Submitted by Cyrus365 1950d ago | review

Game Vortex: Divinity II: Ego Draconis Review

Game Vortex writes: "Divinity II Ego Draconis sets you down in the lush world of Rivellon. It is indeed beautiful, but you may have to stand still to appreciate it, literally. It doesn't take long to notice the jittery movement of everything, and a framerate that wants to take a nose dive as soon as any action starts. Yes, stand still, and you can appreciate the sun streaming through the leaves, the babbling brooks, and the awesome ancient structures. The same goes for the human inhabitants of the world. Everyone must practically dance out everything they say, with huge, exaggerated movements to accompany the simplest, "Hello Slayer." The leader of the Dragon Slayers moves with all the poise of a sassy cheerleader at times. All this takes some getting used to, but it can never quite be pushed aside." (Divinity 2: Ego Draconis, f Divinity 2: Ego Draconis, Xbox 360) 70/100

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