Atlus is giving Divinity II a second chance to win over 360 owners with a remastered edition of the game.
When Divinity II was originally released in 2009, the 360 edition was met with mixed reviews and general indifference. The PC version of the game was supposed to be much better, especially when all the expansions were collected and re-released as Divinity II: The Dragon Knight Saga. CDV never published the collected edition for the 360, but Atlus has announced that it's going to pick up the slack.
Divinity II: The Dragon Knight Saga collects the game, the Flames of Vengeance expansion, and all other DLC that's been released. Supposedly this adds up to over 100 hours of content. Not only that but the content has apparently been remastered, and the graphics engine has been upgraded, too.
Atlus plans to release the game for the 360 on April 12. Not only that, but the game will come with a free soundtrack CD. I never actually played Divinity II when it came out for the console, but this trailer certainly makes it look like something I'd be interested in checking out.