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“Divinity II: The Dragon Knight Saga” To Boost 360’s Ego

Atlus is giving the 360 some divinely rare RPG goodness, but it takes a trip back to the vault in doing so. Atlus and Focus Home Interactive are going back to Divinity II: Ego Draconis, updating it and adding all the DLC, throwing the Flames Of Vengeance conclusion on the disc, and bundling it all together. Titled Divinity II: The Dragon Knight Saga (completely unrelated to Kamen Rider: Dragon Knight and any other number of Dragon Knights), the game will hit Xbox 360 on April 12th for $39.99. Factor in the free soundtrack CD, and you’ve got yourself a decent deal.

The Xbox 360 has been decidedly weaker in the RPG field, if only better than it’s predecessor. Atlus hasn’t released much for the console, so this is a fair treat. Still, it’d be nice to see some of the more Japanese-stylized RPGs hit the console, which have been mainly going to the Nintendo DS and PlayStation 3. The problem obviously stems from Japan’s lack of total acceptance for the console.  It sells, but nowhere near as much as Microsoft would like.

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