Divinity: Original Sin Enhanced Edition
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- 80+ hours of adventure through an extended and expansive world
- Play in co-op multiplayer online or in local dynamic split-screen
- Gripping party and turn-based combat allows you to manipulate the environment and use skill and spell combos, including new styles/skills unique to the Enhanced Edition
- Unravel a deep and epic story set in the early days of Rivellon
- Enjoy a newly implemented 360-degree camera and upgraded visuals and effects
- Fully voiced and remastered dialogue
Divinity Original Sin: Enhanced Edition is a much lauded Role-Playing-Game that blends deep customization and humor with dynamic turn based combat. Either in online co-op, split-screen co-op on your TV, or even alone, take advantage of a classless RPG system to create your heroes and conquer the evils of Rivellon!
Embark upon a journey with up to three companions as you bend the very fabric of time, where what seems like the case of a simple murder unravels into hours of quests facing fiendish foes, magical polymorphs, and dastardly bosses. As a Source Hunter, master the elements and use the environment to your advantage in dynamic combats mixing weather and magic to explode, poison, electrify, freeze and burn your enemies!
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|Official Release Date||Oct 27, 2015|
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|Average rating:||(4.5 out of 5)|
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World of Final Fantasy it is classic JRPG. I'm not love JRPG, but game was interesting for me. This game it's game Pokémon’s + game JRPG. During the game you have to catch monsters, grow them and use them in battles. The graphics are pleasant, the game is addictive. I advise! Fans FINAL FANTASY will be disappointed! It's other game.
The job system is very well designed. Each character can simultaneously equip a main job, which determines usable weapon types and stat growth, a sub job, and their unique job. The unique job being always equipped is a key feature, as some of them contain very interesting abilities and being always equipped creates a strong incentive to build each character differently in order to make the most of their personal talents.
Each job has a tech tree, and any active abilities from an equipped job are available in combat. Up to 3 passive abilities can be equipped, even while the job they were learned from is not.
Equipment types have themes, affecting specific stats, or in the case of weapons having different areas of affect, and equipment can have enchantments for additional bonuses.
The battle system itself is just complex enough that there's meaningful differences between the damage types, and so that positioning and use of terrain is relevant, without being so complicated that players need to constantly stop and check turn timers or perform mental math to be effective.
The choice between 3 difficulty levels allows for an enjoyable experience for both casual and hardcore players.
All together, these features give players a lot of freedom to play the way they want to.
A good Strategic RPG with a good story and graphics
It is funny, clever and strategic. The game can give a pleasant time both for the fans of novels and for those who enjoy hunting objects, pumping levels, doing missions and so on. It is a treasure in my Vita games collection.
Now, this game might not please older fans, but I'll always consider a spin-off as it's own game. It's only fair.
As an RPG, it's doing a fine job telling the tale, and providind you with the classic time bases turn combat.
The core of the game is to befirned various monsters to join your adventure. You can also train them to become stronger, and grant individual monsters skills, like you would any character.
It's similar to Pokémon, really. But no gym badges.
The game does a good job at giving the fan service of bringing charcaters from various games in the franchise. They merge well enough in the game's world, so you don't think too much about it if you already know these characters.
Gripes with the game, though.
The adventure menu is rather slow responding. Going into each character to edit your team formation or adding skills to monsters takes some waiting time in-between. I don't even think it's loading, but just really long winded animation between each menu transitions.
And a minor gripe about the menu is that the joysticks are too sensitive to navigate, but the directional pads works fine.
It's rather frustrating, at times.
If you can live through that, then enjoy the game.
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