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Topic # 80721 3-Apr-2011 13:12
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Does anyone have this game they might want to sell or know where I can buy a copy in NZ only.

This is a hard game to find, I want a disk version it can be downloaded of steam but its 13gigs plus im not really into digital DL games with their 5 limit installs and what not. Ive asked game retailers on TM, Mightyape, firstgames and a few others - none of them have it nor can they order it from their suppliers. Console version no problem, PC and were out of luck. The game is out on disk for PC as Ive googled and it was released in the USA and UK on disk for PC when it came out. 

Divinity II: The Dragon Knight Saga  average scores 8/10  plus the game world looks a beaut.
Because I can't find a copy of this game anywhere, in the end I brought Fallout 3 Goty just to have that rpg fix. FO3 is a good choice. 



     
 




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  Reply # 454815 3-Apr-2011 15:14
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  Reply # 457155 10-Apr-2011 06:06
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Thanks but I might give it a miss prefer NZ only. I seen the game on Amazon as well. I'll keep checking TM.




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  Reply # 459063 15-Apr-2011 10:17
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Found it!!!

TradeMe seller had it up last night. Apparently the seller who is a games merchant on TM don't know if I can put his TM user name here so I wont, but he has plenty of copy's of this game for the PC available. Yahoo!




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