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21.05.2013 @ 15:31Doesn't TW2 have native support for a controller? Or is that only for certain controllers (such as the Xbox 360 controller)?
20.05.2013 @ 12:39
Ysmirson said:I'm not a fan of godmodding. ›››
Have you played an FCR-modded version of TW1? Trust me, Flash is not one to make god mods.
18.05.2013 @ 10:42This is very cool, but I've no idea why someone who obviously cares about music chooses to make this in 128kpbs MP3-format. The MP3-format itself is alright (I'm not one of those who complains about it in itself), but the bitrate... :/
I've been very content with this unofficial and extended version of the soundtrack, so far (it feels very complete), but I'm also intrigued by your vision and the changes you have made, since you've made sure to pay attention to the chronological order of the tracks, for example, and that's a good thing. I also approve of the changes made to the titles.
17.05.2013 @ 20:29While there are many good soundtracks out there, there are not as many that also work outside the medium its being used for. Some music is simply brilliant in its context, but end up feeling a bit tame if you listen to it without the visuals that come along with it. That being said, there are some soundtracks that are amazing even if on listened to on their own. My favourite game soundtrack is without a doubt the one for Final Fantasy IX. It's a massive soundtrack (over 140 tracks, or 5 hours and 27 minutes of music - Nobuo Uematsu's magnum opus, I dare say) which manages to be near-flawless from beginning to end; every single track is a true joy to listen to it both in-game and otherwise. The Final Fantasy series has always had great music, but the ninth instalment is the only one that has a soundtrack without any bad or even somewhat mediocre moments to it. A true masterpiece, in my opinion.
- The Place I'll Return to Someday
- Vivi's Theme
- Jesters of the Moon
- The Village of Dali
- Hunter's Chance
- A Face Unforgotten
- Kuja's Theme
- Immoral Melody
- Eternal Harvest
- The Extraction
- Fossil Roo
- Black Mage Village
- We are Thieves
- Protecting My Devotion
- The Secret Library Daguerro
- Ipsen's Castle
- The Village Without Souls
- You are Not Alone
- Endless Sorrow
- Assault of the Silver Dragons
- The Dark Messenger
When we get to movie soundtracks or film scores, I also have an obvious winner among my favourites. The best film score I have ever heard belongs to The Fountain. Much like the visuals of the film itself, its soundtrack is unbelievably evocative and haunting. It was composed by Clint Mansell and performed by Mogwai and The Kronos Quartet - I can scarcely think of a more tantalizing collection of artistic minds.
- The Place I'll Return to Someday
17.05.2013 @ 16:27That's really weird. With no potions active and only the basic starting equipment equipped, there's no way your stats should be this high. It's not only the damage, but the resistances and critical effects as well, that look... wrong. I've never bothered checking my stats during the Prologue; maybe it's something CDPR added at some point in order to make it easier? Sounds unlikely. I'll have to take a look at this myself. I'll be back in a bit to tell you if the same thing happens to me.
Edit: No surprises there. I checked different difficulty levels (with focus on Dark) and different stages of the Prologue, but my stats remained the same throughout. Damage, armor value, resistances, critical effects... all of them were as they are supposed to be. I can't think of anything that has triggered what has happened to you, other than an errant mod somewhere. You only have cosmetic mods installed at the moment, but are you certain that you didn't - at some point - have other mods installed as well? There might be something left over that you've missed while uninstalling. If this is not the case... then I'm stumped. Maybe it's some rare(ish) glitch of some sort, that you've encountered. :/