Seeing as installation DVD was 7Gb something, I expected somewhat longer game :thumbsdown: Meaning, it was simply great, fantastic, fascinating, addictive - but ffs, it ended too soon I was just acquiring a taste for it, and bah - you win, you sealed your father into the pyramid (or whatever it was he was sitting in) you can go home now :moon: And consequently - there was no way to develop all skills, on account of there being not enough experience to be gotten due to shortness of the game. And I like to be a superhero with all skills developed to the extreme :D
Slightly cooler than a n00b
26th October 2005
Thats why they have addon games. :naughty:
Indeed But I'm willing to give them the money they are after, as soon as they release lots of add-ons and do it soon :bows: :bows: :bows:
I know where you live
19th October 2006
Well, once they get around to releasing the damn SDK I'm sure we'll see loads and loads of Mods being released to make it more interesting.
Also, try replaying it on hardcore mode or as a different "style of class". Or both. That's always fun.
I wouldn't get your hopes up for any official expansions/boosters/sequels anytime soon.
Oh and of course, if you really want to get all the skills and so on - quite simply, use cheats. The game by itself is deliberatly made not to allow you to get all the skills so you have to choice your skills more carefully. By using the cheats you can give yourself hundreds or thousands of skillpoints to spend. Warning though, it will gradually slow down your game till it becomes unplayable if you have them all active. Just something I've noticed. Specifically if you have all the spells in your inventory and/or toolbar.
Cheats are fun at first, but than things go too easy and soon get boring, when you just walk around killing hordes with one punch (still more even in the normal game I sometimes felt I needed more enemies to kick the dust from) :) Thanks for advice, though :)