- Apr 2, 2011
...50 quid that this can all be traced back to Gamebryo being a shitty piece of tech that deserves to burn.
It's pretty smart business decision to let your Q&A team pay you for the work they are doing for you.ShakerSilver said:That's not entirely true, they designed the entire game around being able to mod it - they expect you to mod it to fix all bugs or glitches they don't ever intend on fixing.
Yes, Bethesda, bethesda never changes. In Fact Fallout 4 looks like Skyrim mod. heck, half the animations are flat out ripped off from Skyrim. they keep doing the same mistake that no competent developer would make.IceForce said:Before people get too carried away with this, I think it should be pointed out that Skyrim also had issues with v-sync being turned off and/or very high frame rates on PC too.
broken by design is still broken.synobal said:Characterizing it as a glitch is silly, it isn't a glitch it's how the engine is designed.
the line is where it is concerned about features that every game should have and they would only be locked off from options due to utter incompetence of the developer.IceForce said:I'm wondering where the line is between "glitch" and "fucking up your game yourself because you edited something that should not have been edited".
sure, as soon as the developer provides basic options in the menu of the game to turn of v-sync and fix FOV.NLS said:How about just running the game without editing the config files, like they intended you to? Next up: Playing the game with a HOTAS works, but is nearly impossible to play with.
If someone told me this without the videos, I would think he's fucking with me.ShakerSilver said:Ok, so if tying the game's speed and physics to the framerate wasn't enough, the game's damn loading times may be tied to the framerate as well:
So unlocking the framerate would be straight up better than keeping it locked if you don't mind the messed up game speed.
Fun fact: Morrowind's default max fps was set to 240 in the ini. Apparently lowering it to 100 is recommended as it increases stability.IceForce said:Yeah, the only way of experiencing this glitch is to modify your ini file to change an option that Bethesda deliberately didn't provide a UI option for.synobal said:Characterizing it as a glitch is silly, it isn't a glitch it's how the engine is designed.
I'm wondering where the line is between "glitch" and "fucking up your game yourself because you edited something that should not have been edited".