I do appreciate it.
rayon__delta wrote:there's no complete thing for this game.
From both a programming point of view and from a customer service one, that is simply ridiculous.
Someone from Cyanide or the other company whose name I cannot remember at this instant should have a complete instruction manual since they are the ones who created the <bleep> computer game.
That manual, whether for free or for some simple publishing price, should be available to the players of the game.
Or at least that is how every other game company I have a computer game from works.
Does Cyanide/whomever have customer service issues new players should know about before buying in further or at all?
Should I be glad that I have not yet spent money on expanding past the LE disc I bought from Amazon?
Not having an accurate and/or complete instruction manual for a computer game is a warning sign in my decades of experience with computer game companies.
Does anyone else here know more or better than rayon__delta on this matter?