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Uneducated opinion: M2G loves BeyDiv

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Uneducated opinion: M2G loves BeyDiv

Review - posted by Vault Dweller on Wed 12 May 2004, 14:26:07

Tags: Beyond Divinity; Larian Studios

M2G posted a review of Beyond Divinity, giving it 84%, and saying things like we can say nothing but good about the graphics, so the graphical aspect is good. The reviewer strongly believes that RPG=lotsa side quests and that may have influenced his opinion a little bit.

Another great thing that has been inserted into this game is the fact that you can go into some sort of Battlefields that enable you to do some quests or gain some experience by slaughtering the large amount of enemies that is present at the Battlefields. Also you will find a lot of merchants here that will want to do business with you as well as give you some quests which will get you a great reward when completing them. But before you can access these battlefields you will first have to find the unlocker for each of the different levels of battlefields.

Our conclusion about the game is the following: Beyond Divinity might be the game that will make gamers quit Diablo 2 or other RPG’s of this genre and offers the gamer a great gaming experience. It has good graphics, great gameplay and very good sound and is once again a proof of the skilled crew they have working at Larian Studios. This game is very good and is a must-have for the RPG fans and can’t be lacking in your collection.
Looks like a lot of people are into reviews writing these days.


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