This remedy can’t solve all of the game’s problems, but for PS3 owners, it can take care of what has been the biggest issue so far.
Wow, what a lame bug. Didn't they see this coming when they programmed the game? Hopefully it can be patched.
On the one hand, I say "hopefully it can be patched" and meanwhile, this is a painful reminder of how much I hate "release now, patch later" mentality that plagues so many games. =/
Either that or wait a few months so you can play the game
its inevitable with a game like skyrim.
It's better than games shipping broken and there being nothing you can do about it like in the old days.
Good ole Bugthesda.
Yeah, they've been like this since the 1990s. They can't create a stable game to save their lives.
Totally agree..Ive stated this numerous times.
I am a programmer and I just exploded out of anger. This is a memory leak caused by pointers and sh!t. (I won't explain that, you guys wouldn't understand, no offence) This is a problem for many programs written in low-level programming languages. The orange box also had this problem on the PS3. FO3 also had this. "that will refresh your system and clear the game’s mind of those houses of bandits and out-of-the-way caves you decided to dive into" this article is written by a computer idiot
Teach us more about how awesome you are.
"Teach us more about how awesome you are." All in good time my friend. but seriously, I'm just allergic to computer BS on the internet
last night i was riding my horse to somewhere and the game suddenly quit straight to the xmb...wierd.
this is weird. I play on PC and there are times, not that often, that the game just shuts down, no error messages or anything, Im just left on the desktop as if nothing happened...
The bugs are more dangerous than the dragons.
Sad but true :(
Yeah, has anyone actually had a HARD dragon battle yet? I've had 3 and they've all been stupidly simple.
Yes, Elder Dragons. You don't won't to mess with those beasties unless your of decent level and even then they're still pretty tough. I have my difficulty on the hardest setting as well.
They've always spawned near archer NPCs who have no problem with helping me out xD
I've only dealt with the blue wimpy dragons. Apparently later on you run into the big daddys who will eat you for breakfast. THat being said I had terrible luck today fighting a dragon, I was by myself and during the fight startled a cave bear and a sabre cat. FML
Thats funny eak, because just today I had a weirdly lucky dragon encounter. I was exploring some of the forests outside of Winterhold, when a dragon pounced on me. I was caught off guard, and thought that the dragon would wipe me, but just as I started to flee, the dragon got tangled up fighting a giant, which bonked the dragon good. Easiest dragon fight ever, didn't have to lift a finger.
Wait, so this cache is for one session only, all memory/cache of fallen enemy positions etc. refreshes when you quit and reload game? Or no? If yes it is pretty fine, with Fallout 3 you could just say that is is Game Over, when the game started to lag.
What about the blur effect that affects the textures? Come on Bethesda fix this bc this is unfair on how F3 and FNV didn't have this. :(
They had every OTHER bug and glitch.
Apparently the game still runs crappy when you start putting more hours into it. So I don't see your point in how different it is.
I noticed this last night when I went into a bat cave.... err, Vampire cave. Lol. I had done a lot right before and it seemed like things began to get a bit choppy. Great game. However, it would seem like they have a few issues to take care of on each system. Here is anticipating a great patch for these issues. On a side not, has anyone noticed the sound cutting out from time to time? Can't wait to get home to play this tonight.
Yikes, I hadn't been aware of this issue. I'll keep this in mind in case I run into it.
I have yet to experience any game breaking bugs. I am pleasantly surprised considering FO3 and FNV were such disasters.
Anyone having a controller freeze issue playing on PS3. Every once in awhile the the game doesn't seem to recognize my input and keeps moving me in the last direction before the problem. I don't think it is the controller (sony brand). Hasn't caused any major problems so not that big a deal.
I'm over 40 hours in to Skyrim on PS3, and I haven't experienced this problem at all. I've been playing in 8-9 hour sessions as well, so you would think I would have. Hopefully I won't have to deal with it. *crosses fingers*
yeah they better work it out man
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