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DIVINE DIVINITY (PC) original retail boxed
This is the original retail box set. This is not the more frequently seen dvd-style cased set or CD-cased size box set. I did see a few listing shows this retail boxed stock photo with a somekind disclaimer – I quite doubt they are really what their photo shows. Here is the more rarely seen original retail boxed set. This set is collectible.
The retail box set Includes :
70 page game manual,
3 CDs (2 install disc & 1 game disc) in original thick quad jewel case,
registration card (clean, but kind curled up).
CDs & game manual are in mint condition. Exterior box is in very good condition (with dog ears).
Please check the last photo that shows system requirements. This is an old game. Your newer systems may or may not be able to play this game - check on the web - you decide.
I will accept return request ONLY IF I has made an error in this description. Otherwise, I will not accept returns, you just have to sell it on to someone else whose system can play it.
You will receive the exact item in the photos. Three shipping methods – cheap & slow, faster & costly - for you to choose.
[game description – from web]
from an Amazon customer review :
Divine Divinity is a great game. The best way to characterize it is 'Diablo II with a plot.' Your character goes up levels and chooses skills in a similar fashion as Diablo II. But here is more :
1) Lots of quests and character interaction. Instead of just having a few NPCs standing around for quests and shopkeeping, you have a wider world.
2) More real-world items. Unlike Diablo II, here you have plenty of items not in the 'Weapon', 'Armor', or 'Gem/Potion/Scroll' category. Lots of different types of foodstuffs scattered around the place, including homes and campsite, as well as bushes and shrubs, lend a bit of a 'Morrowind' or 'Gothic 2' feel to the game, despite the isometric character view.
3) Lots of clever, tricky quests. Many of the quests are quite challenging, and hidden caves, trapdoors, secret passages, and other thing abound to confound the player.
4) Humor. I often find myself grinning at books or parchments I pick up along the way, unlike Diablo II which is savagely unfunny.