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  1. Want to have wings like Grace, or 4 arms like Nodrom ^_^ Love the NPC animations from PST more than in any other IE game.
  2. When i think about it, it seems to me that IE games like BG\PST have even less reactions from world to your choices than in TES. All reactions that they have is only main plot based, or from party members. Only in VtMB i can remember cool background oriented reactions, but it had setting based on that background.
  3. I think hardest thing is to make game to react to your choices like becoming Archmage, or becoming someone else. Because it is RPG that grants you many many choices of who you want to become and it is starts on character creation. Basicaly - game have 10 classes in the beginning? Make 10 different reactions for many events and an a lot of different dialogs. But when 10 classes can become 10 different important\famous persons it becomes 10x10=100 possible different reactions So when game is complex and with many choices you must make some simplification to that or your just need 10 times as m
  4. pretty much every strategy game that gets made has a minimap and they are nearly identical to a cRPG in terms of camera angles and basic controls. A Dragon Age or NWN "radar" style minimap that is zoomed in close and shows a vision cone would be pointless. A full area minimap like you see in the Warcraft/Starcraft games or LoL/DotA would be great. Strategy games is based on fast map strategy decisions so full area minimap is needed. In roleplaying isometric games you play role, and solve tactical challenges. So tactical minimap is needed, but when you already see all your surroundings o
  5. More thoughts on the matter: Progressively harder monsters at each level and all 15 lvls of dungeon in one go hard mode, are things that justs imposible to achive in game where dungeon is not all content, and not even its biggest part. Without autoleveling system. Because it can be well balanced for only specific interval of character levels to begin this dungeon. And when i come there with endgame character this dungeon will be peace of cake from begining to end. Opposite way of making my character to superlevel in dungeon to make it possible to defeat superhard monster will break all othe
  6. I think that minimap is no use for 3rd person isometrical view, which itself is minimap already. It only for first person games.
  7. Ah... example of wrong mechanic in late IE: Learning\erasing the same scrolls gets tons of experience.
  8. Yeah when i come home, will post some examples of nice realistic armor from Dark Souls
  9. I don't care too much about mechanics and its small aspects, just that it is not broken in core places like arcanum. Turn based and real time at the same time was garbage. If i get new interesting storyline and rich conted, any nice logical mechanics will be ok.
  10. i think that when i done talking to random NPC #42, i need to get updated my journal!
  11. I like it to be as huge as all BG, as story and characters oriented as PST, as original as Arcanum, and with as interesting megadungeon as in ArxFatalis but bigger.
  12. There wasn't any dungeons that you went to explore, there was TRAVEL from places to places. There was antagonist which traped you in the begining of that travel. There was your character oriented game. When we come to optional megadungeon, there can't be some my evil nemesis who wants to trap me, and to whom i need to go to the last flor to kick his arse imidiately. So you basicaly play for a fool who just went and got himself traped in random no exit trap. That megadungeon was build by undead to begin with? Or do undead rebuild everything to make no exits? Still no logic...
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