Jan 5th 2010 4:43PM If you play on easy, no. If it's on easy you can pretty much set your tactics for your other party members, and just control your character. If it's on normal, at least for me, you'll have to do a considerable amount of micro.
Jan 5th 2010 4:25PM That trailer was amazing. Probably one of the best that they've done, especially considering there was no Marilyn Manson anywhere to be found.
I'm thinking this will be the kind of scope that a Neverwinter Nights expansion had, so it will probably be worth the price.
Jan 5th 2010 3:34PM Yeah. Especially when your PC isn't going to last you as long as your console might. I've upgraded my PC 2 or 3 times this console generation.
And I thought it was pretty hilarious when they said that PC was becoming the most popular console. That's completely not the case, consoles are the most popular console. lol
Jan 5th 2010 1:45PM Damn, I guess I'm wrong then. lol
I always thought the GTA4 stuff was just DLC, but I never played it so I wouldn't know. And I bought the GOTY of Oblivion, so I got Shivering Isles with it.
But, I'm just remembering the NWN and NWN2 expansions, and Warcraft/WoW expansions, Diablo expansions, GW Expansions, etc.
Jan 5th 2010 12:31PM Man, how does that hero shooting zombies expect to aim if he's just pew-pewin' on his space bar? Dude obviously needs to lrn2playnub.
Jan 5th 2010 12:26PM Expansions are always $40 and always have been, though...
Dec 22nd 2009 11:43AM Yeah... But, in my opinion, the game was always fun for the first 20 levels. That starting zone was amazing. It was after that that the game got boring. Which is the part of the game that Funcom does not let you experience. And I'm not saying that's why they don't let you experience it, I'm just saying.
I didn't stop enjoying the game until about level 45-50, where I ran out of quests. And when I went back for the week or two weeks free that I got on my old account, the game just didn't pull me back in.
Nov 24th 2009 2:11PM I can understand why you might not want to pay 15 bucks a month for it, because it's just not something you're into. But, in my opinion, it's been worth my money for the past 5 years because I've got more play time out of that game than any other, for less than the money I would have been spending on other games. But if someone doesn't like it, or MMO's in general, that's their opinion. I used to hate even the idea of paying 15 bucks a month for a game, but now I have no problem with it.
Nov 18th 2009 11:49AM Drew, I would say get Dragon Age. But that's just my personal opinion. Bioware is one of my favorite developers and Baldur's Gate and Neverwinter Nights were two of my favorite games. And Dragon Age is pretty much those, but better. lol
Nov 12th 2009 11:20AM No, it does make you play on Steam. You have to authenticate to the Steam servers and it uses VAC as the anti-cheat system. I think. I haven't bought it yet, but I'm assuming that's what everyone meant by the game using VAC and Steamworks.