Larian Studios have created an RPG that is at once a throwback to the glory days of PC RPG titles and a showcase of what can be achieved with a modern perspective - Writes Karlos Morale
I think I'm pretty much sold on this now, it sounds fantastic, and I think it will do nicely for weekends when the other half hogs the big TV and xb1
The first 3 or 4 hours are really, REALLY painful. Slow and confusing. And then a lightbulb turns on and suddenly it all makes such...awesome sense. Easily the best RPG released in the past decade, bar none, on any system.
Worth playing any old Divinity games first? I have Divinity 2, Divinity Dragon Commander, and this in my library. Maybe some others. Ready to start the series any day now, not sure of the best starting point!
I loved all 84 hours of this game. I played it non-stop till I beat it. One of the BEST RPGs ever made hands down.
It's basically hot hot sex. In video game form.
I have to admit it frightened me and I haven't gone back. I landed on the beach, did the tutorial, then didn't have a clue what I was doing and I ran away crying :'(
Talk to everyone in town in the first town. You find direction and purpose rather quickly without trying that way.
Almost thru the game, but i wouldn't give it a 10/10. The game is very limited in the hints that are thrown at you. My first 6 hours were kind of a let down(didnt know where to go or what to do), and I didn't really enjoy the game until i started following an online guide.
Game is awesome but definitely not friendly to casuals or those with little patience or a DIY attitude. Turn-based combat interactions with other spells and the environment are astonishingly good. The crafting system is pretty terrible IMO but it can be almost entirely avoided. I got 94 hours of play and was very satisfied for the majority of that playthrough, though there were moments where a pizzle was VERY difficult or a boss was too hard, and there is NO grinding at all, as mobs do not respawn. Still a 9.5/10 despite the flaws because what it does well is absolutely amazing.
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