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Brief BeyDiv preview at GameSpot

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Brief BeyDiv preview at GameSpot

Preview - posted by Spazmo on Wed 14 April 2004, 02:27:28

Tags: Beyond Divinity; Larian Studios

Gamespot PC have a quick preview of the upcoming action RPG thing, Beyond Divinity.

Classic role-playing games traditionally put you in the role of a hero destined to save a fantasy kingdom by slaying monsters, acquiring treasures and powerful weapons, and improving your strength by gaining experience levels. 2002's Divine Divinity was very much a traditional role-playing game in this sense, since the isometric action role-playing game presented an epic quest with a suitably epic story and even a correspondingly epic zombie named Jake. Developer Larian Studios is now putting the finishing touches on the sequel, Beyond Divinity, which promises even more epic role-playing in a strange new world. Unfortunately, the game was recently delayed slightly; fortunately, this was to include all-new English voice-over. We recently had a chance to see an updated version of the game in action.


I really hope they mustered some decent voice acting this time because the spoken dialogue in DivDiv was godawful.

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