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 on: Today at 11:26:41 PM 
Started by Sagacious-T - Last post by daved
I love this game.  Seriously, if you're on the fence about buying this one, you should just take the plunge and buy it.  This a pretty big game, it's fun, and has some great potential replay value.  Larian deserves your money a hell of a lot more than most of the AAA RPG developers who churn out mediocre games and then milk it with DLC that should have been included with the base game.  D: OS's "Source Hunter" DLC is not at all necessary to buy unless you want a digital copy of the soundtrack; it's just an extra way to support the developer really.  But the game itself is absolutely worth $40.

I'm sure it is. And I've love to play it. Seriously, I would. Unfortunately, like many an AA PC game these days, I literally just can't play it, because my computer doesn't have the horsepower. And I'm sure there's a good number of people in my situation. I'd really like to see more games built with all sorts of PC's and specs in mind, rather than expecting their customers to have shilled out anywhere from $300-$500 dollars for a PC that can play the game. Oh well...

Are you sure you've looked at the minimum required specs (rather than the higher "recommended" specs)?   Paraphrasing from the GOG page: The minimum system requirements are: Dual Core CPU, 2 GB RAM, and a HD Intel Graphics 4000 or NVIDIA® GeForce® 8800 GT (512 MB) or ATI Radeo HD 4850.   Those are pretty modest requirements by today's standards, which part doesn't your PC meet?    If it's the GPU, you could most likely pick up decent mid- level graphics card for under $100.  Now I realize you don't want to invest a hundred bucks to play one game, but then I imagine there are others you'd like to play that this would allow you.   Unless your PC is like a decade old I assume meet the RAM / CPU requirements...  But RAM is fairly cheap and I don't know why anyone would suffer with less than 3 GBs these days anyway. 

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 on: Today at 11:11:47 PM 
Started by Hidoshi - Last post by Dincrest
Still loving the hell out of Yowamushi Pedal.  It's now transcended being just a manga to being an experience.  I used some of the tips in Yowamushi Pedal in my own cycling and it's helping me become a stronger cyclist.  Just today, I did my usual training slope faster than I ever have and with higher gearing.  Boss! 

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 on: Today at 10:45:23 PM 
Started by Farron - Last post by kkhohoho
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Reminds me of the stuff we have where I work where it's programmed so atrociously, it needs 6 linked graphic cards to render 2D.

I'm actually kind of worried my laptop will have trouble running this game.

Oh well, it's free. Worst case scenario it'll cost me a minute or two to uninstall it.

Same here, though I don't know if I'd play it anyway. The reasons it's free it's because it's an unfinished beta; the game, story included, is only partway done. Though putting that aside, I'm not sure I could play it even if I wanted to. (That said, I do think it looks promising. I just might like to wait until it's finished, is all. Though of course, by then it might not be free...)

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 on: Today at 10:43:30 PM 
Started by Sagacious-T - Last post by kkhohoho
I love this game.  Seriously, if you're on the fence about buying this one, you should just take the plunge and buy it.  This a pretty big game, it's fun, and has some great potential replay value.  Larian deserves your money a hell of a lot more than most of the AAA RPG developers who churn out mediocre games and then milk it with DLC that should have been included with the base game.  D: OS's "Source Hunter" DLC is not at all necessary to buy unless you want a digital copy of the soundtrack; it's just an extra way to support the developer really.  But the game itself is absolutely worth $40.

I'm sure it is. And I've love to play it. Seriously, I would. Unfortunately, like many an AA PC game these days, I literally just can't play it, because my computer doesn't have the horsepower. And I'm sure there's a good number of people in my situation. I'd really like to see more games built with all sorts of PC's and specs in mind, rather than expecting their customers to have shilled out anywhere from $300-$500 dollars for a PC that can play the game. Oh well...

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 on: Today at 10:38:38 PM 
Started by Kevadu - Last post by kkhohoho
*Sees announcement of Trails FC getting a PC release next week.*

SHUT UP AND TAKE MY MONEY.


Seriously though, I was wondering when this was going to finally come out, if at all. But here we are. :D (And hopefully, we'll get SC by the end of the year. Hopefully...)

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 on: Today at 09:09:20 PM 
Started by Hidoshi - Last post by Annubis
Argevollen may be average at best but Aldnoah Zero is where it's at.
The first 3 episodes were just incredible.

I love the timing of when the episodes end. Just enough to feel satiated but still waiting more.

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 on: Today at 09:05:48 PM 
Started by Kevadu - Last post by MeshGearFox
HAPPEN.

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 on: Today at 06:00:47 PM 
Started by Kevadu - Last post by Kevadu
Trails in the Flash



Can we stop using that awful, nonsensical "translation" already?

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 on: Today at 05:27:50 PM 
Started by Kevadu - Last post by Nel
Just got the email from XSeed about it. Didn't expect it this soon and will definitely buy. It's been about three years since I played the PSP version, so replaying it on PC should be a fun romp.

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 on: Today at 05:16:15 PM 
Started by Kevadu - Last post by Aeolus
The short answer is to start with this game.

The long answer is that the first Legend of Heroes game was the sixth mainline Dragon Slayer game (not counting sequels and spin offs of the previous mainline titles). LoH then proceeded to follow tradition and got a sequel with LoH 2 and a stand alone trilogy with LoHs 3-5 (Prophecy of the Moonlight Witch, A Tear of Vermilion and Song of the Ocean respectfully) forming what is otherwise known as the Gagharv Trilogy. Then in 2004 LoH 6 Trails in the Sky came out for the PC in Japan and in three parts. The first part (LoH6:TitS FC) is the game this thread is posting about (its only available on the PSP in the west, and this thread is about an updated version of the original PC release getting released on Steam), and the second part (LoH6:TitS SC) wraps up the story started in the first part and is what everyone who is familiar with this series is waiting for (it didn't come out for the PSP in the west due to the fact that the PSP was very much a dead system outside of Japan, hence the big effort to get both parts out on Steam now). The third and final part (LoH6:TitS The3rd) mostly reopens the setting to follow a bunch of side characters and leaves enough plot threads and setting details hanging for following up on with later games. It's from there that Trails in the Sky spun off into its own series with Trails in the Zero and Trails in the Blue (still referred to Legend of Heroes but no longer numbered as such) forming a duology, and currently Trails in the Flash which is getting its sequel, Trails in the Flash 2, in about two months in Japan. There's also Nayuta in the Sky which is largely its own separate thing, and Ys vs. Trails in the Sky: Alternative Saga which is a crossover/mashup of Ys and Trails in the characters in a fighting game (built using Ys Seven's engine) just to make things even more confusing (and because Ys and Trails in the Whatever have become Falcom's two biggest series thus far).

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