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Divine Divinity est un jeu de rôle épique offrant de l'action d'une rare intensité, un monde immense à explorer et des milliers d'objets à récupérer, échanger et utiliser.
Date de parution: 20 sep 2002
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“Un jeu de rôle bien conçu avec des graphismes impressionnants et une bonne rejouabilité dans un monde ouvert.”
8.6/10 – Gamespot

“Je suis directement passé de Neverwinter Nights à Divine Divinity, je les ai adorés tous les deux de la même manière.”
84/100 – PC Gamer

“Fan de Diablo 2 ? Si vous cherchez une expérience plus riche n'allez pas plus loin.”
91/100 – PC Gameworld

À propos du jeu

Répertorié par PC GAMER (2012) comme l'un des "meilleurs jeux PC de tous les temps", Divine Divinity est un jeu de rôle épique offrant de l'action d'une rare intensité, un monde immense à explorer et des milliers d'objets à récupérer, échanger et utiliser.

Le jeu met en scène le combat éternel opposant de vaillants héros aux forces destructrices du Chaos, contrôlées par un culte démoniaque appelé Black Ring. Vous incarnez l'élu de la prophétie qui a pour mission, avec l'aide du sorcier Zandalor, d'unifier les sept races de Rivellon afin de devenir l'être divin et d'empêcher la naissance du seigneur du Chaos.

Cette version retravaillée offre une compatibilité avec Windows 7 et des résolutions plus élevées.

Caractéristiques principales :

  • Un jeu de rôle aux dimensions épiques
    Découvrez une aventure qui vous tiendra en haleine pendant plus de 100 heures de jeu, avec un nombre ahurissant de quêtes non linéaires à terminer et un monde gigantesque à explorer !
  • Un développement de personnage libre
    Vous décidez du destin de votre personnage ! Commencez dans la peau d'un guerrier, d'un sorcier ou d'un survivant, chacun étant doté de ses propres aptitudes, avant de choisir librement parmi 96 compétences, quelle que soit votre classe de départ.
  • Un système de combat orienté action
    Combattez des dizaines de types d'ennemis et exterminez-les grâce à un système de combat résolument tourné vers l'action. Vous ne savez plus où donner de la tête ? Mettez donc la partie en pause et prenez le temps de mettre au point vos tactiques... ou de boire une potion de soin salvatrice !
  • Des interactions approfondies
    Vous allez pouvoir récupérer, échanger, utiliser et combiner un nombre impressionnant d'objets. Vous venez de mettre la main sur des flacons vides et des champignons colorés ? Créez des potions ! Vous avez trouvé du poison ?Utilisez-le pour enduire votre épée ou vos flèches : vos ennemis ne comprendront pas ce qui leur arrive !
  • Une bande-son récompensée
    Profitez des mélodies enchanteresses de Kirill Pokrovsky, lauréat à deux reprises de la récompense "Performance musicale exceptionnelle", décernée par IGN.

Configuration requise

    • Système d'exploitation : Windows XP
    • Processeur : Pentium IV 1 GHz
    • Mémoire vive : 256 Mo RAM
    • Disque dur Space: 1.7 Go
    • Carte graphique : DirectX compatible 3D card
    • DirectX® : DirectX 9.0c
    • Son : DirectX compatible
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Les premières minutes sont les plus dur. Une fois celle ci passé, en exploration du premier donjon, nous ne pouvons découvrir une ambiance vraiment prenante.
Un scénario très riche, des quêtes très nombreuses, qui empruntent des éléments aux points and clic, et qui peuvent échouer si elles ne sont pas fait correctement ! Un monde vivant , et une difficulté de jeux bien correct.
Il se classe a la frontière entre Diablo et Baldur's, mais il le fait de façon remarquable.

Je recommande a tous ceux qui ont recherche une nouvelle expérience et qui en ont mare des hack'n slash classique.
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Like leaves on the trees when the autumn comes, I peered into the prodigious ravine they call the Steam Store and found this diamond in the rough layed out before me. "$2.00" it whispered into my ears and I was sold - I knew I had to get this; boy was I delighted with the treat I found in stored for me.

Many claim they can see the end of times upon them with this coming era but I stayed vigilant. I gave hope to the fallen kings of men and entered a realm unknownst to any before me. It was this day that I found out what it meant to be the Chosen.

My journey started like any other - I was weak, heedful of my surroundings, aware that any danger I find may soon be my very last. Destiny called however, and I knew my place was among the Gods. I stepped forward into a brave new world and accepted the very fate thrusted on me.

Orcs struck, evil mages lashed out with their foul magicks, knights that knew no loyalty saw fit to bring me to their knees; yet I stood firmed. I slayed everyone and everything - from friends to tyrants. None shall stand before my blade and see the light of day again.

"Monster!", they yelled at me. "♥♥♥♥ you", I said in return as I stuck the tip end of my weapon up their haughty buttocks. Tyrants and dragons alike would fall to my sleight of hand as I became the all-powerful, omniscient being the prophets themselves had called to pass.

In my final hour I would lay waste to the Lord of Chaos. His reign was over and my destiny, fulfilled. Men shall not know the end times again as long as I breathe. With one final sigh I gazed back behind me...

What have I done.

In my wake, nothing was left. I had saved the world but at the cost of the world itself. I was but a lone God overseeing a world with no one - how could I ever be the Chosen when there's nothing left to protect? I fell to my knees and cried; there was only one thing left to do. I pulled out my trusted blade that had been by my side this entire time and made some potions out of the nearby red mushrooms.
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I LOVE this game! Besides being an old RPG which is my thing (and I'm sure many other people like it as well, for games aren't really made like this anymore) it also has a ton of stuff that many other games don't.

1. Good story and quests;
2. Good fighting system and skills (even if you choose a mage, in-game you can still learn any skill of the other classes, so you're not stuck to just being a mage yourself. Any character can learn any class skill);
3. Amazing world to explore, non linear (you can find secrets even in far open forests);
4. No respawning enemies;
5. Very long gameplay, around 80 or even 100 hours, depending on how long you take to do things or in the difficulty you chose;
6. Great humour and voice acting;
7. It's actually one of those games that makes you get so into it, it actually ends up making you hate or have compassion for certain characters. Not many games do that.
8. Great story/plot
9. Unlimited storage options (no squary inventory thing)
10. Controls are similar to Diablo 2 but c'mon, Diablo doesn't compare.
11. Old games ROCK!
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Phenomenal RPG. Gameplay is like a hybrid between the more hack n slash Diablo stye RPG and old school isometric RPG's such as Baldur's Gate and the original Fallout series. I've played the game near to completion on my non-steam version of the game. It's a long game, I would say the main story quest is about twice the length of Skyrim and Oblivion's main quest. However, Skyrim and Oblivion are much bigger in terms of side quests and post main quest gameplay. My only problem with the game is some technical issues, mostly with certain save games crashing, especially towards the latter part of the game. I'm running the game on windows 7, and I've imported my save to the steam version, with the same crashing issues. The game is still playable, and I can play it to completion, it's just frustrating to have to worry about the game crashing every few plays. Of course, it's a dated game which honestly runs pretty smooth on new operating systems. Just beware that you may have some issues with the game being dated. Still, one of the best RPG's I somehow missed out on in the late 90's and early 2000's.
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They say that old is gold and I find that this proverb rings particularly true with the hack and slash fantasy role playing game Divine Divinity that was released in 2002.

I'm not sure why I didn't get my hands on this game until now. And I probably wouldn't have played it still for years to come if I hadn't received it as a gift from a dear friend of mine. The best way to describe Divine Divinity is that it's a mix between Baldur's Gate, Diablo and Skyrim. Chances are that you'll love this game if you've played any of them, or better yet, all of them. However, one thing that you should know before diving into this game, is that it's pretty hard and requires quite a bit of dedication and perseverance. There will definitely be moments when you might want to give up and ragequit but try to hang in there and give it a chance because otherwise you'll miss out on a fantastic RPG experience.

You can play as either a male or a female human and there are three classes - survivor, warrior and wizard - that you can choose from. Depending on which gender you pick, you receive certain starting attribute bonuses, for example, the male character has more strength and the female character is more agile.

At the beginning of the game, your character wakes up in the cellar of a house in the small town called Aleroth that's home to several healers. Before long, s/he finds out that the leader of the healers has gone insane and s/he is, as might be expected, asked to find a solution to this problem. The story begins to unfold from there.

Pros:
- Divine Divinity has definitely aged well, although I believe that the art style that's been used in the game is pretty much ageless anyway. Furthermore, various patches have enabled DD to be played in widescreen and higher resolutions. The textures are crisp and spell effects still look pretty damn cool. All in all, as far as graphics go, I believe that DD could easily measure up to any point & click action RPG that's been released in recent years.
- The soundtrack fits the eerie atmosphere of the game down to a tee.
- The storyline is gripping and cohesive. It sure kept me glued to my screen for several hours at a time!
- Odd, yet welcome, comical bits that pop up here and there. When I first encountered one of these random humorous encounters I felt slightly confused because up to that point I'd been under the impression that the game was very dark and serious. As I progressed through the game and started seeing these goofy bits more often I just got used to it and dealt with it, so to speak.
- Lots and lots of sidequests. Some of them are pretty straightforward, others require you to do a bit of thinking, solve some puzzles or do a bit of research.
- Familiar fantasy setting with various races like elves, dwarves, orcs, etc., that makes it easy for any RPG fan to immerse themselves in the world and maybe even grow to care about the characters that they meet.
- Although the game has three classes to choose from, you can learn almost any skill that you want. For example, if you've picked the wizard class because you love to use magic but you really want to use a bow as your main weapon, then you can totally do that!

Cons:
- Overdramatic and cringeworthy voice acting.
- Some very difficult boss fights that might seem impossible to win if you haven't levelled your character properly.
- The font becomes very small with bigger resolutions and it's hard to read books, manuscripts, etc., unless you're sitting very close to the screen. To fix this, download a font enlargement patch.
- The interface isn't very player friendly and it's quite awkward to use until you grow used to it. I think that it could have probably been handled a bit better. You can only map spells/skills/potions to the F-keys which means that you've only got 12 keys for all the stuff that you wish to map, and it isn't exactly natural to press those instead of the usual 1 to 0 buttons.
- There's no button to make your character stand and attack on the spot during combat, so if you prefer to use ranged attacks and you misclick, then you can accidentally run into a horde of enemies and get yourself killed.

In conclusion I'd say that if you're an RPG fan who hasn't played Divine Divinity yet, you should definitely give this game a go. Perseverance will be rewarded!


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