Divinity II: The Dragon Knight Saga

8.5 Overall Score
Gameplay: 8/10
Sounds: 8/10
Graphics: 8/10

Well-crafted and very entertaining game.

The game starts out tough.

A reimagined version of Divinity II: Ego Draconis, Divinity II: The Dragon Knight Saga is a RPG with an astonishing 100-plus hours of game play. The graphics are improved, and there’s an entirely new set of quests and items to collect along the way. In the game, users start as dragon slayers, yet quickly morph into dragon knights, courtesy of a dragon. Eventually, players can transform from knight to dragon, and back again, on a whim.

You start by creating your own player, choosing from a warrior, mage, priest, or ranger. A big plus with this RPG game is that, although you need to make that initial decision as to skill / weakness, you can pick up any skill from other character classes along the way if you have enough items to trade or buy it.

These include increases in strength, vitality, dexterity, intelligence, and spirit. And everyone starts out as a mind reader, which is a fun gift to play with in the beginning of the game and incredibly useful as you advance through the levels and quests.

For more screenshots, click here.

The graphics in this single player game are impressive, and the complexities of the storyline will definitely keep you interested. It also requires some skill, so even advanced gamers will get a kick out of it. And the lack of tutorials in the beginning mean you need to prepare to “figure it out” on your own at first, which honestly only adds to the charm of the game. This, coupled with the fantastic voice-overs, acting, and dialogue, and you’re in for a real treat.

Play Divinity II: The Dragon Night Saga Now

Bonus Featured Games