Summoner games

For some reason I can't post comments- get no scroll bar when I click 'post comment' button, links seem to go dead, etc. Bleh, probably this craptastic Mac I'm stuck with at work.

Certis, I loved summoner 1- there was a depth of quality and originality in the story I thought pretty unique. Been debating picking up the sequel, since the new focus on action-rpg ellements made me nervous...if you played the first, how does this one stack up? Storywise, does the sequel carry on that 'epic without being a tolkien clone' thing very well?

I really think Summoner (1) is underrated, but then again, I'm probably the only human on this planet that thinks so.

Summoner is very subpar, it wasn''t horrible, but wasn''t very good.

Certis, I loved summoner 1- there was a depth of quality and originality in the story I thought pretty unique. Been debating picking up the sequel, since the new focus on action-rpg ellements made me nervous...if you played the first, how does this one stack up? Storywise, does the sequel carry on that ''epic without being a tolkien clone'' thing very well?

Summoner 2 is essentially like the original Summoner with a few tweaks here and there. Like I mentioned in my post, the plot isn''t quite as clear at first like the first game was but it all falls into place quickly enough.

The gameplay dynamics are very much similar to the orginal so if you liked that one you will probably like this one too.

I''ve noticed the forums can be a bit sketchy with a mac. I''ve also noticed that our layout looks completely different, and by different I mean crappy, with certain versions of Netscape. These are all problems we have no idea how to fix, but will struggle on just for you. Well, actually Certis will, but I''ll probably make some kind of snide comment about him along the way. It''s just how I help!

- Elysium

*chuckle* I''m sure it''s this damn Imac. Unfortunately, the building owner here is a card-carrying member of the Apple Legion, despite my repeated attempts to dissuade him. Before someone pulls out the blowtorch, I have nothin'' against the machines- I just don''t know diddly about them compared to PCs.

Oh, I understand you, I''ve worked with Mac Zealots in the past, and it''s very stressing. I, of course, have nothing against the machines. Except for the fact that THEY SUCK!

Try having a Mac zealot as the director of your IT department, when we run nothing but PCs. He even spent $3000 on a 22"" cinema display for his office, along with the converter so he could plug it in to his IBM. He also got a week after he told us there was no money for raises, but that''s another rant entirely.

Player haters.