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Divinity II: The Dragon Knight Saga with Soundtrack CD - Xbox 360 Standard Edition

by Atlus
Xbox 360
5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)

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  • Platform:   Xbox 360
  • ESRB Rating: Mature Mature
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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The tale of the last Dragon Knight, filled with high-flying action-on foot and across the skies as a dragon-and heart-wrenching drama, comes to Xbox 360 with enhancements, additions, and much more. Over 100 hours of deep action RPG gameplay offer genre fans tremendous value. The complete Divinity II saga in one package: With the remastered Ego Draconis and its thrilling conclusion Flames of Vengeance together on one jam-packed disc (along with all previously released DLC), The Dragon Knight Saga offers over 100 hours of rich fantasy roleplaying and gamers' first chance to experience the entire Divinity II adventure from start to finish! Wage war as human and dragon: You begin the adventure as a human Dragon Slayer but are soon transformed into a Dragon Knight with the ability to change into dragon form at will. From here, perspectives shift as both your skills and objectives adapt to encompass the concerns of land and air, human and dragon. Dynamically unfolding storyline: Apart from your primary mission, the open land of Rivellon and its many secrets and surprises lie in wait for the daring explorer. Every nook and cranny potentially hides a new path to explore. Take on over 180 missions, and watch the storyline change according to your choices and skills.

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The tale of the last Dragon Knight, filled with high?flying action-on foot and across the skies as a dragon-and heart?wrenching drama, comes to Xbox 360 with enhancements, additions, and much more. Over 100 hours of deep action RPG gameplay offer genre fans tremendous value.

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5.0 out of 5 stars This is a review title?!?! March 7 2012
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
I have already played through this game a few times on pc and enjoyed it so much I bought it for Xbox too :D this is one of my favorite games and I highly recommend it. It has many skills, intense storyline, long/fun gameplay, beautiful graphics, many many items, too much awesomeness!
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5.0 out of 5 stars A solid RPG for fans of the genre... May 28 2011
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
Didn't enjoy "Two Worlds" as much as you thought you might? Have you played "Divine Divinity" or "Beyond Divinity" on the PC? Just need a RPG fix while you wait for Skyrim? Take a chance on "Divinity II." The basic plotline begins with you as a Dragon Slayer in training. After your training wraps up, there's a twist -- you become your prey, and your erstwhile allies become your intended executioners. While the gameworld is not immense, it is richly textured, and offers a variety of play styles. Voice acting is excellent and uses a number of different actors (Two Worlds' achilles heel). As the game progresses, you're faced with decisions left and right - irreversible decisions. Want to drop an item and pick it up later? Sorry, your options are to use it or destroy it (this changes later). Want to read someone's mind? Be prepared to take a hit to your XP every time. The tough choices you face actually enhance the gameplay, as you're forced to become more efficient the longer you play. Although it appears that you may have the option to take a dark or light path through the plot, the typical good/bad meters aren't present. You have the option to play how you like, when you like - but be prepared to face the consequences of your actions.

Extras in this set are not amazing, but certainly interesting. Definitely recommended for genuine fans of the genre, although some beginners may find the constantly escalating difficulty and the inability to reverse decisions frustrating.
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76 of 79 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A Gem of the Xbox 360 Collection April 13 2011
By Thoughtful Thinker - Published on Amazon.com
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Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
This is such a great RPG adventure. It has an old-school style with beautiful graphics and fun gameplay. Exploration is rewarded and the game does not hold your hand.
There are a lot of things to do in this game. The land is beautiful and full of hidden caves and secret passages. Side-quests abound and they are unique and original. Somehow the developers have managed to break free from the "fetch" quests that normally plague open-world games. Many quests intertwine beautifully and feel organic.
The voice acting is great. You can tell this is a labor of love for Larian and Atlus.
The artbook and CD are nice too! Don't miss out on one of the Xbox 360's best games; a great deal at any price!

-A quest around every turn
-Great music
-Interesting characters
-A story that actually keeps you going
-Humorous dialog
-Valuable loot (complete with enchantments and charms to imbue on your weapons and armor)
-Random treasure chests
-Classless skill tree (make a warrior mage, a bow wielding warrior etc)
-Game gets better and better the more you play

-Very occasionally, you may not know what to do next in a quest (reading and mind-reading will usually prevent this)
-Some shoddy animation work on some attacks (you get used to it quickly though)
-Some screen-tearing
-Occasional glitch here and there

-One of the greatest adventures of all-time. Rivals Oblivion and Dragon Age. Plays like a combination of Fable, Oblivion and Dragon Age.
-Awesome game!
46 of 48 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Divinity II: The Dragon Knight Saga - A Delicious Return to RPG Form April 14 2011
By Horowitz - Published on Amazon.com
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Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
Games have been getting easier and easier recently. With the rise in casual gaming, more hardcore games with depth have suffered. However, then enters Divinity II: The Dragon Knight Saga, which is a game that loves its roots. This is an RPG that is similar to those on the PC that stick to depth instead of making things easier. Take Dragon Age II for example, which is a game that I completed recently. Dragon Age II was made so much more "friendly" in its design, yet the design felt so incredibly lazy. Why were environments repeated so much throughout the game? This is why Divinity II: The Dragon Knight Saga is a breath of fresh air in the current gaming market.


- Two Games Included - Ego Draconis Remastered Version (60+ Hours to 100%), Flames of Vengeance Expansion (30-40 Hours to 100%)

- New Graphics Engine Improvements - More detailed armor, richer environmental textures, better lighting, etc.

- Framerate Improved - Now runs silky smooth!

- An Interesting Story and Universe - Well done voice acting with some great humor; an epic tale!

- Lots of Replay Value - With 90 hours or more of gameplay, you'll easily find more stuff to do in the game your second time around.

- Soundtrack Disc, Art Book for free!


- Loading - Even when installed to the Xbox 360's HDD, loading can take a while.

- A Little Rough Around The Edges - The Dragon Knight Saga is polished compared to Ego Draconis' recent release, but it's still not perfect and has some issues.

Other than some minor technical issues, The Dragon Knight Saga is a great RPG with tremendous value. I highly recommend at least checking it out, but I'd definitely buy it if I were you.
33 of 35 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Great RPG fun! April 21 2011
By Psychic Cypher - Published on Amazon.com
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Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
This game is fantastic. It got panned by critics when it was first released because it was extremely buggy and the graphics were less than stellar. But 8 or 10 months after its release (something like that), the devs overhauled the graphics and fixed all the bugs, then released an expansion (which is included here) that was almost as long as the original game...each part takes around 50 hours if you do all there is to do, for a total of over 100 hours of gameplay. If you rush through the main story, you could probably finish it faster, but in a game like this, why would you want to? We play these kinds of games (literally ROLE PLAYING games) to immerse ourselves in the world the devs have created...and this one does not disappoint. The extra time the devs spent polishing the game up were well worth it. I didn't play it when it was originally released, so this was my first experience with it, and I'm quite impressed. The graphics actually look pretty darn good. Rich detail throughout, and very few areas look less-than-completely polished. The character animations aren't the strong suit here, but they are on par with most other RPGs, and better than many.

The main story is pretty good, for a game like this (which, for games based on story, are frequently pretty lame, sadly). The side quests are decent...fairly standard RPG fare, but they take you into some pretty cool environments, which are all fairly well developed.

It's not perfect, however. My biggest gripe (and, frankly, one of my only ones) is with the controls. Generally, they're fine, but if you want to highlight something/someone (like when you want to talk with someone), you have to get a tiny little cursor perfectly on them before you can push a button to initiate a conversation (or pick up an item, or whatever). It's extremely frustrating, and even after many, many hours of play, it doesn't get much less frustrating.

That being said, that really is one of my few gripes. The gameplay is, by and large, quite fun, with varying and unique enemies and environments. The game really comes into its own, though, when it allows you to take dragon form...something that unfortunately doesn't happen (except once, briefly) until quite far into the game. This is a shame, because it's the best part of the game. Flying around as a dragon is loads of fun, and the flying controls are excellent. Insofar as such is possible, I really felt like a dragon flying around, spinning through the air and breathing fire. Very cool. I just wish they had introduced this far earlier in the game, and (thus) allowed for a lot more time spent as a dragon. Note to developers: being a dragon is cool. When you pull it off well, make it a large portion of the game!

Overall, this game is very fun, and highly recommended. I didn't play it when it was first released (largely due to the bad reviews), but the devs have clearly fixed the vast majority of these issues. A quick search of reviews for the updated version shows that most reviewers love the new version, and rightly so. It's awesome. The expansion, which again is included here, is just as high quality as the original campaign, and for the cost here, the package is an incredible value. Highly recommended!
11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The RPG you should play before you die April 19 2011
By S. Griffith - Published on Amazon.com
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Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
This is a great, supremely addictive game. It has a unique artistic and narrative style, with a lot of unique gameplay elements. You can fight as a man (warrior, ranger, mage, priest, or any combination you fancy), fly as a dragon, destroy enemy's fortresses, solve puzzles, uncover a multitude of secrets, and so on. I can't imagine why this game is not very popular. It totally beats any Fable game, and yes, even DA2 (which was not too hard to beat). It shares the same place as DAO on my list, but by different reasons.
Also: for under 40 buck you get about 100 hours total (including add-on). This beats any game on the market.
People, what are you waiting for? To be a dragon for less then $40 - it's like a dream come true. ;)
9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Amazing price for an amazing game! May 25 2011
By Jennifer Flores - Published on Amazon.com
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Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
This is such a nice package... the art book, the thick manual with a nice greeting inside to the player (make sure to read it!). The story is also explained in the manual. You also get a hard copy soundtrack. Yeah, you heard me! A REAL disc, not those stupid pieces of paper with a code on it for a digital copy. Why can't every game with a soundtrack give you a real disc? I prefer it that way. The graphics I think are impressive. Very few frame drops, no pop-in textures and the lighting is similar to Fable 3, which makes the game look very vivid. The game feels great to play. The voice acting is good. Most of the female characters' voices talk as if they want to rip your clothes off and make sweet love to you... but good nonetheless! The areas are huge! When they say they made this game for people who like to explore, they weren't kidding! In the beginning it was a bit confusing. I couldn't really see where I should go next or who to talk to since I've become so dependent on big ICONS floating on the mini map. But this was not available in the tutorial area. So I ran around talking to everyone and checking all the doors, etc. until I found the person way in the back of the area where I did not expect her to be. And guess what? I wasn't annoyed! I enjoyed kind of being forced to go look around instead of bee-lining for the quests. The only other games that made me want to TRULY explore everything were World of Warcraft, Red Dead Redemption & Fallout 3. The story is interesting, and there are dragons... and you can be a dragon! I really recommend you try the demo, or better yet, just buy the game! For the price you won't be disappointed.
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