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  1. If someone is still checking this, we just released a 100-page preview of the book. Grab it here: http://www.mediafire.com/view/66nybf...ok_Preview.pdf
  2. Items should be bigger. They use the same 40x40 icon size of the IE games, but at the time we had 640x480 resolutions... 800x600 at most. Resolutions has more than doubled since, a 40x40 icon is minuscule at 1920x1080. 20/20 vision people should check their privilege.
  3. There are actually buttons to switch between them. I've highlighted them in the relevant screenshot on my 'UI consistency' thread: http://forums.obsidian.net/topic/67406-ui-consistency/?do=findComment&comment=1485860 Then I think it proves your point about how having no consistency is confusing.
  4. Some suggestions & feedback: - When reading the character's stat page, you can't switch characters, you have to close it, select a different character and then open it again. - Combat lacks weight and feedback, like characters shouting and the screen shake when you land a critical. It's also very hard to see when and if characters are actually performing the actions you ordered them to do, be it casting a spell or attacking an enemy. - Combat log is horribly polluted with pointless stuff and it records too little: It's a pain to find relevant info instead of "Bob recovered
  5. All of it? :3 But seriously, I would like to hear you on Fallout Tactics, for all 4 reasons. But I'm not in any hurry, it will take me months to gather all reviews, so I have no problem with you taking all 3.
  6. I'm not gonna auction the reviews based on merit. The JA2 guy took it a week ago, it would be a douche move to go "Oh, I found someone better, don't need you anymore!" You know, the list still has 100 games in need of a review: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1t-49SyrsdP0M5re68sDH9cB2MrPqVKwQQiFF_54VibI/pubhtml I'm sure there is something there you would enjoy.
  7. Thanks for your interest. Yes, I consider JA2 a RPG (is in the list on the OP), but I already have one of the lead modders behind Patch 1.13 writing the review.
  8. Fellow RPG fans, hello! My name is Felipe, and I'm currently working on a crowd-sourced book on cRPGs. After organizing the RPG Codex's Top 70 list, I decided to expand that into a full blown book. The idea is to feature in-depth reviews of over 250 great cRPGs in chronological order, from Akalabeth to Might & Magic X, plus interesting articles on the genre and interviews. All that written by RPG fans from all over the world, compiled into a beautiful book with big a colored screenshots. It is a book showing what the genre has best, and how people enjoy them. A book that every review
  9. This just proves how broken the "RPG" definition is. You're bound to have a arbitrary definition anyway, so I'd rather follow one that that is broad and features more interesting games.
  10. Not sure on that first point, the screenshot from the Kickstarter update clearly says: Now the question is which of those are wrong...
  11. Maybe someone here knows, why the Kickstarter update screenshot shows the Boxed Copy for $50, when it was $65 during Kickstarter (and still is on my pledge page)? The Digital Collector's Edition, on the other hand, is more expensive now: I payed $80 ($65 + $15 for shipping) during kickstarter for a boxed copy, and now people that just joined can buy the same for less? I want to support the game, but I feel I'm just losing $15 here for no reason. I already sent a message to Obsidian yesterday, but got no reply....
  12. One cool thing, make a game where I can play as an old, wise man, that changes a lot the pacing. I mean, like having a "Old & Wise" Perk or background choise when creating your character that make him almost useless im combat but boost all the other abilities and open unieuqe dialog choices!
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