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I'm having a tough time deciding between Divine Divinity and Gothic II: Gold.

Would love to find out what everybody else chose.
Can't choose any without the right E-mail, but I'll be picking Gothic 2
Gothic II.
Appeared to me to be the most interesting game.
Gothic 2.

And also because I paid in euros, I got to choose the 2 extra games also.

Picked up Duke Nukem 3D and Baldur's Gate 2.
I took Divine Divinity, was torn between Gothic II and Divine Divinity and I came into the conclusion that Divine Divinity seemed more interesting to me
Already had the 2 Divinity games (they're .. okay), so went with Gothic 2.
Divine Divinity because I picked up Gothic 2 in the JoWood sale the other week.
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Jeffro: 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..
I think I'm gonna go for Divine Divinity. I recently put about 100 hrs. into Gothic 3 and still havnt finished it as I'm burned out on it.

To anybody that has played the Realms of Arkania series: Does it play like the older Might and Magic games? or something else entirely?
Gothic 2 played it about 5 years ago such an amazeing game never played the exspansion though.
As I already have Gothic 2 and both Divinity games I think I'm going for Realm of Arkania 3 Or should I grab Realm of Arkania 1+2 first?
for those who doenst have gothic, i recomended its an awesome serie, im gonna take the divine divinity people talk a lot of good stuff about it

THANKS GOG FOR THIS AWESOME OFFER!!
I already have Gothic II, so I decided for "Divine Divinity"...:)
And used those 6 and 10 USD cupons to purchase "Gabriel Knight" and "Battle Isle"...
I got Divine Divinity. It was the only one I didn't own.

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petr_kolar: As I already have Gothic 2 and both Divinity games I think I'm going for Realm of Arkania 3 Or should I grab Realm of Arkania 1+2 first?
While Realm of the Arkania 3 was a fun RPG game, It is also a bit of a hard game to start off with. I recommend 1+2. Besides, you really can't go wrong with *TWO* free games, can ya?
Post edited May 10, 2011 by gamekid
Gothic 2 here