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Laurrrr
09-26-2010, 01:36 AM
- the game will be released in Russia and Benelux this year.

-Benelux version will include English language?!

-Yes.

-VO, text and subtitles, or just VO?\

-Completely in English
http://forum.dtp-entertainment.com/viewtopic.php?f=223&t=16889


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-NeygcTp3Wc&feature=player_embedded

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NTEpprylp2U&feature=player_embedded

System requirements:

http://forum.dtp-entertainment.com/v...151795#p151795

Die Drakensang: Am Fluss der Zeit-Systemanforderungen

by dtp Betty on 02.12.2009, 15:13:51
Minimale Systemanforderungen

Pentium® 4 2,8 GHz oder vergleichbare CPU
RAM: 1 GB für Windows® XP, 2 GB für Vista / Windows® 7
NVIDIA 6800GT mit 256 MB RAM oder vergleichbare Grafikkarte
Windows XP mit Service Pack 3, Vista oder Windows® 7
DVD-ROM Laufwerk
DirectX®9c kompatible Soundkarte
7 GB freier Festplattenspeicherplatz

Empfohlene Systemanforderungen

Intel® Core™ 2 Duo E6750 2,66 GHz oder vergleichbare CPU
RAM: 3 GB
NVIDIA 8800GT mit 512 MB RAM oder vergleichbare Grafikkarte
Windows XP mit Service Pack 3, Vista oder Windows® 7
DVD-ROM Laufwerk
DirectX®9c kompatible Soundkarte
7 GB freier Festplattenspeicherplatz

Demo (http://forum.dtp-entertainment.com/viewtopic.php?f=195&t=14647)

http://rapidshare.com/files/368054855/locale.db4

newest translation for the demo

Deathshadow
09-26-2010, 05:03 AM
So Drakensang is back !! I will get this game ( and many others ) when I get my new pc . I was able to run Drakensang the dark eye , but I am not that sure about this .

Laurrrr
09-26-2010, 05:15 AM
Try the demo and tell your opinion.Oh and i hope you know German language.

Deathshadow
09-26-2010, 07:32 AM
Yes I don't :D . But anyhow I'll wait for the english version . So far by the trailer not much has changed

sbach2o
10-05-2010, 11:49 AM
So Drakensang is back !! I will get this game ( and many others ) when I get my new pc . I was able to run Drakensang the dark eye , but I am not that sure about this .

The system requirements are slightly higher than in the first Drakensang.

The Demo, as suggested by Laurrrr, spans the graphically most demanding area of the game and should give a very good idea about the worst to expect. Actually, the game designers packed too much stuff into that area, and framerates go down quite a bit in that main city (Nadoret) compared to any other place in the game. It is noticeable even on pretty good machines. My pretty old computer (P4 2.6 GHz, single core processor is the bottleneck) plays that particular area just so, but since Drakensang is at its core a turn-based affair, I could bear it.

Some outstanding changes:

There are just some slight tweaks to the engine. They've introduced a system of waypoints usable for quick travel around a map. The back and forth for quests is a bit lessened.

The level cap, or rather reachable maximum level, is much lower in this game, because there aren't any normal, respawning monsters that would still give experience beyond level 10. There's gameplay enough to be had, probably a bit less than in Drakensang 1, though. My guess is, the developer wanted to leave room for expansions. There probably won't come anything beyond the recently released 'Phileassons Geheimnis' (good luck on seeing an English version of this) which is regarded dissappointingly short by practically everyone.

There are fewer characters to choose from than in Drakensang 1. You have an either-or choice between two of them early (end of the demo). For about half of the game you'd be restricted to four characters, just a full party, finally one more will join.

Several quests are less linear than we were used from Drakensang 1. There are sometimes mutually exclusive paths to get through.