tehƧP@ƦKly�ANK� -Ⅲ�
12-03-2015, 01:27 AM
So I finally bought it on Steam during the Black Friday sales thing.

I read the reviews and was impressed to find out that the game received a major update after all these years!
Latest one is Oct 19, 2015.

I have not read all the details to it yet.
And I haven't looked through all the Steam Workshop items either.

But, man oh man. Is this ever an improvement over the Xbox Original version.

It really helps to have nothing but SSD's on my PC which makes the loading much faster.
I remember having to wait some time before anything happened on the Xbox.
Even if I copied the game to the Xbox's HDD (which iirc, also caused some bugs for the game?).

I can't wait to get into this game and finish it.
I finished the first one.

The second one I was hestitant due to the numerous bugs on the Xbox console.

Anyone with recommendations for Steam Workshop items?
I looked at ModDb and they were all ancient mods.
I presume the newest ones would be best from the Steam Workshop.

The only one I subbed to was: High Quality Stars and Nebulas
Can't remember for the life of me what it was like before.
But I am enjoying this game like it's brand new to me. ^__^

tehƧP@ƦKly�ANK� -Ⅲ�
12-13-2015, 10:46 PM
So I finally got to Telos. Spent last night playing again after the last time I posted.
Compelling story and dialogue.

Some bugs on the PC version. Had a few crashes just starting it.

:rofldata: I see the party members still like to run in circles around you and get in your way every chance they get.
It's like they're programmed to get between your cursor and the object you want to interact with.
And they still love running into mines. Even if they're set to "ranged".

Can't wait to get HK-47 up and running again.

The FMV's are so pixelated, it's like early years of youtube in 260p. :laugh:

tehƧP@ƦKly�ANK� -Ⅲ�
12-15-2015, 02:28 AM
:laugh: For some reason, I thought the RGP section of the forum meant the "board rpg" style where people post chapters with each other.

Like the good ol' days where MSN forums and others were huge.