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Divine Divinity

Platform(s): PC
Genre: RPG/Action
Publisher: CDV
Developer: Larian Studios
Release Date: Sept. 17, 2002

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Good Old Games Adds 'Divine Divinity' With 'Beyond Divinity' to Follow

by Rainier on Oct. 29, 2009 @ 10:59 a.m. PDT

Divine Divinity is an RPG in which you take control over either a male of female character whom you guide through a highly interactive fantasy world. Your goal is to develop your character by making him/her better in a variety of skills, discover mysteries, combat enemies and save the day.

In 2002, as many RPGs made the transition to full 3D environments, the creators of Divine Divinity decided to make a classic isometric RPG which, as stated by PC Zone, became “living proof that, when tailored by the right hands, isometric RPGs can still be as captivating and challenging as their 3D counterparts.” The game takes the player on a fantastic quest in a land torn apart by corruption and dark magic. During his journey the player will travel across a huge and richly detailed world, become involved in an intriguing plot and complete loads of engaging quests.

“I remember the release of Divine Divinity as if it was yesterday. We had no clue how people would react to the game and weren’t sure that our RPG mix was going to appeal. Then, suddenly we got bombarded with emails and forum reactions from people enjoying the game, and received award after award from the specialized press. It was a very rewarding time, and I look forward to see the reactions from the audience,” said Swen Vincke, CEO at Larian Studios. “ approaching us was also the perfect opportunity for us to address a couple of issues in the original game, and introduce support for higher resolutions.”

“Divine Divinity and Beyond Divinity are games that really impressed a lot of RPG fans when they came out, but also were overlooked by many,” said Adam Oldakowski, Managing Director of “Just before the release of another game in the Divinity series, we thought it would be great to reintroduce these great games to the audience. I'm sure they'll love it.”

Divine Divinity is already available for download at for $5.99, DRM-free and compatible with Windows XP and Vista. Beyond Divinity will be added to the catalogue in the coming weeks.

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