Platform: PC I consider myself to be a pretty balanced game critic. I don’t typically give out a ton of extremely low or extremely high scores, and am able to find the good and bad in most of the games I write about. But every now and then a game comes along that redefines expectations, changes the way you think about the genre, and makes all other games like it feel inferior. Divinity: Original Sin 2 is the type of game that future RPG designers dream up when they’re 10 years old playing Dungeons & Dragons. It features a seemingly endless breadth of choices and consequences accented with...Read More
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