NZGamer: Divinity II: Ego Draconis Review

NZGamer writes: "First and foremost, don't just look at the score and make some assumptions; the number, in this case, is relatively poor at explaining the quality of the game. Even the section numbers alone don't tell the full story. Read on...

Divinity II is, as the name implies, a sequel. The original title, Divinity (and it's expansion, Beyond Divinity), was an isometric (think: Diablo) RPG using a dated (even at the time) 2D engine to spin its tale of magic and dungeons. Divinity II, however, leaps straight into the present, leveraging the same engine used for Fallout 3 and Oblivion and bringing the gameplay into third-person 3D. Unlike those games (and a certain other Dragon-related RPG released recently), the focus of the gameplay in Divinity II is action roleplaying (emphasis on the action)."

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