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Hi Lynn, Lar and the rest of the team

I've got a question concerning the screenshots. There seems to be mostly mid-day (high-noon) lighting and the environment always looks like a withered place during a hot summer. Will there be different kind of landscape environments and different kinds of lighting in the game (e.g. early evening lighting which gives a great contrast) or will there be a dynamic day/night rythm?

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Who cares about hair when you have blue eyes like that ? *faints*

I am happy to finally see what Larian was dooing all these years and I am looking forward to the day I can play it .

Greetings

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Oh, its been a long while since I've seen you in here... welcome back wink

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Originally Posted by Conflux
Hi Lynn, Lar and the rest of the team

I've got a question concerning the screenshots. There seems to be mostly mid-day (high-noon) lighting and the environment always looks like a withered place during a hot summer. Will there be different kind of landscape environments and different kinds of lighting in the game (e.g. early evening lighting which gives a great contrast) or will there be a dynamic day/night rythm?


Yes, there will be different "lights". The current issue of the German PC Games has screenshots of that.

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On TV ? wink

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Aha... erlebnis? We're doing free association, right? smile

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*ahem* i, euh, ... seem to have missed the video ... yesterday *cough*
but don't tell anyone !
like some other individuals, i was a bit occupied by the screenshots smile

so ...

awesome video! grin
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Originally Posted by Macbeth
Aha... erlebnis? We're doing free association, right? smile


No, this was a refer to "The sun always shines on TV" by the music band called "A-Ha". wink

You might know them by their classic "Take on me". wink They also did the title song for the James Bond movie "The living daylights".



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Originally Posted by Macbeth
I knew, I knew, I was just horsing around! horsey


Macbeth,

Did you steel that horse from Richard The Third?! silly


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Originally Posted by Macbeth
I knew, I knew, I was just horsing around! horsey


Macbeth,

Did you steel that horse from Richard The Third?! silly

Yes, that's why he shouted "A horse! a horse! my kingdom for a horse!"


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Pictures! Articles! Lynn and Lar posting again!

Looks amazing guys, can't wait to get it on day 1.

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Man these screenshots look amazing! The game looks amazing! I cannot wait to play it! Which leads me to my question. Can I assume that because there is english text in that one screenshot, that we here in North America will be getting it the same time as europe? Q2 2009? Or was that just something for the demo that the journalist played. Either way, keep up the good work guys. It certainly looks like it has payed off.

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I just hope my PC will be able to handle this stuff. wink


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Yeah I know Alrik. But I am buying a new computer soon for spore an gta 4. I am thinking a 280gtx or a 4870 X2 will tame that beast. Wonder if wine will be able to handle it. I also notices some European flowers in the game and the water is magnificent although I expect some murky water in the sewers :p .


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The screens are amazing, I hope this is gone be a great game. Can't wait to see more !


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Originally Posted by Macbeth
Aha... erlebnis? We're doing free association, right? smile

No, no, no, back to topic! => divII


Sorry, Mr. Shakespeare - just one more, ok? wave


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Originally Posted by Polgara
Who cares about hair when you have blue eyes like that ? *faints*

I am happy to finally see what Larian was dooing all these years and I am looking forward to the day I can play it .

Greetings

Pol


Beautiful Polgara is revisiting!
That´s even greater news than those about Divinity2! birthdayjump
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Nice to have you back `round here again, Pol! up wave


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P.S.: Hope this didn´t hurt your feelings, Mac, one of the oh-so-many-fathers of Div2??!
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Right, the video looks awesome.

Btw, in Divine Divinity, your character could sleep with both genders in the brothel. Will this game be pushing beyond that: allowing your character to choose his sexual identity? (Not just sex but social interaction)

(Edit: I'd love to see some system reqs being posted, somewhere in the future when you've got those down pat.)

P.S. I'm assuming that there's only a male main character, right? smile

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