The problem people seem to have boils down to either "oh no, it's different, therefore worse!", or "oh no, it's simplified, therefore consolised, therefore worse!". Simplification is good - of course it can be done badly, but in it's self, it is a good thing. Change can be good or can be bad, if nothing else I welcome the attempt at innovation. If the change is bad, well then Elder Scrolls 6 has something to work on.
If I wanted an updated Morrowind, I'd play Morrowind with a graphics mod.
wtf_man wrote on Nov 12, 2011, 12:36:
Hudson wrote on Nov 12, 2011, 12:16:
Good job genius welcome to 2006
Well, Jackhole, that was uncalled for.
I was too busy playing the game, and I didn't think there was a way to hotkey anything given the consolized-menu-UI. I just figured anyone else that didn't know about the hotkeys and was having difficulty with the UI might find it helpful.
I was having trouble with this, I found the favourites menu a bit unweldy. I don't know why Hudson is being a dick about you pointing this out, specially as I don't know of any game, in 2006 or otherwise, which uses this system.
Other then that the games enjoyable enough you can play through the menu system very fast once you get used to it. The WORST thing about the menu's is Right click puts things in your left hand and Left click puts things in your right. Try to tell me the reason for that.
Because your right hand is usually dominant, but your left mouse button is usually dominant (precisely because your right hand is dominant). It is a bit counter intuitive, but most of the time, IMHO, it is preferable to use the "normal" mouse button for the "normal" arm.