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When the Block Hound is released that is when I will get SoZ. I am not much of a PC gamer these days but Black Hound sounds worth it enough to get SoZ.

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When the Block Hound is released that is when I will get SoZ. I am not much of a PC gamer these days but Black Hound sounds worth it enough to get SoZ.

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NWN2 with a gamepad would be a nightmare, for both the players and the devs.

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NWN2 with a gamepad would be a nightmare, for both the players and the devs.

 

I'm not well versed in the Xbox 360 gamepad, but I remember one Codex thread back in the day where Saint pointed out it was impossible to develop Fallout for consoles because of the gamepad, but once you sit down and look at it, it's actually not that hard. Then again, he was trying to make a point with the PlayStation 'pad in mind but honestly, it didn't felt too hard. Main difference I could envision was swapping point'n'click movement across the hex grid with continuous movement while using the analog buttons. And the shoulder buttons could easilly switch between different interface elements.

 

But I admit, haven't looked into NWN2 on a gamepad. Would it be that much of a nightmare, though?

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It'd be possible. Selecting actions, selecting targets, all those can be done pretty easily with a properly-designed interface. The main cumbersome part would be movement within battle. I mean, it's still point and click, just using a analog stick instead of a mouse. Minor inconvenience. It's like playing a RTS with a gamepad. Not impossible, just not optimal.

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There are no doors in Jefferson that are "special game locked" doors. There are no characters in that game that you can kill that will result in the game ending prematurely.

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Hello! This time, I'm a bit behind on the news, since I generally only visit the Obsidian community once a month (and RPG Codex even less frequently), but I hope Sawyer will give me more incentive to visit (and more material for the FAQ, of course).

There are no doors in Jefferson that are "special game locked" doors. There are no characters in that game that you can kill that will result in the game ending prematurely.

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Actually, if J.E. gets this thing going, i'm going to run out and purchase MotB and SoZ in anticipation of the mod. I played and finished MotB on a friends computer, so I don't even have the game on my system at this time.

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