- Sep 4, 2021
I still have no idea what these images are hinting - I'm not well versed with Pathfinder universe at all!
DLC #2 - Through the Ashes - is coming on 21 April!!
This time you play a common folk (different hero) who tries to survive demon attacks on Kenabres. Seems like there are 2 companions teased!
GOG wants to download 16 GB currently - is that the first or second DLC or what ?
Yeah, that's a good take. I mean I like having a strategic layer in an RPG if it's done well. Imho they didn't do it well in two games now. It just doesn't seem to be their strength. So I'd rather have them to spent their energy on creating the content they're really good at. Just give me more polished or even bigger games or release them faster.I've done it yesterday. At this point I'm mostly in favour of being able to disable it, or not having such a system in future games. I like the idea but I found the execution was poor in the last 2 games, so I wish they used the time to do something else instead.
I said its an improvement over Kingmaker's kingdom management but I could use less crusade combat - I liked the council part tho.
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It's probably easy enough if you're using turn-based mode which I expect most people will be doing. I certainly wouldn't want to do RTwP with a gamepad, though I suppose one could get used to it.To be frank, I can hardly picture how it's possible to play that type of game on a console
I haven't tried with a gamepad, maybe I should out of curiosity. I just imagine that selecting the abilities and spells for each party member must be tedious work. And the game relies a lot on that.It's probably easy enough if you're using turn-based mode which I expect most people will be doing. I certainly wouldn't want to do RTwP with a gamepad, though I suppose one could get used to it.