Earlier this week, PC gaming editor Jeff Grubb said something that I thought was me just having a fever dream as I battled a persistent cold: “I’m writing about playing Divinity: Original Sin 2 on my smartphone.” Yeah, right, I thought. No way could anyone cobble together a way to bring this PC role-playing masterpiece (I […]
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