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Troy4747

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  1. I'm afraid you missed the point of this discussion. They all work and put energy into their product because it will bring them money and they most likely enjoy doing it as well. Good for them. What more should I do? paying the money as a customer is not good enough according to you? Should I send them a letter? Should I beta test it? What is enough for a customer to do? They advertise the game as a finished product and yet it is not. Someone made the decision to ship the game knowing full well it's bugged, unbalanced, having a backlog of things yet to publish and I am protesti
  2. I'm afraid you missed the point of this discussion. They all work and put energy into their product because it will bring them money and they most likely enjoy doing it as well. Good for them. What more should I do? paying the money as a customer is not good enough according to you? Should I send them a letter? Should I beta test it? What is enough for a customer to do? They advertise the game as a finished product and yet it is not. Someone made the decision to ship the game knowing full well it's bugged, unbalanced, having a backlog of things yet to publish and I am protesti
  3. This is why internet posts/forums tend be terrible. I highly doubt you'd say such a rant to any of the developers if you met them in person. Put yourselves in their shoes. You worked on a project for years, and now because of a few (admittedly frustrating bugs), you have some fan who did nothing more than put some of his money down say he's offended and crap all over the years of work, energy, and creativity you and all your co-workers/friends put into this product...all for his benefit. I understand being disappointed. Having waited so long for a sequel to the fallout/bg/icewind dale/
  4. Is there a way to disable autosaving before each area transition? Autosaving seems to be the source of massively increasing area transition/loading times.
  5. Description: Area load and game save times have increased steadily and dramatically starting around act 2. I began noticing this around the start of Act II, i.e. after my arrival to the first main city. The game ran very well, with areas loading in 5 seconds or less for all of Act 1, 10+ hours of gameplay. Now loading an area typically takes 30 seconds to a minute, with a fair amount of that time spent on a black screen before the 'loading' screen shows up. It takes this long regardless of area size, so an inn or single room area takes as long as a big outdoor area. This significantly de
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