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Diablo1_reborn

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Hmmm... I'm curious how much personality tags affect the dialogues.
But I suspect most of it is just based on 4 "main characters" the game assigns.

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This game truly looks horrifying. On so many levels. The way the party just stands there, both arms strechted out looking completely dumbfounded is just mind-boggling bad. And let's not talk about the god damn stance of that fucking dwarf.
 
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This game truly looks horrifying. On so many levels. The way the party just stands there, both arms strechted out looking completely dumbfounded is just mind-boggling bad. And let's not talk about the god damn stance of that fucking dwarf.
doing the closeup dialogue was such a massive mistake
the dialogue isn't nearly good enough and the character models/animations aren't suited for it
 
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River City Girls

Really fun beat 'em up. At first it felt too basic for me, but unlocking new moves with cash makes it a blast. There are some optional boosters and stuff to buy as well. Soundtrack is very dynamic and really elevates the whole experience. Including some longer tracks with vocals was a right move as well.


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Ol' Willy

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Quality position

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Mods for Steel Fury are still getting updates
 

Lagole Gon

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This game truly looks horrifying. On so many levels. The way the party just stands there, both arms strechted out looking completely dumbfounded is just mind-boggling bad. And let's not talk about the god damn stance of that fucking dwarf.

With time you will learn to love the jank.
Also, now I have a temporary ancient elf aristocrat companion and she doesn't just stand there in a weird pose. Instead, she always sits on increasingly high objects in the background.

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The cleric in the group sings a song of his faith to the fallen, and the "hero" writes another grim entry in his journal:

"
I managed to infiltrate a bandit camp with my comrades.
Our goal was to find the evil bandit leader and take his life like he did when he took many innocent lives.

The fight was fierce and in the end we won, but what a price we paid in the heat of battle...
The thought of the hollow result pains me greatly.

While trying to take as few lives as possible in this conflict, we took the only one worth more than every life in this camp combined.

We took the life of an innocent.

"
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In one of my playthroughs, killing this NPC really happened to me because of the fog of war.
I placed a fireball in the middle of the tent before the battle started and killed the poor guy.
What game it is?
 
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The cleric in the group sings a song of his faith to the fallen, and the "hero" writes another grim entry in his journal:

"
I managed to infiltrate a bandit camp with my comrades.
Our goal was to find the evil bandit leader and take his life like he did when he took many innocent lives.

The fight was fierce and in the end we won, but what a price we paid in the heat of battle...
The thought of the hollow result pains me greatly.

While trying to take as few lives as possible in this conflict, we took the only one worth more than every life in this camp combined.

We took the life of an innocent.

"
HV3IoFA.png


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In one of my playthroughs, killing this NPC really happened to me because of the fog of war.
I placed a fireball in the middle of the tent before the battle started and killed the poor guy.
What game it is?
looks like neverwinter nights
 

Nazrim Eldrak

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The cleric in the group sings a song of his faith to the fallen, and the "hero" writes another grim entry in his journal:

"
I managed to infiltrate a bandit camp with my comrades.
Our goal was to find the evil bandit leader and take his life like he did when he took many innocent lives.

The fight was fierce and in the end we won, but what a price we paid in the heat of battle...
The thought of the hollow result pains me greatly.

While trying to take as few lives as possible in this conflict, we took the only one worth more than every life in this camp combined.

We took the life of an innocent.

"
HV3IoFA.png


fx7KOLM.png


In one of my playthroughs, killing this NPC really happened to me because of the fog of war.
I placed a fireball in the middle of the tent before the battle started and killed the poor guy.
What game it is?
Baldur(ian)'s Gate Enhanced Edition. Oh man it was so hard to resist trolling you.
Luckily, (I hope) rusty shackleford has already done that:lol:.
 

Lagole Gon

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The cleric in the group sings a song of his faith to the fallen, and the "hero" writes another grim entry in his journal:

"
I managed to infiltrate a bandit camp with my comrades.
Our goal was to find the evil bandit leader and take his life like he did when he took many innocent lives.

The fight was fierce and in the end we won, but what a price we paid in the heat of battle...
The thought of the hollow result pains me greatly.

While trying to take as few lives as possible in this conflict, we took the only one worth more than every life in this camp combined.

We took the life of an innocent.

"
HV3IoFA.png


fx7KOLM.png


In one of my playthroughs, killing this NPC really happened to me because of the fog of war.
I placed a fireball in the middle of the tent before the battle started and killed the poor guy.
What game it is?
Baldur(ian)'s Gate Enhanced Edition. Oh man it was so hard to resist trolling you.
Luckily, (I hope) rusty shackleford has already done that:lol:.

TURN OFF THE BLACK OUTLINES.

NOW.
 

Nazrim Eldrak

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Looks like a cartoon version of Baldur's Gate.

I don't care about the outlines since my screen is 2560x1440 resolution ,so the outlines don't have any visible effect for me, but enough that I prefer having them in.

I'm zooming in for the screenshots, which I suspect is why it looks crappy.

In general, I'd like to see a Baldur's Gate saga with better resolution support, allowing for qualitative zooming, and thus disabling the outlines.

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Serus

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Looks like a cartoon version of Baldur's Gate.

I don't care about the outlines since my screen is 2560x1440 resolution ,so the outlines don't have any visible effect for me, but enough that I prefer having them in.

I'm zooming in for the screenshots, which I suspect is why it looks crappy.

In general, I'd like to see a Baldur's Gate saga with better resolution support, allowing for qualitative zooming, and thus disabling the outlines.

Without outlines
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At least now I can see what it is in those high res screenshots.
I didn't know that there are such graphic options in EE. Looks weird, as octavius said, looks as a cartoon version of the game, this is probably why i didn't recognise it.
 

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I don't care about the outlines since my screen is 2560x1440 resolution ,so the outlines don't have any visible effect for me, but enough that I prefer having them in.

I'm zooming in for the screenshots, which I suspect is why it looks crappy.

In general, I'd like to see a Baldur's Gate saga with better resolution support, allowing for qualitative zooming, and thus disabling the outlines.
The only correct way to play it is in 640x480 since the resolution affects the visible area, taking you out of the intended scene and making interiors look like model sets if it's higher. It doesn't look too good without a C.R.T. monitor, but the look might be approximated with a wrapper like the one rusty made a thread about in combination with some screen shader.
 

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