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  1. Nevermind. Problem solved. Maybe due to change of computer and new/other c:/user/[username] folder. Might be easier to relocate that so changes between computers doesn't affect the cloud synching.
  2. Hi as I'm a bit lazy and don't wanna do a lengthy write-up of some savegame related problems after 1.05 could I got somebody to check this thread on Steam? It has to do with disappering/resurfacing savegames after ver 1.05. Thx http://steamcommunity.com/app/291650/discussions/0/620713633844798352/
  3. Well being a RPG fan and nitpicking on english grammar did make me confuse you for my english teacher. Then again; Her husband works at Ubisoft so she probably only plays their lousy games.
  4. @ Zarkhes Nobody is complaining about performance here. But beefing minimum requirements after having taken pre-orders for a game isn't the smartest move. Makes a lot of people nervous. I wouldn't like buying a game on a expected requirement just to see that get changed after I paid with the possibility that I couldn't run it. Let's call it a matter of principle. I still can't get my head around why Obsidian has choosen to state minimum requirements way above actual needed HW... but then again; I'm not smart.
  5. Thx to Darren for answering this thread. As I stated; I can't check this myself as I have above recommended settings. But I think that you guys at Obsidian should be cautious with selling games before release and then change minimum spec's. I sincerely hope this hasn't affected anybody (I get 170+ FPS and had to enable VSync for keeping my fans quiet) and it's something you'll take into account on further pre-releases. Most of us live online and can make a fuzz about nothing ) I haven't read any thread stating that a pre-release buyer couldn't run the game. But be careful with suc
  6. Any chance that you're teaching my english class at Niels Brock Business School in Copenhagen? Sarah; Is that you???
  7. GOG has always been late on patches in comparison to Steam. Hopefully that will change when GOG releases their Galaxy platform. That should give them the same possibilities as Steam (although Valve's numbers of staff might still be an advantage since they still need to verify and test patches not causing any problems on stuff like overlay). Give GOG half a year and Galaxy should be ready for release. Then you'll probably see patches roll out faster on GOG.
  8. For the OP: Write to Obsidian Support instead of here? @ Physicalist > If you think GG was an anti-SJW movement you should do your research. It was hijacked and perveted but GG was all about transparency in game journalism. Not some misogynist agenda. It was for the peeps crying their eyes out seeing Keighly promoting a game along side a mountain of product-placement. The notion that "game-journalists" was in bed with developers and had no problems giving them glowing reviews. Without disclosing their personal interest in making a review without disclosing that stuff. The GG-w
  9. First off I'd like to apologize for using foul language. I got mad! But Obsidian needs to address this issue pronto. Some people preordered this game after having checked the minimum requirements. Now there might be a chance that their computers can't run the game. I can't speak for the legality of such practice but it isn't acceptable in my book to do a "bait-and-switch" like that. This is a serious issue and I hope Obsidian will address this or it could potientially damage their reputation among the gaming community. That's my two cents.
  10. Yes, you will be able to play. In theory you could find game in your steam directory and create a direct shortcut to the exe file to start the game without running Steam. I'm pretty sure this isn't the case. There's a reason it's called DRM.
  11. Exactly. I think it has to go online at least once a month to verify your account and such though. Not too sure but I played for longer periods on Steam without any connection to the web so it's possible. Check this> https://support.steampowered.com/kb_article.php?ref=3160-agcb-2555
  12. You can play the game on Steam in offline mode if there's problems with your ISP. I choose the Steam version because I use that platform a lot and it's handy for getting quick feedback and such with the forums there. GOG has their "Steam-like" platform in beta called Galaxy so they will probably offer the same form of platform like Steam before too long. If I were you I'd choose the one I'd be most likely to use in the future (ie if you only one game on Steam it seems kind of a waste of time to load up the platform each time to play it and you might as well choose the GOG key and attach that
  13. Ok. You buy a car. Upon delivery it can't run because they choose to tweak it after you purchased it and you're supposed to accept that? Why not just say; Sorry it wasn't actually a game at all but a animated video? You think it's fair to lure customers in that way? Edit: I got no problem personally with the requirements but I sure find it hard to accept other people being treated that way.
  14. If this is the case I'd say Obsidian officially **** themselves. How's that for customer treatment? Selling a game to customers before launch then changing the system requirements. Anybody that is now below minimum requirements deserves a refund and an official apology. I thought better of you Obsidian! Really what you gonna do about this?
  15. As far as I could tell from the sticky Brandon made you can always download them from the backer portal. (too slow.. for ryukenden)
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