Where some RPGs are a little bit fiddly, Divinity: Original Sin 2 is downright daunting. It's got systems inside of systems inside of paradox barrels, and it gleefully throws you into the deep end with a minimal amount of explanation. If ever a game begged for tips, it's this one. We've got you covered.
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I'm utterly jealous of anyone who has yet to play Divinity: Original Sin, particularly in co-op. With the Enhanced Edition out and about -- and half-price on Steam right now -- you can enjoy the game, all fresh and new, but with so many extra bells and whistles you could open a store in Shiny Noisy Town on Bling Avenue and make a killing.
It's been a while since we last spoke of Divinity: Original Sin, so if it dropped off your radar, don't feel bad. If you're thirsty for more click-based role-playing action, with a sprinkling of old-school Baldur's Gate roleplaying thrown in, then get it back on your radar as there's an alpha available right now.
Larian Studios' Divinity franchise has had an uneven past. The first game, Divine Divinity, was very good, but others have been more mixed.
When Larian announced its new Divinity game yesterday, I felt an emotion for which I know no word. It was the sensation that combines unhinged fannish glee with abject terror and worry.