Tell me, gnome, did I waste my money?

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specious_reasons
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Tell me, gnome, did I waste my money?

Post by specious_reasons »

KOTOR is on sale on Steam for $2.99. Will I get three dollar's value from this?
specious_reasons
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Re: Tell me, gnome, did I waste my money?

Post by specious_reasons »

For games that aren't offered for free, yes.

Just like I pay for music and movies. I know I'm totally crazy for wanting money to go to the producers of content I enjoy.
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Re: Tell me, gnome, did I waste my money?

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specious_reasons wrote:KOTOR is on sale on Steam for $2.99. Will I get three dollar's value from this?

I would say so. I replayed it a few times - light side, dark side, do everything stupid side, etc.
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Re: Tell me, gnome, did I waste my money?

Post by gnome »

Absolutely you will get your money's worth and then some.

Out of the box it is already a fantastic game. I can give you a list of mods that raise the bar even higher, but I am not sure about Steam version compatibility.

It may be someone will need to make Workshop versions of them. Perhaps I should learn how.
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Re: Tell me, gnome, did I waste my money?

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Update: Steam's version can accept the mods, but it is actually better to install them manually than futz around with the Workshop in this case. A lot of the mods were implemented there by people other than the developers, with unpredictable consequences. The mods work fine as long as you find the right path to put them in.