I loved the old Broken Sword games (even though after playing them again recently, I realised they aren't all that great) but this has largely flown under my radar. I will certainly check it out when it launches.
I am very exited for this, I loved the old 2D games (apart from that goat in the first, that took me ages to get past without internet etc.) . They are still great today. I need to finish the last Deponia game, I will definitely get this.
@samstrife: Definitely something to try, would be pretty nuts if this turned out to be the issue, since the pc had been working for some time up untill this happened.
Well if it is a case related issue along those lines, it may have only taken a small bump or knock (from say a 2 year old child who likes to touch things) to trigger. Considering he's changed every part, it pretty much has to be an issue with the case...right?
Hey OP, I had a similar problem installing my Girlfriend's PC and it drove me fucking insane.
Try breadboarding (assembling all the components out of case, on a non conductive surface ((like a wooden table or even the box your motherboard came in))) and see if that turns everything on. If it does, then your case is causing a shortage...for me it was a set of dodgy brass stand offs that constantly shorted the RAM and Mobo.
It's a shame you've found yourself in this situation. Usually building a PC is fine...but when you get to situations like this, it's heartbreaking.
That's weird as to me, a 2K veteran, defence seems easier now than it's done in for a while. Errant passes are easy to intercept/punish and I've found there's a lot more blocked shots in games.
Learning when to jump is crucial, if both players go up in the air at the same time, it's usually the defender who comes out on top. Also, try getting into the habit of swatting passes with the Square button, once you get the hang of getting in the way, or tricking your opponent into thinking he's passing to an open man, you can cause havoc.
Lastly, learn to set properly with the Circle button. It's an advance move which once learnt pays off in dividends. Basically, if an opponent is charging towards you, hit and hold circle and hope your player gets set in time and draws the offensive foul.
@samstrife: I don't know where exactly you went to school, but most public schools in the US do not separate up the student body based on any academic placement for required courses aside from things like A.P. classes. There is in fact a desire to make sure that where possible, classes are not somehow stratified into "smart kids" and "rough kids".
When I say separated between rough and smart kids, I mean smart kids and kids whose presence in class usually caused problems. There are always "remedial" classes so to speak where students who show no desire to learn or help others learn were sent to...not so the case when it came to science.
I'm talking kids who'd already been suspended for attacking teachers and what not.