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IGN gives it a 7.5/10:
The Xbox 360 version of The Dragon Knight Saga is a game slightly better than the sum of its parts. While its graphics are subpar for a modern game, the combat is fast-paced and fun. It feels much better with the 360 controller rather than the mouse-and-keyboard setup of the PC version, especially with auto-aim being this forgiving. Although the expansion is a bit weaker than the core game, the total package is well worth the price of admission. If you haven't touched Divinity II at all and you enjoy action-RPGs, you won't be disappointed with the Xbox 360 version.
GamePro gives it a 3.5/5:
While it shows significant improvement over its previous release, Divinity II's visuals and gameplay still lack the level of polish we've come to expect from this generation's entries. Additionally, if you played Divinity II on the PC or slogged through the inferior 360 port, there's probably not enough here to recommend. However, if this budget release -- it costs just 40 gold pieces -- serves as your introduction to the series and you've been jonesing for some Skyrim-priming questing, I suggest you head to the stretching world of Rivellon for a rewarding adventure that'll keep your blade bloody and your inventory brimming.
And Tech-Gaming gives it a "B":
For players who haven't ventured through Divinity II's ambitious realms, The Dragon Knight Saga poses an irresistible economical impetus. Although Flames of Vengeance doesn't outshine the scale (pun intended) of its predecessor, the expansion contributes to the disk's lofty 75 hour+ playtime, making the package a requisite purchase for role-playing enthusiasts.