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Player of Games reviews DivDiv

Review - posted by Saint_Proverbius on Tue 29 October 2002, 23:13:00

Tags: Divine Divinity

Player of Games has written up their review of Divine Divinity, the CRPG from Larian. The review is incredibly positive, as you can see by this statement:

Divine Divinity is the best RPG I have ever played. Let me just say that now because it is it’s the best thing since sliced dwarves bread. What makes this game a must have, is that it’s so easy to use. Compared to other RPG’s there is very little moving around the place wondering which way to go or what to do or even trying to link up things, which happen ages ago within the game. Divine Divinity has very few faults, those that it those have are hardly faults at all. This is one game I would recommend to anyone no matter what his or her gaming preference may be. Larian deserve a round of applause for making an RPG, which is totally addictive, and the most important of all - fun to play.​

Eh.. I would have prefered less combat in the game, but I agree that it is a CRPG worth noting.

Spotted this at VoodooExtreme.

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