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I chose thief.. I always play as a thief in any RPG, no matter what. Imo it's the only class that makes a game more challenging. Warriors and Mages make it kinda easy, but the thief class always makes it challenging. Plus, you can turn into a ninja... A NINJA!!!
Yes, I got the PC version.
I play a Thief.
I haven't died that much. I learned the basics and then everything became smooth ^^ (Just master parrying and you'll only worry about bosses).
The hardest part so far was against the combi of the fat and the nimble (that wasn't a spoiler ^^).
I didn't die VS alot of bosses:
- Seath the Scaleless
Maybe because of my uber katana ? :P
Last edited by Shinsatsu; September 03, 2012 at 11:50 AM.
LOL My brother picked the thief as well.
His method is to lure one enemy at a time and kill him. It takes time but he doesn't die that much.
OMFG just lost ten thousand souls... walked through a white light and ran into the capra demon, totally not expecting it. *sigh* now I have to go back to retrieve it
That's why my brother plays offline ^^
I just killed Nito ^^ I didn't die VS him ... But I think he was so damn HARD o_O
15 flasks +4 is a bit too much.
+15 Iaito Katana
full +5 eastern armor set. I slapped him alot before he finally died ^^
It's about old stuff but still :
Shepard's reaction to the endings.
For those who played Mass Effect 3 and knew the original endings (before the extended cut).
After playing Dark Souls twice, I can say that it's one of the best RPG games I have ever played. The game is full of lore and there are pieces of the story everywhere. It's a game for gamers who like to find out about the world and story by themselves without the help of obvious indications and cut-scenes.
I will never miss a Souls game from now on.
Borderlands is the next one on my list. I think it'll be ready by tomorrow. I hope it's good. There's a big hype about it; and that is not a good sign.
As for Dragon Age 3, I better keep my expectations to the ground because I had high hopes for the 2nd one when I saw the trailers and I received a boot to the face when I actually got the game.
As for Borderlands. I just now beat Borderlands 2 the first time, of what will be many. It has lived up to or exceeded every expectation I had. This is going to be a game I will be putting a lot of time into....
About Dragon Age 3....
I know I'm making a mistake but I really want to believe Bioware learned something. With Dragon Age 2 every time they released early details fans kept getting more and more worried about what they were doing. But they always just kinda said "It'll work out, you'll see." Then it released and we were all horrified to discover that it was everything we feared.
But they actually acknowledge 2's flaws, so hopefully that should mean they won't be doing the same thing over again.
And I LOVED Dragon Age Origins. So if they can actually make a sequel to the first game, instead of ActionRPG spin off, I'll be on board.
Last edited by Jammin; September 27, 2012 at 08:39 PM.
Indeed, Borderlands II was the funniest game I've played. The quotes are just awesome and the characters were so unique!
The game wasn't that hard at all. I finished it twice with both difficulties.
I uninstalled it just now, and turned my back to the screen ... LIKE A REAL BADASS !!!
yeah, and who needs a medical license when you got style...
If anyone in NA is interested, Atlus USA announced that Odin Sphere is discounted 50% off this week. I highly recommend it
I finished for the 4th time now PlaneScape:Torment,and I still can't help but wonder how this game would have been if it would have come out now,with today's graphics and realistic combat systems,but with it's storyline,superb art and characters...even if it's old,it's still a masterpiece,it's amongst the BEST rpg's I've every played.
If you were to make a top 5(I wanted top 3,but it's impossible to decide just on 3) of your personal best RPG's,which ones would be there?For me it'd be these ones(the order DOES NOT matter):
1)The Elder Scrolls III : Morrowind (+it's expansions)
2)Knights Of The Old Republic I & II
4)The Witcher I & II
5) Dragon Age : Origins
Still haven't tried Borderlands 2,I've never been a fan of RPG's with technology,dunno why,it just seems not fun for me ^^.
Still praying to God that they make Kotor 3,Old Republic was a waste imo.Dragon Age 2 was hack'n'slash to the most extreme,dunno why they even labeled it RPG,and hopefully they actually learn from their mistakes and will make a DA 3 that is at least as awesome as the first one.
I tried playing Dark Souls,but god damn it,it's tough without a gamepad,I'm still having trouble with the control lol.
If anyone of you played Morrowind and loved the game and wished(like me)to visit not just the island of Morrowind in which the action takes place,but actually the whole Vvanderfell,google Tamriel : Rebuilt.It's a project that several modders are working on,and by it they are trying to rebuild in Morrowind & Oblio (I don't know if they worked on anything for Skyrim),places that aren't in the game,places in which you hear things about them,that you read in books about them,but simply are not in the game.It's best mod for a game that I've ever seen(I mean,just download the mod's there for Morrowind and you'll see just how much and how HUGE of a space they introduced in the game,almost as big as the island of Morrowind itself(and the island IS big,no joke).From what I remember,they had also started working on quests and characters,and they started introducing more info about the Dwarves,the mysterious species from Morrowind that left all these ruins,and that excited my interest and curiosity beyond anything in that game.