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AllAboutTheGames.co.uk (Nov 24, 2010)
While Divinity II: DKS isn't the prettiest game on the Xbox 360, it's certainly one of the best RPGs I have ever played on the console. And to let my inner nerd show, if Fable 3 is Dungeons & Dragons, then Divinity II:DKS is Advanced Dungeons & Dragons: Special Edition. Yep, it's just that good. Hats off to Larian Studios, I await your next surprise with baited breath.
90
Jeuxvideo.com (Nov 05, 2010)
N'y allons pas par quatre chemins : Flames of Vengeance est une extension d'une qualité exceptionnelle. Toujours à contre-courant, l'équipe belge de Larian Studios a pris le parti de ne proposer aucune nouveauté de gameplay et de cantonner l'action dans un seul et unique endroit, de surcroit peu étendu, pour se concentrer uniquement sur l'écriture. Le résultat est une expérience jubilatoire, dont les qualités narratives renvoient à d'illustres références comme Planescape Torment. Cet add-on rend donc l'acquisition de The Dragon Knight Saga, qui inclut une version remasterisée du jeu de base, absolument indispensable pour tous les joueurs qui avaient fait l'impasse sur ce petit chef-d'oeuvre.
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Vandal Online (Dec 01, 2010)
Si el Divinity 2 original ya nos pareció un gran juego, su remake y expansión (lo cuál podría considerarse una versión completa), son aún mejores. Se han solucionado todos los fallos destacables, tanto gráficos y técnicos, como jugables. Se han adaptado las complejas interfaces de un título de esta escala, para el control disponible mediante el pad de una consola. Se han expandido y mejorado los buenos resultados en la planificación de misiones. Divinity 2: The Dragon Knight Saga es un juego completo, lleno de buenas intenciones, y que demuestra el marcado sentido de la responsabilidad con su obra por parte de Larian Studios. Divinity 2: The Dragon Knight es un juego recomendable no solo para el aficionado del original, sino para todo aquél deseoso de emprender una nueva aventura rolera con grandes dosis de humor inteligente.
87
Impulse Gamer (Nov, 2010)
If you loved the original game, you'll enjoy the sequel and it's a great port from the PC to the XBox 360. The story may be clichéd and over the top but its gameplay is relatively quite good. It's definitely not the most original game of the year but if it isn't broke, don't fix it and Divinity II: The Dragon Knight Saga abides by this rule. Another traditional RPG that doesn't push the boundaries but offers purists a fun few hours of escapism. Entertaining from start to finish!
85
Made2Game (Nov 12, 2010)
Divinity 2: The Dragon Knight Saga ticks all of the right boxes for a great fantasy action RPG but fails to pull through on a couple of crucial areas, however it is an entertaining game that will fill in the gap between Fallout New Vegas and Dragon Age 2.
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BeefJack (Nov 30, 2010)
It doesn't do anything new with the formula, and as polished as it is this predictability may limit your overall enjoyment. But The Dragon Knight Saga offers a huge amount of traditional RPG questing, and it's very easy to lose yourself - and hours of you day - enjoying its world.
83
3D Juegos (Nov 23, 2010)
Si Ego Draconis era ya de por sí un título muy recomendable para cualquier amante a los juegos de rol, Dragon Knight Saga supone la excusa perfecta para que todo aquel que no lo probara dé el paso sin pensárselo. Es cierto que a nivel argumental esta saga no es tan potente como otros exponentes del género, y que a nivel jugable también puede ser algo duro, pero en líneas generales, éste es uno de los pocos juegos que a día de hoy continúan evocando a los clásicos del rol; una gran muestra de que la vieja escuela sigue estando en pie de guerra… y ¡que dure muchos años más!
82
NowGamer (Nov, 2010)
Some may say they have the right to feel a little diddled if they already own Ego Draconis, but if you’re coming to this new and you like the odd fantasy RPG, this game is nigh-on essential.
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Game Vortex (Apr 03, 2011)
If you can get over the combat issues, Divinity II: The Dragon Knight Saga is an interesting purchase. Though by no means a perfect RPG, it delivers a lot of content - especially for the price. Hardcore RPG fans, particularly those looking for an "old fashioned" RPG, should really give Dragon Knight Saga a look.
80
Xbox Mag (Jan 25, 2011)
Après un début d’aventure bien terne, au bout de quatre heures à enchaîner les mini-quêtes sans saveur, on se demande ce que l’on est venu faire dans le Vallon Brisé. Au bout de dix on est en pleine exploration assidu de Rivellon et de ses donjons, pour ne plus avoir envie de la quitter au bout de vingt ! Après avoir arpenté des dizaines de lieux, résolu quelques énigmes bien salées et combattu des centaines d’ennemis, arrivent les pleins pouvoirs de Chevalier Dragon. Contrairement à Dragon Age qui segmente Ferendel en zones distinctes, dans Divinity 2, l’idée de monde ouvert prend tout son sens et seuls quelques chargements un peu longuets viendront interrompre vos pérégrinations. Malgré un héros transparent et un scénario un peu trop générique, l’alternance d’exploration, baston et anticipation fonctionne à merveille et l’impression de vivre une grande épopée l’emporte sur ces détails. Un excellent action-RPG qui se doit de siéger dans votre ludothèque si vous êtes amateur du genre.
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God is a Geek (Dec 06, 2010)
Divinity II: The Dragon Knight Saga is a game that’s worthy of anyone’s gaming shelf. The sheer length of the main quest line makes it value for money, then there’s the amount of time and effort that clearly went into it’s development. Yes, there are certain point where it’ll frustrate beyond all imagination, but that just makes it feel all the more epic when you get to those really good bits because you know that some people will have given up on it, but YOU didn’t. You stuck with it and look at you now. Spread those wings Dragon Knight. Be the legend.
80
Jeuxpo.com (Nov 05, 2010)
Divinity II : The Dragon Knight Saga est un très bon jeu de rôles. L'aventure est intéressante à suivre, la réalisation est globalement efficace, et le jeu offre un gameplay parfaitement réglé. Une bonne surprise.
80
Xboxygen (Nov 08, 2010)
Divinity II The Dragon Knight Saga pourrait presque passer inaperçu sur PC mais pas sur Xbox 360. Doté d’une richesse incroyable, il se place aux côtés de Risen comme une perle pour tous les maniaques du jeu de rôle à l’ancienne, un jeu de rôle sans concession dans lequel il faudra s’investir à 100% pour pleinement l’apprécier. Il sera loin de faire l’unanimité de par sa prise de position radicale qui pourra être détestée par beaucoup de joueurs mais ceux qui ne placent pas la technique comme élément principal à l’achat d’un jeu et ceux qui recherchent un jeu de rôle généreux et intransigeant se perdront sans déplaisir dans les contrées de Rivellon pendant longtemps. Très longtemps.
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Just Push Start (Apr 16, 2011)
In Dragon Knight Saga, rest assured that all of the issues found in Ego Draconis are fixed. New comers to the Divinity series should pick up the game, as I guarantee that it will offer you a classic, enjoyable RPG experience. If you’ve played Ego Draconis before, there would be no reason for you to purchase Dragon Knight Saga unless the Flame of Vengeance expansion is of interest to you. Overall, if you like an RPG that gives you a classic experience with over 100 hours of gameplay, look no further than Divinity II: Dragon Knight Saga. If Ego Draconis didn’t get much attention when it was released, it’s time for everyone to look into this title.
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Console Obsession (Dec 03, 2010)
As Divinity II: Ego Draconis hasn’t been left untouched and it also comes with the brand new Flames of Vengeance, The Dragon Knight Saga is excellent value for money. As a whole, Divinity II: Ego Draconis and its expansion may come across as old fashioned and too difficult for some, although fans of similar RPG’s will mostly likely fall in love with the package, and it will be a love affair that will last for hours, days, weeks, and possibly months.
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The Guardian (Nov 22, 2010)
Downsides? Not least the lengthy loading times that occur as you leave houses and dungeons. 30 seconds is not unusual. The plot is hardly a classic too. Despite this there is much to love here. Traditional it may be but Divinity 2 Dragon Knight Saga is an excellent RPG that is up there with the very best on the Xbox 360.
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Resolution Magazine (Nov 19, 2010)
Whether or not you should buy DKS all depends on the original. The expansion pack might tempt those who enjoyed the first, but it’s difficult to justify the repurchase of the original game. However, if you did miss the game first time around, then it’s definitely worth your attention. It might not break away from convention, but this is the game that Ego Draconis should have been.
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Spazio Games (Dec 07, 2010)
Divinity 2: Dragon Knight Saga perfeziona e ripropone al grande pubblico un GDR di ottima qualità, che era passato in secondo piano al momento dell'uscita per l'infelice contemporaneità con alcuni colossal del genere. Ora che ci troviamo in un periodo di relativa calma nel panorama dei giochi di ruolo, il titolo prodotto da Larian Studios merita sicuramente la considerazione degli appassionati. Non raggiungerà i livelli di eccellenza di titoli come Dragon Age o Demon's Souls, ma è sicuramente in grado di offrire molte ore di divertimento, comprende sia l'espansione che il gioco originale ed è venduto ad un prezzo ridotto. Dategli un'occhiata, non ve ne pentirete.
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Snackbar-Games.com (May 10, 2011)
It boils down to this: if you are looking to play a game for 10 hours or so, Divinity II is not a very good option. It's really for those who are looking for a 60-80 hour, life-consuming experience and have a high tolerance for system limitations. This is certainly the best version to get, and it's priced right for what it is.
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ZTGameDomain (Apr 18, 2011)
In the end, Divinity II: Dragon Knight Saga is a huge package for the price. The combat may be on the wonky side, and the difficulty may drag you down a little, but the RPG elements and overall story is actually really enjoyable. The game, as a whole, surprised me. I will recommend this game to the hardcore RPG players. Just keep an open mind, save often and most importantly, be patient. If you do those things, you will have a pretty good time with the customization and level progression.
75
IGN (Apr 19, 2011)
The Xbox 360 version of The Dragon Knight Saga is a game slightly better than the sum of its parts. While its graphics are subpar for a modern game, the combat is fast-paced and fun. It feels much better with the 360 controller rather than the mouse-and-keyboard setup of the PC version, especially with auto-aim being this forgiving. Although the expansion is a bit weaker than the core game, the total package is well worth the price of admission. If you haven't touched Divinity II at all and you enjoy action-RPGs, you won't be disappointed with the Xbox 360 version.
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411mania.com (May 23, 2011)
The complete Dragon Knight Saga will offer dozens of hours of quests and exploration between the main game and expansion, meaning action-RPG fans won’t be bored for a while. While the battles may seem unfair quite often, once you get powered up they can become a breeze. The game may not advance the genre any, but it’s a solid experience throughout.
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Xbox World 360 (Dec 21, 2010)
Thanks to its rich variety of quest types, nicely worked progression mechanics and expansive, often pretty game world, we really rather enjoyed this. The improvements mean this is now well worth a look, especially with the bonus content.
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Brash Games (Dec 17, 2010)
As an overall experience however, if you’re willing to put in the hours to fight through the tedium of the games opening, and overcome the inevitable issues you’ll undoubtably uncover, there is a diamond in the rough here: an old-school RPG with unexpected depth and moments of utter genius. It combines tried-and-tested gaming principles with some clever experimentation and truly gob-stopping amounts of content, and if you’re part of the audience it caters too, I’m sure you’ll happily forge your way through the 200+ hours of epic gaming to be had. If, like me, you’re not quite that dedicated, you probably won’t get quite that far, but it’s still hard not to come to admire the wondrous, if rather flawed, magnum opus that is the Dragon Knight Saga.
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GamePro (US) (Apr 19, 2011)
While it shows significant improvement over its previous release, Divinity II's visuals and gameplay still lack the level of polish we've come to expect from this generation's entries. Additionally, if you played Divinity II on the PC or slogged through the inferior 360 port, there's probably not enough here to recommend. However, if this budget release -- it costs just 40 gold pieces -- serves as your introduction to the series and you've been jonesing for some Skyrim-priming questing, I suggest you head to the stretching world of Rivellon for a rewarding adventure that'll keep your blade bloody and your inventory brimming.
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MS Xbox World (Nov 22, 2010)
Divinity II: The Dragon Knight Saga is a challenging title to judge. On one side this combo game set is bulging with well conceived quests and some striking dialogue sequences, but on the other the games fail to really meet the presentation and playability standards of this generation of games - Fallout 3 and Dragon Age also offer a lot of well produced content but manage to keep their interfaces mostly integral and their combat systems gripping. If it was just Divinity II then I could only really see this game being a worthy purchase for hardcore long-term RPG lovers, but there's some great content that could easily get overlooked here. I'd say if you can get used to the last-generation graphics, a clumsy interface, and you don't mind very basic and uneventful combat systems then you'll be receiving a lot of memorable content for your money.
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GameZone (May 02, 2011)
Although the graphical improvements are appreciated, newcomers expecting a visual powerhouse shouldn’t get their hopes up. A good number of glitches can still be found, visual inconsistencies being one of the most striking. Your overall perception of Rivellon’s scope isn’t quite the same as a Bethesda RPG—it’s a limited field of view, despite the actual grandeur of the world. And the audio performs convincingly in most spots but is largely unremarkable. The Dragon Knight Saga might be a significant step up from its first incarnation, but some heavy retooling is required before it can really take to the skies. Future efforts should focus on cultivating the game’s strengths and maybe offering something bolder and more distinctive to reinvigorate tired fans of the genre.
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Gameblog.fr (Nov 05, 2010)
Pour le reste, bah c'est grosso modo le même jeu. A moins d'avoir développé une soudaine passion pour l'action RPG hardcore, les joueurs PC qui n'étaient pas clients de la version 2009 ne tomberont pas subitement amoureux de celle-ci. Quant aux joueurs Xbox 360, ils peuvent sans doute envisager de lui redonner une chance, maintenant qu'il ne rame plus et qu'il se pare de jolis graphismes retravaillés avec amour. Enfin, les fans se délecteront d'une nouvelle campagne de longue haleine, loin des DLC tout rikikis auxquels nous a habitué la concurrence.
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RPGamer (Apr 18, 2011)
Ultimately, The Dragon Knight Saga is a game at odds with itself. Its solid writing and quest design has to contend with balance issues and a myriad of other minor problems such as a sporadic autosave function that feels more like an afterthought. Despite that, it's still surprisingly fun to play, and as the game can easily provide eighty hours of content, it offers a lot of value for your dollar. Forty dollars is a steal for an Xbox 360 game, so if you're looking for a WRPG fantasy to tide you over in the lull between Dragon Age 2 and The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, Divinity II: The Dragon Knight Saga is a good choice.
60
The Dragon Knight Saga may be a little rough around the edges and seem like a poor man's Oblivion, but there's enough here to interest fans of Western RPGs and, although it can be totally frustrating at times, it's the sort of game that draws you back in to see just what that next cave around the corner might have in the form of enemies and loot.
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BlogCritics Magazine (May 11, 2011)
The engaging story, wealth of content, and hero customization just may not be enough for some gamers to overlook the lack of personality in the graphics, animation, and sound design. Still, with a budget release price of $40 and the promise of +100 hours of good story, Divinity II: The Dragon Knight Saga just might be that hardcore RPG time killer between now and the next big action RPG of the year.
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XGN (Nov 24, 2010)
Divinity II: The Dragon Knight is helaas geen goede game geworden. Het spel ziet er op het eerste gezicht goed uit, maar je zult teleurgesteld raken van de gameplay. Dat is jammer.