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No man's island.

Seven: The Days Long Gone is now available, DRM-free on GOG.com with a 10% launch discount until December 8, 8AM UTC.
Dive into an isometric open-world RPG where you can stealth or fight your way through as the talented master thief Teriel. Roam freely across the vast prison island of Peh using guile and manipulation to decide the fate of its inhabitants but be careful: your actions might eventually s(t)eal your own fate.

Go for the Digital Collector's Edition to get the Art book, a digital map of Peh, the Soundtrack, and a Guide book.

Watch the trailer.
Post edited December 01, 2017 by maladr0Id
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ciemnogrodzianin: Looks absolutely amazing - and it's crpg! But ^ this... There is no hope for me.
I'd rather stay with my Pool of Radiance.
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UhuruNUru: Well those are pretty low specs these days, so if you can't even cope with them, I feel for you.

I know how much it sucks to be on outdated hardware
Bought a Pentium 4 OEM as my first PC in 2005, just as gaming switched to dual core.
It was still a PC, and I got online soon after, plenty of old games I could play, but no GOG back then, so pirated those I could play.

Took me 8 years to save enough to go to very best PC hardware at start of 2013,
Never pirated another game after I could actually buy, and play them new, then discovered GOG on Dec 14, 2013
Around 300 GOG games now, and I will never have to worry if I can play, any below ultra again
Upgraded to an EVGA GTX1080 FTW2 this year, but the i7 3770K 3.5GHz (4.6Ghz OC) I got in 2013 is still pulling it's weight.

Not letting myself get outdated again.
Well my "new" PC's are most the time 2 years outdated, sometimes more and i never buy a new one.
I could buy a new one every 3years but most likly it's only a waste of money.
Did it once and half of the new shiny top art stuff did not work, the first three month 8 of 10 days it was back at the shop to do repairs/-Comp.-changes, then i could not use it because it needed some replacement part for 400,-...
Noadays the hardware evolves very fast but often the stuff is only at alpha or beta-state, like many games.
Better to by something that was topart 2 years ago but has gold-state now, it's faily cheap (much cheaper then buying a new one) and you know what you get. You might miss some new AAA-titles but hey...they will be still there in 2 years, costing only 10-20 instead of 50+bucks.
Post edited December 03, 2017 by DF1871
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ciemnogrodzianin: Looks absolutely amazing - and it's crpg! But ^ this... There is no hope for me.
I'd rather stay with my Pool of Radiance.
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UhuruNUru: Well those are pretty low specs these days, so if you can't even cope with them, I feel for you.

I know how much it sucks to be on outdated hardware
Bought a Pentium 4 OEM as my first PC in 2005, just as gaming switched to dual core.
It was still a PC, and I got online soon after, plenty of old games I could play, but no GOG back then, so pirated those I could play.

Took me 8 years to save enough to go to very best PC hardware at start of 2013,
Never pirated another game after I could actually buy, and play them new, then discovered GOG on Dec 14, 2013
Around 300 GOG games now, and I will never have to worry if I can play, any below ultra again
Upgraded to an EVGA GTX1080 FTW2 this year, but the i7 3770K 3.5GHz (4.6Ghz OC) I got in 2013 is still pulling it's weight.

Not letting myself get outdated again.
Nice to have the option not to be outdated, thinking in purely personal gratification terms. But on a bigger scale, terribly wasteful.

But heh, this PC was probably the weakest I had compared to the norm at the time of purchase, or weakest after the first, but at the time having a computer here was quite unusual in itself, just a few years after the Revolution, and I was little too, so it seemed amazing either way.

System history:

Only console: A NES clone, possibly a Dendy?

PCs:
- Odd one out (was it '91? or we already had the computer but with parents mostly using it this was for me for a while? may have been '91, not sure): ZX Spectrum clone (Cobra) with 48k memory
- 1992: 386 SX 16 MHz, 512 kb probably Trident video card, 2 Mb RAM and I think 120 Mb HDD. Some chance it may have just been 80 Mb.
- 1994: 486 DX2 66 MHz, same video card as above, 4 Mb RAM later upgraded to 8 Mb, 540 Mb HDD.
- 1998: Pentium II 266 MHz, S3 Virge 4 Mb, 32 Mb SDR 66 MHz RAM later upgraded to 64 Mb, 3.2 Gb HDD with a 20 Gb one added I think in late 2001.
- 2002: Pentium 4A 2 GHz, GeForce 2 Ti 64 Mb, 512 Mb DDR RAM which in 2006 went down to 256 Mb as one module failed, the 20 Gb HDD mentioned above replaced with a 160 Gb one I think at the start of 2005.
- 2008: Core 2 Duo E8400 3 GHz dual-core, initially GeForce 8400 256 Mb upgraded to GeForce GTS 250 1 Gb in 2009, 2 Gb DDR2 1066 MHz 5-5-5-15 RAM, initially 500 Gb HDD replaced with a 250 Gb 10000 rpm one in early 2013 (a 500 Gb remained as backup, as the plan was 240 Gb SSD + 250 Gb HDD as main, but the SSD hasn't happened even now).
- 2015: Pentium G3440 3.3 GHz dual-core, just using the integrated graphics, 4 Gb DDR3 1600 MHz 9-9-9-24 RAM, same HDDs as the upgraded configuration above but OS at the moment on the 500 Gb one.

As you can see, increasing amount of time between builds, drawing as much as I can out of each, but they were also getting closer to current-level performance at the time of purchase as time went on, then this one fell back again in 2015. Ah well. The game with the highest requirements played on it was Tropico 4 (and Gone Home if you count it a game - didn't care about the sluggishness in that one so dialed it up and let it stay at low fps).
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Themken: The trailer reminds me of another game I know is sold here on GOG as well, which name now eludes me. Looks like good stuff :-)
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drealmer7: Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun, I'd guess
Anybody who tried both knows if this one is anything like Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun? That one is a great one and it would be nice to try something similar (or different but also good).
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drealmer7: Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun, I'd guess
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Carradice: Anybody who tried both knows if this one is anything like Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun? That one is a great one and it would be nice to try something similar (or different but also good).
They're not similar except ,maybe the isometric perspective. In Shadow Tactics you controll several characters through missions, in Seven only one. Seven is closer to an isometric Thief or Dishonored. :)
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Carradice: Anybody who tried both knows if this one is anything like Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun? That one is a great one and it would be nice to try something similar (or different but also good).
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ChristosG: They're not similar except ,maybe the isometric perspective. In Shadow Tactics you controll several characters through missions, in Seven only one. Seven is closer to an isometric Thief or Dishonored. :)
Thanks, pal! This does not sound bad at all!