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Help Me Solve The Mystery Of These Divinity: Original Sin 2 Boots

Divinity: Original Sin 2 is one of those games that’s filled with objects. Each cottage, fortress, tavern, and dungeon you come across is loaded with things that you can pick up, move around, equip, or sell. Sometimes those things tell a story. Sometimes those stories do not immediately make sense.Read more… Continue Reading at http://kotaku.com

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Nathan Grayson’s Top 10 Games Of 2017

It is the future. A young man, arms strong from competing with 100 other shoppers every day to be the only person to buy groceries at Target, eyes his grandmother expectantly. Her features betray exhaustion from years of delivering raw, unfiltered internet to those the three mega-providers deem unworthy, but there is…Read more… Continue Reading […]

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Divinity Original Sin 2 Player Collects Paintings Of Boss, Beats Him With Them

They say that pride goes before a fall. One Divinity: Original Sin 2 player decided to interpret the saying literally, killing jerk boss Bishop Alexander by having a plethora of paintings of himself—the surest sign of hubris—fall on his head until he died.Read more… Continue Reading at http://kotaku.com

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Big Divinity: Original Sin 2 Patch Improves Final Act, Nerfs Chickens

It’s quite an achievement that Divinity: Original Sin 2 launched mostly functional despite how massive it is. That said, the experience had a few patches of pimples. Some quests were unclear or busted, it was too hard to talk your way through act 4, and most glaringly, chickens were way overpowered. Today, a big…Read more… […]

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Hugs And Shoulder Taps Speak As Loud As Words in Divinity: Original Sin 2’s Conversations

Physical contact has always been fairly limited in video games. In many games, your character can hit others with their hands, feet, or arm that’s also a sword, if you have one of those. In some, your character can flirt or have sex with other characters. In a handful, you can hold hands. I can […]

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