posted on Nov, 15 2005 @ 03:46 PM
Originally posted by toeragpunk
3 little word, world of warcraft some wieard # happens in that game like u can take controll of a wind rider(ai controlled transport) and in some
places if u look from the rite angle building and even people disappear
and as for physics if don correctly u can scale anything in the game, exen walk along vertical walls.....for a game that has had so much money pumped
into it is makeing so much (aprox 1.4BILLION AUD) lots of little bugs and glitches everywhere
Never had that bug. In fact, the only probs I have with WoW is going to Ironlag/Lagforge......But then, thats cause every other dwarf and his dog is
I buy almost every game worth buying when it comes out, so I have had bad expieriences with alot of games (I must have a catalogue worth about
£2500/£3000 at home).
Most games these days, at least on the PC, are released buggy. For example, B&W 2 had a v1.1 patch within 5 days of release!! F.E.A.R had a patch
within a week and has had a t least 3 now since release.
Lately, Civ 4 was giving me a headache due to the copy protection on the disc. Kept asking me to insert the correct disc, but it was a DVD, so I only
had one. the tech support adv the problem was because of the discs being labelled wrong. Erm....It's a DVD you muppets! In the end, I had to disable
Daemon Tools and lots of other stuff to get it too work.
But my "Most Buggy Game" at the mo is The Movies. Damn thing has some "codec issue" which causes random black screens, crashes and in my case, a
full system reboot. The dudes at Lionhead "are aware" but so far have done naff all to fix it. So far, the only way I have fouind to mitagate the
problem is turning off autosaves and manually saving every 5 mins. Tends to live longer and the crashes are less, but still a pain.
Anyhoo....Like I said, all games are buggy and you can blame the pressure put on the devs to release a game as soon as poss. They can always fix it
after people have forked out for it!
I mean, in the UK, we cannot even take back an opened PC Game now (used to be able too) due to some stupid law that says if it is installed on the HD
then you can't bring it back. All we can do is swap it for another copy of the same game.
Bloody money grabbing arse holes!