Just2McMuffin Dec 26, 2012 @ 4:48pm
Is there any positive comments to this game?
This game looks like something i would LOVE and probebly play it over and over again, yet i read nothing but "problems" and "bugs"....

I just read what "Starforce" and "DRM" is since im a noob, all i do is more or less start computer, play games, shut down and repeat.

Is there anyone out there who havent had problems with this game? This Starforce thing scares me a bid since i dont want to risk my PC nor andy parts for it. And call me dumb but for all i can see this DRM thing dosnt seem to be anyproblem since im not cracking the game.

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Wiesseritter Dec 26, 2012 @ 5:35pm 
Despite the crushing difficulty on extreme mode, I haven't had a single problem with this game. And I love it. It's definitely one of my top 10 of 2012.
snapfit Dec 27, 2012 @ 10:20am 
I bought the game on release day, I'm now in the middle of my second playthrough and I had no major issues (just some minor bugs, like in almost every game).
If you like story-based RPGs (and Orcs) you WILL love it.
Don't listen to the people complaining about DRM and Starforce, they are making mountains out of molehills.
Just2McMuffin Dec 27, 2012 @ 10:23am 
well... since im an impacient gamer i went ahead a orderd an Xbox copy of the game... It will be deliverd the day after new years eve. Wanted it for the PC but all the complaints made me take the safe road
FaolanHart Jan 1, 2013 @ 9:05pm 
I'll point you to my recommendation.
http://steamcommunity.com/id/FaolanHart/recommended/216910
The game isn't perfect by any means but I had allot of fun with it & experienced no technical issues whatsoever.
I've seen quite a few people complaining about the controls but it should be easy for anyone who has ever played Dragon Age Origins to pick up as it's very much a simplified version of that game's tactics wheel. Can feel odd at first but you'll pick it up after a few minutes.
I wouldn't pay full price but if you can get it at 50% off go for it.

I wouldn't mind knowing how the Xbox version plays, seems like the kind of game that would be inherently better on PC
Just2McMuffin Jan 1, 2013 @ 11:14pm 
Well i get that sence of feeling to, that the pc version is more comftrable to play but alas, I shall take the easy way out of my dilema. The game should be here in just a few hours.

Originally posted by FaolanHart:
I'll point you to my recommendation.
http://steamcommunity.com/id/FaolanHart/recommended/216910
The game isn't perfect by any means but I had allot of fun with it & experienced no technical issues whatsoever.
I've seen quite a few people complaining about the controls but it should be easy for anyone who has ever played Dragon Age Origins to pick up as it's very much a simplified version of that game's tactics wheel. Can feel odd at first but you'll pick it up after a few minutes.
I wouldn't pay full price but if you can get it at 50% off go for it.

I wouldn't mind knowing how the Xbox version plays, seems like the kind of game that would be inherently better on PC
Author X Jan 2, 2013 @ 10:40am 
I play it on PC with an Xbox 360 controller, and it controls just fine for me (only thing I would change is having the tactics wheel disappear when I let go of the button like the Mass Effect tactics screen, rather than having to press the button again).

I've really enjoyed it so far, the combat is fun and the characters have very different but complimentary skills and abilities.
Just2McMuffin Jan 2, 2013 @ 11:02am 
Now ive played like 30min of the game for the xbox and out of the game perspective i have to say its and interesting game.
(Dads Army) Private Pike Jan 16, 2013 @ 5:52am 
reading other forums far too many negatives for me I for one will keep well away from it ,if they cant be bothered to implement a demo for people to try ,they can expect poor sales.You wouldnt buy a car would you before you had a test drive?
Orc King Jan 19, 2013 @ 6:30pm 
I've been playing for an hour and really enjoying it. Note: if you don't like turn based combat (or pausing w/space bar and choosing attacks, defense) then should avoid. What I love about this game is the ability to switch between the two characters and play to their strengths when the situation calls for it i.e. go Goblin is want to go stealthy and do assassin kills :) Both characters actually play off each other really well and compliment each other.
Last edited by Orc King; Jan 19, 2013 @ 6:36pm
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