over again. I made a mistake yesterday and triggered an event out of order, so I replayed the prior one, hoping that would work out in my favor. It didn't-- the framing device the game uses made it so that the only
mission goal I had checked off was the one I replayed (I should've had at least three)
Deleted my save and started over again, knowing that I couldn't delete the achievements I had gotten thus far, which was irritating (Steam >>> Xbox Live, BTW). Today I learned that the audio logs (VISR COMM data) that I had unlocked had also gone undeleted. Arrgh.
And this is why more current-gen games need to rely less on autosave and provide a manual save option... and I don't mean "Save and Quit", either
I love what I've played of the game, but it's a victim of a horrible, and popular, line of thought when it comes to saving.
Xenophon Rampant wrote:On the xBox360, the Gears of War series, Mass Effect series, and Bioshock series all looked very, very sexy, but I opted out because I knew the money vs returns would be bad.
Well, the good thing about the Mass Effect
games is that you can also play them on PC