|DeciusBrutus Goblinworks Executive Founder|
Bluddwolf wrote:I do hope that turns out to be a good game, but sadly the suggestion isn't much use to those of us who would like to actually play a game using in the pathfinder ruleset and set in Golarion.Berselius wrote:And hopefully one day we'll also get a single player Pathfinder RPG PC game that allows you to build a party of four (and also gain NPC Cohorts if you take the Leadership feat like in Storm of Zehir).You have Sword Coast Legends (based on D&D 5E) to do that.
To use the OGL rules in a video game requires the permission of WOTC. That's not going to happen.
Plus the same things that make a rules system good for tabletop make it bad for a computer game. Contrast TOEE (Troika 2003) with Pillars of Eternity; using a fine-grained system designed for computer use makes everything better (rather than the NWN approach, witch required that many creatures be arbitrarily immune to many types of effects for balance reasons.