Palog wrote:The camera control which is quite weird and complicate, you need use movement keys plus look keys and even the mouse combined with a key... when in NWN2 you just need use a mouse!!!
CrazyBernie wrote:Although I was pretty harsh on the game in my Tired, sick delirium, I stand by my initial assessment, especially after rolling a dwarf.
CrazyBernie wrote:Felt like I was playing LotR:Online all over again...
CrazyBernie wrote:However, I am liking the game a bit better with a fighter-type character so far. I rolled an elf the first time and wasn't liking the ranged combat as much as I do the close quarters fighting.
CrazyBernie wrote:I think I'm going to have to upgrade my initial score to 75ish
CrazyBernie wrote:If the demo showcased more of the robustness of the game, I think it would increase the appeal.
CrazyBernie wrote:Not seeing the problem here... I have no problems controlling the camera with just a mouse. Hold RMB down to move the camera, and scroll to zoom in/out.
CrazyBernie wrote:Some additional observations:
You can't pick a lock with a hairpin unless you assign it to a quickslot and use it from there.
CrazyBernie wrote:The stamina bar for weapon based combat adds to the MMO feel I was talking about.
CrazyBernie wrote:Having to click on a special ability and then click on the enemey is a bit annoying... it'd be nice if there was some sort of toggle to make it automatic.
CrazyBernie wrote:The party controls could use some tweaking though.
Rune_74 wrote:I gotta say some of you are very very tough on new games, and very forgiving of games you remember playing.
Saxon1974 wrote:Im not sure Im seeing much old school here, i guess the closest thing to that would be the amount of skills that you can develop, there are quite a few of those.
Saxon1974 wrote:It remains to be seen how usefull they are in the game. I did see one skill check used in dialog near the beginning of the game.
Saxon1974 wrote:So I do like the sheer amount of options of character customization.
Saxon1974 wrote:The game sure is pretty. I have a feeling this is going to be like most modern games, impressive and great looking for the first few hours then gets boring and shallow after more hours of play.
Saxon1974 wrote:So far the dialog is very average and I turned the voice overs off cuz I never seem to like them.
Saxon1974 wrote:Two big negatives so far......There are buildings in the first village, but you cant enter a single one of them. I hate that! Is it like this in the whole game?
Saxon1974 wrote:The other is quest arrows, what happened to the challenge in games? I hate being lead around on a leash.
Saxon1974 wrote:Seems very linear too.
Saxon1974 wrote:Hopefully it will at least be worth the 30$ I spent on the game.
CrazyBernie wrote:You can't pick a lock with a hairpin unless you assign it to a quickslot and use it from there.
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