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I had to install using "linux32 ankh2-blah-blah-demo.run" for it to properly install on my 64-bit machine, but still I couldn't get it to run (I can only get to the Deck13 screen, then all is black (or the Deck13 logo is flashing dimly in the background). All I could get from the logs was the afore mentioned problem with some CG programs (apparently)and even that was a bit scarce as the only error es something like "Compiler found an error" or something to that effect. When I get back home I'll post what it was exactly.
I actually have the full game. The problem is that for some odd reason, on my ATI x1600 mobility it works perfectly, always has. but on my 7800GT desktop it worked (albeit very slowly and with lots of glitches), but on my mom's NV 6600 (the original machine I got it for) the game had all of the mentioned issues. It would misbehave badly, if it worked at all.
I finally got it working by running the beta 177.13 drivers. (Those drivers seems to run considerably slower than any of the other drivers, but work perfectly with that game)
I don't know. I played the demo and it's left me in the cold. Technically, they did a good job, I think. The game though, isn't as I hope it would be.
It isn't a bad game but compared to some of the amazing adventure games around (and graphics in an adventure game aren't all that important really) it is lacking. As for the port if you compare it to LGP games it is lacking; although I am grateful for the linux versions.
Yeah, I understand that too. So, I think it's really going to cater to a group of people. I'm just not into these comedic stuff and cutsy adventure games. I hope they get better games soon. I'd love some more serious games on the plate.