Random Terrain, on Mon Dec 19, 2011 3:51 PM, said:
There are miscellaneous quests that are permanently stuck in the list. They won't clear even though I visited the places or talked to the people.
I think some of the quests are perpetual missions (kill x bears, bring me x ingredients, etc) I still think it should be removed from your active quests list when you complete it initially, even if you can continue said quest ( you may get extra items, but no extra credit for continuing said quests)
There should be 3 favorites. You should be able to press up to see your favorites list, and press left, right, or down to select one of your 3 favorites. I'd be pretty happy with 3 since that's about all I use, but only 2 favorites is a pain. Pressing up or down to see your favorites list? What a waste of a direction!
I'm not sure how many items you can have in your favorites, I'm sure there is an upper limit, but I have over a dozen items in my favorites list (sword, bow, certain magics, heal potions etc) I prefer
the old rosetta "favorites" list from Oblivion though, it's faster to select an item with that one. But then, the game does pause when you use the favorites menu.
I'm pretty disappointed in the quality of AI in games like this. The characters are still too stupid and their emotions are about as consistent as a bipolar drunk woman with PMS.
Speaking of characters in games like this, how hard would it be to let us change their lives for the worse or for the better. For example, why can't I give a beggar enough money to buy a house and a better life?
LOL, me too. I may be remembering wrong, but I seem to remember the AI on Oblivion, you could do something to piss someone off, and then do somethingto make them like you again. This one, once you piss them off,they seem to never like you again. I also seem to remember, if you accidentally (or intentionally) attacked someone, you could surrender or something and stop a fight, I've never seen that work on here, so when I do something and get in a fight, the only way out I've found is to kill them or start from an earlier save.
Anyhow, the AI over all sucks on this game.
Speaking of AI sucking. I've run into a few guys that wouldn't "see" you, (according to the sneaking "eye") but yet they happend to not only manage to see me from an insane distance, and run straight at me, but also manage to avoid arrows and such. That's some BS there
but anyhow, at least one of them was a druggie, cause they had a schitload of skooma, maybe they were just high and din't know what they were doing