Developer Larian has built an amazing universe over the course of the past 10 years with their Divinity series. In celebration of the accomplishment, they have recently released the Divinity Anthology
. This collection, which contains Beyond Divinity, Divine Divinity, and Divinity II: Developer’s Cut, can be picked up on Steam for $29.99!
Another way that you can get your hands on this RPG-collection is by answering a couple of questions for us. The first five readers who manage to send the correct answers to all five of the following questions, will receive Steam codes to download a complimentary copy of the Divinity Anthology! It is pretty easy: send your answers to the following questions to firstname.lastname@example.org
and once we verify your answers, we’ll send back a code!
The topic, as usual, is video game trivia. Here we go:
When Nintendo first introduced Mario in the original Donkey Kong, what was his name?
While in development, Rare had titled their cutesy platformer “Twelve Tales”, but the final product could be called anything but cutesy. Name the game as it would be known by consumers.
Sony released a rare version of the original Playstation in Japan that came with the tools and instructions for users to program their own Playstation games… and it was black. What was it called?
The Halo series was originally designed to be this type of game, not a first person shooter.
Which game has been credited by the Guiness Book of World Records as being the most ported game ever?
Good luck to everyone who enters and remember, you can’t win if you don’t try!