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  1. If you own the game on GOG, the soundtrack should be available for download on the game page in your account (both FLAC and MP3). 45 tracks all properly tagged.
  2. Well, if they don’t rest assured that I would maintain a project similar to this one until they set things right
  3. It’s highly unlikely that Obsidian would publish new patches to Pillars of Eternity, and this project hasn’t seen a lot of activity lately… So I’m planning to take down the patches in a not-so-far future. Feel free to download them and host them anywhere if you would like to see them kept alive. I don’t know yet what I will do about the patches for the DVD version, these ones I might keep maintaining longer.
  4. Yes, they did You can find it on your Obsidian account: https://eternity.obsidian.net/eternity/account#products Well, it’s not actually a real DVD, but a DRM-free version you can install on the base game installed from the backer DVD.
  5. update New patches are online, updating the game to version 3.03.
  6. update New scripts are online for the recently published 3.03. version of the game. Supported installers are: gog_pillars_of_eternity_2.13.0.17.sh gog_pillars_of_eternity_kickstarter_item_dlc_2.0.0.2.sh gog_pillars_of_eternity_kickstarter_pet_dlc_2.0.0.2.sh gog_pillars_of_eternity_preorder_item_and_pet_dlc_2.0.0.2.sh gog_pillars_of_eternity_white_march_part_1_dlc_2.7.0.9.sh gog_pillars_of_eternity_white_march_part_2_dlc_2.3.0.4.sh
  7. update New patches are online, updating the game to version 3.03.
  8. I’m working on new patches right now, and should be able to publish them tomorrow. ./play.it installation scripts and patches for the DRM-free DVD are currently worked on too
  9. You might want to give a try to an installation method tailored with love for Debian and derivatives like Mint Install PoE & extensions on Debian/Ubuntu/Mint/etc.
  10. Shadowrun? Yes, all three of them! These games are really good if you’re into cyberpunk settings… with fantasy races and magic
  11. I’m waiting for one single game, that will likely never happen: Sid Meier’s Alpha Centauri 2 There has been multiple tries, but nothing even close to the original… I think the one that got the closest to an Alpha Centauri 2 in my eyes is Pandora: First Contact (especially with its expansion Eclipse of Nashira).
  12. Unofficial patches for the DRM-free backer DVD have just gone live!
  13. Unofficial patches for the DRM-free backer DVD have just gone live!
  14. Hello fellow penguin lovers! You probably noticed that the patches for the DRM-free backer DVD have a tendency to lag a bit behind the patches for the Steam & GOG versions… Well, not anymore I now build custom patches allowing to update your game installed from the DVD to the latest stable version, so you don’t have to wait for the official builds anymore. You just need to go to the following page for download links and instructions: unofficial patches for Pillars of Eternity Your feedback is welcome here, as well as your thanks, calls for help, reminders I’m late for a patch, etc. I hope your bandwidth will like the work I put into these patches
  15. Patches for the DRM-free Linux DVD are ready, tested and fully functional! They should go online tomorrow, I’ll open a new thread dedicated to these.
  16. That’s nice! Rest assured that I won’t try to pass them as anything officially endorsed by Obsidian
  17. Well, it will sound like an obvious suggestion, but have you tried lowering the difficulty for your first playthrough? If you keep playing at a difficulty level that is frustratingly hard for you, you won’t be able to enjoy this great game… And you will still be able to up the difficulty later on, when you feel more comfortable with the combat and want a tougher challenge.
  18. I don’t think so The day Steam is the only way to buy videogames for PC, you will most likely stop buying games but you will still be able to play all the DRM-free games you bought prior to the apocalypse… Hey, that’s one of the main advantages of DRM-free games: you can install/play them for as long as you want, without worrying for the financial health of the store you bought them from.
  19. There is no way I could disagree with you on this one On Linux they don’t even provide us with patches for the expansions! Before I started publishing my custom-made patches, there was no choice but to download the whole installer each time the expansions got updated…
  20. Here you go if you’re running PoE on Linux: https://forums.obsidian.net/topic/82502-linuxgog-unofficial-patches/ If you’re playing on Windows or Mac OS, I won’t be able to help, sorry.
  21. Do you get any feedback if you run 'primusrun ./PillarsOfEternity' in a console, from Pillars of Eternity installation directory? If so, could you post it here so we can have a look at it? I honestly would be *very* surprised if PoE can’t run on Optimus-based hardware. A couple extra informations that might help resolve your issue: What’s the version of your game? (3.02? an older one?) Is it a GOG or Steam version? Or the DRM-free backer DVD? What is the exact model of your nVIDIA card?
  22. Yeah, it’s a sure thing that my preference for relatively old games (or old-school games) helped a lot when I decided to boycott any form of mandatory client to download/install/run my games (my problem is not specific to Steam). No Steam-only game so far has been hard for me to pass on. You’re most probably right here ----- And nobody will try to deny it to you This thread is not about "Is Steam a good or bad thing?", there is already too much of these out there. What we really are asking for here is to have the *choice* of not using Steam if we don’t want to. Asking me to use Steam for a specific game is like asking me to install Windows to play it. I won’t, no matter how good a game it is. So publishing Tyranny outside of Steam/UPlay/Origin/etc. is the only way to allow people like me to play it. And I would *love* to have this opportunity
  23. I’m still volunteering to build and publish *unofficial* patches for the DVD version (Linux only, as I don’t own the other OS this DVD is compatible with): https://forums.obsidian.net/topic/82502-linuxgog-unofficial-patches/?do=findComment&comment=1794105 But I’ll wait for Obsidian agreement before going on with this project, it would be quite a waste of time to build them if you don’t want me to share them afterwards
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