and still no reviews from main gaming reviews outlets. *Cough* cough* Gamespot and IGN. I mean, come on, one of the most anitcipated rpgs this year, and Gamespot and Ign didn't bother to make a review about it day 1 even though the game was fully playable since June 20. But by some weird reason, GS had time to review the pus of Tranformers and a shitty PC exclusive that nobody heard of, Spoiler Alert.
Seriously, it's like GS and IGN is out of touch with current state of PC gaming. They miss on important releases and review indie shit instead just to fill a checkbox that they care about Indie game.
I know that the game was offically relased on June 30th, but come on GS, you could easily have access to the early version if you bothered to ask the dev or just bought an early access from Steam for 40 bucks.
Anyway, the game is REALLY great. I am getting so much Baldurs Gate-vibe with this one. The game is reallly daunting at first because of its scale and size, but it's really worth the effort to plunge in it.
Divinity Original Sin is also doing really great sales wise, being Steam's number 1 for a week. The current player number stats was pushed from 3k at launch to 20k after a weak of sales and it keeps growing.
I am really glad that this game is doing well. We all need the resurrection of good RPGs, not corrupted by Mountain Dew and Doritos fuelled industry.