Gamer Euphoria writes:
''Most games these days are often so straightforward and simplistic they play themselves. Where has the depth gone? Where is the requirement to actually have to think about what you’re doing? Why don’t the choices players make have genuine consequences? Well, Divinity: Dragon Commander tries to make it so that those questions aren’t even questions anymore, offering elements belonging to many different genres that are missing from games released today, and it does it rather well.''