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Divinity II: The Dragon Knight Saga [Download]

by Focus Home Interactive
Windows 7 / Vista / XP
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  • ASIN: B0049U4DXM
  • Release Date: November 5, 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (51 customer reviews)
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Edition: DRM Free

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Divinity II - The Dragon Knight Saga is an epic role-playing game, that combines the complete adventures of the legendary dragon Knight.

This incredible RPG includes the entirely remastered and improved version of Ego Draconis, the original adventure of the Divinity II saga. The content of this edition as well as its graphic engine have both been much improved and overhauled, in order to provide a more beautiful and richer game experience!

Divinity II - The Dragon Knight Saga also includes the brand new adventure Flames of Vengeance, which adds dozens of hours of gameplay to the original story, and packs loads of new quests, creatures and items, as well as a spectacular finale to this great saga!

A total of over 100 hours of gameplay and more than 180 original quests await you in this epic role-playing game. Embrace the Dragon Knight's destiny and annihilate the threat that looms over Rivellon!

  • Includes 2 complete adventures: Divinity II - Ego Draconis Remastered & Divinity II - Flames of Vengeance
  • Over 100 hours of gameplay.
  • More than 180 original quests
  • Hundreds of equipment pieces including armour, swords, war hammers, bows, etc.
  • Fight your enemies on the ground, or crush them from the sky using your Dragon form!

System Requirements
 Minimum Specifications:
OS:Windows XP / Windows Vista / Windows 7
Processor:Intel Dual Core - 1.8 GHz
RAM:1GB (XP) / 2GB (Vista/7)
Hard Drive:13 GB
Video Card:256 MB compatible DirectX 9.0c and Shader Model 3.0 (ex.: Nvidia GeForce 7600, ATI Radeon 1600 or higher)
Additional Info:Direct X 9.0c (Windows XP) / Direct X10 (Vista/7)
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Divinity II: The Dragon Knight Saga
Divinity II: The Dragon Knight Saga
Divinity II: The Dragon Knight Saga

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76 of 81 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Clearing up the DRM confusion. January 24, 2012
Edition:DRM Free|Verified Purchase
(update 5/23/2012 - It appears the version of the game you dl from Amazon is now drm free. If it's not... the instructions below will help)

There's some confusion about the DRM status of this game and what version Amazon delivers. Amazon has no DRM of it's own on the game. Larian HAD SecuRom on it but removed it in December 2011. Even the developer, Larian, doesn't know when or if Amazon will update the game. This review (the game is great - 5 stars!) is intended to tell you how to get the latest, non-drm version of the game no matter what Amazon gives you.

1. Download the game from Amazon. Install it. Run it. If it asks for a key code, hit cancel - you have one of older DRM SecuRom versions. If it doesn't, you're good to go!

2. Go to the developer's site (larian)
Hit the SUPPORT button
Choose "Divinity II - The Dragon Knight Saga"
Look for the "PC version - Patch 2" part.
Download that patch.

3. Get the DRM free patch. Amazon won't let me give you the direct link to that Larian web page but if you google "DKS DRM FREE" it'll probably be the first link.
Download it.

4. Install the patch you got in step 2.
Start the game. The game's launcher will go out and get the updates so that you'll have the latest version. After it finishes downloading, hit the install button. That'll install the files you just downloaded.
Don't run the game

5. Unzip the file you got in step 3. It has the non-drm non-SecuRom version of the game's main program. Go to the directory where you installed the game. It has a BIN subdirectory. That's where the old main program is - name is DIVINITY2.EXE. Copy the new file over the old one.

Done! Now you have the latest version of the game and no DRM.
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39 of 42 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars The best game you probably never heard of January 19, 2011
Edition:DRM Free
This is the best game I've played in a long time. I just happened to find it on Steam and can't believe i've never heard of it. Its like a cross of fable and the witcher, but more fun than either, and you can switch between dragon and human form at the touch of a button! The voice acting is very good, the quests are fun, its Long, Im 25 hours in and just got my dragon form wich makes it almost like a new game now that i can also fly. You can make potions, enchant and charm all your gear and weps, wich there are plenty of. Many different sets to aquire, but dont worry you can still get your stats up piecing random gear together. Its not open world, but more sandbox style with different zones that are pretty good sized. Like fable when you spend skill points theres a little video clip and explanation of what you gain from that skill. At the start you need to choose from mele, ranged, or mage, but you can mix and match skills how ever you want. That leads to one of my few gripes, only 8 hotkey slots. Not enough room to fit special attacks And all the pots u want, but you can pause and drink one from inventory so not a huge deal. One of my favorite thing is there is no fall damage. I guess they figured since you get to morph into a dragon there was no point to it. Thats fun too, jump off tall tower and freefall for a bit, then poof, your a dragon. Only problem is you cant attack ground units in dragon form, but if you could youd have way to big an edge and the game wouldnt be as fun. Theres 4 difficulty settings, from casual to nightmare, im playing at level 2 and am finding combat a little easy, but i still die once in a while. The mindread talent is a new and fun skill. Read more ›
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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars It is just a lot of fun March 12, 2011
Edition:DRM Free
Sure, maybe it is a little rough around the edges, but gosh is it fun.

I played the original Divine Divinity, and still have fond memories of it. Can Divinity 2, being such a different game (most obviously now in 3D) live up to the original? Wonderfully, it does.

There are a lot of pretty unusual or even unique things in Divinity 2: mind reading, your "battle tower" that serves as your always-available home base, people you can send off to fetch herbs/gems/minerals, a necromancer who lets you put together body parts you find or buy to make your own creature to summon, and of course being able to turn into a dragon and fly around.

It never takes itself too seriously, and has a great balance of fun and challenge. Fighting is not realistic at all, but a lot of fun as you jump around knocking enemies down. There are many small humorous touches, which I wouldn't want to spoil. It has a fair number of puzzles, but mostly doesn't let them become frustrating.

Divinity 2 also does not have the now ubiquitous quest arrow, which I really think is to its benefit. The quests are designed to not need one, and it is refreshing to never get into that "go where the arrow is pointing me" thing.

Disappointingly, when you are in dragon form you can't take out people on the ground, and have to live with magical barriers preventing you from going certain places... but I can understand how difficult it would be to not let that become totally unbalancing without such limitations.

And this works, because the game never feels like it is trying to be anything but a game, so it merrily does whatever is best to be a fun game.
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2.0 out of 5 stars Boring and uncreative
What can I say, it's just another game. It seems like a weak carbon copy of other more popular games.
Published 24 months ago by Bradford Malbon
5.0 out of 5 stars Divinity II: The Dragon Knight Saga
Never having bought or played a video game before I wasn't sure what to expect. I love this game. It took me almost 4 weeks of almost non stop playing to get through it all. Read more
Published on March 6, 2013 by Pam
5.0 out of 5 stars Great game
I love playing this on my computer and am waiting for Divinity III or whatever the next version will be.
Published on January 25, 2013 by Amazon Customer
2.0 out of 5 stars Just seems like a lot of pointless running around
I gave up pretty quickly on this game. A lot of running around without really achieveing much. Concept seems good, but not enough action.
Published on December 20, 2012 by Steve
5.0 out of 5 stars Outstanding title!
First of all, the world of Rivellon is very detailed, so a decent processor and graphics card is required. Read more
Published on December 5, 2012 by Eric Parsons
1.0 out of 5 stars Boring combat, boring story, tedious mechanics
I kept trying to like this game. I got to level 28, which is most of the way through, but I just don't have the desire to continue playing it.

1. Combat is boring. Read more
Published on November 9, 2012 by Mark of Jonson
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