I Think We Need Profiles
06.07.2012 @ 10:25 #1
06.07.2012 @ 10:31 #2
LA DOTTORE said:
yeah we need separate individual profiles for the TW2
06.07.2012 @ 10:51 #4
Follow the instructions someone left in the comments as they're better than the instructions by the creator.
06.07.2012 @ 11:38 #5
06.07.2012 @ 14:45 #9
Even though the autosaves get numerous, I keep them until I've finished the game. Then they get archived with 7-zip before I delete them. That way, if I want to research something about a particular path, I have them handy for that purpose and out of the way for normal play.
But if I want two games going at the same time, I just use two user accounts.
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06.07.2012 @ 14:59 #10
06.07.2012 @ 15:49 #12
06.07.2012 @ 17:13 #13
What I do is manually delete older saves and when I finish a playthrough, I move them to a different location inside a specific folder name, like "alchemy build" or something like that. I only backup the later savegames, to use in a future import.
PC does not equal Windows. Personal computers run many different operating systems, like GNU/Linux and, why not, Windows. PC games should be available for all major platforms. Let's not be handcuffed and tied to one vendor. Utilize standard, cross-platform technologies!
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06.07.2012 @ 18:09 #14
06.07.2012 @ 18:10 #15
06.07.2012 @ 18:15 #16
True, I thing CDPR just need to make some feature patch's!(), everything what is related to profiles and save games!, and the matter will be solved....
But this thing need to be addressed in any case!...
06.07.2012 @ 23:06 #18
Naming saves went away looooong ago. I'd like it back too, but I'm guessing that was only standard with PC games back then. I can do it with some of my GoG titles, and what a luxury!
07.07.2012 @ 00:47 #19
07.07.2012 @ 04:40 #20
No, not really. Not universally. Players could name their saved games in Dragon Age: Origins, for example, and that game came out in between TW1 and TW2.