I'm having a tough time deciding between Divine Divinity and Gothic II: Gold.
Would love to find out what everybody else chose.
Picked Beyond Divinity because of the review on Gamespot's which follows:
"Call it Diviner Divinity. The sequel to 2002's surprisingly good old-school role-playing game from Belgian developer Larian Studios isn't a huge departure from its predecessor, but it won't seem as surprisingly good if you've had the pleasure of playing the previous game. However, it does offer a lengthy, brand-new quest and party-based gameplay, whereas the previous game was a single-character affair. Beyond Divinity, like its strangely-named predecessor Divine Divinity (which incidentally is included with the new game as a free bonus), combines the hack-and-slash action and open-ended character building of the Diablo games with the detailed, open-ended world and quest-heavy single-player gameplay of the classic Ultima games, or more recent hits like The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind. The result may be a little too overwhelming or simply too difficult for the role-playing neophyte, though fans of Divine Divinity and other games like it should certainly give the new sequel a shot. It promises many hours of addictive adventuring, all with a tone that succeeds at being self-consciously humorous in the face of some fairly conventional fantasy trappings. "
Skipped on the JoWood stuff They suck for me..