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So is Dragon commander good, bad or mediocre?
The rts elements and the strategic ones are ok, but the diplomatic portion is awesome!
Divinity: Original Sin's release date is delayed from December to February!
You know, this is the first time I'm GLAD that a game got delayed...
Q&A session, just ended like 15 minutes ago
Man I'm glad my question is the first to be answered!
Bad news for those who pledge explicitly for alpha/beta...everyone who pledge up from some point seems to get that now...(still good for me then), but you can get refund if you want! (system up soon)
Alpha is out! Check Larian Vault if you pledged it!
@onyhow: I am always glad when an RPG is delayed. Because I've seen what happens to ones that aren't...
But yeah, I am pretty excited about D:OS as well, especially the idea of two player characters. I don't recall many games that use that trope: Larian's own Beyond Divinity, Darkstone, and that's pretty much it. Well, there are also games like Icewind Dale where you put together an entire party, but it's not the same... I already know which characters I'll make on my first playthrough—and role-play the hell out of them. :D
PS: I've made a page for Divinity: Original Sin, by the way. Feel free to contribute.
edited 17th Jan '14 4:58:59 AM by Koveras
Speaking of Original Sin, it just came out on Steam Early Access today. Anyone getting it?
I have pledge for a two copies on KS already.
Anyone tried Original Sin after the beta update? I'm hearing a lot of good things about it but I'm not sure I want to pay for an unfinished game.
Dragon Commander is available now on Steam on a massive discount.
Which discount you get is actually a bit complicated. On this page:
http://store.steampowered.com/news/12883/ the discount is listed as 66%
But if you click on the big handy icon disguised as a picture you end up with this:
http://store.steampowered.com/app/243950/ - You will see the same game is available on a discount of 76%. Get it now before the sale ends or Steam realise they done screwed up, dawgs.
edited 10th Apr '14 8:31:53 PM by TamH70
Just picked up Dragon Commander on Steam, installing it now so I can give it a spin tomorrow. I don't meet the requirements for the maxed out settings so I'll just turn them down.
Any beginners traps I should be worried about?
I'm thinking of picking this up on Steam - hopefully without falling into the "find out about it while it's on sale, do lots of research and thinking it over to make sure it's for me, then decide to buy it only to find out that it's not on sale any more" aggravation that I always seem to fall into with Steam.
I'd get it now if I were you. Seventy six percent discount is NOT to be sneezed at, and is the reason why I bought it.
Word. My need to heavily think over exactly what I'm buying before deciding to get it is the reason why I ultimately didn't get Crusader Kings II (I found a mod I liked and thus decided to buy it, but by then the sale was over) and why I ended up having to pay full price for Civ V (the sale was over, but I really wanted it...).
On the other hand, not knowing everything about the game before I get it is how I ended up with Endless Space, which I not only didn't know was Steam exclusive (I got it off Amazon, which only mentioned Steam in what was essentially fine print), but ended up not liking as much as I thought I would.
I'm going to check a Let's Play or two, see if it's really as good a match for me as I think. But I think I'm going to speed up my process...
edited 12th Apr '14 11:19:47 AM by KnownUnknown
Got driven to a stalemate when I tried to take the enemies capital, he had way too many units and I haven't researched my own air units yet. Gonna capture a few more islands and research some more.
Is there any way to boost your dragon's health; cause those airships were tearing me apart.
EDIT: I guess I chose the dragon with the least amount of health; I just saw the abilities/description and assumed it was the combat one, as opposed to the support/balanced options.
edited 12th Apr '14 2:18:24 PM by Rationalinsanity
Hrm... well, it looks like this game might be a bust. It looks neat, but when playing it I get crazy lag, and after a single turn it invariably crashes. Hard. It generally forces my entire computer to restart, and if it doesn't it causes the computer to slow down so much that I have to restart it anyway.
So huh, Original Sin is now released.
So how is it?
It's out!...and my PC broke (specifically my HDD is breaking). Crap.
edited 30th Jun '14 8:52:01 PM by onyhow
Played through the Beta last week, now i've started the complete game. Pretty addictive so far. FYI: the developers realized they bit of more than they could chew when they were trying to implement a day/night cycle so they scrapped it. Don't know if anyone posted that yet. Still an awesome game.
What I like especially is the tactical combat. Just yesterday my friend and I (both at level 4) finished a group of level 6 and 7 orcs (thats a big deal) by using the environment and some crowd control. It's nice to see a game where it does not just matter when you use your skills, but where on the battlefield you stand while you use them. Oh, and there's friendly fire. ;P
Examples for using the environment:
water puddle + cold = ice (knocks down anyone who walks over it too fast)
water puddle + Lightning = electrified puddle (stuns anyone who walks in)
water puddle + fire = steam (blocks vision)
steam + lightning = lightning cloud (take a guess)
poison puddle + fire = explosion
burning soil + rain = no more burning (you can walk there again)
seriously, rain is one of the most useful spells.
Oh, and blood can also be electrified or frozen.
Add movable barrels and crates as cover from rangers and you are good to go.
edited 1st Jul '14 12:00:58 AM by ZheToralf
So. Many. Options.
I spent like an hour in character creation.
Seriously need to get this. I loved Dragon Commander (Should get round to finishing it, but part of me just wants to fly around, not bother with the whole ordering army thing)
Always seems the way with the Divinity games - I love them but start to lose momentum about 2/3s in. Almost TOO much to do!
How's it so far in terms of plot / freedom / confusion?
I have an extra Kickstarter key if anyone want to trade for it (choice of GOG or Steam key, though I might have to check again)...may give some discount.
edited 2nd Jul '14 9:55:52 AM by onyhow
It can be pretty confusing. You can build your characters any way you want and, after you get to town, you can do whatever you want and the game feels no need to give you more than basic direction. Go around, explore, talk to people, find quests and get some experience because this game is not easy. If you just waltz right out the gates without getting a couple levels and companions in town then you will get murdered.
Now that the game is released, the Divinity Original Sin page needs some updates.
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