Witcher 2, The - Assassins of Kings Discussion
Someone please find a solution!!!!!!!!!!!! T_T
The game cheated and I'll just cheat back and we can call it even. Then I can get to finish the game on Insane since the actual fighting isn't such a problem. Seeing into the future and knowing where you may possibly die by a random cut scenes on the other hand, is quite the challenge.
Although complaints about a game cheating on a game cheats site does have a big fat dollop of irony attached to it, I have one issue with this and that is the technique cdp must be using to achieve the instapermadeath. Types who have died and wanted to come back to life have pointed out that not only does it not allow secreted elsewhere savegames to be loaded to ressurect, even uninstalling and re-installing the game does not work!
That begs the question, how is this happening? If it isn't thru the registry which I woulda thought woulda been hacked by now if it was, does cdp have witcher 2 reaching parts of out puta that we are not able to reach?
If the answer is yes I have to say I no likee, no matter how great the game is (which it is).
The notion of a piece of software I have bought and paid for pulling the same sort of stunts that got sony in more pooh than a sewer duck is worrisome. If CDP can do that, when the game has been pushed with boasts that some editions are DRM free what else can be stuffed into our little putas?
Hopefully someone will find a registry entry somewhere I'd give it a burl cept I'm runnin on 64bit os and the only application I own that can trace every little change to registry, files, and system files only works on 32 bit windoze OS.
I haven't played on insane myself personally (I'm playing through my first go on hard, then I'll try insane) but it could be a registry thing, in the hex of the save file, or it could be some kind of hash/encryption or the like on the save file.
Im sure someone who knows what they are looking at could crack it and fix death saves. The demand probably isnt high enough for crackers to take the time to do it though.
That's not something I plan on doing. I think for now I'll stick with Hard, and just try to die a lot less. I think instead of just 1 life, start with 3 lives - special enchantments or whatever that hold off your death, and get given another maybe every 10 levels. This game has so many instant death spots, especially in the early stages, that it should be a little more forgiving for it to be an enjoyable challenge.
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