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About Lycaerix

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  1. Steam, because I love hoarding achievements. I'll grab it on GOG again at some point because DRM-free always wins.
  2. As someone who occasionally enjoys watching a handful of people play games, I have to say that I've stumbled across one chronically agonising realisation: many people who stream themselves playing games rarely know what they're doing or, at least, often make patently stupid mistakes and miss blatantly obvious things. Often it's the "younger" streamers. So much so that I've begun to suspect it's a kind of modern gaming "spoon feeding" syndrome--that they struggle to think for themselves. It frustrates me to no end. Ordinarily I give it a few minutes before closing a stream and moving on
  3. The worst part is the waaaaait. What do you start playing so close to a release? Oh gief to me teh holeh, pillarly ambrosia!
  4. Can I please have 'Curious Oddity of the Obsidian Order?" :D Thanks muchly!
  5. I've been going through a Dimmu Borgir phase lately... Can't... get... enough!
  6. Honestly, I would sell my soul for modern-day remake of Planescape with all the content that "might have been" "should have been" or "wanted to have been" :D Alternatively, another game set in the Planescape universe would be wonderful, there is INFINITE potential for that universe. I don't think I'd want a Planescape 2 as such though. But I'd trust you guys to know what's best and make another legendary classic <3
  7. First off, I'd like to draw your attention to the timestamp of my edit: This post has been edited by WulfenMortys: Yesterday, 01:05 AM Secondly, I'd like to draw your attention to the time you quoted me: Dungeon Siege 3 is the best hack n slash ever ... in your opinion. Is there a man at your home with a gun to head right now? Do you need me to call the popo? Approximately six hours AFTER I edited it. You, sir, are a hypocrite and troll of note.
  8. Read the previous post where I quoted that exact same line. Again, I ask you: did I call it the "BEST" hack-and-slash ever or the most ENTHRALLING. Pay close attention to the words and where all of this went wrong will dawn on you, I'm sure.
  9. How can a subjective truth be wrong? It can be wrong from a different subjective point of view. You think it is the best ARPG ever and I don't. I hope you guys understand almost all of what I post is subjective. I tend to think it is implied ... I do not think my opinions are cold hard facts. Well, isn't that where all of this has gone slightly awry? You've misinterpreted my post where I called it the most enthralling hack-and-slash game I've ever played and by far the most enjoyable because it catered to parts of what made both cRPG and hack-and-slash worlds appealing.
  10. Dungeon Siege 3 is the best hack n slash ever ... in your opinion. Is there a man at your home with a gun to head right now? Do you need me to call the popo? Also, quoting you, did I ever say it wast the "best" hack-and-slash ever or the most ENTHRALLING? I kind of get the feeling you're confusing me with: Edit: Actually, scratch that last bit, he posted after you quoted me.
  11. Oh, sorry, you're talking to me? I didn't realise Well, I've made it clear from the onset that I don't like the hack-and-slash sub-genre of RPGs (I find it tedious, mundane, repetitive, monotonous and flat-out boring): I completely understand that hardcore cRPG fans will find fault with DS3, I also completely understand that hardcore hack-and-slash fans will find fault with DS3. That was my point--it's an attempt at pleasing too many people at once (spreading themselves too thin) and thus not pleasing anyone at all. However, some of us see past it and see how much went into it and
  12. I would actually be quite happy to be a kind of subscriber to Obsidian, paying a monthly fee, getting exclusive "Thanks for supporting us" goodies every so often, DLC, whatever if it helps them stay independent and do what they love. I would be quite happy knowing that I can contribute to a developer I love on a more regular basis if it means they always make games that THEY love to make. Maybe I'm just odd? *shrug* Troika became legends and their games will be remembered forever. When GOG upped their games, I was happy to buy them all over again. I hope that, at some point, they
  13. Thank you very much Not at all :3 Remakes of Planescape (Black Isle) and Arcanum are two games I would go utterly nuts for. Planescape's world and lore, especially, had so much potential for sequels, stories or new adventures based on it all. Planescape is my all-time favourite game and occasionally I still feel nostalgic and a little sad when I think of it and the Nameless Hero's story <--- certified goof True, true. Which is exactly why I feel a developer should be true to themselves and their own vision; that they should first please themselves before trying to p
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