The Wolfman wrote: »
Here's another notch for the game: This thing runs amazing on integrated graphics. 720 and with minor screen tearing mind you, but if you can deal with that, it's utterly rock solid. I always thought this game was a bit of a graphical powerhouse, but I guess not.
My only chief complaint goes back to the slightly ecliptic controls. The opening menus seem to jump between wanting an enter or spacebar press. No mouse control for menus, but at least WASD doubles for the arrow keys. Mouse controls took a little experimentation to figure out, but now they're fine (left click is spacebar, middle is escape, and right is E. Slightly unweildly in menus, but that's fire/cancel/aim in battle which is great). And as solid as the movement controls in battle are, there are some outliers (the mouse scroll for aiming seems really slow, so you're better off reaching for the num pad to do it, and the only way to slowly walk is to do the same reach for the arrow keys. Simply put both actions don't feel all that natural to do with your left hand).I have to wonder if most of the issues are simply because it's a console game, and there's only so much they can do without cracking the code all the way open, and risk more issues. Either way, while I occasionally trip up on the menus from time to time, the game overall is a joy to play again.
Bobkins Flymo wrote: »
I honestly think someone should make a new thread since this OP is like four years old
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