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Game News Divinity II: Ego Draconis Reviews

A user named cat

May 6, 2009
Glass Fields, Ruins of Old Iran
Volourn said:
Nonsense. old SNES/NES games had relatively small manuals. In fact, it's alrgely a conole thing because of the packages they come in. Many PC games come in boxes while console games come in cases just slightly bigger than the discs.

As for the BG2 vs ME2 manual thing, i did say afterall that ME2 mechnaics wise is dumbed down. And, of course, the Codex blasted me for it. LMFAO

My snes manuals are all 20 pages or so.

And lol at Tormen'ts 39 pages. Never had the manual, so I didn't knew that. Would love to find a pdf or the like version of Arcanum's manual, though.


Oct 5, 2007
It's all relative. Bear in mind I was moving up from this:


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