As the game offers a wide variety of customization options and allows players to create any sort of character they want. However, there are a few key abilities and skills that are particularly well-suited for wizards, and building a character around these can create a powerful and effective wizard.
Some of the best skills for wizards are those that deal direct damage to enemies, as many foes in the game are highly resistant to physical attacks. Skills like Fireball and Lightning Strike can deal massive damage to groups of enemies, and are particularly effective against foes with high armor values.
In addition, skills like Telekinesis can be used to control the battlefield, moving enemies and objects around to create advantageous positions.
Wizards also have access to a wide variety of powerful spells. These can be used for direct damage, healing, crowd control, or a variety of other purposes, and can be customized to fit any playstyle.
With the right spells, a wizard can be an incredibly versatile and dangerous character.
10 Best Wizard Build Divinity Original Sin 2
1. Divinity Original Sin 2 Definitive Edition (ps4)
The Divine is dead. The Void approaches. And the powers lying dormant within you are soon to awaken. The battle for Divinity has begun. Choose wisely and trust sparingly; darkness lurks within every heart.
Set 1000 years after the events of Divinity: Original Sin, you are the Godwoken, powerful wielders of Source magic. Oppressed by the Divine Order under the belief that Source magic has brought the Voidwoken to the once-peaceful world of Rivellon, you must restore hope and become the God it desperately needs.
Only one of you, however, will be able to become the new Divine. Enter a world of near-endless possibilities in a sandbox RPG like no other. Create a character or take on the role as one of the 6 Origin Stories and adventure through a land that constantly reacts to who you are, and what you do.
Each with their own stories, often conflicting with one another, friendships will be tested in and out of combat.
How much you enjoy this game depends greatly on how much you enjoy the combat because, judging from a few dozen hours of play so far, there’s little else to it. I really don’t see what all the hype is about.
Yes its pretty good but its not amazing. I found the combat to be underwhelming and often a bit frustrating, and the gameplay outside the combat to be fairly monotonous. I will say it has excellent voice acting across the board.
The quality and variation in the voice acting puts the big triple A games to shame. The combat is actually the game’s biggest draw and also its biggest flaw. In my opinion it is poorly balanced with the Classic or normal mode being punishingly difficult and the next mode down, explorer not presenting any challenge at all.
I was forced to play on that difficulty because I literally couldn’t progress with the game after reaching a certain point as every way I turned I was met with an impossible battle. Since then its been a boring cake walk.
Be careful. The game is incredibly obtuse when it comes to the combat systems. Also , when characters talk, the camera zooms out and a text box takes up literally half the screen. Breaks immersion. If you have a full party, the amount of micro-management in menus shuffling inventory items around, between party members, fiddling with weapons and armour is severe.
Yes, these are in all RPGs but this is the worst offender I’ve played. I’m sure for many it’s a great game, but be wary of the above points and make sure to buy it on physical so you can at least trade-in for some of your outlay if it’s not your thing.
At first, I thought Divinity: Original Sin II was overrated, which is exactly why I avoided the game. I was very wrong; if you are a fan of D&D or intensive role playing set in fantasy campaigns, you will adore this game.
I became a fan before I made it half way through the game. It can be tedious and time-consuming, but it is an experience worth going through. Especially if you have a lover, friend or sibling to play with locally via the split-screen feature.
Choose your race and origin. Choose from 6 unique origin characters with their own backgrounds and quests, or create your own as a Human, Lizard, Elf, Dwarf, or Undead. All choices have consequences Unlimited freedom to explore and experiment.
Go anywhere, talk to anyone, and interact with everything! Kill any NPC without sacrificing your progress and speak to every animal. The next generation of turn-based combat. Blast your opponents with elemental combinations.
Use height to your advantage. Master over 200 skills in 12 skill schools. Up to 4 player online and dynamic split-screen multiplayer. Play with your friends online or in local split-screen with drop-in, drop-out multiplayer.
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Divinity Original Sin 2 has upped the game for turn-based “Western” role playing games to a point that it’s hard to imagine it getting any better, in regards to game systems, controls, and handling, barring some major controller change to the next generation.
Surely, the next gen PS5 will offer more in the way of graphics, loading times, or other technical increases, but as for porting over a game that relies on using a good chunk of a keyboard on PC to a console controller, this may be the very best we’ll have, and it’s great.
As great as it is, the “handling” would be nothing more than a wishlist item for a completely different game if the game itself wasn’t any good, but Larian Studios continues with its amazing pedigree.
You’ll have a group of 4 heroes chosen among 8 characters, all with their own fully fleshed story, or, if you choose, you can create your own. (The heroes they offer are excellent, and I’d recommend beginning with one of them.
They introduce you into the gigantic array of systems easier. Even these pre-made heroes are customizable almost entirely from the ground up, so you’ll be able to change a fighter hero to your preferred class right from the outset!) Their stories and their characterizations are done so well, you’ll want to see them all play out! Choice is perhaps the biggest thing here in DOS2.
Every step of the way, you’re truly in control. From choosing your class to interacting with other characters, whether they be major or minor characters, you truly “run the show”. And it’s much more than surface level- you won’t just have a character class, spells, and attributes to choose from, but talents and backgrounds that help shape your story and how the world and its inhabitants engage with you.
(Highly recommend “Pet Pal,” which allows you to speak with animals, which are fully voiced!) Choices will also shape the world, as decisions are permanent. Accidentally hit an onlooker during a battle, and they’ll attack.
Steal from or kill an NPC, and they or villagers may seek revenge, shun you, or close off quests you may have otherwise received from them. Beyond choice, DOS2 offers an “innovative common sense” method of play.
In a day and age where every game seems to take pride in hiding behind obtuse systems, DOS2’s will almost seem easy to overlook in battle, even in the non-hurried gameplay of taking turns. Cast a rain spell, causing enemies to be standing in a puddle, then zap them all with one lightning bolt.
Knock over a barrel of oil, then set it ablaze to force enemies to bunch up at a chokepoint. (Or, in a personal example, launching a water arrow at a teammate who had been set on fire to put him out!) What else makes DOS2 stand out among RPGs? You can play online to adventure with up to 3 other players.
(Even in single player, you can split your adventurers and tackle 2 quests at the same time, if you choose, as you’re also able to take direct control over anybody on your team). You can even play couch co-op with a friend or family member.
Even more intriguing is the “Game Master” mode, where up to 5 players play together, with one controlling the game’s narrative as the GM. DOS2 is, with very little wiggle room for debate, among the very top of the list of RPGs available for a console.
You can argue for some of the Eastern style RPGs with some moxy, but among the Western style, it IS the best. But, be warned, if Final Fantasy or Persona is what you’re looking for, DOS2 is not it. It’s still completely recommended, being the masterpiece that it is, but it is a different playstyle.
It’s Dungeons & Dragons in a digital form that’s advanced further than the old Icewind Dales and the like from 15 years ago. It’s a more complicated, more micro-managed game and takes lots of patience and a frequent willingness to save the game, especially early, as you learn the game.
(Pretty sound advice to save often here, no matter your experience). It’s a time-consumer, so set plenty of time aside when you pop this in. If you’re looking for one of the greatest RPGs ever made, your next addiction that will eat up over 100 hours to play through, then leave you heading back in with a new party to experience it from different eyes, DOS2 simply cannot be passed up!.
I’m not much of a gamer, but my husband enjoys playing video games, especially RPGs. He always wants me to play games with him, but most of them are too fast paced or complicated for me to really enjoy.
He researched and found this game and we originally rented it to try it out. We really enjoyed playing it, so we bought it. We have really enjoyed playing together, and because we get to customize our characters and sort of play each character how we want, it doesn’t feel as monotonous as some other games we’ve tried.
Definitely recommend for the spouse of a gamer who wants to find something to play together.
I have this game on the computer and purchased it on the PS4 so that my wife and I could play with a few friends. This game offers a great story with multiple ways to complete objectives and a comprehensive upgrade system that allows characters to “multiclass” by purchasing skills if they wish to split their abilities instead of achieving the ability to use the top level skills.
s The game is playable in couch co-op by splitting the screen when the players separate far enough from each other. When playing local multiplayer, there are some user interface challenges to overcome, and it can be difficult to read some of the text when far away from the screen.
Playing on a controller vs the PC also presents some challenge, though a few hours into the story everyone should have a good grasp of the control scheme. This is a very complex game, as you are not as restricted as you would be in other RPG games.
If you want to brute force your way through a level, that is an option. Another option may be to sneak through the level. Overall, I am happy with the game. It is a turn based strategy game that has many awesome interactions with the environment.
Standing on a tile with oil, when in a fight with a fire mage, is a bad idea, as the oil will catch fire. These environmental interactions add some great strategy elements to the game.
Features Choose your race and origin. Choose from 6 unique origin characters with their own backgrounds and quests, or create your own as a Human, Lizard, Elf, Dwarf, or Undead. All choices have consequences Unlimited freedom to explore and experiment.
Go anywhere, talk to anyone, and interact with everything! Kill any NPC without sacrificing your progress and speak to every animal. Even ghosts might be hiding a secret or two The next generation of turn-based combat.
Blast your opponents with elemental combinations. Use height to your advantage. Master over 200 skills in 12 skill schools Up to 4 player online and dynamic split-screen multiplayer. Play with your friends online or in local split-screen with drop-in, drop-out multiplayer.
PVP Hot-seat mode: battle your friends in round-robin, hero to hero Story Mode: a new difficulty setting for players who wish to enjoy the lauded narrative, but still want to enjoy the combat An entirely re-written journal to catalogue your journey and reflect on your quests The Definitive Edition brings thousands of changes based on critic and player feedback since the original launch Character romances, disagreements, and unique quest-lines pushing the boundaries between fellowship and feud Race and Origin traits that change the state of the world depending on who you are.
Undead are attacked on sight, but pick locks with their fingers! Elves may eat the flesh of the fallen to remember distant memories Description DIVINITY: ORIGINAL SIN 2 gives players the freedom of a sandbox RPG, encouraging improvisation and experimentation, with rules made to be bent rather than followed.
The game takes place in the world of Rivellon where players can go anywhere, talk to anyone (living, dead, or non-human), and fully interact with the game world like no other RPG. The game features six unique origin characters with full-fledged backstories, personalities, and questlines: Red Prince, a haughty but heroic lizard noble; Sebille, an elven assassin; Lohse, a possessed musician; Ifan ben-Mezd, a mercenary ex-soldier; Beast, a rebel-turned-pirate dwarf; and Fane, an undead member of the long-forgotten Eternal race.
I bought this game after a friend recommended and it’s one of the best games I’ve played in years. Either single player or multiplayer(local or online). The feeling you get is that you are playing a very good RPG campaign with friends.
For anyone that likes turn based RPG, this is a must have.
This is a classic fantasy RPG that has sold 1 million units worldwide! Its high game quality, such as its position with the enemy and the influence of the weather on the battle, has been highly evaluated, and it received over 150 media awards after its release.
Aside from the main quest, there are many side quests with attractive contents. There is not necessarily only one way to capture, but you can freely capture depending on the skill you have acquired!.
This is a fantastic turn-based game. I really enjoyed the different gameplay styles. One thing that was really fun is a long wolf featurez where you don’t get a full party but you’re much stronger. Fun game with a fun world.
If you’re a fan of games like Neverwinter Nights or Baldurs Gate, you’ll enjoy this one.
This RPG is truly excellent, having spent many days or weeks playing a variety of RPGs I would highly recommend this game. The freedom to create a character based on a multiple of talents , skills and attributes.
The humour embedded in the game and the freedom you feel is second to none. An Easy to pick and put down system means divinity can be enjoyed multiple times. There are very few games that are so good I’ve completed them for a second or even third time.
I would give this game 9. 9 out of 10. – Excellent Gameplay and Character Creation – Gripping and Funny Story Line – Multiple Classes , Dual Wielding and many schools of magic – Expansive world filled with many side quests , crafting and story based activities.
Got this game because I prefer playing RPG style games. I am not much into multiplayer style games, but rather playing solo. It is very good in the way it has been designed with the quests that you can accomplish both main and side quests.
I like it because of the interaction with having to seek and search for items both involving combat an non-combat with the characters you come in contact with during you’re quest objectives. The only thing that I do not like about it is that you have to be online in the event there is a update to the game so it gets downloaded to the xbox one (bug fixes).
Up to this. I have not encountered any bugs or gliches.
In Divinity 2 – Ego Draconis, players find themselves once again in Rivellon, a timeless world full of awe and magic, shattered and frightened by the apocalyptic wars of the past. No one knows why so many people had to give their lives.
Everything seems to be over, but the peace was deceptive, for the demon has returned and the horror once again runs its course. Players begin as a Dragon Slayer, hunters whom travel the countryside determined to rid their lands of Dragons.
As the story of Divinity 2 — Ego Draconis unfolds, the player will discover new abilities and possibilities as they evolve into a legendary Dragon Lord. In addition, the player character’s abilities can be steadily improved over the course of the game and specialized in specific areas.
The world of Divinity 2 – Ego Draconis is filled with humans and fantasy creatures, each having special combat abilities. Players will need to use every skill, potion and hidden trick to their strategic advantage to reclaim the lands of Rivellon.
I’ve owned this title for about a week, played it twice so far, so I’m still getting into it. BUUUTTTT!!!! Overall it’s turning into a good game. There are times when you can feel that its just too hard to play, but, to me that makes a game more enjoyable, one habbit you will have to get into with this game is “SAVE” as I’ve found out.
Just because you kill one enemy dosen’t mean your going to kill the next one. Gameplay: Well its up to how you play, but, I guess it would be sort of like Two Worlds only not as easy. Open areas for you to run around in, enemies don’t respawn after you kill them though, not even as ghosts.
You can make the game short if you follow the main quest line or make it longer and easier overall by doing as many side qusets as you can and taking the EXP reward over any others. Having your summoned monster and ghost with you helps, and when you finish the quest, your summoned creature helps even more (TIP: try and get the freshest body parts as you can makes your creature stronger if the parts are fresh).
You may think it’s wimpy or you dont want to be called a chicken from your friends but, make rocks, pillers or any thing you can hide behind your friend even though some magic can still hit you, you will be safe from the rest.
At the very least this will give you a chance to build up mp for that spell that could save your life, and if things get too hairy don’t be shy “JUST RUN AWAY” Controlls: A bit button mashy but with some thought you can mix things up by throwing in some skills and magic.
Set up for skills and ptos can be a hastle you have 8 slots for all controlls (TIP: Don’t place any pots or summons on A or B button slots). though you can still use all the skills you have selected.
Skill List: Even though when you start off you can only have one base class (Warrior, Mage, Ranger(This is archer if you wern’t sure)) you can use skills from all (TIP: Max out wisdom as fast as you can, increases EXP earnt) even though the skills only go to 5 for each, when you get your battel tower you can increase this to 15… oh and put some thought into what skills you want, the wrong ones can hurt more than help.
In other words it better to have a skill that you need rather than a skill that sounds cool. Dragon: In dragon form you have a set of skills just for the dragon, these you can access in dragon form. Weapons and Armor: Like Two Worlds you can equip; helms, body armor, leggings and gloves, as well as 2 rings, earrings and a bracelet.
Weapon types; one handed, two handed and ranged. With one-handed you get things like swords, axes, warhammers, cleavers and shields. Two-handed; long swords and with ranged just bows no crossbows just bows.
(TIP: Keep an eye out for “SETS” the more pieces to a set you have the better your stats and resistances will be) One sour note, before I brought this game I was told your armor can affect the way you look in dragon form, well this is not true.
I’ve been naked, half armored and fully armored as a dragon and it never changed. to change your dragon form look you get armor sets that can only be used in your dragon form. Overall I give this game a 4/5 wudda got 5 if your armor changed how your dragon looked.
Played the game at a friends house and got so interested in it that I just had to get it couldn’t find a copy anywhere in my area so went online and found this copy at ebay and have been playing it ever since the game has enough in it that it holds your interes just enough that you end up playing late into the wee small hours of the morning.
All the while getting both further into the game and the story. Get the game and try it and I am sure you will like it as much as I do. Cheers shatan25.
The ability to build your own ultimate fighting creature from body parts collected in battle. This creature’s power is literally the sum of its body parts, and once created it will follow your commands Golem fashion.
Sequel to an award-winning Divinity RPG series, that makes use of the same classless system that was incorporated in earlier games, which allows you to choose your own path as you become a Dragon Knight.
For the first time, an RPG unlocks the power of the Dragon. Climb high and vaporize all that stands in your way as you strategically use both your human and dragon forms to defeat Damian and become the ultimate Dragon Knight.
Divinity II provides a wide range of moral choices while questing. When you make these choices, the consequences of your actions appear throughout game play, and keep the action exciting and intertwined.
Use of powerful Battle Towers, vast citadels accessible via the relic known as the Dragon Stone. The Dragon Stone allows you to teleport to the Battle Tower at any moment so that you can utilize the powers within.
While I played Divine Divinity and Beyond Divinity I thought I would enjoy the third in the Divinity series. I will admit that the graphics are outstanding but I find that there is a lot of stuttering in the game.
I have a Dell Inspiron 17 with a 500 gig hard drive, 4 gig of RAM and running Windows 7/64. I am not impressed with the 360 format of the game either and find that the documentation does not help in learning how to play the game.
Game might be great with a 360 gaming system (Which I don’t have) but it leaves a lot to be desired on a PC.
Divinity II: Ego Draconis is an action-oriented RPG with a traditional fantasy setting, in which players take the role of a dragon slayer who eventually becomes a dragon. Magic and melee combat proceeds in a real-time flow, but can be paused to allow the player to consider and change commands.
Although from a behind-the-back perspective in full 3D, instead of an isometric viewpoint, the play of the game is in the target-and-click, hack-and-slash style of earlier action role-playing games in the series, Divine Divinity and Beyond Divinity.
Combat is won with strategy and tactics, and the game’s storyline is determined by many moral choices, both significant and minor. The player’s decisions lead different NPCs to become friends or enemies with the hero, closing off some possibilities while opening up others, leading to additional choices and consequences.
Although following a tale of classic swords and sorcery, the game features no set class system, instead allowing players to freely steer the development.
Dark Souls 2 is the weakest of the batch. The original creator was busy working on Bloodborne and the two original directors were not able to achieve the vision they wanted, causing setbacks and rewrites, ending in one of the two leaving the project and the other needing to finish it without specific direction.
Most of the environments look okay, but compared to the original they do not feel as fleshed out or interesting. The enemies are fine, but many of the bosses are terrible reskins of Dark Souls 1 bosses, or are simply larger versions of normal enemies.
From a texture and lighting standpoint, Dark Souls 2 is terrible, and needed significant patching before it was even acceptable. The Black Armor Edition includes a Steelbook case with raised artwork and places for two disks, so it can hold the soundtrack and game together.
It also comes with a Black Armor DLC voucher which has long since expired. The soundtrack is excellent, filled with hauntingly beautiful tracks. Overall, if you are a fan of Dark Souls titles, this is one to have purely for collection purposes; otherwise the Scholar of the First Sin edition is the more complete and enhanced version.
Now that the server issues are mostly solved, I figured I should take the time to make a real review for this game. I’ll try to keep this short, so I’ll just address a few key points: * Graphics * Controls * Gameplay Graphics: 8/10 The graphics in this game aren’t ground breaking.
They serve their purpose, but are also quite lacking in many places. This is not a game where you are meant to view a lot of things from close up, but some of the short cutscenes also force objects close to the camera, revealing the lazy texture work.
From Software had to cut back the graphics a lot before release in order to get a steady frame rate, and it shows. However, the game isn’t ugly, either, so it is not a chore to play. And because of the graphical cutbacks they did, the game does run at a mostly steady frame rate, with only a handful of small areas or effects causing the game to stutter.
Controls: 9/10 The controls right now, as of version 1. 03, are not as responsive or tight as they were in Dark Souls 1. If you try doing some things too rapidly, such as dropping your shield and then attacking, you may do a specific shield-raised attack if your weapon supports it.
On top of that, the forward-R1 move, which is now a shield break as opposed to a kick in Dark Souls 1, can be extremely difficult to trigger sometimes. Another issue is menu lag. Right now, it can take upwards of 5 seconds for the menu to appear when hitting Start, or for the Bonfire menu to appear, as well as some menus after talking to NPCs.
This is a very annoying bug, which should be fixed with a patch as soon as possible, as many have noticed and complained about this. These issues are likely to be fixed in patches, however, by fixing the input frame windows.
On the positive side, other minor changes have been made to the controls, such as allowing you to change the jump from the old “tap O while sprinting” method to clicking L3 while sprinting. This makes the game far easier to play from a control point of view.
Gameplay: 9. 5/10 A large portion of the game has stayed similar to Dark Souls 1. The combat is more slow paced compared to other action games. Tactical play is rewarded while blind rushing will probably get you killed.
The durability system for equipment has had a major overhaul, and weapons are now far more brittle, but now also have their durability restored at bonfires (if broken, you must repair them at the blacksmith).
This forces you to be more mindful of your weapons, change your gear more often so your equipment doesn’t break, and experiment more often. You also have six weapon slots instead of four, to help with this.
Covenants also had a major overhaul, bringing in some interesting new ones that rely on attacking people who enter certain locations, or helping people fight off invaders, as well as others. However, most of the PvP interaction happens in NG+, due to the limitations From Soft have put on players are paired together, to help combat ‘Twinking’ (where a low level player invades other low level players with end-game gear and ruins their day), which almost nullifies the point of one of the covenants (Way of the Blue).
Death is also punished in a way similar to Demon’s Souls, but not as severely. Every time you die, you lose 5% of your maximum health, until you eventually reach the minimum 50% HP. Apparently, this also lowers your connection to other players, making it harder to be invaded.
You also cannot summon other players to help you with bosses or areas, but you can still be summoned yourself. You can be revived by using a Human Effigy (similar to Humanity), or rarely/randomly by killing a boss when summoned by another player (this has been called a bug and will probably be patched, however).
Also, right from the start, you will be able to warp to any bonfire you have lit, unlike in Dark Souls 1, where you had to wait until at LEAST 2/3 of the way through the story. This helps to cut down on wasted time simply running aimlessly through the world, and while some people were sceptical about this change, many are glad it was made after they played the game.
You also now have the option to reallocate your stats through the use of an item found in game. This allows players to create a new PvP or PvE build without having to start over a completely new character, a great addition to the game for the PvP community, because it allows people to make a new build without having to play through the entire game with a new character.
Overall: 9/10 Right now, the game is in need of a patch to fix some of the more glaring issues, like the menu lag, and the control input windows. The game itself is great in my opinion, and the gameplay itself deserves a 10/10, but until the outlined issues are fixed, I have to give this game a rating of 9 out of 10.
Being one of the later players of the first Dark Souls there wasn’t quite enough time between them when Dark Souls II was released. I bought it, and after a couple of hours I put it on the shelf, so to speak.
Now after another year has passed I was finally ready to venture into the dark, depressing, difficult, but amazingly rewarding world of Dark Souls II. One of the biggest difference between the two is the bon-fires that allow you to quickly travel between areas.
This is a really nice improvement. The other major difference, I am not so fond of. In Dark Souls II when you die, you go Hollow. You get weaker, and you look really dead at least until you use a Human Effigy to restore your humanity.
These are not too easy to come by, not ridiculously impossible, but enough so that you have to spend good chunks of time in this state, and I hate it. I just don’t like being a rotten corpse, and I don’t think there is anything wrong with that.
You don’t get so weak that it is a major disadvantage that takes all the fun out of the game, it’s mostly the aesthetics that I don’t like. So I buy a helmet that covers my face first. Grinding is still the most important part of the game.
Going back to areas over and over again defeating the same enemies, leveling up and improving your fighting skills. You will do lots and lots of this. If you are like me, and this sounds fun you will love this game.
If you liked the first Dark Souls there is no reason not to love this game as it is really just a graphically improved continuation of the first in many ways, though definitely different enough to give the player a whole new experience.
Grim Grimoire is the tale of a young magician named Lillet Blan. After getting into a prestigious magic school, Blan wakes up on the fifth day to find all the other students and faculty have disappeared.
Blan realizes she is continuously living out her first day of school and must use her memories to solve the mystery and locate all the missing people.
I bought Grimgrimoire due to I am trying to collect the Vanillaware series. Not to mention this is a great game. The GrimGrimoire game works perfectly, though the box is slightly damaged (not that I care since all it matters to me is the game).
But the Manual is in perfect condition and Disk has very few scratch marks on the back. Which is very excellent! Though the disk does have a problem of when lag appears, all sounds stops. I am not sure if it is a glitch, a problem in the disk, my PS2 cords, or the cut back about the game.
But it rarely does that and won’t interfere with gameplay/nor does it freeze. I am only giving this good due to the box and the minor issue with the sound problem.
Grimgrimoire is a great looking game, with a mediocre combat system. As far as the graphics are concerned, it’s one of the most beautiful ever on the Playstation 2. Especially for this game being 2D, something not quite as common as once was.
The characters are absolutely stunning, and intelligent. With what seems like a somewhat compelling storyline. But moving on to the combat. This is somewhat lacking as far as I am concerned. The combat menus are somewhat confusing.
Even for someone who is familiar with RTS games, and definitley with RPGs. Making the characters were easier to control than I would have rated this game with a higher score. The main reason I bought this game was the visuals and the publisher, NIS America.
As being know for their selection of odd games from Japan.
This game is certainly for the anime/harry potter/real time strategy fan but definently worth trying even if you aren’t for the gorgeous artwork and a cool story. This game will deffinently be a classic and shouldn’t be missed.
It is completely voiced and if you are like me you like your anime in japanese since theres something to be appreciated for the sincerity of tone in the way japanese actors express things both exagerated and subtle.
You can also hear it in english which is also well acted. The game really takes it’s time teaching you all you need to know at the begining. All in all I’m very happy with the game and hope we see more like it in years to come.
Prepare to Die again in the complete Dark Souls II experience with Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin. Hallmark challenge & reward await you with augmentations, additions and enhancements fueled by the passion and talent of famed Japanese studio FromSoftware.
nnPrepare to Die again in the complete Dark Souls II experience with Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin. Hallmark challenge & reward await you with augmentations, additions and enhancements fueled by the passion and talent of famed Japanese studio FromSoftware.
Very happy with this purchase, good value for the game as I am a longtime fan of the franchise. Came as quickly as it could over the Christmas and New year’s break. No damage to disc or case and was all sealed and brand new.
The DLC that is included is difficult but worth the value and for a last gem co sole game the graphics are definitely up to scratch.
for myself the thickness of the strings allows you to feel the string also being light gauge they are not as tight and sharp when pressing down to play a chord or note with good all round sound with deep base and good high end with sustain well it is on my guitar a Rathbone number 2 full wooden guitar.
TranslateShow in original languageIch habe lange überlegt, ob ich mir ein Dark Souls Spiel kaufen werde. Einerseits sagte mir die Atmosphäre und das Gameplay sehr zu, andererseits schreckte mich die überall genannte extrem hohe Schwierigkeit ab, denn ich gehöre zu den Spielern, die nach einigen Fehlversuchen einen Boss zu besiegen das Spiel weglegen und lange Zeit, wenn überhaupt, nicht mehr anrühren.
Doch gerade jetzt bei dem Hype um das kürzlich erschienene Dark Souls 3 habe ich mich dann doch entschieden, das Spiel zu kaufen. Und was soll ich sagen: Es macht mega viel Spaß und auch bei knapp über 100 Toden bei 20 Spielstunden bin ich noch motiviert weiter zu machen.
Bis jetzt gab es bei mir nur eine Handvoll Gegner und Situationen, die mich demotiviert haben. Doch mein Tipp: Das Spiel beenden und erst ein bis ein Paar Tage später wieder weiterspielen, dann ist auch das kein Problem.
Das Level System ist prima gelungen: Man spürt jeden neuen Skillpunkt des Charakters beim Spielen! Für alle Anfänger, die wie ich auch am Anfang verunsichert sind: Schaut euch Dark Souls Tipps und Tricks an!.
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