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Felthar

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  1. I really love to hear that. My friend insisted I installed the backers beta on my old notebook and it barelly runs but It runs!!! I don't really know when the backers beta he has was released but I don't think its optimized so I hold high hopes its going to be better when the game comes out... I got my a** handed to me by those damn spiders so many times and that makes me happy! am I a massochist?? My notebook specs are Intel Pentium Processor P6100 2 GHz, 3MB L3 Cache Intel HD Graphics 3 GB DDR Memory As you see is pretty much a potato... but I can play all the infinity engin
  2. That's exactly how I feel. There's something special about Baldur's Gate, and I can't wait till PoE is ready. Yes to be honest the same happens to me. I love video games but in this day and age they are getting lamer and lamer... I mean look at Dragon Age Inquisition. The game looks amazing I'll give you that but is not even close to the deph of baldur's gate or any of the CRPG we used to play. Pillars is like a mix between the new and the old. I really like the direction they are taking. At first I was concerned about the no XP per kill deal but then I realized that if that is implemente
  3. My reflexes are sharper than they've ever been, and I'm no teenager. I admire the optimism, but trust me. The downhill curve is inevitable. Agreed. I used to be really in on Dota and Starcraft like 5 years ago. I was a very competent player but I've tried to return to my former glory and its imposible I can't micro as good as I used to. My brother (he's a doctor) said that the brain degenerates at a faster rate after 25 for actions we do even on a daily basis. That explains why you can't find many video game pro players after 30s.
  4. For what it's worth, you'd be surprised how good of a PC you can build, now, for like $300. I know that's still $300. But... *shrug* When Starcraft 2 came out, my friend wanted to play it, but his old PC could barely handle it. So, he got a barebones kit, plus a video card for like $400, total, that ran the game on ultra settings, with ease. Just thought I'd mention it, because some people think you have to pay closer to 7-or-800 for a decent gaming PC. Ok not to be a negative nancy... 300 USD in my country (Argentina) is 300*15=15000 and that's a LOT of money. It would take me ha
  5. I hope so bro. Or I'll have to wait 1 more year to play it... T.T
  6. I really love to hear that. My friend insisted I installed the backers beta on my old notebook and it barelly runs but It runs!!! I don't really know when the backers beta he has was released but I don't think its optimized so I hold high hopes its going to be better when the game comes out... I got my a** handed to me by those damn spiders so many times and that makes me happy! am I a massochist?? My notebook specs are Intel Pentium Processor P6100 2 GHz, 3MB L3 Cache Intel HD Graphics 3 GB DDR Memory As you see is pretty much a potato... but I can play all the infinity engin
  7. haha I certanly feel old! I've had a lot of in real life rol playing of my own! Hard life, long days of work for little money, my country is hard morde as my brother likes to say and that takes his toll.
  8. I remember playing Baldur's Gate and Icewind Dale when I was a kidk now almost 29 years old and I don't play video games that much. So 3 days ago I went to a friends house and he showed me Pillars of Eternity and god... So many memories and nostalgia. So I don't play much video games on PC I play mostly old PS2 games and old PC games from GOG. I was wondering if Obsidian is going to code the game so it can work on slow PCs. I would really love an answer from a dev if its not much to ask. I have my wallet ready and I'm really happy you guys are creating this masterpiece but I won't build a n
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