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19 Feb 2010   #31

Windows 10 Pro

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Wishmaster View Post
The only issue I have with it is GFWL acts wierd. The cursor seems off a bit when choosing an option in GFWL.
Meaning, when I hit HOME it comes up and clicking on a choosen link thats highlighted all works as it should. but the cursor itself is at the very bottom or not quite touching the chosen link.

Any one else see this or just me?.
I've had those issues with Lost Planet and Fallout 3 as well. Never figured it out. I just make sure I'm logged into GFWL and never use it.

Glad to hear you got fallout 3, you'll really enjoy it. In fact I'm seriously thinking about doing another playthrough myself. Although I still have Dragon Age: Origins, which I've yet to play.

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19 Feb 2010   #32

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit

Must be something with the game that intefers with the GFWL UI. Oh well, no big issue really. just mildly annoying.

Oh, get going then DA:O is an excellent game!!
((One of the best games released this year IMHO)) especially if you like Bioware type RPGs, like KOTOR, Baldurs Gate series etc..

I absolutely loved it, and will likely play through it again before the expansion releases next month.
Depending how much time Fallout3 consumes

Great story & lots of replay value as well

I would highly recommend DA:O to anyone who likes RPGs.
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19 Feb 2010   #33

Windows 10 Pro

The problem is I really couldn't get through KOTOR

Fantasy RPG's aren't really my type of games, but curiousity got the better of me in purchasing DA:O; now I just need to play it to see if it's something I can get into. We'll see.

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