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About Armanz

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  1. Having finished PoE1 4¾ times (one of those vanilla, rest with WM) and the sequel twice (vanilla) I have to say I give the edge to part 1s gritty and dark atmosphere. However, WM gave Pillars a huuuuge boost and I have yet to play the sequels DLCs (I have all of them but have not touched them yet in my third run). Despite having issues with open worldish feel I like the exploration of Deadfire, I LOVE multiclassing and kits, I love how good the loot feels. And the world feels so so alive, it's incredible. The graphics, the sound, the weather, everything feels so beautiful. And I love how all
  2. Might as much as it throws off many people and is hated by many, makes sense logically.
  3. I would like Caed Nua 2. I really loved the way they did Caed Nua in Pillars. At first it didn't catch me, but after 1 playthrough it grew on me - the different areas, all the puzzles of the big story and increasingly bigger payoffs. I also want freaking more soulbound items, the basegame offered ridiculously few of them. But most of all I want Tiny Sporeling.
  4. I'm definitely not posting this song because the album cover reminds me of the Adra Pillars.
  5. Dunno if this was mentioned already but if you reduce the amount of saves to a minimum it's a complete gamchanger. I used to lag starting in Defiance Bay pretty much in every big fight and in some areas like Copper Coronet. Played the game like 4 or 5 times. Now I just stuck to quicksaving and had 1 or 2 lagg fights tops and no area has any issues whatsoever.
  6. I finished Deadfire vanilla twice now, once on Story Mode (which at release was called Veteran) and a couple days ago on Path of the Damned, so here's my two cents: The Good: - Imps - Looks, Sound & Feel: The graphics are astonishing, the world looks really beautiful and feels so alive with all the reactivity, everybody always doing something, the weather etc. Soundtrack is again great, especially the Sea Shanties are such a nice touch - Improved loading times and framerate compared to PoE1 (except the fps in Lifters Refuge and loading times and fps in freaking Queens Berth, j
  7. I'm crossing my fingers for an interesting Barbarian subclass and maybe a Fighter one. Barbarian is my favorite class but both Corpse Eater & Berserker really didn't appeal to me. Mageslayer was decent but not using potions turned out to be really annoying over the course of the game. Fighter could use an interesting class because right now Devoted is kind of a no-brainer because it has good buffs without any drawbacks (if you just pick sabre) maybe with the exception of the 2 mega bosses (who seemed extremely difficult to beat and might require specific weapon changes). Also looking
  8. At this point I firmly believe you to be a troll.
  9. PC elitist, what are you even talking about? What is that even supposed to mean? I don't have the money to spend on that stuff (especially if it doesn't benefit me on the grand scale of things) but I wouldn't, even if I had it, simply because there's no big enough reason to. I am aware that some people buy a console to play one franchise and that's fine with me. Doesn't mean that I will do that, though. I am not a PC elitist (again, wtf?) but I can play basically anything I want on PC. I'm not gonna change things up because there's 1 or 2 games that are unavailable to me. I can't play AoE De
  10. And they shouldn't. They should be a bit more adult than this and say "I'm excited for Obsidian, if they continue to make great games that only release on Xbox, I'll just need to save my money and go out and buy the new Xbox. I can't wait to see what they do with all of MS's funding!" Unfortunately, forums tend to use reverse logic, that's typically why the most logical comments aren't favorited among members. Gotta love the irony on the Obsidian forums though "We are Obsidian fans" and then when their greatest fear comes to pass, they say "We won't play anything by Obsidian other than Crpg'
  11. *Darkness comes down like a might of smog* Silence wyrm!!! Your name has no power in Microsoft's domain, it may have in Obsidian's world but this is the new world order: Microbsodian. *Darkness suddenly lifts* It has never looked so dark or bleak for pc gamers, eh? For PC gamers that love isometric RPGs with RTwP and don't want to switch away from Win 7 because they really like it and really dislike Win 10, yes. For anybody working for Obsidian I am extremely happy. I still hope my fears are proven wrong, but I'm just not seeing it right now.
  12. Their priority is creating loyal Xbox fan(boys). This means UWP + Windows Store + XBone exclusives. So the chances of Obsidian games on GOG, Steam and other consoles is very slim. Stop tormenting my soul, I have a name.
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