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Divinity 2: The Dragon Knight Saga

Released on 19 November 2010

Rating: 12+ (PEGI)

4.0 out of 5 (8 customer reviews) | Write a review

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Divinity 2: 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 2: 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!


Divinity II - Ego Draconis brings you back to Rivellon, a timeless world of awe and magic, torn and scarred by successions of apocalyptic wars. Ever since the Great War ended, the Order of the Dragon Slayers has had eyes only for their number one enemy: the Dragon Knights who killed their Divine hero. But all the while the true enemy? the Black Ring still festers beneath the surface, ready for its next move, poised to strike. For their leader Damian tirelessly plots silent schemes with utterly malign intent.

Then one day, an event takes place that will reshape the history of Rivellon: a dying Dragon Knight gives his powers to a member of the order that seeks to destroy him: you. Perhaps you, blessed as you are with the powers of the Dragon, will be able to stop the black tides that threaten to engulf Rivellon. Many adventures await you, many mysteries yearn to be unravelled and all the world awaits the outcome of your new destiny.


Divinity II - Flames of Vengeance brings you to Aleroth, Rivellon's greatest city. Damian and his powerful army besiege the prestigious town, the downfall of which will crown his conquest. Aleroth, the last rampart against Damian, is being shielded by the wizard Zandalor who as yet withstands the incredible forces that are being used against him. Yet he too must yield sooner or later. Only one thing could still save the city, and Rivellon as a whole: you, the Dragon Knight.

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 Average rating (8 reviews)

 Very solid, but not without some frustrations.

| | See all SimianWonder's reviews (15)

Divinity II: The Dragon Knight Saga (DKS) is a rather old-school RPG at heart.

First things first, despite the improvements since the release of Ego Draconis, DKS is not a great looking game. Some of the environments look quite nice, but the character models are pretty terrible, especially facially, and the way your hero moves makes it very difficult to really immerse yourself in the game. Case in point; jump off a 200ft cliff, he (or she) will get into the falling animation and then... nothing. They stay locked in that single frame until they hit the floor. Oh, and hitting the floor doesn't hurt one bit apparently, regardless of the size of the fall. There's no tumble, then pick yourself up, the land on both feet and carry on. It's just weird, and I find it very odd that no one mentioned such a thing when they were reworking the game. The frame rate is a bit choppy in places too, especially when it gets busy.

For the most part though, gameplay is pretty solid. It's a massive, massive game, and while I doubt many will need the claimed 100 hours to go through it, I don't doubt that you could easily put that and more into exploring the world entirely. It's not an easy game either, the regular 'normal' difficulty providing ample challenge for the most part. In many ways, comparisons with Oblivion and Fable seem appropriate, having the former's huge open world and the latter's black/grey morality infused throughout. Your choices in the game really are significant as well, much more so than in most titles that try similar things, and you'll have many life or death decisions to make.

That said, it does have problems. Your Hero is mute, making it hard to really feel anything for you in-world avatar, and most of the characters, even the big bad, are underwritten, as though the game expects you to like / hate key characters just because. Bioware do this sort of thing so much better.

So, it's a good game. Yes, undoubtedly. However, it's still not as polished as perhaps it could have been, there are still bug and it still crashes occasionally (usually whilst saving, which is very, very annoying) and it's definitely not as good as the likes of Oblivion or Dragon Age: Origins. Fable... well, Fable's much more charming, but much shorter too.

Ah yes, the Dragon. Almost forgot. No, you don't get your Dragon Powers until a good way in, probably fifteen hours or so and even then, they're a little underwhelming. Still, it's a nice gimmick.

The score then? I'd like to give it three and a half stars, because there's loads to do, and it's clearly had a lot of work put into it, but the slight sense of scrappiness to it still pervades, and the reasonably frequent glitches do take some of the shine off.

So, three stars it is. Good, but not great, and those hankering after a really good RPG with dragons would be best checking out Dragon Age, those after the best RPG on the 360 should be looking at either Oblivion or Mass Effect 2.

 A great adventure, exploration, action and rpg game.

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Please note that Divinity II:DKS is the much revamped, reissued game from the previously rushed released Divinity II:Ego's Draconis; released 1+ years before Divinity II:DKS...DKS has now been polished in all areas with improved graphics and sound, stable smoother framerate, improved revamped gameplay mechanics with many previous game bugs now removed(though expect a few here and there on game this scale). DKS also includes the well received Flame Of Vengeance expansion pack. DKS is a good old-school (with modern development)rpg mix of hardish adventure, action, exploration (be warned directions/pointers are very limited)..and surprises!. This is not a game that leads you by the hand(Fable III), because of this, makes the game a much deeper experience. Discovering new areas or paths, exploring dungeons/towns/characters/secrets, completing many of the hidden quests; with plenty to do within the main and fairly varied side-quests (unlike many other rpg's that usually involve going from X to Y or kill ???) give a feeling of satisfaction by discovery and completing them yourself. Divinity II: DKS may not have the most involving story - don't let that put you off!!- what you do have is a vast adventure, interesting and sometimes funny characters(for wrong and right reasons), game progression, decent crafted fighting mechanics (make sure you level-up and use a form of strategy), a large open world to explore, quality graphics and atmosphere, secrets to find & solve, character rpg building...and not forgetting dragons!. The game does have faults and maybe feel a bit to overwhelming for people use to games like Fable, Mass Effect; that direct you at every situation; DKS leaves the thinking to you!. The game may disappoint in certain areas, but, it is also very well developed in many areas and overcome the not so well developed sections. Divinity II:DKS is a well produced game that will please those who like to explore and discover, achieve and accomplish, dabble in role playing and character skill building without being overwhelmed with tips/hints. A game that will appeal to those who wanted a more polished Two Worlds I, a deeper larger Fable III, a third view perspective Oblivion and a bit of Diablo action and looting...A quality Rpg and adventure for deep adventure seekers!

HINT: Make sure to save very often, esp before going into the unknown areas and before large or main battles - this is due to the auto-save working fairly randomly.

HINT: Make sure to check every areas on the map for secrets, hidden areas, side quests and looting. There's plenty to discovery that requires adventuring and exploration and are not shown on the map or hand-leads you there.

 Amazing RPG

| | See all PandaDrunk's reviews (27)

I bought this game as soon as I finished the demo because I was so impressed at how hard the demo was.

If you need your games to hold your hand and tell you to go to A then B for quests and story then this is not for you. You find quests all over the place and you need to search every inch of the map to find everything, and as an old school PC RPG player I love this idea because it gets you into more battles and your ass kicked a lot.

The fights are hard and even when you are a higher level than the monster they can outnumber you or just get a lucky hit that finished you off.

Some people say the graphics are not up to par with other games, but I personally think they are good enough to impress and the other parts of the game more than make up for some of the slight detail issues.

Easily worth 5 stars because the game is long and story great with some very hard boss fights.

Add the fact your getting a free add on and its a sure buy.

 The BEST Xbox RPG

| | See all Ommadawn's reviews (10)

This has been one of the biggest gaming surprises for me.

I bought this expecting a poor, run of the mill, no depth RPG. I couldn't be more wrong.

For me, it outshines those big titles like Oblivion and Fallout. The gameplay is smooth, it has a no fuss interface, it's controls spot on, levelling system is fun, no grinding whatsoever, 100's of quests, etc, etc

I could go on and on with praise for this amazing release. Oh, and the devs have done an incredible job updating the graphics for the Xbox.

The only glaring downside is the loading times when exiting buildings. It can take up to 30 seconds. It's not a deal breaker when the game is this good.

I highly recommend Divinity 2. It's without question the best game I've played this year (if not the last two years).

 divinity 2 avoid at all costs.

| | See all Ninjahamster27's reviews (5)

Divinity 2 is not enjoyable at all with no thrills and dodgy graphics.
The graphics are like something you would see in a game for the play station.
Fighting is dull and boring with no reward at all.
The game play is not very good with a glitch round every corner.

I strongly advise not to waste your time or money on this dull game.

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Rating12+ (PEGI)