Well, we've only been waiting forever, but it's finally here for our enjoyment! I highly recommend to everyone to get this amazing game - now available in North America on PC and Xbox360. If you can't find a boxed copy, I saw it for sale on Steam recently!
Larian also has uploaded the amazing original Divine Divinity for your pleasure (download the game for a mere $5!! at http://www.impulsedriven.com/)
At http://demos.dtp-entertainment.ag/Divinity2_DEMO_EN.exe you can get the Demo for D2. I highly recommend it, it's a blast!
In other news, D2 continues to get great reviews from almost everybody who's played it!
Divinity 2: Ego Draconis fansites galore! Myrthos has updated his fansite to include Divinity 2: Ego Draconis. For everything Divinity and Divinity 2, head over to the Locus Inn. And check out these fansites for even more goodies.
If you've got a craving for making your own fansite, you can still download the Divinity 2: Ego Draconis fansite kit.
If you have a fansite and you want it announced, please send an email to email@example.com
I really recommend that everybody makes a fansite! You don't have to be great with coding or have the money to have an actual domain name and all that, look at mine!, but it really is a great way to help give back to the developers who put so much of their time into creating such great games for us. It doesn't take more than a few hours a week to update, and while that may be hard (if you're submitting university applications and in the hospital >.<) usually it's not too hard. Sorry I haven't updated mine, but I'll be updating it more frequently from now on. Thanks for supporting both my site and Larian by visiting my site. Viva la DD2!
Belgian game site 9Lives is up with a preview of our up-coming next-gen RPG Divinity 2: Ego Draconis.
Here's their conclusion:
For our German fans - the cover of the latest issue of PC Games is dedicated to Divinity 2: Ego Draconis and in the magazine you'll find 6 pages of Divinity 2 news including several new screenshots. The journalist writes about a 3 hour walkthrough through the game and talks about what his impressions of the game were. He concludes by saying
If you can't find PC Games, the latest issue of PC Action also contains a 3 page story on Divinity 2.
Time for those with literary ambitions to sharpen their pencils and dip their quills in ink, because the good folks of World of Divinity have prepared a Divinity II: Ego Draconis Story Contest. To compete you must write a story set in the Divinity II universe, so if you’re up for it, tell an epic tale filled with the exploits of fearsome Dragon Slayers and mighty Dragon Knights. The only constraint is that your story should be written in German. All entries can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org up until the 15th of December so don’t tarry too long! Prices include exclusive artwork signed by some of that rare species – the Larians – games, T-shirts, tattoos and more. Good luck and happy writing!
For more info about the contest, visit the World of Divinity-fansite.
Gamespot posted a first look at Divinity 2: Ego Draconis in which they offer a look at some of the depth and complexity of Larian's newest RPG.
We've touched only the surface of Divinity 2, but already you can see how layered Larian's latest project is. Keeping tabs on the quest log is the only way to keep up with the sheer number of possible outcomes in each quest. We'll have more on this exciting new RPG as we approach its 2009 release.
Read the entire article here
Journalists attending this year’s Leipzig Games Convention had the very first chance to see a new feature of the upcoming RPG highlight being unveiled: the ability of the player character to transform into a Dragon.
In , players begin their adventure as apprentice Dragon Slayers who, after a bizarre twist of fate, will be able to shape-shift into a Dragon, so becoming mighty Dragon Knights, the very creatures they were supposed to chase. This puts them at odds with their former brothers in arms and indeed most of the population of Rivellon.
For this is where the tale takes place: Rivellon, the beautiful but war torn world first explored in Larian Studios’ award winning RPG .
Much has happened there since, but the death of the Divine – hero of the previous game – is undoubtedly the greatest tragedy. He was slain by a Dragon Knight during a battle with Damian, Rivellon’s arch nemesis. The Divine’s paladins swore revenge and so the order of the Dragon Slayers came to be.
begins years later, near the village of Broken Valley where a Dragon has been sighted and players are ordered to start the hunt. But the battle plan goes awry and soon they will find themselves infused with the power of Dragons.
Not only does this event enable them to take the Dragon form at will and unleash a variety of unique powers, it also sets them on an unexpected quest that will unveil hidden truths, reveal old evils and shall have grave implications for the whole of Rivellon.
, developed by Larian Studios and published by dtp entertainment, will be released in Q2 2009 for PC and Xbox 360®.
Divinity 2 offers next gen, story based RPG entertainment.
Re-enter the world of the Dragon-Lords with the sequel to the award winning fantasy RPG, Divine Divinity (http://www.larian.com/divinedivinity.php). Use your wits as a human or strike high above the land as you battle your way through the world of Rivellon to discover the true meaning of being a Dragon Lord.
The epic saga continues and the fate of Rivellon rests in your hands…
IGN did a special feature on the Games Convention in Leipzig in which they asked developers what their goals were at Leipzig. Lar was quizzed about Divinity 2: Ego Draconis and you can read his view hGC 2008: Divinity 2: Ego Draconis First Look at IGNere. There are also a couple of new screenshots to be seen, some including close ups of the dragon.
GameBanshee did an interview with Lar about Divinity 2: Ego Draconis.
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