Has anyone played this? Would you recommend it?
I'm a fan of old school RPG's, but I'm having trouble finding any information about this title.
Has anyone played it, and would you recommend it?
I don't know really. I like it enough to play, but it's no AAA title.
It's a lot like NVN2 meets Arcanum, but with less dialogue. The translation is done poorly in parts, and sometimes parts of the dialogue cannot be read(it starts scrolled off, and cannot be scrolled to). I have also read that the only way to finish the game is deleting the media1.pk (english localization) before the final boss fight, otherwise the game crashes, so the long dialogue near the end is in russian.
I meant NWN2, stupid typo. :p
Ahh ok, that doesn't sound promising. I'll either wait around for at least a patch, or skip this title altogether.
I didn't like it. Then again, I didn't like NWN either.
Yeah this game is pretty cool.
I can't use ArtMoney or CheatEngine to get some gold. I hate IT
BUT i hate these Cheathappens web site.
They are the ONLY guys who do this trainer.
They only think about MONEY.
Where the cool guys of PizzaDox, where are you? PLS save us.
MRagab, are you one of the people who translated this game? You're making about the same amount of sense.
I downloaded it and hated every minute of it.
Quite scary as I almost spent £30 on it.
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It starts really slow and combats tend to take forever, hitting and hitting and hitting again... and healing and healing and drink potions... And it went like this - for me, as every player plays differently and I just completely mismanaged the direction my main character should take! - for hours and hours. I was about to give up *BUT*... I noticed the skill tree showed lots of promise: it had skills/spells/perks I had not seen in any other RPG game (as mostly follow a D&D rules convention, which is great in a manner but completely constrictive in another) and some of them sounded really cool and powerful, others I had no idea of what they did and was very curious. Also, the story was driving me forward, as it is mysterious and let lots of questions hanging in the air... so I continued...
And suddenly, after getting more party members and balanced the party skills and behaviour, the game really blossomed! The skills were even more amazing than I expected, and even if some combats are still difficult, I can feel the power my team has, and its outstandingly powerful if managed correctly. The skills are also mesmerizing at times, and lethal if used correctly. Characters can evolve in a surprising manner and it is full of good ideas (I really love the attack speed of one of the characters, she hits about 20 times faster than my "tank"), like the fact of the main character can be uberpowerful managing to be a master of all skills and then some!
So, in short, it starts slow and is very frustrating... then it picks up and gets engaging.
On a side note, I read somewhere someone complaining about lack of gold... well, I always follow the principle that any weapon/armor worth using is something you find (either in loot, treasure or quest) and so I usually don't even peek at merchant's stuff... As a result, I have more than one million in gold and have no idea of what to do with it!
MRageB, I know exactly what you mean. I have been searching for a trainer for this for a while and the only one I can find requires a paid subscription to cheathappens :(
But nevermind, I have figured out some values to alter using artmoney. They're not that hard once you know what you are looking for.
Gold and skill points are both simply 4 byte Integer values.
Experience is a 4 byte Integer as well, but its value is the difference between your current experience and the amount required for the last level up. for example, if your experience is 5012 and your last level up occurred at 5000 the value stored in memory for your current exp will be 12.
Stat points are also a 4 byte Integer except for some reason the value is 4x the amount you have. (If you have 20 stat points, search for 80 in memory). When searching for stat point values in artmoney always change your stats and click the button to save the values because there are multiple values stored in memory and you need the one that is the "master" value.