Beyond Divinity is the follow-up to the award-winning Divine Divinity.
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Data di rilascio: 27 apr 2004

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Acquista Beyond Divinity

Pacchetti che includono questo gioco

Acquista Divinity Anthology

Include 3 articoli: Beyond Divinity, Divine Divinity, Divinity II: Developer's Cut

 

Recensioni

“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”
90/100 – GameSpy

“If you have ever played Diablo, Dungeon Siege, or Baldur’s Gate, then this game will become second home to you.”
80/100 – GameZone

“Combines the best of fast-paced combat-oriented RPGs with a decent storyline and inventive questing.”
– IGN

Informazioni sul gioco

Beyond Divinity is the follow-up to the award-winning Divine Divinity. Soul-forged with a Death Knight, your fate is to spend the rest of eternity bonded to this creature of evil, unless you can undo his curse...prepare for your greatest adventure!

This new re-mastered version offers support for Windows 7 and higher resolutions.

Key Features:

  • An RPG of Epic Proportions: Experience an adventure that will last you over 60 hours, filled with tons of non-linear quests and offering an enormous world to explore, spread over 4 story acts. And if that’s not enough for you, you can always enter the Battlefields - a randomly generated universe filled with loot, enemies and new quests.
  • Classless Character Development: You decide what kind of character you want to be! An open, class-free character development system with over 30 character traits and 290 skills to learn, including advanced alchemy, craftsmanship, trap creation and many others.
  • Work together to emerge victorious: You can seamlessly switch control between your avatar and the Death Knight. In combat, you can pause the game at will and take your time to issue commands to each party member. Summoning dolls allows you to increase your party size even further.
  • Interaction Galore: Discover the enormous amount of objects that can be investigated, traded, used and combined. Found some empty flasks and picked up some colourful mushrooms? Create potions! Obtained some vile-smelling poison? Daub it on your blade or arrow tips: your foes won't know what hit 'em!
  • Award-winning Soundtrack Enjoy the dulcet melodies composed by Kirill Pokrovsky, the two-time winner of IGN’s "Outstanding Achievement in Music" award.

Requisiti di sistema

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP
    • Processor: Pentium 4 1.4 GHz
    • Memory: 256 MB RAM
    • Graphics: DirectX compatible 3D card
    • DirectX®: 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 2300 MB HD space
    • Sound: DirectX compatible
Recensioni utili
1 persone su 1 (100%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
0.6 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 30 giugno 2014
Anche se non è all'altezza del suo predecessore (Divine Divinity), rimane sempre un bel gioco. Se avete giocato a DD e vi è piaciuto, allora penso che vi piacerà anche questo.
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0 persone su 5 (0%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
0.1 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 23 luglio 2014
It's the worst game i've ever played.. Worse graphics than Divine Divinity, worse weave than Divine Divinity and all the time you have to use 2 players at time, and this in my opinion it's a bad thing cause: 1)it's too easy and 2)it's also difficult manage 2 players at same time. I liked Divine Divinity but this is the worst game of the Divinity saga.
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55 persone su 67 (82%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
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36.9 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 9 dicembre 2013
I have a confession - a lot of my enjoyment of this game was out of spite. To get more information about this game, I decided to look at a Let's Play (http://lparchive.org/Beyond-Divinity). Some information is good - for example, sneak is absolutely invaluable. Some I'm unsure of, like all the skills he calls useless. One thing I know for sure he's dead wrong about - magic. Magic is wonderful. Magic is incredible. Magic can break the game in half, especially with the wonders of Hammer. Summoning dolls I'm less sure about, but I think they're worth more exploration.

To me, this game really hearkens to Warcraft 2 - the music is really reminiscent of something you'd hear during the Orc missions and the cartoonish graphics are similarily familiar (maybe Warcraft 3). It's got RTS-lite gameplay where you control two party members, each with their own skills and stats, with the option to summon more temporarily. The comically bad voice acting is comparable in tone although not in quality.

I do have one big problem with it, though. If you click on the wildlife by accident, -all- wildlife of that type aggro you. There's a lot of wildlife. It gets tedious.

Overall, I'd say give it a whirl. It's a fun adventure and continuation of the Divinity plotline. I'd also recommend finding the Novella, Child of Chaos - it's a short read that sets up the plot of the game and makes later events make a lot more sense.
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94 persone su 146 (64%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
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35.2 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 18 agosto 2014
Beyond Divinity is mechanically better than it's predecessor.
The menus are better.
The loot is better.
The class system is more meaningful.
Your choice of skills is WAY better and more varied than before.
The setting is far more interesting than the "Medievial Western Europe" of the first game.

However, too much is wrong with it to justify a buy.
1. The loot system's coding is broken ("Rogues Rags Gloves Blue of the Magus", anyone?)
2. You can, at ANY TIME, teleport to a safe area to buy/sell/ID/Repair items.
3. 90% of the subquests, which do nothing to drive the plot, are MANDITORY. It's busy work.
4. The steam version does not come with a copy of the novella "Child of the Chaos" that was packaged with the game.
5. The last 1/4 of the game is a five-story maze where you do nothing but puzzles, read books, learn complex magic rituals and do a lot of extra backtracking. This KILLED the remainder of the game and by the time I got through to the end I just did not care.


TDLR: It's not bad mechanically speaking, but the manditory subquests and the last 1/4 of the game just kill the fun.
That, and the novella that's supposed to come with the game, "Child of the Chaos", does not come with the steam version. How else will you know what the heck is going on? (I hunted down a copy on Amazon since I run a youtube show "D&D Stories" to do reviews of stuff like this) I figured out the "ending twist" less than 1/4 of the way through the game. :(


RATING: 3/10
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31 persone su 40 (78%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
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44.1 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 23 gennaio 2014
It's really rough around the edges and the voice acting is completely atrocious and the battlegrounds are a bit TOO repetitive, but the core game is pretty amusing at least. The ending threw me a curve ball that I never saw coming and I felt immense satisfaction from it that was made all the better from playing the first game. There is no reason to play this game without first playing divine divinity, however. So if you don't want to play divine then don't play this either.
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