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  1. With quick save/quick load system you could try every possible way of conversation before proceeding forward. I dunno if it's a good thing. Checkpoints adds more dynamism, imo.
  2. Well, that's your opinion. I haven't been bought by Bioware (or I don't know about it) and still enjoyed Dragon Age 2. I even thought it was much better than all previous Bioware games (except Mass Effect 2, I loved it). I think that plot, characters and dialogs in DA2 was nearly as much good as in Obsidian games. Nearly... Subjective matter, man. While I think that DA2 should have more critically reviews due to it's horrible graphics and design, I still loved it. Great experience. Dungeon Siege is a little bit simpler than Dragon Age, there's no team or creating your personality, although I like it too. It has a great gameplay, which DA2 hasn't.
  3. Well, I couldn't get Alpha Protocol's soundtrack, so I doubt I will get the chance with Dungeon Siege III...
  4. I think that Dragon Age 2 was the best Bioware's game, just after Mass Effect 2. It had great plot, cool characters and the best dialogs. I'm not fancy about their other games though... didn't like Baldur's Gate, nor NWN1.
  5. I think DA2 was better. It has some great characters, good plot and totally fantastic dialogs, not like the boring prequel, where you were running through dungeons for couple of hours and nothing happened... Didn't like Origins, loved DA2. And btw. DA2 had the best dialog-wheel I've ever seen. It was something between Alpha Protocol and Mass Effect. Great thing.
  6. Yeah, i'm sure it's up to Square Eninx, although Obsidian might do something with this
  7. DS3 has so much better fighting system that I can't even compare that. Don't know about the plot, haven't played full Dungeon Siege 3.
  8. A cover with Anjali is the limited edition with some bonus items. Coraz więcej Polak
  9. WHAT?! THAT LATE?! I'm so curious, my friends are already playing it on PC. Damn it! Thanks.
  10. You can fight him only when he's pissed on you, when you're not professional with him and when you have a bad reputation with Grigori. Order of missions have no influence on this.
  11. Wait, what? Are you pissed off because of the SECRET ACHIEVEMENTS? Dude, they are ACHIEVEMENTS. They're for doing something SPECIAL, something HARD. If you're used to achievements like in Dragon Age 2, where you get one for watching introduction, then come on! And that's incorrect. You have to have his dossier on 88% or more and reputation something about -7. You don't have to be suave the whole game. I have 1000G in AP, it wasn't hard at all. It came all by itself, I wasn't even trying to max out this game.
  12. So the PC gamers can now download the demo. What about Europeans on Xbox 360? Will we get it?
  13. You can't piss off Steven Heck when Taipei is your first mission, because if you also piss off Albatross and SIE after, then you won't have any handler during the last mission. Also, it's a SECRET achievement, so it doesn't have a description saying everything. Deal with it.
  14. I know, I know, I'm just mocking around ; )
  15. All of that women might be your enemies, heh. ; P
  16. It's one of my favorite games, 'cause I get used to the gameplay and it's not bothering me. I love the story, characters, dialogs, choices and consequences, which are the main features I'm looking for in a good RPG. The gameplay... yeah, it could be done better, so do graphics, but it's not completely broken and the game itself grants you a really great experience. It just depends on what you're expecting. Subjective matter. I'm just easy pleased with a good plot even if there are technical issues or a bad gameplay (VtMB, P:T, I'm looking at you).
  17. I'm not completely sure, but I have this achievement (360) and I think I did use the tranquailliser rounds. Also, there is a description of that achievement from "Xbox360Achievements.org" It says you may use tranqs. Just complete another stealth mission and we'll see if it works. : )
  18. I think that Crake is playing on PS3 and he want to get a trophy, not just a perk.
  19. So in every single game there are multiple ways to talk to the people, gain their trust, make friendships and allies and have a big influence on the plot? : ) I don't think so. AP is one of the three games where I am surprised every time I play it, 'cause there are so many alternatives. Where? "Go everywhere you want and kill mobs"? : D
  20. But the description is right, you can't KILL anyone, but knock outs and tranqs are okay, as long as nobody can see you. I think that you may fall during the mission with Nasri, 'cause it's hard to complete it that way. Just do another missions and check if it works.
  21. @UP: This to, but also it require from you being not spotted by any enemy. Take the Awareness (Master, 6th level stealth) and watch out so the indicator won't become red. Then you may just reload your checkpoint, or you'll fail. One of the hardest achievement in AP, you may just miss the moment when indicator is red.
  22. Yea, Torment is on PC. I'm not a PC gamer though. I have Xbox 360, but I played the most important titles on PC. RPGs are not necessary mainly about creating your own character from a scratch, they're also about role-playing that character, having an influence on the universe, relationship with NPCs and your reputation with them. And let's take The Elder Scrolls for an example - where do you have role-playing your character in them? Yes, of course - you can create one, choose your own gender, race and class. But what else? The only *choice* you get after that is which quest will you choose to do first. You don't *role-play* your character and it doesn't even matter who you are, what race you are, what gender you are and everything is opened to you. It's meaningless, 'cause it's all about statistics, not role-play. So, Alpha Protocol went into the opposite direction - in exchange for choosing your own gender and race it gave you possibility to have a real influence on the world and other characters. Of course you don't have to like that, but it's an RPG.
  23. Choices and consequences? Relationship with others? Geez, from the titles you mentioned Alpha Protocol is the biggest role-playing game and it don't have to show your alignment on a fancy bar. So - according to your thinking - also Planescape: Torment isn't an RPG. Cool.
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