- Nov 1, 2018
Go team Corgi! Yeah I kind of pulled my weight in the event if I do say so myself. Still waiting for my Cyberpunk GabenAs I recall, you were always in the lead each day during the grand prix. 'Twas supreme effort!
maybe there's something wrong with your browser ... did you try a different one?Can't log into this forum or Resetera on my phone. It says I need to accept the cookies but even after I do the message still pops up. On Era I'm not even given the option to accept them.
Tried another browser and it works. Don't wanna go back to chrome though, I need to figure this out.maybe there's something wrong with your browser ... did you try a different one?
Yeah, I didn't get that oneMaybe it's a hardware issue?
Have you tried troubleshooting the mother-modem, the heart of the hard drive?*
*extremely old obscure Swedish reference
Yuuuup.Continuing on with my adventures in AC IV Black Flag, I ran into a classic Assassin's Creed (and sometimes open-world game) issue.
So, as soon as I got access to the ship in Black Flag, I started traveling around, visiting islands, collecting collectables and taking out forts, pausing the main story for a bit.
Yesterday, I decided to continue on with the story. I was in sequence 4 or 5 I believe, so still very early in the game. After, I was treated to the tutorial of how to FAST TRAVEL.meeting up with the assassins thanks to Kidd
Playing on, suddenly a main missions tasks me with taking out a fort, (which explain why that section of the map didn't show a fort earlier).
So, as something that often happens (to me) with Assassin's Creed (and sometimes other open world) games, I've done a lot of the content in the "wrong" order. It's always hard to know when the game "wants" you to go of the main path and explore, and when it wants you to continue with the story.
Always happens to me as well. At least in Origins and Odyssey you don't get more tutorials later on. There's clearly a tutorial part at the beginning and then you just go around and do things in the order you want. Of course the main and side missions don't really reference each other.So, as something that often happens (to me) with Assassin's Creed (and sometimes other open world) games, I've done a lot of the content in the "wrong" order. It's always hard to know when the game "wants" you to go of the main path and explore, and when it wants you to continue with the story.
Yeah, I didn't get that one
Reminds me of Homefront: The Revolution. If you decided to do all the side-stuff in the first real zone before continuing with the story, you quickly encounter doors that you can't open, since you haven't received the tool that opens them yet. But there's nothing stopping you from attempting to clear these side missions before you receive the required tool.In most open world games I do every side-quest in the area before moving on to the main story. In Odyssey's case I explored every single part of the map before finishing the main mission and starting the DLCs, because I loved exploring the world.
It was not usually a problem, except for 2 side quest-lines
You're a kinder soul than I am thenNah. As someone who helped translate a dozen Indies, it is 100% perfectly fine. At the time they were a very small team that had no idea of the success they would have. There's nothing wrong with small Indies using crowdsourced translations.
It sucks that the devs have to change the name because of a name dispute. I think this is the second or third game that had to change the name because of similarities.pretty sure they just figured it's not worth fighting over this ... even if they won - it probably would've taken years (and LOTS of money) to get there
Praey for the Gods ...It sucks that the devs have to change the name because of a name dispute. I think this is the second or third game that had to change the name because of similarities.
One of the games were DieselStormers, had to change to Rogue Stormers. Scrolls was lucky not to change the name. Banner Saga had a dispute with King because of Saga in the name, but they could keep it.
Which other games were not lucky to keep the original name?
i had no idea what that is and understand now after I looked at it a bit but it was funny for a second to see a service called "fiverr" and the first thing you see is "starting at 4.200€"; so more like "fiverrrk".