Find of the Year: Divinity: Original Sin Enhanced Edition

Divinity: Original Sin Enhanced Edition was already released for Xbox One last year. I had not played Divinity series before and dismissed the game as an another Diablo clone. The game was on sale before Christmas, and my brother recommended it, so I decided to give it at try.

The setting of the game is generic fantasy with quite a bit of humour, which reminds me a bit of Quest for Glory. So far the plot has not been too exciting, but I like the turn based combat and the classless character system. I have always disliked class based systems and combining different elemental effects is fun. There is also a co-op mode, but I have not tried it yet.

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