This trailer depicts an internal review meeting at Larian Studios for Divinity: Original Sin, protecting "things you are not supposed to see" by hiding them on the YouTube. Here's word on this behind-the-scenes look at this RPG sequel: "Larian Studios gives you a rare chance to step behind the scenes in a weekly review meeting for the upcoming role-playing opus, Divinity: Original Sin. Includes never-before-seen gameplay and insight into what developers talk about."
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Fibrocyte wrote on Nov 22, 2012, 08:41: I've played Divine Divinity and loved it.
It looks like Divinity 2: Director's Cut is the latest installment in the series -- is it any good?
I played both Divinity 2 when it came out and Divinity 2's expansion as well, and since Director's cut is simply both of those shipped together with a dev console thrown in, I'd have to say that it's one of the best deals you can buy in the action RPG genre right now.
It's light on story, but there is a fairly long quest with some tough combat and challenging boss fights if you're into that thing. Some of the locales are constantly recycled though, but not on Dragon Age 2's scale.
Overall it's not as good as Divinity 1, but it's a solid ARPG that should keep you busy for a month.