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I played a lot of Deus Ex when it came out, but when I upgraded my PC to XP, the saves got corrupted and I didn't feel like playing through the game all over again. It's a great game though... I remember once I found about 20 beers and wines and I drank them all just to see how drunk I would get and to see the cool zooming in and tottering around effect on the screen. The little extra additions like that and the fact that you lost health when you smoked as well as the other plentiful subtle add-ons were what made it an even better game, and I hope that Lugaru 2 can mimic this.
i also really liked the inventory in Deus Ex, trying to fit as much as possible on you by moving stuff around the grid. It also made you compromise when looking for weapons, for example "I want this flamethrower, but if i get it i have these three empty spaces that I can't use, so I'm better off just taking the bazooka and the medipack". will there be something like that in L2?
and your point is...Telltolin wrote:I play Everquest, Empire Earth, Neverwinter nights, Everquest II, Second life, age of empires III, oblivion, morrowind, Baldur's gate, mount & blade, fable the lost chapters, lugaru (of course) and... lots of others.
Ha ha halevbot wrote:and your point is...
See? It fits well, by responding to the actual argument, he has seemed to go off-topic.Evil Penguin wrote:Ha! Now you are bringing it off topic, by bringing it up again.
Oblivion's backpack is like a magic backpack, it can hold an infinite amount of crap, as log is it doesn't wiegh anything. Kinda like the Fallout series. In an RPG it would work well because there IS so much crap to pick up, you can pretty much pick up anything*. But I think the backpack should go by volume, not weight. (I wish my backpack worked off of wieght...) That would be pretty much a magic backpack.
*I'm not sure where the character put his stuff, he didn't have a backpack or anything. He just sort of held it.