Beyond Divinity Reviews

Two very positive reviews of Larian’s recently released Beyond Divinity hit the web over the past couple of days. The first is at GameSpy with an overall score of 4/5 and an “Editor’s Choice Award”:

If you’re looking for a lengthy (as in 100+ hours) RPG that blends quick and dirty gameplay with heaping plates of detail and sophisticated character development, no one else comes close to this series. Don’t expect innovation, but remember that’s only one-half of the equation. The other half — exemplary gameplay — is what Beyond Divinity has in spades.

And the second is at GameZone Online with an overall score of 8.0/10:

What is different about this game is that in order to complete all of the objectives you will have to learn that going in head first with a sword is not your best bet. At times it will be in your best interest if you take your time, develop a strategy in order that you might live to fight in another battle. The game throws you many different gameplay tactics in order to keep the game from getting repetitive. At times you will have to sneak past guards, solve different puzzles, or just go in and take anyone down that comes in your way. All of these different gameplay features help make the game fun, without going through the same monotonous scheme that many games have today.

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