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22.06.2013 @ 00:41
Ám1_vf said:I doubt a crime system like say Skyrims would work for a witcher game since I don't see Geralt as the type to go around stealing from the market stalls, but maybe a faction reputation system causing the guards to try to arrest him if you choose to do something illegal to solve a quest might work better. ›››
Whether Geralt would or would not steal is irrelevant. The question is whether players would. And the answer is, yes.
ReptilePZ said:The Avatar doesn't have 7 books developing his character before the start of the games, which is why that is relevant. ›››
Instead you had multiple games and an entire in-game philosophy/religion he's the messiah of to develop your character.
Agent Blue said:By any measure, they are indeed artificial, especially in an open world context. We've had this discussion before.
Give the player more freedom but by all means let him deal with the consequences. These might range from a fine, going to prison or even more far reaching consequences such as failed quests. That'd be a good lesson.
I understand the dilemma. But the solution is not to rule out this or that action Geralt would not perform. Instead let the player deal with the consequences of behaving opposite of Geralt's moral compass. ›››
Geralt's moral compass is irrelevant; the player's moral compass becomes Geralt's moral compass. The world should simply work the way it works in real life as much as possible. You steal; actually steal, not pick up an item and put it back; but take it out of the shop or run away, and there should be consequences: that is the equivalent of the cops come after him... if they have the guts.
05.03.2013 @ 22:13The screenshots look beautiful; a little too beautiful. The contrast between the colors is huge, it's extremely colorful and all pops out, it gives it almost but not quite cartoony look. I hope they tone it down, closer in tone to the original Witcher; not necessarily all the way though.
06.02.2013 @ 01:18
Lil Kis said:Well I have every ingrendient except for eyes of a arachas
I killed the arachas and was going to pick up the eyes but a scene started up with that Elf Iorveth
now the monster dissappeared
where can I fight the monster again to get the eyes for this side quest?
At the end of the cut scene with Iorveth you can tell him something like "I have some other things to do first."
All the NPCs disappear then, and go off to their locations, allowing you to explore the clearing, including loot the Arachas, as well as find some other neat things around the area, including the silver sword of Kaer Marhen.
06.02.2013 @ 00:50Hmm, something in the GameInformer video was about Geralt being always grey-haired without player input.
I guess that means in the fourth Witcher we'll be able to create our own Witcher then?
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