Really I was agreeing with you, there aren't many games that don't have a Save option. When you consider the total number of games available, the list would have to be massive to support this idea./quote ipman
I think the 'lack of games without Pause' is already established.
You lost me. Probably because I am very tired, but has it been established that there are or are not games that do not have a pause feature? I only listed a few because some were saying thay had never seen any.
I verified raft, and I may have been thinking 'State of Decay 2' rather than 'Dying Light 2'
I have noticed some in game mechanics that I felt were being forced on me, but usually gamers find a way to by pass restrictions, create a mod or try whatever.
Yeah like autosave only, and you alt-tab to your user folder and copy the savegame file into a backup folder LOL!
Someone acually wrote a program to do this very thing. You tell it which folder to copy, and you can click again to restore it to the game folder.
Yes I had to adapt to a Steam/game problem. I had to reinstall Steam and it auto switched on cloud save, over riding my manual saves. Lost about 250 hours of a game. But that made me start making saves on a USB at significant points in a game. In a number of games, just in case.
It would be good if you could indicate which games fit into your categories. Which games have 'no saves', 'no HUD', 'no reticule' or 'require game controller'(excepting games primarily aimed at consoles), 'no autosaves'?
I'm not sure how many devs get feedback.
I noticed on the Ubisoft forums that there was more engagement between devs and players and they did listen to feedback, obviously wanting to make their games better for users. Also you will see Ubi devs on Steam forums responding to feedback, offering solutions.