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About CymTyr

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  1. Tell you what, I would love to see something stemming from the Planescape or Wasteland universe, but I always buy your company's games regardless. I know who you are and where you come from, and if you start a kickstarter campaign and I have a few extra bucks (as of today I don't but you don't know what tomorrow brings) I will gladly support you. Personally I think more devs should use Kickstarter as a good way to gauge customer (game player) interest and what we actually want. We know you want to do a certain type of game, and I think it's a good idea to ask us to help front some of the cash. Keep up the good work, and if this project goes live and my future looks brighter, I will gladly pitch in on top of buying the finished product.
  2. AMD Phenom II 3.4 ghz Quadcore 8 GB DDR3 1600 Corsair 1 GB ATI 6670 1 TB Sata Hard drive 500 Watt PSU Not sure which brands the hard drive and PSU are. Bought the system prebuilt from newegg (was on a time crunch and needed new system ASAP) for $600 USD, it's on an ASUS mobo.
  3. I have not played the DLC yet, but I already own all the DLC from the steam sale late last year. Planning on picking this game back up after I finish Risen.
  4. Steam is great if you know how to use it. Never buy full priced unless it's from a dev you want to support.
  5. I have played through the vanilla campaign, and I can tell you it's a wonderful experience if you appreciate the type of game it is. Yes, the AI is pretty bad at times, but all things considered NWN 2 vanilla is better than NWN vanilla any day.
  6. Currently I am working on (in no particular order) Risen, the campaigns in Magic: Tactics, Fallout: New Vegas, and Dungeon Siege 3.
  7. Just realized in my fit of packing for the new move I confused you with Double Fine. Here's what I support: 1) Wasteland Universe-centered game 2) Planescape Universe-centered game 3) Icewind Dale 3 4) A fully fleshed out and fully featured Dungeon Siege 4 (or an expac for DS 3, not this DLC mumbo jumbo) 5) Wasteland Revisited (use your imagination and get Mr Fargo on the phone post-haste)
  8. So far in the 5 or so hours I've spent with it, the game has not disappointed me. I can see where it's got its highs and lows, but with the expectations I had going in, it all works out in the end.
  9. I have not finished DS3 yet, but I enjoy what I've seen so far. I think Obsidian is the popular whipping toy lately because it's known for having bugs in most of its new releases (sorry but you know it's true) - however I did not have any bugs in the time I've spent on DS3 so far.
  10. I haven't even finished AP yet and I WANT MORE! Please Obsidian, consider a sequel. The gaming world needs more innovation, not less of it. You should be rewarded for thinking outside the box, though dollars are not always the reward you will receive.
  11. If you make a new adventure game I would love for you to get the rights to Wasteland and do a retrospective adventure game in the Wasteland universe. For that matter, you should start up a new Kickstarter fund to get the license from Mr Fargo and do a proper modern-day Wasteland.
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