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It’s Dangerous to Go Alone – Divinity: Original Sin 2 Guide/Impressions Part 1

Reviewing Divinity: Original Sin 2 has always been a challenging prospect. With over 100 hours of content, and potentially so much more as someone who takes their time with games, getting out a review in the release window is nearly impossible. So, rather than trying to provide a complete review within the first week of launch, I’ve opted to create impressions/guides based on where I am in the game, what I’m enjoying, and what I’m not. The process is intended to be iterative and helpful to players who are at different points in the game, and serve as information for those who have not yet purchased.

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Low Grav Pwnage – LawBreakers Review

With high speed movement reminiscent of both Quake and Unreal Tournament, LawBreakers feels familiar, but is also unique. Where it sets itself apart is through the addition of vertical movement options, large low gravity sections on each map, and creating a title that has a very high skill ceiling. The result is one of the fastest shooters I’ve ever played, and a game that feels unique despite its similarity to others.

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