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What % of people will finish Torment?

  • Nobody.

    Votes: 4 3.8%
  • Kingcomrade

    Votes: 28 26.7%
  • 50%

    Votes: 3 2.9%
  • 40%

    Votes: 4 3.8%
  • 30%

    Votes: 10 9.5%
  • 20%

    Votes: 11 10.5%
  • 10%

    Votes: 10 9.5%
  • Less than 10%

    Votes: 19 18.1%
  • Ban this alcoholic

    Votes: 16 15.2%

  • Total voters
    105

Tigranes

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Most games have sub-20% rates, so 10% would be pretty successful. Who cares?
 
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Well, here is to hoping Pillars of Eternity II and Divinity: Original Sin II will realize the full potential of their predecessors.

10% is a normal expectation for Torment.
 

Andhaira

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Wait, this 'game' has only 13 fights? :lol:

A turn based crpg with only 13 fights?

I get they want to emulate the old Planescape Torment but even that had more fights. And it was RTwP; rpg fags who play TB want more tactical fights.

I hope this game fails horribly.
 
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Wait, this 'game' has only 13 fights? :lol:

A turn based crpg with only 13 fights?

I get they want to emulate the old Planescape Torment but even that had more fights. And it was RTwP; rpg fags who play TB want more tactical fights.

I hope this game fails horribly.
I'm pretty sure nobody played Planescape Torment for the 'fights'.
 

Andhaira

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Wait, this 'game' has only 13 fights? :lol:

A turn based crpg with only 13 fights?

I get they want to emulate the old Planescape Torment but even that had more fights. And it was RTwP; rpg fags who play TB want more tactical fights.

I hope this game fails horribly.
I'm pretty sure nobody played Planescape Torment for the 'fights'.

You would be surprised kiddo. PST came out 1 year or so right after Baldurs Gate and made using the same engine; it came out before Icewind Dale though if I recall correctly. People who bought it at the time got it itching for a game just like Baldur's Gate.
 

Abu Antar

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Wait, this 'game' has only 13 fights? :lol:

A turn based crpg with only 13 fights?

I get they want to emulate the old Planescape Torment but even that had more fights. And it was RTwP; rpg fags who play TB want more tactical fights.

I hope this game fails horribly.
:updatedmytxt:
 

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