Okay. Do you got a savegame where this always happens so I can reproduce the problem?pizzaboxes wrote:Hi, I just finished the beta. I had a good time. I think there are some good suggestions here. I don't have much to add, but I noticed these "bugs":
-The last fight was very laggy, and so it was very difficult to tell how fast the slot machine wheels were really spinning.
I am not sure if I understand exactly what you mean.pizzaboxes wrote: -I had the feeling that many times the character approval was not working. There are moments when I really pissed off Steve and he still remain "best friends" with me. I was very nice to Lucy--she even opened up about her backstory to me--but her approval of me never improved. When I played the game the second time, I noticed the first decisions (where I noticed gaining Caroline's approval and losing Steve's approval, and vice versa) didn't have any change. Many times when I loaded a save over, something that had an approval change would not apply one any more.
In the game there are some decisions who ALWAYS reduce or improve your relationship to group members. Usually this is when you´re acting very bad or very nice. Then there are some decisions who sometimes (randomly) reduce or improve your relationship. This are choices where you´re acting only "somewhat" bad or nice. So if you play the game twice, at some points the relationship might stay the same, where on the previous game it had an effect.
This does NOT relate to the fact that the important story decisions are remembered by the group members and the game plays out differently in the end.
Or did you mean that you encountered a bug where on the character screen the relationship rating stays the same although you got a message that your relationship improves or decreases?
Okay, do you still remember what the error message said?pizzaboxes wrote: -Once on the map an error message popped up, but the game continued with no problem (applied changes to supplies after a delay when I returned to camp).
Thank you for the feedback. That´s a big thank you to everyone of course.