^ just the box the CE came in would do for me would look superb in the lounge, not to mention handy for storing stuff. They do crop up on ebay, can't bring myself to pay £30 for a cardboard box though, not yet anyway
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This might be interesting for our Police Chase 2D coder:
There are some save game files on Nexus that one can download and try out (CUT GIGS SAVE GAME mod). They contain some cut content that is still in the released game. One can play four additional missions (gigs): Nasty Hangover, Concrete Cage Trap, Desperate Measures and Hothead (fully written, scripted and with recorded dialogues in many languages).
Two of these missions include non-scripted car chases. And they simply do not work (lots of bugs, silly driver AI behavior etc.). My guess is that the car chases (and missions that involve car chases) were planned and cut out, because the developers could not get them to work properly.
I guess the next patch will show us if CDPR managed to figure out how to make this feature work as intended. But, as I said, I would not hold my breath.
I even plastered my Cabinet with the stickers, to make it look the part.the box really looks great and I use it as a sidetable now...but still, I feel swindled. The CE contains all these cool little trinkets like ptaches, a keychain etc, not to mention the statue...and I just don't want to see them anymore. Why should I proudly wear this keychain, when the game is an embarassment in its current state? And everytime I see V's statue I get flashbacks to these terrible endings and I have to think about plot cancer. Not a great feeling, even though the CE itself is really high quality.
Definitely not a solid product..more like an empty shell of a game we were told about..so hopefully the 1.2 patch solves this game.Imo people have been very unfair towards CDPR. They launched a solid product which the expectable ammount of bugs for a new release. I played it on the XSX and had tons of fun and I completed the story. I'm just waiting for them to improve the game to repeat it more times. People need to be more compreensive, developing such a piece of complex software in a mid of a pandemic that ruined all our work environments its not reasy at all. I also felt it in my job. Just be compreensive and have patience, they're gonna fix it, they're not EA that releases broken games and never fix them or improve them (*cof Anthem *cof).
You must have played a different game to me then, 'cause this thing has been the buggiest game I've ever played... and I've played a lot of games. People must have low standards if they expect games to be released with a plethora of bugs... personally, I expect them to be working (almost) perfectly - especially considering how much the things cost these days.They launched a solid product which the expectable ammount of bugs for a new release.
How can a singleplayer game be dead? It doesen't need to maintain player numbers to be profitable like multiplayer game and will continue to sell years after release especially if they fix it. Witcher 1 that is 14 years old still has 900 people playing it right now....Personally I think this game is dead by July without significant improvements to last-gen console performance, improvements to existing PC content or delivery of new content. I would say June but I'm being optimistic. The mob is fickle, and will move on to the next big thing, whatever it might be.
Hmm, what is surprising about it out of curiosity? I mean no offense but there are only so many hours in a day. Even if it's going on, what, three to four weeks since the 1.2 announcement how much change can we really expect within such a short amount of time? How many constant day to day, "We're working on it.", messages do we need?I'm suprised that we haven't gotten ANY additional information about the update yet and it concerns me. You'd think that we'd at least get a brief patch preview by now.
1.2 really has to deliver...
From what I've seen in past, this tends to be true. The REDs usually work up to the last minute of their deadlines. I'd not be at all surprised if 'twere true in this case as well.whenever CDPR gives themselves a window of time in which they say they'll release a patch for this game, they've used every bit of that timeframe down to the last day.