Divinity: Original Sin Review | OnlySP

OnlySP: Are you sick of games holding your hand as they walk you through a completely linear experience? Are you tired of being told how to jump or move the camera around despite there only being a few buttons on a controller? Are you looking for a game more akin to the old Infinity Engine games like Baldur’s Gate and Planescape: Torment that drop you into a world and tell you to explore? Well have I got a game for you. Divinity: Original Sin from Larian Studios is the next installment in the Divinity series of CRPGs and it doesn’t insult the player’s intelligence by forcing them through lengthy tutorials or by giving them a quest objective marker. You enter Original Sin’s fantasy world with nothing but your wits, your weapons, and the clothes on your back – the rest is up to you. If this sounds intriguing to you, then you should be excited, because aside from a few rough edges, Divinity: Original Sin delivers a really refreshing, old-school experience.

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