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excellent news and great game to remaster.

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Unplayable mess that copied RE7 and added a dog. A 5 is generous, props to the reviewer for honesty...hopefully more of that in the future.

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Wait....is the $330 for the first part of the game? Or is it for the full game? This actually makes a difference if I am going to purchase it or not.

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@izraal: I appreciate your well thought out reply, and I am sorry if there was confusion in my original post on the topic. PS: I remember exactly which encounter you're referring to in BG 2 ;)

The Pathfinder game has come a long way though - I haven't tried it again in several months but I know there are plenty of difficulty adjustments to make it playable now.

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@izraal: This is an old thread, but your point is well taken. That wasn't the point I was going for though, it was the difficulty that was the root of my comment. I don't know one GM in all the years of table top D&D that would create a scenario that requires 20 rolls every turn of an entire campaign to make progress. That was the situation with this pathfinder game when it first came out. Many patches and bug fixes later, it's an improved game but still not optimized. They basically "fixed" it by making the player simultaneously be the GM and switch difficulty sliders on the fly if they chose to.

In the other games you mentioned such as NWN or TOEE, or even Baldur's Gate, I don't remember scenarios that required perfect rolls on every turn unless you were on the hardest difficulty and were looking for that situation purposefully toward end game.

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It's a great game, this is why people still love it despite its "glaring issues". The problem is that Gamespot had a SJW maniac review the game and completely embarrass herself in the process. Glad she got called out on it. The developer deserve a hats off to also addressing the bugs and adding free DLC post release.

TL;DR: Keep SJW reviews out of zombie games.

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If this game deserves a 9, it's time for me to move on from video gaming.

A 9 for unoptimized graphics/performance, huge grind for cosmetics, and always online requirement. Welcome to gaming in 2019.

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