In the meantime could you take a look at those threads:
frame einbrüche bis zum geht nicht mehr jeder schritt stottert und alle 20 min ctd das ist doch kein zustand zumal mein grafikkarte extrem heiis wird.
Also please, make local map scrollable, or user made notes visible on world map.
And for last and most importantly, please release patch fixing bugs ASAP.
I would welcome something like in-game notepad (where I can put clues, notes... without using real pen & paper) or make the map scrolable (but sometimes I put notes in dungeon maps... and I can't access dungeon map when in different dungeon or on world map)
Thank you !!
Music, ambient music, sounds, monster sounds... all from Audio was great (very good and IMO professional combination of proven-by-time known sounds and brand new ones)
I also liked special music (when my party was idle for longer time in random places on the map)
Video is also great.
The best of all was the "weaving" of main story with side quests and GM quests! (and riddle/questing system overall)
Brilliant game, more than satisfied customer you have in me :)
And I'm afraid and all melee party will be out of luck to open the Eye of Malassa secrets. And yes, you probably will need to rely on scrolls and Spike to get the rest, but that's the case with any party without a Freemage.
I was glad I did turn it back on, though. I enemy notification can still be grating, most of the time, but hell do they have some hilarious barks for some of the cities.
And yes, please make maps scrollable.
Im in love with MMX. Outstanding work)
I still did not make it through 366 game days (maybe one game year = respawn?) but I have played long enough and no respawn at all.
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