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Haunter

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Haunter last won the day on October 23 2014

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About Haunter

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    Adept
  • Birthday 03/18/1992

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    Denver, Colorado

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  1. Until Dreamtime is published? I understand wanting to reward those who've been with you since the beginning but why that route?
  2. Finally got the bump through myself
  3. Time Warps and Tim Curry confirmed for Witanlore
  4. Just a question If we chose the ADEPT level, does that mean we get to create an NPC for Dreamtime? or did we miss the boat on that?
  5. I love games that put immersion first and foremost, hell that's what grabbed me about Edge of Twilight. But I still feel like SOME sense of direction is needed. Take Risen 2 for example, I got lost the second the game drops you on the island. Every creature kills me. I'm not sure where anything is. I'm just completely dumbfounded. Some games can do pacing, open-exploration and story well all at once. Like Oblivion, Skyrim and Divinity II. Something to keep in mind. Sorry if I rambled a bit there.
  6. I'm loving the variety of locations yet still having that same "feel". In some games whenever it changes areas or locations it feels like a different universe, or even a different game. If these concept art are pieces to go by, then it's comforting to know that they got a unified universe that's able to as broad and interesting as say, The Elder Scrolls series. I also have to give props to the team for creating "animal-like" creatures without them going into needless furry/anime tropes (not bashing if you're into that), it's actually quite refreshing to see that handled in a mature game.
  7. Hello everyone! My name is Hunter and I've been reviewing games (un)professionally for the last 5 years now. I interviewed this team twice and they've always been a favorite around the gaming staffs I've worked with. I guess I've been in love with RPGs since I was really young, I started out on some pretty bad stuff (Quest 64 used to be my favorite game believe it or not!), but over time I found appreciation for RPG games like The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind, Planescape: Torment, Knights of the Old Republic and waaaaay too many JRPGs to count. My favorite games include: Silent Hill 2, Star Fox 64, Dragon Age: Origins, Bayonetta and Banjo-Kazooie. I love long walks on the beach, a nice cup of coffee and fine pizza.