folder in the same directory that the saves folder is in and move the oldest out by date to make sure that you don't over write older games.Any way, if you like treasure hunting, and customizing your character and items then you should very much enjoy this game.5Good Game... but short.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. Considering that if you get in to trouble and you are outside, you can just disengage and morph into a dragon and all your ground targets will disengage you (be careful where you do this as air targets may be worse than the ground targets). Indoor combat is challenging in the beginning however, as you progress in the game well placed points will make you overpowered and you can basically kill everything in your path. Combat in dragon form took a little longer for me to master as targets can be hard to find and/or see sometimes. Air targets have high hit points and do large amounts of damage. However another key factor about the air combat was the ability to bob and weave to avoid being hit at all. I recommend dumping points into heal as you level up. Overall I liked the combat aspect.(+) Story line is pretty good and kept me going all the way until the end of the game. The layout for your base was fresh and original. No having to travel from this town to that town. In this game you actually have your own base that you use to store gear, upgrade weapons, skills and powers, send out searching parties that collect resources for you. It's nice having your own tower with servants that do everything from running errands for you to dancing for you.(-) Quests were sometimes difficult to understand and some quest items were extremely hard to find because the quest objectives and descriptions were very vague. You would have to do quite a bit to complete what would seem to be a simple quest. Another quick thing i noted that I liked was the fact that really good items come from questing and crafting. You can find some decent set items off the final bosses but by that time you should be pretty OP already and it really won't matter much what your wearing.(-) Game was short. I beat it in about one day play time. Also the maps are extremely small for a dragon that can fly from one end to the other in about a minute or so. If they could build an online version similar to WoW I think they could really have something. Note - since I wrote this review, I noticed that an extended version of the game has come out. I recommend buying that version as it sounds like it is the same game just with upgraded maps and more content.Overall the game was simple and to some gamers that may seem unattractive. For me this game was well worth its price in gold. I rarely find a game I can say I truly enjoyed. I truly enjoyed this one. Like I said earlier my biggest dislikes was the small maps and relatively short story line. Other than that it was definitely a winner.4Not Bad...Sometimes I run into a game that just doesn't seem what you expect. This game fits that category. It seemed a bit interesting and yet strange at first to me. Since I haven't played any of the Divinity titles this might be way. Plays good but I seemed to have a bit of problem dealing with certain control. That was more that likely me as I tend to like a controller and not the KB and mouse. The game looks good and plays well. I decided to fool around with it a bit more so there might be more to follow here....5Didn't like the first one, but loved this oneHaving 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. I was pleasantly surprised at all of the skills you can upgrade and that you didn't have to stick within one class. You can take ranks in any class and skill you want! There were a few glitches here and there, mostly graphical in nature. But a quick reloading of a saved game usually fixes that. The major glitch was the mute statues, but you can easily find the solution to this on the internet. Being able to switch back and forth into your dragon form was very nice and different and added a unique touch to this game. Those anti-dragon zones got on my nerves sometimes though.The only thing I would have done differently is make some more main areas, like Broken Valley and the Fjords. While these areas were pretty expansive, it did make the world feel limited. Overall, I was pleasantly surprised by this game and would recommend it to anyone.And the ending.....did not see it coming. I'm happily downloading the sequel now!5Great gameAfter 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. Your quest to turn into a dragon keeps you going, and I think the story line is actually pretty good. The combat can be a bit harsh, but then again, maybe that has something to do with the fact that I'm trying to be a wizard who shoots arrows and swings axes :P I do recommend this game to anyone who enjoyed the likes of Dragon Age, and Neverwinter Nights.BTW, SAVE OFTEN!!!!! There is no pre-set quick-save button, but you can make one in the control options. DO SO!4Mmmm, okDefinitely 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 early game is difficult in which you often face multiple enemies close to or at the level you are, so combat is a matter of careful planning and strategic retreats. Potions and food increase hit points, but it takes quite a while to re-heal-so there is a bit of waiting around. There are no health spas, fountains or magic circles of healing; being killed takes you back to your last save game, so save often, very often. You cannot enchant or use gems until you reach theBattle Tower, in mid game. Nor do killer opponents drop good weps or armor early on, so you are vulnerable. After the Battle Tower the game play gets easier. Either way, you will-or I did anyway- need to reference online walkthrough to find and finish the quests, mainly because the maps on the W/Ts are so helpful.Later on the game you can morph into a Dragon which is fun, flying and zapping things, so that is worth playing for.Not a great game, but it is not a dump from the hard drive either. Good for gamers who do not own super powerful, new graphic card computers, as I do not. Once you learn its quirks of game play, it becomes more fun.3incredible game but a swine for an auto save!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. I have not needed any sort of "activation" or rediculous "acount" to play either, yet it does have some safeguards that can be troublesome. DRM and some ultra paranoid CD scan "SucUROM" but it, at least does not require some kind of tedium of getting online passwords that could be hacked and phished out of your account and you with it.(and w/o any hope of ever getting the "rites" back) lull. anyhow, this game is every bit as good and has the same quality dialogue and storytelling + attributes and character developement. Your even a Dragon Warrior, rather than a "Grey Warden" yet the concept is similar with one big important difference, here you are able to metamorph into a dragon in order to fight them. In addtion to your boss being a hot-blooded blonde chic istead of a dude with a monk's tude, your also put on many elebourate missions prior your initiation into your elite class(in addtion to your chosen skill paths). Trying to master those paths can be tiresome and tedious, and skill points must be carefully planned as well. Level ups can be tedious and that auto save doesn't always "save" at critical moments, only part of the time, you must still remember to save. At level "1" after your given the "treatment" your attributes all role down to 1 and you will relearn all. This can make it impossible until about level 4 because you can be killed trying to level up until your infantile strenght, dexterity, spirit, ect is reasonable. also you only start with some base level skill in one of the three classes, fireball is not used, as it is pathetic, whirlwind is somewhat better(for warriors) and the poison shot I haven't gone through as a ranger yet. Once you get to adult level human norms in the attributes and gain some decent skill(feats) you then can contiune the main quest and initate to become a Dragon Warrior. This is not easy this game is truely a challenge, not for the casual gamer nor any who have played a lot of modern games that have all layed out and are no challenge, this game is one you'll reload a lot, as games of long ago! Not to mention, it is intriguing enough to keep you interested well into the early morning hours!(as games should be!!!)4
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