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  1. Kingdoms of Amalur: Re-Reckoning. I defeated Templar Octienne and got out of the desert. Most of the local quests are resolved and dungeons cleared, though I think all rats will drop "Raw Meat" until the end of the game, as one of the side quests requires it and does not have an ending condition (e.g. "Collect 100 pieces of raw rat meat"). While the plains are technically similar (I guess, all areas are), the region looks more welcoming.
  2. Kingdoms of Amalur: Re-Reckoning. I am still at the desert and it feels duller after the arena. I go into a dungeon, murder everything, go out, repeat. I am also pretty sure that 2 of them were story-related and meant to be visited later (there were locked doors, which I could not open). Though, the side quests are reasonably interesting. Like provoking a war between two local tribes, then finishing off the victor (there was no choice but to accept or to decline the quest). ---- Has anyone here played the Sword Art Online series? Does any of the games feature actual roleplay (i.e. I,
  3. Sword Art Online Abridged. It is one of the best anime (animes?) I've ever watched.
  4. Kingdoms of Amalur: Re-Reckoning. I became the champion of the House of Valor (arena). The funny thing is that the only battle I haven't completed yet is against 25 sprites. They pretty easily stun-lock me to death with homing projectiles. Also the party for the quest line was quite enjoyable to work with - capable and adequate.
  5. After trying to play D:OS2, the most important question is are animations skippable (including those fancy dice rolls)? Or it is as painfully slow as D:OS2 was?
  6. Tyranny and Overlord have been mentioned already. There are also Avadon, Dark Souls 3 (2 of the endings), Prototype (not an RPG, though, and everyone is terrible), Furi (not an RPG), NieR: Gestalt (not an RPG).
  7. And so I look forward for more independent games. Also Silent Hill 4 is available on GOG. It is odd that one of the least popular games in the series made it to PC.
  8. Tell Me Why. An adventure game with customizable controls, gorgeous graphics, excellent VA and light puzzles. Completed the game, going to hunt for the collectibles. Kingdoms of Amalur: Re-reckoning. It looks and runs well. I remember the original vaguely enough to enjoy the remaster. And the combat is very satisfying, while not being Souls-like.
  9. I'm optimistic enough about it to pre-order (on EGS, UPlay proved to be more user-unfriendly). It is a single-player action-adventure and should be hard to mess up (there's nowhere to put lootboxes or MTX). The graphics and animations seem good (though, some cut-scenes look less intense, but I hope that it will be fixed by release), level design and combat should be fine. I hope to see WW and T2T remakes as well. Also Jordan Mechner, the developer of the original game, has played a few levels and approved.
  10. The Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time series (3 games). Not sure, how many hours. Devil May Cry 3: Special Edition - Dante's Awakening. Played Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines recently and quite liked it, going to replay later. Same for BG1-2:EE and NWN:EE. I generally care little for the release date, as long as I can run the game (e.g. VTMB from Steam kept crashing).
  11. It was sort-of resolved for second+ playthroughs. There should be a golden nug statue next to the stables in Haven or at the basement of Skyhold. It allows to share crafting schematics between your characters/saves. ---- Completed Titanfall 2. The story was rather touching, optimization terrible, controls customizable. ---- Completed Neverwinter Nights: Enhanced Edition - Dark Dreams of Furiae. It had somehow odd pacing (no combat at the beginning, a classic NWN dungeon at the end), interactive-but-not-really objects (I could poke a door and see a message "This place is uni
  12. I understand that simulation (physics, pathfinding, crafting, etc.) aspects of RPGs are suggested to be most important, but I think, there are other more important forms of interactivity, such as the game's story and NPCs reacting to the player being a murder hobo (which The Outer Worlds and Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire have done). I value an NPC mentioning that my avatar is from the Vailian Republic more, than I would an ability to defeat a boss by dropping his own portraits on him, if neither the boss nor the game react to it. There are so-called "immersive sims" (Prey, Dishonored)
  13. Decided to bite the bullet and purchased Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time Remake on EGS. It seems that Ubisoft games can be downloaded from the EGS client and I was unable to navigate the UPlay store (it showed a loading image and froze), so it made the choice of platform easy, despite the possibility of two DRMs.
  14. Decay of Logos. Finished the game and left a negative review. The first half of the final battle was a joke.
  15. Decay of Logos. Defeated the third and the forth bosses. Technically, it was one battle, I am unsure how it would go, if I defeated the first boss, then lost to the second. I found a short-cut to one of the early-game areas and could not understand why it was there - walking from the main hub would take less time. I also found a fire zweihander and a mask. I think, I am close to the ending.
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