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This meant that the team was still making changes to the script the week of Divinity: Original Sin 2's release. Out of the nine writers that Larian brought on to the project, only a few had experience writing dialogue trees.
The rest were classical writers or TV writers. This brought a different flavor to Divinity: Original Sin 2, but it meant that Larian had to spend a lot of time training the writers to the point where they could handle complex dialogue trees.
And then the writers broke all the flags and conditions, and the scripters would complain There was a bit of stress," Vincke said. Timezones were a huge problem. Larian Studios initially decided to develop every act in parallel, with each studio being responsible for a single act. But a huge bottleneck soon developed as Vincke struggled to review dialogue coming in from Ghent while he was in Quebec. Ultimately, Larian shifted its resources to developing one act at a time, which Vincke says "saved the project.
Larian Studios contracted out several voice recording studios and setup an automated pipeline to account for the roughly , lines of dialogue that needed to be recorded.
By July, Vincke was making an emergency call to the contractors to tell them that the script had ballooned to more than a million words. Larian hadn't accounted for all the alternative dialogue that still needed to be added to fully flesh out the quests, which resulted in a massively expanded word count. With changes coming in constantly, QA was quickly overwhelmed.
Worse, Divinity: Original Sin 2 was incredibly long, with a single run taking up to two weeks to complete. Ultimately, automation saved much of the project, but journal bugs meant that one reviewer gave Divinity: Original Sin 2 a 7 out of 10, dragging it from a 94 on Metacritic to a It was only one point ultimately, but for Vincke, it was a deduction that didn't need to happen. Original Sin 2's massive word count caught up with it at launch when Larian failed to finish the Russian localization on time.
This resulted in Divinity: Original Sin 2 being review bombed by angry Russians, driving its Steam approval rating down from 96 percent to 70 percent. The team found itself doing damage control on Twitch and elsewhere, finally releasing a beta version of the translation to appease Russian players. All in all, it was a rough development cycle for Larian Studios.
But it all worked out in the end. Original Sin 2 received critical acclaim when it was released , including a perfect score from USG. Vincke called making a hour game in two years a "huge accomplishment by the team.
Visit our sponsor Spelautomater. Sun 7 April Colony Ship Update Random tidbits from the front: We're feature-complete for the demo as of 2 weeks ago. In plain English it means that all the systems character, inventory, combat, gadgets, dialogue, trading, etc are done and working well other than the stealth system which we won't need for the demo.
Right now we're bug-fixing and tweaking things. For example, what happens when a bullet misses the target by an inch you see the bullets flying but hits the energy shield?
It's a minor thing but there are lots of them. Enemy's shields didn't shut down when they were killed, fixed it too. Things like that. Ivan, our animator who also handles armor, got very ill and spent the last 10 days in a hospital.
He's recovering now. We hope to finish armor needed for the demo by the end of the month. By armor I mean all wearable items: At items per category that's quite a lot, but once it's done we won't have to worry about it and would be able to focus on building content.
It's not just the animations but setting up the blueprints Unreal 4 thing and fixing problems like a character in cover standing up to fire a one-handed SMG even though we have a proper animation for that. We have a lot of necessary changes planned already, but we can do during the beta test as so far it's a low priority item.
Fri 5 April Copper Dreams Kickstarter Update Alpha Progress Report. The Life of the Party Our intention was always to remove the idea of Hit Points and replace them with wounds that individually reduce stats of a character.
Getting that into a simple system that both feels organic during gameplay, and allows players to reasonably survive and enemies to be killed in predictable ways has been a challenge. With the newest tweaks in the last month of alpha testing, we think we've found a solution. Characters accrue wounds specific to body parts. Different damage rolls do 3 tiers of wounds — lesser, greater, and mortal.
In the alpha, we've introduced the SHOCK stat to make sure they all work together nicely, which acts sort of like a negative armor modifier. Light wounds still just deter some stat points somewhere on your character, respective of body part.
If a character's torso or head is destroyed, they're dead. So that's easy enough — destroying legs make enemies unable to move, arms reducing any ability to fight, and the vital parts are the torso and head or non-humanoid equivalent, for you to find out.
Every SHOCK point a character has, regardless of what body part it was on, adds those points to any incoming damage rolls. This would allow rolls to be either more potent within their tier or jump from light to medium, or up to Mortal.
This allows a few gameplay features we struggled to design for with previous iterations: Characters can be 1-hit killed. As we mention below, you can now automatically aim for body parts with any action, so you can always have some agency on what you're going for.
Bringing the Pain The wounds your players accrue are now visibly seen on their person.
Giant nails, gore blobs, embers, bone fragments — the locational damage of the wounds you get can be seen appropriately on your characters body parts. Now those blood decals or arrows that stick into characters have some actual importance — check out enemy damage locations to see what to focus on or what's currently damaged. Thu 4 April Happiness is Mandatory. In a show of benevolence, Friend Computer has declared that it is authorising BIGBEN to be part of a project that will make life more perfect for you and your fellow citizens!
The company has just joined the ranks of willing servants of Friend Computer alongside Cyanide and Black Shamrock, and together they are announcing the development of Paranoia: Happiness is Mandatory: If you are reading this, Citizen, then you are a person Friend Computer officially trusts. In fact, you must be one of its favourites. And it wants to show you how much it cares — by officially appointing you Troubleshooter with Red clearance!
Your mission is to unearth traitors of Alpha Complex and to neutralise them. Friend Computer will definitely maybe reward you for your loyalty! Stay alert! Trust no one! Keep your laser handy because Alpha Complex is not an entirely safe place, despite Friend Computer's unquestionable kindness.
During your missions, you will be tasked with fighting Terrorists, treasonous Mutants and Secret Societies. You must deceive and scheme to survive because even members of your own team can be a threat!
Be warned, you are constantly being watched and it may be proved necessary to terminate you without notice at any moment. But don't worry! If that happens, at least you have clones available to try your luck again.
Just don't expect the new clone to be completely the same as the original Despite everything you've just heard, be assured that Alpha Complex is and always will be a utopia.
Thanks to Friend Computer, you will be happy every day. What's that look?
Do I detect some doubt? Are you happy, Citizen? Be warned, not agreeing with Friend Computer is tantamount to treason, and treasonous actions are punishable by death The game will be released on PC and consoles in , when Friend Computer feels like it.
Sun 31 March Fri 29 March The Stolen Sun Released. Thu 28 March Disco Elysium. In , the Codex was visited by a delegation of strange Estonians. They cold-called our resident newsbot to promise what they called a "story-driven isometric role playing game about being a total failure". Since then, Prime Junta previewed the game in , describing it as a 'work of art in progress'. The filthy Codexer had neither money nor doritos to procure a GDC pass, and instead cavorted with them in a hipster cafe.
What follows are a bunch of personal impressions from a sub-hour hands-on playthrough, and some chatting with the devs.
I don't know, but usually I know it when I see it. There's a familiar pattern that we all recline on: Disco Elysium, from that perspective, is an odd one. The game constantly feels like both something you've played and loved before, and something you've never played before. In the first five minutes, I thought I was going to say Disco Elysium feels like an adventure game.
There's a point-and-click system in place, and an attention to detail in your environment that's the hallmark of the genre.
But then, your physiology starts to talk to you. Electrochemistry wants you to smoke, or at least to think about smoking. How you respond helps shape your character. There are 'thoughts' you can pick up as a result of your decisions, which in turn define future options more on this later. There's even highly customised, pseudo-turn based combat sequences more on this later too , though I didn't get far enough to see one myself.
It quickly lays on gameplay elements that feel clearly RPG-ish in spirit, but often distinct from the kinds of systems we are used to seeing. At the same time, this is a game that knows exactly what it is and what it isn't, and it's a game that has gone through a great deal of iteration.
There aren't any half-baked systems that are included just because we expect them from RPGs; every piece of the game works together in a natural way, to communicate to the player what kind of world they are in. Within 5 minutes, I understood what I was: Within half an hour, I birthed the grand ambition for the playthrough: There's no combat system to provide variety in terms of party-building or tactical encounters, so the extent to which you can shape your character through dialogue, thoughts, interactions, is really the meat of the gameplay.
In my sub-hour playthrough, Herr Hobocop struggled to get dressed and partially failed , got insulted by almost every NPC he met, and nearly mutilated a corpse trying to steal its belongings. The real question, then, is how much those bumbling interactions are going to remain fresh and consequential. They're not particularly worried about making sure every player gets to see all the content, or that every option is similarly rewarding. I'm told that depending on your skills and choices, you might get to, say, a cafe, and see very different interaction possibilities; and if your particular guy can't even start a conversation with the barista, that's just how it goes.
Two design decisions, to me, indicate that their heart is in the right place. Though some catastrophic failures lead to game over, many others are par for the course, and update the state of the world in interesting ways. Second, choices are partly limited and irreversible. Interaction options are classified as white or red.
From my sub-hour hands-on, there's no way to tell how successful they'll actually be at this, but at least they understand the nature of the problem. And yes, they've heard of Age of Decadence. Developed as a co-production with Danish studio Logic Artists , Divinity: Fallen Heroes is a new standalone game in the Divinity: Original Sin 2 universe.
Fallen Heroes marries rich tactical gameplay with RPG choices and consequences, and introduces a wealth of new features and mechanics to the D: OS 2 engine.
It will be released on multiple platforms later in the year. Delve deeper into the world of Rivellon as you command your troops aboard the Lady Vengeance. Explore new lands and wield new weapons and skills. Build your squad and vanquish never-before seen corners of Rivellon.
Fallen Heroes features two player cooperative play as well as a single player mode. A new threat looms over Rivellon.
Lead aboard the Lady Vengeance and enlist the help of new and existing heroes. Aboard the Lady Vengeance, manage your crew through diplomacy. Your choices affect everything.
Lose faith and you lose heroes. Rally your troops, and you restore hope. Vanquish the deserts of the Lizard Empire and the snowy climate of the Dwarven Kingdom.
Master a revised combat system and take on over 60 missions with narrative objectives where your decisions greatly affect the story. Gunpower comes to Divinity. Oil, Fire, Ice, Water and Poison surfaces are joined by the new Sulfurium surface, affecting hero positioning on the battlefield. Play with mysterious hero character Malady for the first time in a Divinity game, as well as an all-new character.
Or take control of the famous Godwoken. Decide which technology to research and what artefacts to obtain to give your troops that extra oomph. Simultaneous Co-op Gameplay allowing you to take turns and combine abilities at the same time.
Unlock devastating source powers for your flying battleship, The Lady Vengeance, that will turn the tide of battle. Recruit unique veteran troops , but be careful: Optional objectives and challenges will push your tactical acumen to its limits.
An early version of Divinity: Hands-on for press can be organised. Wed 27 March Tue 26 March Troika co-founder Jason Anderson has re- joined inXile. Fri 22 March The Digital Antiquarian on Darklands. Stealey took a hands-off approach to all projects apart from his beloved flight simulators, allowing his people to freelance their way through them. For all the drawbacks of rigid hierarchies and strict methodologies, the Darklands project could have used an injection of exactly those things.
It was plagued by poor communication and outright confusion from beginning to end, as Arnold Hendrick and his colleagues improvised like mad in the process of making a game that was like nothing any of them had ever tried to make before. For some months at the beginning of the project, he believed he was making essentially a real-time fighting game; while that was in fact some of what Darklands was about, it was far from the sum total of the experience.
Stealey, finding life unpleasant in a merged company where he was no longer top dog, quit six months later. You have to be known for something. We were known for two things [military simulators and grand-strategy games], but we tried to do more.
Paizo Publishing, LLC. Artwork from NPC Codex. It's happened to every Game Master. You spend hours setting up the perfect encounter, your players are out for blood, the swords are drawn—and then you realize that you've forgotten to build statistics for the enemy characters.
Or perhaps your players go left when you expect them to go right, leaving you without any encounters prepared. Statistics for more than characters, including at least one for every level of every class in the Pathfinder RPG Core Rulebook. Tactical suggestions for every character, ensuring that you get the most out of each individual's gear and abilities in a fight.
Tons of flavorful names and backgrounds to give characters personality, plus ideas for using them in both combat and roleplaying situations. Statistics for characters with lower-powered NPC classes to help populate your world with ordinary people, as well as characters with specialized prestige classes. Animal companion statistics for druids and rangers , from level 1 through level