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Our DivDiv review

Review - posted by Saint_Proverbius on Sun 1 December 2002, 19:31:53

Tags: Divine Divinity

Exitium has written up a review of Divine Divinity. Here's a sample:

As you progress through the game, you'll find it somewhat difficult to progress if you don't have any skills from the other classes, so you'll have to learn to diversify your character or you'll be wishing you had more skill points. This is where Divine Divinity can get really interesting. Each class has access to a total of 32 skills, with five tiers of each. In order to progress to the next tier of a skill, you will have to meet certain level requirements. The thing that sets Divine Divinity apart from Diablo 2 and Baldur's Gate is that there are no restrictions to choosing skills from any other class besides the one you started with. You're entirely free to pick and choose skills from all the classes, and best of all is that there isn't any limit as to how good you can become in those skills.​


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