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    Divine Divinity

    Game » consists of 3 releases. Released Sep 22, 2002

    Journey to the land of Rivellon and fight the dark side in this debut action RPG by Belgian developer Larian Studios.

    Short summary describing this game.

    Divine Divinity last edited by bobafettjm on 06/16/20 08:16PM View full history


    Divine Divinity is an action RPG released in 2002. It was the debut title by Larian Studios, located in Belgium.


    The story revolves around your character and his or her adventures through the magical realm of Rivellon. As the story moves forward, you learn of a demonic presence that was banished many years ago from the land by a council of mages that is slowly returning to a world full of distrust and hatred amongst different factions.


    Equipment Management
    Equipment Management

    The gameplay is similar in style to action RPG's like Diablo, while containing a more open-ended world, optional quests and a levelling system that have more in common with traditional RPG series such as Ultima or Elder Scrolls. The player begins by choosing either a Survivor, Warrior or Wizard as their beginning class which also determines beginning skills. As in most of these titles, the character gains experience which allows points to be used for various skills such as lockpicking, defense, healing, etc., each of which has several levels of proficiency. In an unorthodox twist, all potential skills are open to the player to choose from, regardless of their starting class.


    The music from the game was never officially released as an album but the tracks are available from the composer, Kirill Pokrovsky's website ( ) for free.


    00 - Warrior

    01 - Dwarven Clockwork

    02 - Sorching Wind

    03 - Tangible Suspense

    04 - The Garden at the Edge of Nowhere

    05 - Roads Shaded by Green Eaves

    06 - Those who roam in the sewers

    07 - Halls Beneath the Ground

    08 - Crypts and Catacombs

    09 - Horror of the Walking Bones

    10 - Omnious Warnings

    11 - The Song of the Wind

    12 - Sighs of the Elvenkind

    13 - Forsaken by the Gods

    14 - Warring Winds and Crimision Tides

    15 - Drunk with Dwarven Mirth

    16 - The Flags of Freedom Fly High

    17 - Against Doom and Despair

    18 - The Four Seasons Singing

    19 - Heartbeats of Undeath

    20 - A Wind of Aleroth

    21 - Stones and Trees

    22 - They Whom Have Left Long Ago

    23 - Whispers from a Council Past

    24 - A Sense of Disorientation

    25 - At the Edge of Death

    26 - Just in Time for an Ale

    27 - An Aveune of Lost Tales

    28 - Run, Zanaldor, Run!

    29 - Relentless Wandering

    30 - The Lake of Eternal Darkness

    31 - Suffering and Shame

    32 - A Forest Dark and Deep

    33 - On the Brink of Defeat

    34 - Something is Amiss

    35 - Old Rivertown

    36 - Lies and Chaos

    37 - Stronghold of the Orcs

    38 - A Perilous Path

    39 - Dancing with Mirth

    40 - Divine Divinity

    41 - Conclusion of a Destiny

    42 - War and Peace

    43 - Winds of Sand

    44 - Bitva (Battle)


    Divine Divinity recieved generally positive reviews, and was highly praised for containing some of the most highly detailed graphics in a 2D game, an immersive soundtrack, and a relatively easy-going and occasionally humourous tone at a time when most fantasy RPGs contained dark and serious subject matter.

    Original System Requirements

    • Windows 98/2000/XP/ME
    • Pentium II 450MHz
    • 128MB RAM (Recommended: 256 MB)
    • 8MB DirectX compatible Video Card
    • 4X CD-ROM drive
    • DirectSound compatible Sound Card
    • 2.5GB Hard Drive Space
    • 640x480 Resolution (Recommended: 800x600)


    Divine Divinity was re-released on for $5.99


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