It's got its heart in the right place, but it leaves something to be desired...
Shatter28 wrote this review on .
Early on you'll get the distinct feeling you're playing a horribly mediocre game: the combat sound effects are not good and just fail to convey a sense of violence, you'll find a book about a fellow named "Robin Wood" and decide the game would have been better without it, you'll note the same model of male/female
is used over and over, etc. If you stick with it though, the story will eventually start to shine, you'll start to appreciate the level design, the voice acting and the (simple) fun of flying and fighting as a dragon, which reminded me of old, top-down space shooters somehow.
Divinity II could have been a much better game than it is. It seems many of its issues could have been resolved with a little more testing and tweaking. Ego Draconis is clearly inspired by games such as Morrowind and Gothic and it takes many good ideas from those games, but it is also clear that it never quite reaches their level of excellence.