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Divine Divinity

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The first game in the Divinity franchise introduces the player to the medieval high fantasy world of Rivellon aka Land of Divinity. There’s an extensive backstory of the setting in the game. Rivellon is a troubled place torn by wars and rebellions and threatened by the awakening forces of Chaos. The protagonist starts his journey in the city of Aleroth. His or her first mission is to save the city’s chief healer who was cursed into madness by an evil wizard. After that, the protagonist is free to explore the world and accept a variety of side quests from NPCs.

The main character is fully customizable. At the start, the player is allowed to choose between six characters, who are male and female versions of the same three classes (Warrior, Mage, and Survivor). Each class has its own set of skills and attributes. However, over the course of the game, the character can learn virtually any skill regardless of his or her class. The game is played from an isometric view using point-and-click controls, thus being quite similar to the Diablo series. Unlike Diablo, it has a stronger leaning towards the classic RPG genre. Divine Divinity includes complex dialogue options, skill trees, and a reputation system.

The game’s soundtrack was composed by ex-Aria keyboardist Kirill Pokrovsky.

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Larian Studios
Larian Studios
Age rating
13+ Teen

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows XP
  • Processor: Pentium IV 1 GHz
  • Memory: 256 MB RAM
  • Hard Disk Space: 1.7 GB
  • Video Card: DirectX compatible 3D card
  • DirectX®: DirectX 9.0c
  • Sound: DirectX compatible

System requirements for macOS

OS X 10.7 or later. Processor: 1.6 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo Memory: 2 GB Graphics: 128 MB of video RAM, Hard drive space: 3.1 GB, Recommended two-button mouse, or Apple mouse with Secondary Button / Secondary Click enabled.
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Good Old Divine Divinity, as good as ever and super playable on Windows 10 in 1080p. Tip: Select "Software," not "direct 3d" as Graphic fashion. Story: Pretty good with a lot of Wit and one or the other Twist. Unfortunately, the End has been greatly shortened, but to the Point where one is the/the Divine is absolutely mature and TOP. Dannach, well, end, but not particularly Strong. But that only accounts for about 1-2 hours of 36 Hours of play time. Gameplay: Somewhat choppy for today. Real-time action RPG with Time Stop. You have to constantly click again to attack the next Opponent, especially difficult if you have many Opponents to choose from. You Have to get used to it. Magic and the like are done with a Legal Click, so healing is possible on the middle Of the Sword fight. No longer Meets current Standards, but at the time it was pretty good. Aging: The game has aged well. Of Course absolutely not to compare WITH a DIABOLO III or Divinity Original Sin. But really no Eye Cancer or anything like that. There is much worse. Difficulty: Volatile: If you have Trouble fighting 2 Enemies at the beginning, there is a Phase after the first Dungeon where you can simply defeat the Orcs one by one. But the terrain itself again in the Course, so there are then stronger Creatures, which really make you create, then again a slightly lighter Phase. But In Principle, you can always die! That's why Don't forget to save. NOTHING: ALL Items are Randomly Generated! Therefore save before the big Drops, especially for the following Items as they get an extreme Bonus on their Stats: Bloodguers-you should look for an Orc at the Beginning and bring it to it. But also the other Axes you find are strong. WICHTITG: The Orc takes away an ALL Axis that you have with you when you have Bloodetics with you, so put the others down beforehand. Holy Weapon, Whether Dagger, Sword or Amulet-All 3 have sacred Objects and sacrifice to the Catacombs for one, Places of discovery: DIebesgielde, ruins of the Elves u in Iona'S Dungeon singing sword-by the Leader of the Gang of Thieves in the Sewer beneath the Dealer district, Axe of the Executioner-by the channeling Visit the Executioner (above in the Middle under the Main Map) Sword of The Gods-can be found in a Closet in a House in the abandoned Orkdorf. Strongest Armor, the Dragon Armor: Helmet-From the Dwarf King After a Quest breast Armor-Sir Dante in Verdis after a quest gloves-in a Funeral pyre at the Burial Site of the Elves Belt-in a House in front of which 2 Sisters argue over their Inheritance shield-In the Armory At the Duke'S Castle, don't forget! u the Jewel-2nd Quest of the Warrior Guild. Enjoy Grinding!
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