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  1. Note for Windows user: You must "Execute as administrator" to avoid I/O (open) error with the Patch.
  2. 14 days since my first post and counting... Just want to know if "shortly" means this month ? Not impatient, just eager to try the game! (I know from experience that patching an already begun game is always a risk)
  3. Hello, Just receive the game on DVD! (boxset) The game installed smoothly (v 1.04) but the patch from GOG.com (1.04-1.05) don't recognize an installation. How can I patch a DVD-installed game ? Thanks!
  4. That's probably it. I've "save", "quicksave" and "load" very often directly from the game. I'll restart anew. That said, I've enjoyed the game as much as any IE old ones. Combat need polish, but overall questing is really fun. Not sure I like the new "guns" and pistols, but as they do similar damage to crossbow, that's not a major issue. Thanks!
  5. Well. In my Quest inventory I have: - The Currier Key - The Skull Key - An Old Dungeon Key In my Stash I have: - Grappling Hook and rope from the store - Grappling Hook and rope found in the dungeon. - 3 Lockpicks (2 other disappeared from the inventory...) + mechanical of 6 for my BBThief Still can't open the door to the bloody round room in the dungeon. Still can't use the hook to get across the broken bridge.
  6. Well, still no luck with the doors leading to the big round chamber in Dyford Crossing Dungeon. I have found the "skull key" on the corpse in the Ogre's Cave and it went right into the "Quest item" inventory. But the doors are still locked in the other dungeon. I have not seen lockpicks anywhere, in shops or on corpses. (nor any grappling hook..) I have search everything that could be killed (including the tanner in town) and haven't found any other key, I've search every room and every barrel too. So I'm basically stuck... Help anyone ?? (Do I have to clear the area with lions and another dungeon first to finish the dungeon in Dyford Crossing ??) Thanks.
  7. Dyford Crossing Dungeon: Need help opening the doors leading to the big round chamber, what's the trick ?? Also, Haven't been able to not break the Dragon Egg, is there a way to rescue the egg safely ?? As far as gameplay goes, Combat is less confusing after a while, but I would still like to clearly see who is battling who! Thx.
  8. Repeat from a previous thread: The fact that you can't "disengaged" from a combat (except for the Rogue) is a nice and logical innovation. However, during a full 4 on 4 melee, it's very hard to see who is engaged to whom and who can change target. If I remember correctly, if the IE when a character was chosen, during a pause, his/her current target was highlighted somehow (the circle underneath it was indented). I think that would be a nice addition to the current combat engine, which often bring a bit of confusion "as is" right now as to who is battling whom. + combat is a bit too fast to my taste (and the "slow" mode is way too slow..)
  9. 1) make combat a bit slower (but not as slow as the "slow" mode) 2) make the creature engaged with a selected character recognizable somehow (indented circle beneath ?)
  10. The fact that you can't "disengaged" from a combat (except for the Rogue) is a nice and logical innovation. However, during a full 4 on 4 melee, it's very hard to see who is engaged to whom and who can change target. If I remember correctly, if the IE when a character was chosen, during a pause, his/her current target was highlighted somehow (the circle underneath it was indented). I think that would be a nice addition to the current combat engine, which often bring a bit of confusion "as is" right now as to who is battling whom.
  11. Good point. There should be one "Party inventory" for each party. If the game splits the party in two for story purposes, there should now be one party inventory per party. There will be a need for a "switch between party" button anyway, as you can't play two different party at the exact same time. How will you know what items will go where when you split up your party? That's the thing: you will need to "split" the party at some point in that scenario: who goes right, who goes left ? Once the 2nd party is formed, it gets its own Party Inventory and you'll have the chance to fill it up with extra leather armors and potions. or not.
  12. There should be one "Party inventory" for each party. If the game splits the party in two for story purposes, there should now be one party inventory per party. There will be a need for a "switch between party" button anyway, as you can't play two different party at the exact same time.
  13. I must admit juggling items around characters is my least favorite (and totally useless) aspect of the older games. I am all for "Party inventory"!
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