Divinity II: The Dragon Knight Saga [Online Game Code]

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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)
A Steam account is required for game activation and installation.
Divinity II: The Dragon Knight Saga
Divinity II: The Dragon Knight Saga
Divinity II: The Dragon Knight Saga

System Requirements:
Supported OS:  Windows 7,Windows Vista,Windows XP,Windows
Processor:  none specified
RAM:  none specified
Hard Disk:  none specified
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Product Information

Edition:Steam DRM
ASIN B0083V7CMW
Release date November 5, 2010
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3.7 out of 5 stars 15 customer reviews

3.7 out of 5 stars
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I'm not an avid gamer but when I played the demo for this game, there was no getting me off the computer until I had covered every nook and cranny that I could. This game gives you the choice between warrior, ranger, magician, and priest or you can mix-and-match them. You can choose which style of fighting you want such as bare-fisted, two-handed, single-handed, sword and shield(my personal favorite), or dual-wielding. The graphics are pretty impressive in my opinion. The game is NOT MULTIPLAYER, only single-player so don't expect to be able to play online with others or with a friend. This game encourages you to explore where most gamers wouldn't; the bricks in walls, high-up cliffs, in plants, under trees, under staircases, etc. This game gives you the ability to unlock missions and side-quests by reading peoples' minds at a cost to your experience.

Divinity 2: The Dragon Knight Saga is a glorious game. It has it's high points, but it also has it's low points.

Pros:________
You can choose between MANY different single-handed weapons; swords, bows, clubs, maces, cleavers, axes, shields, each with their own look, feel, and speed.
Now, I say speed because they move different when swung, but no different in dpm(damage per minute). If you were comparing a sword with max 59 dmg to, say, a mace with max 59 dmg, the mace is slower but delivers the same amount of max dpm; though each differs by how much physical/magic damage each delivers.
There's probably about 15-20 different weapon and shield look variations, but each is completely unique in its min-max physical/magic damage, special abilities, and enchantments.

You can charm your weapons, armor, and jewelry increasing your attributes(Strength, Dexterity, Magic, Intelligence, etc.
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Gameplay: Inventory and ability systems take a little getting used to...lots of detail in the ability scores and talent trees...but aren't bad. Once you get to a certain point in the game you can even reassign all your skill points if you don't like the way your build is performing against the tougher creatures. Combat is, by contrast, is very easy to get the hang of, but has enough variation that it doesn't get boring. For most of the game anyway.

Graphics/Sound: Decent graphics for the age of the game, particularly after being re-vamped a bit with the release of the Saga. Animations are a little basic, but aren't jarring. Sound is also good, but voice-acting is largely B-movie grade. For me, that's fun, but might not be everyone's cup of tea.

Story: Without giving much away, the story is a nice variation on the lowly-recruit-rises-to-great-power theme. Definitely engaging enough to keep me interested. Certain events definitely make you thirst for revenge. NPCs largely react to you the same way no matter your character class, gender, or previous decisions (there are a few exceptions to this). This, for me, limits interest in a second or third playthrough.
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It's certainly no Bethesda RPG, but the devs have made a decent, slightly rough around the edges game that definitely has some length. The dragon abilities set it apart more than any other features. If its cheap, check it out.
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This is a great game. It does start of kinda slow but it picks up the pace after an hour or two. This game is a RPG played from a FPS perspective and everything is real time, as in you cannot pause the game like in say Knights of the Old Republic or Neverwinter Nights.

All in all this game is definatly worth your money
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I have played a huge number of RPGs over the years, and this is one of the best. I can honestly think of 5 or 6 games that were better for different reasons, but only one or two single player RPGs have kept me occupied happily for over 250 hours.
Combat can be challenging at times, depending on class selection and the specific point in the early game. All classes do eventually get easy, but they may also have varied combat lengths... playing an archer the first time through took probably 120 hours.
There is a strong story line but cartoonish acting. You will always know what you are doing and why, and you will feel you need to do every quest to level up, as there is always that sense that you have to be ready for what is coming.
Perhaps my biggest complaint is that the early game has a lot of auto saves, and goes on long enough that when they start coming far less frequently you WILL be caught off guard and you WILL have to replay up to an hour of game, more than once. Also, later in the game there are a series of "flying citadel" dungeon types that are long to clear and a bit repetitive.
There are technically two games here, but knitted together seamlessly. It will feel like 3 or 4 games due to varied (huge)locations. This game will likely not move you like KOTOR or ME2, but you will enjoy your time and I can't imagine a better gaming value given its regular pricing.
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One of the best RPGs of last years. It's something between The Witcher and Gothic series. You can expect clever and funny dialogues, challenging combat and also playing as a dragon! This is a bundle of the original enhanced game + expansion. It's a great game and for this price it's a must have!
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