Before someone strangles me, I get it. I really do. This is a game about micro-management. It is a classic RPG. It is a spirtual successor to Baldurs Gate 2. It is a game throwing us back to a time where developers/publishers or whoeever didn't see you as a drunken monkey that need their hand held every step. That alone is refreshing and why I'm trying to endure my frustrations with the combat system. I played Baldur's Gate 2 back in the day for 200 hours, I'm getting it.
Right now though, I feel the game lacks any kind of AI and the absence of an action queue is slightly maddening. I want