the game got a lot more enjoyable when i started focusing on the main story again. plus i started looting much stronger gear then what i was finding in open world quests. plus the stuff at the end of act 1 got really intresting. just need to find out where i can respec though.
the map in this game is horrendous especially in the hinterlands. theres mountains all over the damn place. so sometimes a quest marker that looks like its a stobnes throw away requires you to trek half across the map then double back...wtf....
i feel like i'm doing something wrong cause i'm just dying too much and i dont want to have to go a camp every single time i run out of potions. it feels like enemies hit harder and are more durable than my characters. and i dont have the healing to make up for it. im level 6 at the rescue the missing ferelden soldiers mission and i can easily get wrecked there by undead.
i got really annoyed in the hinterlands. those guys with shields are really hard to kill and i found myself far from camp with no potions. is there some kind of map? i mean theres a compass ype thing but it doesnt show boundries and such.
i had to google this to get some context and it seems he really did call casual gamers pathetic. but in the sense that one should take pity on them. basically it appears nintendo lost its casual consumers to cell phones and tablets.
man this is weird..... for much of my life i was relationship challanged....but now in my 30's i seem to attract a lot of girls and guys(>_>) with daddy issues.....wich doesnt make sense to me since i'm a girl. i guess i shouldnt be surprised that both of my subs are little's. they both like to be called princess and love stuffed animals.
i have a question. i'm planning to get the game on pc since i dont have a ps4 or xboxone and my ps3's hdd is on it's last legs. does the pc version have a control scheme that would be essentially the same as the console versions? the way my pc is set up is not conductive to mouse/kb play.
hopefully my pc can run the game well at a decent setting; Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-3330 CPU @ 3.00GHz NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660 8gb ram
to me majora's mask marks a missed opportunity for the series. to me the masks was like having multiple playable characters. wich was something i wish they followed up on. if i recall in twilight princess link even joins a team that had the potential for this but it of course didnt happen.
The flying mounts thing has me puzzled and simultaneously intrigued as far as how one would implement such a thing in a game that has a lot of fade-to-black zoning and an inability to cross any watery areas that are deeper than a foot. Guess we'll see.