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CoryStarkiller

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About CoryStarkiller

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    The Coffee Break King of the Obsidian Order

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  1. Hello blinkicide, Check the Beta tab in properties again and see if you're still opted in the Beta. If so, close out Steam completely and log back in. Thanks. Still not available for me, and I followed your suggestion.
  2. Before the game, during the game, after the game? If during the game, is it early game, middle game, or endgame? Thanks.
  3. I know how to join a beta branch of a game on Steam. I have restarted Steam about 10 times now. I have verified my cache, and found no files needed to be redownloaded. After all of this, I restarted Steam again, just to be sure. I still have no option under Properties>Betas, to join. Just "NONE - Opt out of all beta programs" in the drop down selection. Current content BuildID: 794312
  4. Sorry for the double post, but I can't seem to see an "Edit Post" option. Another thing I thought of was that Chris Avellone within the past year said in a KOTOR interview that one of the big reasons that K3 never happened was because the engine that K1&2 were made on, would have to be remade to make K3 since it would have been made on new consoles. Due to the new generation of consoles that were being made. That is a huge issue with consoles, having to make and remake content over and over again. That is even ignoring the fact that even the PS4/XB1 hardware is already considered o
  5. Some people on this site have a weird obsession with GoG. I'm all for DRM free, and I can understand why they like it, but these people fail to notice that many of the games on GoG are also DRM free on Steam as well. I just ran both Half Life and Divinity: Original Sin without steam running at all. It's not like I use Gog all that much anyhow even though I have a few games there; they doesn't support my main operating system at the moment. I use Steam more or less exclusively, but I'll point out that even games that don't require Stream to be loaded to play still require Stream
  6. Fallout 1 -> Fallout 2 - > Fallout: Tactics All 3 are very much cRPGs. And while Tactics breaks the lore, and isn't amazing like 1&2, it is still very much a cRPG. Notice how they all play like other cRPGs, with multiple buttons on the keyboard to do things. Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel Fallout 3 -> Fallout: New Vegas There is a HUGE difference between the first set of three, and the last 3. Even ignoring the odd one out(Tactics and Brotherhood of Steel), and just focusing on the main series. And for the record Fallout: New Vegas is my favorite one in the series, and I own
  7. The idea of the bottomless omnipresent stash is fine by me, if it is included or not. It being there, makes it easy to find what items I am wanting to use. Allowing me to quickly change something up, for an unexpected event. If it is not there, then that means I will end up keeping all the items I will use either on me, or in one location. Which means that I am just adding extra time walking my character around the map getting the items I need, rather than doing *anything* else. Inventory management shouldn't be the challenge you have to overcome, the rest of the game is supposed to be that.
  8. Planescape: Torment Fallout 2 Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic 2 Fallout 1 In that order. The rest of the games are great, don't get me wrong, but these are the ones that I keep coming back to.
  9. They talked in interviews about having things they would like to have in the game ranked as Level A, B, or C. Level A stuff is a top priority to have in the game, Level B is important but less so than A. Level C is stuff that they do, if the time allows for it. Level C is the extra animations, sound effects, etc. We won't notice specifically that this was added or if it is missing, but the end result will be a better game. It's stuff that was talked about in pre-production, but is the first stuff cut for time/budget(aka the last stuff that gets worked on). The higher that last goal makes,
  10. Obsidian doesn't have to say anything. Valve's official stats say they are chasing a niche market. http://store.steampowered.com/hwsurvey Scroll down to "March 2014", Click "OS Version" Windows = 95.04% OSX = 3.62% Linux = 1.21%
  11. So sorry, CoryStarkiller, that's my bad. I'll put in on the list to have it revised tomorrow. No problem. Thanks.
  12. Thanks! But mine is missing the word Order at the end. What needs to be done to get the Kickstarter badge to appear?
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