Name : Divine Divinity |
Platform : PC |
Release Date : 2002 |
Game Type : RPG |
Crack : Cracked |
Size : 1.86 GB |
Language : English, French, German, Russian |
The land of Rivellon is about to collapse – dark, evil powers started a war with the people of the Seven Races. But there is still hope – the ancient prophecy about the chosen one may come true with your help, dear player.
Divine Divinity is a role-playing game featuring a gameplay experience somewhere between Sacred and the Ultima series. You can choose from 3 typical character archetypes – Fighter, Mage and Survivor (Rogue-like class). Each one has a unique special skill. The rest of your character development its up to you imagination – you can even learn skills from other classes and make a very unique character build.
The game is long, challenging and very addictive. You will encounter many different enemies and a very big variety of quests and story missions. When you add great music and not-so-dated graphics you will get a full RPG experience!
What’s cool about it:
This newly re-mastered version offers support for higher resolutions.
A long, challenging and very addictive gameplay
Many different enemies and a very big variety of quests and story missions
Open character development that doesn’t confine your possibilities to just one class
Minimum system requirements: Windows XP or Windows Vista /7 /8 , 1 GHz Processor (1.4 GHz recommended), 256MB RAM (512 recommended), 3D graphics card compatible with DirectX 7 (compatible with DirectX 9 recommended), Mouse, Keyboard.
3. Setup and Install
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