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  1. I like this idea. It's a bit more expensive, but I'd love that. As an extra to the Fig campaign? That's not what I had in mind, actually. My thinking was that they're going to put a disc into the box no matter what. If it's only a steam installer, let's be honest, it's absolutely useless to both Steam and GOG users. If it's a blank DVD, it's definitely useful to GOG users and I imagine Steam users might find a use for it. But, if a recordable disc isn't cost effective for Obsidian, I'd absolutely pay a few bucks to add one on.
  2. What about throwing in a recordable or even rewritable DVD with the PoE2 logo stamped on the disc, so that when the final patches come out, we could burn them to the disc ourselves? I assume this wouldn't really work for Steam, but it would be perfect for GOG.
  3. I heard the opposite... So the 3.03 is not the final ? http://forums.obsidian.net/topic/88089-303-update-live/page-3?do=findComment&comment=1827618
  4. Have you stopped to consider that you're enraged because you can't play a game? Your life is in such a state that THIS is the thing which is bothering you most in life? Look at what's going on in the world around you. There are worse things that could be happening to you and your family at this very moment.
  5. I've stayed out of this thread for a while because it was hurting my head, even though I was wondering the same thing. While I'm no scientist or mathematician and someone may easily disprove what I'm about to say, I figured I'd share it anyhow. We're thinking that Earth has 12 hours of day and 12 hours of night, but that's not what we actually have. Throughout the year, at 41 degrees latitude (northern parts of the US), there's a maximum of 15 hours of daylight and a minimum of 9*. At 65 degrees latitude (near Fairbanks, Alaska), there's a maximum of 21.1 hours of daylight and a minimum
  6. Any chance you have a lot of saved games? I try to keep mine to ~100 and archive the rest to another folder. This is on a pretty speedy SSD, so if you're on a mechanical drive, YMMV. At one point, I was up to over 300 saved games and it was taking several minutes for the load or save screens to appear.
  7. I've stayed out of this thread for a while because it was hurting my head, even though I was wondering the same thing. While I'm no scientist or mathematician and someone may easily disprove what I'm about to say, I figured I'd share it anyhow. We're thinking that Earth has 12 hours of day and 12 hours of night, but that's not what we actually have. Throughout the year, at 41 degrees latitude (northern parts of the US), there's a maximum of 15 hours of daylight and a minimum of 9*. At 65 degrees latitude (near Fairbanks, Alaska), there's a maximum of 21.1 hours of daylight and a minimum
  8. Congratulations on your achievement of being a complete *sshole! Go somewhere your condescending attitude is welcome, like Linux forums. The OP made it sound like he might be trying to do it all at once, so I was attempting to help him out. Nevermind, why am I attempting to explain myself to someone like you...
  9. When I first went to Caed Nua, I tried the first level and was getting my *ss kicked, so I just figured it was too soon to go to level 2. I came back later and got through a few more levels. I'm currently in Act 3 and have gotten through to level 7 with relative ease, so I probably should've come back a little sooner. Based on this, I get the feeling the levels were designed to be done in spurts, not necessarily all at once.
  10. I'm the one who started the thread titled Idiot's Guide to RTwP? because I felt the same way as you did when I started playing (if not more so!). I received a TON of great suggestions from people via that thread and I'm now thoroughly enjoying the game. Check out that thread and feel free to chime in. We are not alone. The solution is out there.
  11. Something similar happened to me when I installed the patches in the wrong sequence. Try reinstalling the whole game from scratch if Aarik's suggestion doesn't work.
  12. For those wanting a high level party, how does someone who has never played PoE1 make sense of the fact that their character is starting at level 16 and already has a ton of spells/abilities? I never played BG2, so maybe there is an easy answer for this. Do new players to PoE2 start at level 1 and those who played PoE1 start at level 16, thereby giving them a significant advantage? Or, is the expectation that only people who have played PoE1 will buy PoE2? Continuing down this path, for PoE10, would we start at level 160 with 4,000 endurance and 20,000 health?
  13. I recall doing this with the Ultima series and they always knocked you back down to a low level character when you journeyed back to the world through the moongate. I haven't finished PoE yet, but I have to imagine that something like that isn't possible. Also, with Ultima, time passed at an accelerated rate compared to the "real world" back on Earth. That last part was critical because the world of Britannia needed to change since the last game in order for there to be more evil to be vanquished upon your return. Once PoE is done (however it ends), I'm not sure I see--realistically--how s
  14. Thanks. Since the patch was out of beta, I didn't search in the beta forum; just the tech support and general forums. Hopefully my post will help others.
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