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Atlus Offers Divine Artbook

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In its tradition of offering up sweet pre-order bonuses for games, Atlus has announced that pre-ordering the upcoming release of Divinity II: The Dragon Knight Saga for the Xbox 360 will net you a 52-page full-color art book featuring creature and world designs from the game.
"One of the aspects of Divinity II we are most proud of and most eager to share with our fans is the painstaking effort taken by our artists and designers to realize a living, breathing Rivellon to explore and quest in," commented Benoit Louzas, Producer at Larian Studios. "As many reviewers and fans have noted, one of the game's biggest strengths is the originality of its game world, the interesting designs of its characters, monsters, and items, and its many beautiful landscapes and vistas. We are very excited that fans who pre-order the North American verstion of Divinity II: The Dragon Knight Saga for Xbox 360 system will receive a one-of-a-kind collectible art book featuring not only these renders and sketches, but also comments and thoughts from the artists themselves."

How much would you pay for this? Well, how about if they also included a soundtrack CD featuring the game's score, which comes free in every copy of the game! (Remember, the art book is just for pre-orders!) Also keep in mind that this disc contains not only the remastered Ego Draconis, but the conclusion, Flames of Vengance, as well as all previously released DLC. That's over 100 hours of fantasy RPG goodness which can be yours on April 12 (in North America) for just $39.99! That's kind of a good deal for an open-world RPG that uses the same engine as Fallout 3 and Oblivion. Anyone play Ego Draconis who can tell me if this is worth it?

3 Comments

Arbolmalo said:

I played this game on pc and, despite a few bugs here and there, I found it an enjoyable experience. Not the greatest game out there, but solid fun. Definitely worth it at this price and with these extra goodies ;)

Joseph said:

I'm currently playing this game (the remastered version) on the PC and it is both a gorgeous world and very fun. I haven't encountered very many bugs at all. There are some minor gripes here and there (especially with regard to over-the-top difficulty when you accidentally pull too many mobs, it takes too long before you become a dragon, bizarre FMV sequences), but I do like the game's sense of humor. Definitely worth picking up on Steam.

Greg said:

Has anyone played this remastered version at all?

The jags and unbelievably low frame rate in the previous 360 version gave me actual headaches. I eventually had to just stop playing, which is a real shame because it was a neat game even if it did cause me physical pain.

I was wondering if there's any improvement in the graphics engine.

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