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I just found out that the hard collector's edition comes with a deck of cards.

 

THOSE SONS OF #@%@#%@#%@#%@#%@#^%@#^@#^@#^@#^$%*&$@#@.

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I just found out that the hard collector's edition comes with a deck of cards.

 

THOSE SONS OF #@%@#%@#%@#%@#%@#^%@#^@#^@#^@#^$%*&$@#@.

 

Are you ready to pay 100$ just for that?

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I just found out that the hard collector's edition comes with a deck of cards.

 

THOSE SONS OF #@%@#%@#%@#%@#%@#^%@#^@#^@#^@#^$%*&$@#@.

 

Are you ready to pay 100$ just for that?

I... don't... know.

 

Playing cards!

"Show me a man who "plays fair" and I'll show you a very talented cheater."
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Has this deck of cards boobies? :shifty:

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if it doesnt then they are really missing an opportunity


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I always thought the mage Triss was talking to in the mirror in the chapter 2->3 transition in TW1 was Eilhart, but she was blonde. They might have been using a generic high class hooker model rather than a unique one perhaps.

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From Radovid's description in TW1, I had thought she'd be an old bat.

 

I'm re-reading Blood of Elves right now and Sapkowski doesn't describe her much. The book says she has long, loose dark hair and she looked 30 when she was roughly 300 years old. Meh, more freedom for CDP I suppose.

 

God, now I know my computer can't handle this. At all. sad.gif

 

Yeah, I need to upgrade everything but my video card. :lol:

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Well, procrastinating has ended up making my decision for me - with the inflated download price I went for the physical CE instead from the UK. After spending $200-odd on GoG over Christmas there's really nothing much store credit will do for me. Should come to a 'lil bit over $90AUD when it's dispatched, though admittedly the dollar is a bit unstable.

 

59.85GBP from TheHut with free shipping (after 5GBP code - MAY5). If you're after the standard edition, code MAY2 discount comes to 21.85 pounds (or try dvd.co.uk 22.18GBP if that code expires).

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Technically I meet all the minimum rquirements except CPU speed (2ghz, they want 2.2), but I just know I'll be lucky to get 5-10fps at low settings. (which... counts as playable for me, since I played TW1 like that :lol:)

 

Sounds pretty good for a physical CE, Humanoid. Would have done it too, but they never seem to make a CE worth buying, for me. In the end the junk is junk.

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I love junk - the various cheap tatty T-shirts, VHS tapes, jewelery and useless lumps of plastic and metal. The bigger and tackier, the better. Even devices with no discernable use aside from annoying the user when they want to play - codewheels, schematics and obscure background texts. I even keep registration cards. :lol:

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Technically I meet all the minimum rquirements except CPU speed (2ghz, they want 2.2), but I just know I'll be lucky to get 5-10fps at low settings. (which... counts as playable for me, since I played TW1 like that :lol:)

 

Yeah, my processor is a bit below the minimum as well. Everything else is around minimum requirements except video card so the game should be playable. From the looks of it though, TW2 is a game that deserves to be played on Ultra. I think this will be the game that forces me to upgrade...

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I'm in the same situation as you three-- a just barely sub-minimum processor. I'll probably go with a whole new rig at some point this summer. A CPU upgrade isn't going to go very far without going to a new motherboard with a more modern socket. Plus, changing out a CPU + heatsink + fan is a real headache. Other new stuff out there (including Dungeon Seige III) is going to present the same problem, and I'd rather not play games like Shogun 2 (which I haven't bought yet, but intend to) or Deus Ex: HR on a just-scraping-by system. (I've done past Total War games on minimum specs, and it was not a comforting experience.)

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Well I may build a new desktop when I move to the US this fall, but I'm spending enough cash moving halfway across the globe already. I know I'll succumb, though.

 

Enoch, I don't know how I manage to play RTW, MTW2, ETW and now Shogun 2, each time on a PC that can barely pull it off - scroll lag in the campaign map, +3 minute end turn times, 10fps battles, etc. Shogun 2 is actually quite good at scaling itself down - smaller map & less factions means end of turn goes fast, too. Only problem is manipulating unit cards gets really annoying with lag, and, well, the battle map looks just like RTW.

 

Hell, I know I'll complete TW2 at least once before the upgrade, and it'll probably take 20 hours more than everyone else just because of the low fps...

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On the other hand, US hardware prices are cheap so you'll get maybe 50% more machine for the same money. Even better if Bulldozer which will be out by then is a hit and provides a viable all-round alternative to Intel. Might even see the 28nm graphics chips launching by then.

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Doubt my C2D E6600 can hack it. Oh well, price of prcrastination :shifty:

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I think those things overclocked to 3GHz+ easily (setting FSB to 333MHz will get to 3GHz on the dot). That's assuming it's an original 2006 model with stock at 2.4GHz, not the 2010 ones which came at 3.06GHz.

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