Thanks alot, should have thought to check there myself!Very first track was the main one i wanted! "amb_brzeg"I also looking for the credits music.Praise be to Adam Skorupa! He rivals Jeremy Soule's Oblivion score.Coelocanth said:You can probably find them in your Music folder (or one of the sub folders in the Music folder) in your game installation. They're in .ogg format, so you shouldn't have any trouble finding a player that will play them or converting them to another format.
Yeah on EE i only got booted once and it was half way through Shani's party when i was drunk, she always kicks you out if you're drunk. Every other time though it was "hello precious!" like some mad Golum.On original game i remember getting kicked out constantly for all sorts of little things, she was like the toughest part of the whole gamecandesco said:have discovered an other change. The grandma of Shani is alot friendlier now and i haven't even shown her the ring or something like that.Everytime i got into that house i am greeted by the grandma and she says "welcome, make yourself at home"
Well, you better keep that ring just in case.It happened to me twice in a row granny was greeting me and didn't kick me.When i entered for the third time granny wanted to have a cup and that i give her some company, leaving the option to give her some booze or let her see the ring.I choosed to let her see the ring and since then it was father geralt againPetraSilie said:You are lucky, that only happened to me once. All other approaches ended with a kick :-[ Since that I always purchased the ring and didn't make any experiments. Maybe I should dare to enter the granny fortress without the ring? :whatthe:
Why windowed mode, do you use crossfire or sli?Don't know about Vista problems, i played it all the way through on vista HP 64 without a single hitch.Burningwolf said:So far,(I've completed most of the avaliable side quests in the temple district of chapter two and im ready to tackle the swamp)Its a bittersweet love/hate relationship.Love,Cause the game is great,I gave up on the regular edition(localization was awful,thus the reason they needed a total rework.)Hate?Because im on Vista and trying to figure out how to get this beast to run longer than 35 min.It was fine untill I hit a couple hours into the temple district then...Well given the 3000000000000000 posts on Vista problems,you can tell what happened.Characters are well fleshed out(Normally I loathe being pigeon holed into a roll,in an rpg,but Big G I'm finding agreeable.)_________________________________________________________________________________________Yes,I have spent hours on the tech forums looking for ways to keep this monster running,Short of posting a full Direct x dialog,I have tried most of the options...got it set up to run in a window mode now.
A fair post.I strongly disagree with alot of your gripes, but the game is not without faults.Glad you are looking forward to the next game like the rest of usbadson said:I bought this game when it was initially released in the US and finally finished it. When I started playing I made it to chapter 2, but the dialog and exposition was so bad I could not go on with it. Then I read about the extended edition that would fix this so I just waited. Once the EE came out I started over and much of the game made more sense. Here is what I liked about the game: