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Intoxicated_Ant

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  1. Are you a fan of Mini Games and would you like to see them implemented? I always loved mini games inside the main game. Whether it was collecting bobble heads or playing cards. I'd like to maybe see some form of gambling in taverns, or darts. EDIT: Bad sentence.
  2. I find it interesting that with DLC so prevalent in gaming, not a single person (at time of writing this) has said they are happy with the status quo. Though they have said they are happy to see DLC mixed in with more 'meaty' forms of content (XPacks)
  3. I'd love to see heavy rain have a negative impact on Line of Sight, Armour Rating, Speed and so forth. Extreme heat and cold should also effect your party! Weather/environmental effects add so much to the game and strategy implemented IMO
  4. I've not played a game with this concept in it before, but i feel it could work really well.
  5. Should gold/currency have a weight associated with it? If you think it should, would you associate it with the difficulty level of the game or have it apply in all circumstances? Personally, I would like gold to have a weight associated with it. I would like to see it applied no matter the difficulty level of the game. I would also like to see an option for rewards other then gold, such as expensive jewels or standing in the community. Another feature could be each companion you have gets a share of the gold you find. So that Orc hideout you just raided may have gotten you 1000gp, but between the five companions with you, the PC only get a certain share. What are your thoughts? EDIT: Added no weight option to poll
  6. I would disagree, In my view DLC are *usually* smaller content that has a single focus, for example a cosmetic pack, a single new side mission, new character, etc, On the other hand XPacks tend to expand onto the end of the game. The distribution is irrelevent. An XPack can still be downloaded. But it contains more content then a single DLC pack.
  7. Now that you mention it, I think I recall in Baulders Gate 2, the messengers/town criers talking about some far off war. I always loved walking past them and hearing about events in other lands.
  8. How important is lore fluff to you? Is it important? Do you feel it is unimportant? Personally, I love finding books and other such items that you can read to find out more information about the history of the realm, other nations and people. I feel it really adds to the polished feel of the game and depth of the environment. Having said that, I always collect books and think of it as a mini game in a way. I like having somewhere to keep my collection.
  9. Personally, I'm 100% for XPacks. I would also buy DLC, but mostly just cosmetic things. I'm never happy when a new character is introduced via DLC, I always feel like it's ruining my version of 'cannon' If that makes sense.
  10. Regardless of what will happen, what would you personally prefer to see in terms of content being added post launch? A system of DLC, such as in Mass Effect, where you pay a small fee for extra characters, armour, missions, etc A system where you pay a larger fee for an expansion pack which adds onto the end of the game, like Throne of Bhaal for BG2 Or a system incorporating both together?
  11. I think keeping it low levelled would be best, I like games that cap out at around 20. Games that cap out at around 80 are just a bit much if you ask me.
  12. I'd like to see a mutant race, with things like two heads or three eyes, maybe even their head in their chest and their knee in their arm! Unlikely, but I can wish. EDIT: And a race of ANT-MEN!
  13. I think 6 is a good number. I always found games with just three companions to be too few. More then 6 would be too many, in my opinion. I also feel 6 companions gives a good tactical feel.
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