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  1. No elfs in the Gothic world, you could ask for some nice orky boobage I suppose though...
  2. Get them both, Gothic is a good game despite somewhat akward controls but they aren't as bad as some people here tries to make it. I really like the atmosphere in the first Gothic as you struggle to survive in a penal colony while clawing your way up in the ranks in the three different camps. Gothic 2 loses a lot of that atmosphere and becomes more "standard" fantasy fare but it's still a good game. Just a warning though, if you get the Gold edition of Gothic 2 you'd better know that it has a really high difficulty curve.
  3. Meh, I can't wait for their goody-two-shoes facade to crumble...
  4. Here's an example. <{POST_SNAPBACK}> Of course there had to be a JRPG style game with the same idea... only twisted. Ugh. <{POST_SNAPBACK}> I dare you people to get the "Daddy dearest" ending...
  5. Nope, no Diablerie for you..
  6. I have to say that this comparison mad me smile quite a bit. Taking the nauseatingly noble and good hero against a guy who basically stabs/crushes/maims his opponents and ends the day by grabbing the nearest tavern wench for some recuperation, and still manages to be a more complete and interesting character. Howard > Eddings
  7. Ok, I think you'll like it then. Just play the game with an open mind, it is a bit of a rough diamond but I thought it was worth it in the end.
  8. How familiar with the Chtulu mythos are you, Hades?
  9. It's good but very bugged right now. I would wait to see if Bethsoft will release a PC version instead. I have to admit that it is really creepy with quite a good deal of respect towards the source material.
  10. I'd love to see a direct or spiritual sequel to Chaos League, a fantasy sportsgame where you had several teams based on different fantasy archetypes (Goblinoid, Human, Elves etc.) which also sported different ways to win a match, whetever by fair or foul means. Add some gameplay additions outside the games where you can bond and speak with your team players and change their behaviour or performance depending how you treat/help them. You could even have minor quests outside the tournament like winning a bar brawl against your rival team. Add some unique characters with their own sidequests and you could have something different there..
  11. But still, in NWN OC and expansions you became 'special' too quickly. <{POST_SNAPBACK}> "Great job in dispatching those rats! Now save our fair city, brave and most noble adventurer"
  12. WARNING, SOMEWHAT SPOILERISH: I think I'm inclined to agree with AlanSchu here, my definition of a chosen one doesn't seem to be quite yours. I don't feel that you need some kind of prophecy or big god telling you what you will do for the rest of your existence to be a "chosen one". I guess my defenition is that a "chosen one" is someone with more power than a "standard character" would have. Another point is how everything seems to revolve around you all the time, you are'nt a keyplayer in the game, you practically are the game itself. Almost nothing happens without you having been present. One example is BG you are the offspring of a dead god, giving you a great destiny and power from the start. In JE you are the last of the spiritmonks, the only capable of destroying the evil in the land. KOTORS character always comes off as a giant twink, former warlord that controlled several fleets, badass in using lightsabers and obscenly strong with forcepowers.
  13. Ask Bioware, they sure love their "Chosen One" storylines. I'm starting to doubt that they are capable of having a story without that element..
  14. I was never able to sell it....it always had a value of $0. Where did you sell it? <{POST_SNAPBACK}> To a hungry hobo?
  15. Just tell him that you were being polite, after all when someone offers you a hand you shake it.
  16. I guess it's all in the eye of the beholder, personally I found Greyhawk to be dull as hell while Eberrons setting seems quite interesting (still have 50+ pages to read through).
  17. !! <{POST_SNAPBACK}> IIRC one of the disabled character backgrounds for the Malkavian girl is "Dancer turned stripper", which kind of explains her choice of wardrobe. <{POST_SNAPBACK}> Ohh that would suite me just fine. <{POST_SNAPBACK}> The background for the male Malkavian is "Acrobat turned clown" which REALLY explains that pimpy cat-in-the-hat outfit.
  18. !! <{POST_SNAPBACK}> IIRC one of the disabled character backgrounds for the Malkavian girl is "Dancer turned stripper", which kind of explains her choice of wardrobe.
  19. Sorry to burst your bubble but Fortitude just makes you harder to kill. If you want an increase in strenght you need to play a Brujah with Potence.
  20. Big words for someone posting in PnP forum owned by a gamecompany.
  21. Has there ever been any info about their background? Only thing I know is that the Major got her cyberbody while still a child and that Bateu was some kind of black-ops for U.S.A but do the manga ever touch upon their background before Sect.9?
  22. Therefore it isn't either the first Eartsiege or Starsiege game.
  23. How old are Motoko and Bateu, by the way?
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