Speaking of must-buys

Pillars of Eternity looks ok I guess…

:mind blown:

If only 1 out of 10 Kickstarters produces a game, but that game is PoE-level, then Kickstarter is worth every single dollar spent/donated.

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Former hardcore raider turned casual gamer.
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10 Responses to Speaking of must-buys

  1. zaphod6502 says:

    I’ve been playing it for a couple of months now. It is something special. Didi you buy into this Kickstarter?

  2. tithian says:

    Torment is also looking pretty good, they are doing a good job on keeping the vibe of the original

  3. sleepysam says:

    s/one give me a paragraph – can’t watch 1 hour video at work.

  4. Yeah, I was in for the minimum “send me a Steam code when it is done” level. I really don’t care about beta. Just got a note that I should get my code in a few weeks.

  5. anon says:

    SynCaine, PoE can either mean Pillars of Eternity or Path of Exile, context is key. Assuming you meant the former, I also backed. Very pleased with what I have seen so far.

    • SynCaine says:

      Forgot about Path of Exile (that was a kickstarter?), but considering how Path came out (and continues to come along), and with Pillars looking as awesome as it looks, I guess saying I want more PoE-level games from Kickstarter is a win/win right/right situation?

  6. cirdanx says:

    Yes! So looking forward to it, i hope its not broken and full of bugs, thats my biggest concern. (it´s a really big game after all)

  7. kalex716 says:

    I saw a nice demo from a panel at PAX from these guys.

    Looks as robust as anyone should expect. I like how alot of the dynamic stuff that happens during the story box sequences are based off all kinds of calls to your parties stats.

    I hate how in alot of games, only the cool, unique, interesting options open up if you “max” an otherwise useless stat like “speechcraft”. That won’t be the case in Pillars.

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