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As the title states.
Will you jump in and start quests straight away?
Will you admire the scenary and go exploring?
Get used to the controls and then start questing?
Read the manual and get used to the game?

Can;t think of any other ways atm.

I will get used to the controls, read up about different skills then go exploring to admire the beautiful world after an hour or so I'll do a few quests.

How about you?


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Always: read manual while installing, finish manual, get into game, play whatever way feels natural for the game. I'll have to see how it goes from there.

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I never read the manual of a game, I don't have enough patience. I just go in, look at the controls and try to make them as I want, and afterwards I just start playing.


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"How Will You Play Divinity 2:Ego Draconis?"

I'll most probably drool.
Heart attack or two also not excluded. aargh

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I probably wont play Divinity 2 if they don't release the game in English.

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There will be an Engrish version, it's just that American publisher is not yet announced. Or something like that..
Well, there is always an option to send a peasant army in Larian's cave to do some "investigation" and "persuasion".
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Originally Posted by Wishmaster
There will be an Engrish version, it's just that American publisher is not yet announced. Or something like that..
Well, there is always an option to send a peasant army in Larian's cave to do some "investigation" and "persuasion".
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Originally Posted by sh0k3r
I never read the manual of a game, I don't have enough patience. I just go in, look at the controls and try to make them as I want, and afterwards I just start playing.


Are you one of those players who ask questions on things that are in the manual? If so, I offer a preemptive slaying. rpg005

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I won't have the patience to read the manual, so, FIRST I'll rush into playing the game and maybe lose a lot of time in the character creation, THEN, once I played a lot already, I'll finally enjoy the manual. :P



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Originally Posted by Equisilus
Originally Posted by sh0k3r
I never read the manual of a game, I don't have enough patience. I just go in, look at the controls and try to make them as I want, and afterwards I just start playing.


Are you one of those players who ask questions on things that are in the manual? If so, I offer a preemptive slaying. rpg005



Neah...I just ask question when I reach a bug.


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Originally Posted by js123
I probably wont play Divinity 2 if they don't release the game in English.


Who ever told you they weren't planning to release the game in English? That's just silly.

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Nobody told him that.
He just keeps assuming that read his other posts they basically all say that.


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I tend to start playing, wander around for a while seeing what's what and then read the manual later. I always learn best by doing and the manual makes more sense to me if I can relate it to what I've done.

I never waste time admiring the scenery, however pretty it is. I play games to DO stuff, not watch it.

Whether I'll start off by talking or hacking depends on how the game starts. I'm happy with either.



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