Divinity: Dragon Commander
Mix of strategy and dragon combat.
Card use on the strategic map.
Balancing, and finely tuned wit.
Addition of RPG elements adds depth.
Unique and interesting setting.
Not a lot of replay value.
A learning curve associated with all units and abilities.
RPG elements not as fleshed-out as they could be.
By EuroGamer on August 22, 2013
Avoid the boring battles and instead focus on grand strategy and gay rights, and you'll find fun, imperfection, character, lovely visuals and occasional plot surprises in this ridiculous and very colourful game.70
By PCGamer on August 17, 2013
Larian understand that playing an RTS doesn’t have to mean spending days as That Incorporeal Dude Who Choreographs Combat And Clicks Through Cutscenes. Jawing with generals, ambassadors and aides in the handsome interior of your mothership, the Raven, instils a palpable sense of self.85
By GameSpot on August 09, 2013
Divinity: Dragon Commander is a gem. The flaws are overshadowed by the role playing, the politics, the humor, and of course, the dragon in a jetpack. You may not have ever dreamed of a grand strategy game in which the generals are steampunk dragons, and you can marry a skeleton. Thankfully, someone at Larian did, and the end result is a lot of fun.80
By IGN on August 07, 2013
For whatever else Dragon Commander is, it's also a game that puts big issues on the main stage, then lets us reap the rewards and shoulder the consequences of their decisions without moral judgment. For that reason alone, it's worth a look.78
By Softpedia on August 05, 2013
The version of Divinity: Dragon Commander I have played might differ slightly from the one that gamers get on launch, as the team at Larian Studios continue to improve the game experience.90
By TheControllerOnline on August 05, 2013
Divinity: Dragon Commander does a great job of mixing styles to create a fresh new take on the strategy game. Purists may feel it doesn’t go deep enough in any one area, but its different layers come together to make for an ultimately fun and complete game. If you’re looking for a truly different strategy game, be sure to grab Dragon Commander.80
By EntertainmentBuddha on August 05, 2013
Divinity: Dragon Commander deserves serious praise for its ability to create a game that blends three distinct genres in a meaningful and well-realized way. Thanks largely in part due to expert writing, balancing, and finely tuned wit, Dragon Commander soars above the competition.85
By Games On Net on August 05, 2013
Dragon Commander is a hearty strategy title that’s both entertaining and challenging. The RPG elements could be a tad better, but ultimately they serve their purpose well by engaging you in the ‘why’ of your bid for world domination, although the single-player doesn’t have much replay value to it.90
By HardcoreGamer on August 04, 2013
It’s a shame that so many people are opposed to the idea of a new-direction for the Divinity series. Even if its main story leaves much to be desired and some of its rules aren’t presented particularly well, Dragon Commander is a whole lot of fun. I urge everyone, even skeptical Divinity fans, to give Dragon Commander a shot...80
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