Beyond Divinity Review

GameSpot has posted a review of Beyond Divinity, giving the RPG an overall score of 7.9/10. Here’s what they had to say in their conclusion:

Beyond Divinity, like its predecessor, is a sprawling adventure that gives you the freedom to play as you wish. It’s actually somewhat more focused than the first game, and it gives you clear-cut objectives that you’re free to accomplish using your own devices. The game’s core elements–the combat, the questing, and the exploration–are all effectively implemented, and the two-character dynamic and open-ended skill system introduced in Beyond Divinity should be enough to make the action seem just different enough to those who have already poured dozens of hours into the first game. This is a good, solid choice either for fans of Larian’s last game or for anyone up for a deep computer role-playing experience, especially given the small drought the genre has experienced in these past few months.

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