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It’s time to become a brave caravan leader in an award-winning RPR mixed with strategy elements. Vagrus - The Riven Realms has just left its development stage on GOG.COM, and is now available 15% off until 12th October 2021, 1 PM UTC.

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To the wishlist is goes...
Nah, it was already wishlisted. Time to add the Centurion Edition to that same wishlist :)
And thank you, looking forward to play it :)
Looks interesting. Wishlisted.
This one has been waited for since the demo arrived to GOG. Now it leaves the development stage with a discount. Well done. I am getting this! :)
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Pretty steep price for what it is.
I felt that the battle system felt pretty underwhelming. I think it's the lack of "oomph" in that feeling.
high rated
I'm liking it, reminds me of d&d Dark Sun setting and also the two recent pathfinder games, and the old classic King of Dragon Pass. I think fans of those games/settings will like Vagrus but it's not for everyone, but if you like immersive detailed settings i think there's a lot to like here.
Here's another game I'd like to buy, but can't because GOG won't tell us why Hitman is considered "DRM Free".
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RedRagan: I felt that the battle system felt pretty underwhelming. I think it's the lack of "oomph" in that feeling.
I wonder whether they made many changes between the demo and the finished product.

Anyway, at least in the demo, combat is a part of the game, but the meat and potatoes is exploration on one hand, and conversations in the other.
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Crosmando: Pretty steep price for what it is.
If you consider it as a conversational game. Maybe... But it is mostly an exploration game that boasts a handcrafted world. Pretty interesting, actually, for its public.
Post edited October 07, 2021 by Carradice
Question: this has left the development stage but is it actually finished? I've been keeping an eye on it since playing the demo and I believe there is a main story to the game. If I were to buy it today would I be able to finish the story? (excepting any bugs)
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J_Darnley: Question: this has left the development stage but is it actually finished? I've been keeping an eye on it since playing the demo and I believe there is a main story to the game. If I were to buy it today would I be able to finish the story? (excepting any bugs)
From what I gathered following the news, since too playing the demo, :D -- there are several victory paths, that, yes, kinda allow you to say ''You achieved your ambition! You won!''. There will be updates, though. From the main page: ''Because the Riven Realms have been part of our lives in one form or another for 30 years, rest assured that we have no intention of abandoning the game now that 1.0 is out, of course. On the contrary, our plans involve improving mechanics, adding content, and creating DLCs if there is a demand.

https://vagrus.com/news/vagrus-the-riven-realms-is-out-now
Post edited October 07, 2021 by Atlo
Interest piqued. Game looks interesting. Wishlisted for now :D
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Vargas78: I'm liking it, reminds me of d&d Dark Sun setting and also the two recent pathfinder games, and the old classic King of Dragon Pass. I think fans of those games/settings will like Vagrus but it's not for everyone, but if you like immersive detailed settings i think there's a lot to like here.
Indeed. I love Dragon Pass and this game actually appeals to me. You hit a nail there!