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#3  Edited By strangone

The new Protoss spellcasters seem really gimmicky.

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#5  Edited By strangone

@project343 said:

Now, compare Oblivion to ANY other current generation Western RPG (and hell, even JRPG). Oblivion will still stand as superior. Why is that?

Because current generation Western RPGs are pretty shitty.

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#6  Edited By strangone

@ThePaleKing: Got it on the first reply. Pretty good community we've got here.

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#7  Edited By strangone

OK I'm going out on a limb here but: I saw a trailer for an old zombie movie about 6 months ago and promptly forgot almost everything about it. Now I want to track the movie down but at this point I can't remember the title or practically anything else, so I'm hoping that some horror nerd can tell me what movie I'm thinking of based on these vague things I remember.

1. The movie takes place in an abandoned mansion or castle of some sort.

2. The movie is foreign, probably Italian, and seemed quite gory.

3. I think it's from the 70s or 80s.

4. Whatever site I watched the trailer on described it as having the dumbest zombies in movie history.

5. There is a scene in the trailer where two characters (a man and a woman maybe) fight off a group of zombies by repeatedly poking them with a long pole. I think it's supposed to be scary, but actually it's pretty damn funny.

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@endaround said:

The original Baldur's Gate isn't bad. BGII since you start off at a higher level has less hand holding. The first BG is fine if you play a warrior, cleric, or warrior/cleric. D&D cleric are buffers and healers but they also are decent fighters. Older D&D games are easier in diifculty but are harder to play without a bunch of jumping through hoops to get them to work and then they are first person until combat. Fallout is also fine, just want to keep your strength high enough to wear power armor (like 5 or above). I had to restart when i couldn't put it on (and then I realized like a few days later I maybe could have just buffed until I got the armor on..). And small arms is the way to go there.

And yeah ToEE and Wizardy is trolling you.

I actually think BG2 is an easier start than BG1. Since D&D has such shitty balance, low-level games tend to be more difficult (but probably more fun) than higher-level stuff like BG2. Plus the wilderness areas in BG1, while also pretty cool, can be overwhelming for a beginner I think.

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#10  Edited By strangone

Don't try ToEE on your first go, I'd say something like Baldur's Gate 2 or Fallout.