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  1. 1. Where are you from?

    • North America
      409
    • South America
      38
    • Europe
      906
    • Asia
      43
    • Africa
      11
    • Australia
      62
    • Antarctica (you never know)
      20


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England, which is not part of Europe, because we have pounds rater than euros and miles rather than kilometers.... :biggrin:

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One recent survey by a Washington-based researcher concluded that Americans were far more willing to participate in cannibalism then they have in the past hundred years. America is a nation that will not suffer abominations lightly.

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Italian do it better :).

 

PS: Glad to see Europe is the last bastion of CRPGs goodness :).

Edited by meomao

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I'm from Italy, European Union.

I hate to break it to you, but the EU isn't a continent ;)

 

<-- it's there on the left. Poznań, Poland.

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Greetings from Germany.

Never thought there would be such a significant mismatch between North america and europe sine Obsidian is an american enterprise.

Aren't american people generally interested in rpg's?

Edited by Coolraft

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Greetings from Switzerland.

 

This is a good question. I think that american people are intrested in rpg's but the gameplay and the styl how the wan't rpg's is different than in europe.

 

It also can be that american people also like this game very much, but don't like to post on a forum or like to read forum posts.

 

At the end, only american people's can answer this question ;-)

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England, which is not part of Europe, because we have pounds rater than euros and miles rather than kilometers.... :biggrin:

And drive on the wrong side (the opposite of the right side :D)

 

Cantabria, Spain. BTW

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Greetings from Central Europe - Czech republic. It's a small country nestled in the middle of circle composed of Germany, Poland, Slovakia and Austria.

 

England, which is not part of Europe, because we have pounds rater than euros and miles rather than kilometers.... :biggrin:

By your logic I'm not European either since we do not use euro just yet, Czech crowns ftw hah x3

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Greetings from Central Europe - Czech republic. It's a small country nestled in the middle of circle composed of Germany, Poland, Slovakia and Austria.

 

England, which is not part of Europe, because we have pounds rater than euros and miles rather than kilometers.... :biggrin:

By your logic I'm not European either since we do not use euro just yet, Czech crowns ftw hah x3

That's right! ....

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Zagreb, Croatia.

 

Wow, I was not expecting to see that most people here are from Europe...


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Hey, I just backed you,

and this is crazy,

but here's my money,

so stretch goal maybe?

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Anyway, you forgot Oceania in the poll.

 

Think of the Kiwis.


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Hey, I just backed you,

and this is crazy,

but here's my money,

so stretch goal maybe?

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Netherlands, checking in.


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Bucharest, Romania. RPG-ing is strong around here, check the Pirate Bay statistics :(

 

 

Right now, Europe has more forum active than all the rest of the world combined. But I expect Americas to get better as their evening will come.

I am more curious about the Kickstarter's backers spread, even an approximate one. I am sure that would be much more interesting for Obsidian.

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