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    Fast travel makes me nervous, as with skyrim it became I'd fast travel everywhere and it just became a grind when I couldn't just fast travel. But in dragon's dogma after I put some portal stones around the map to speed things up by 30 minutes I enjoyed the world more by still being forced to walk 10-20 minutes to get to my destination.

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    I can't even imagine how much complaining would happen if an open-world game didn't have fast travel.

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    I'm a big fan of fast travel once the area is discovered - I don't have the time/patience/inclination to walk long distances more than that first oh-so-sweet time.

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    I avoid it for as long as possible, but then eventually you hit a point where you go "**** it, I just want to arrive and finish that quest" and then you take the fastest route possible, in Skyrim that was the horse carriages outside cities.

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    I am truly looking forward to this game! If I could wish it into existence right now, I would. I would also need to wish for a bigger income to help supply the bigger PC I'm going to need to play this thing - but I've got the time to build up some savings
    Great article as well! Just one little criticism; Geralt is known as the WHITE Wolf, not 'The Grey Wolf.' At least as far as I know, that's what he's always been called. It's even in one of the trailers
    Overall I'm so excited for this I actually envy anyone who gets some playtime with it! Can't wait!

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    KrimzinZV wrote:
    Fast travel makes me nervous, as with skyrim it became I'd fast travel everywhere and it just became a grind when I couldn't just fast travel. But in dragon's dogma after I put some portal stones around the map to speed things up by 30 minutes I enjoyed the world more by still being forced to walk 10-20 minutes to get to my destination.
    Solution - just dont use fast travel.

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    Nakor wrote:
    Solution - just dont use fast travel.
    Doubt it, I'm going to take the fastest way to get there.

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    Please don't tell me that you're one of those people who prefers checkpoints to save anywhere because you have no self-control and thus abuse quicksave thoroughly? I hate these people, believing that we shouldn't have superior save systems because of their own personal failings.
    Last edited by EvaUnit02; 18th June 2014 at 7:57 pm.

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    EvaUnit02 wrote:
    Please don't tell me that you're one of those people who prefers checkpoints to save anywhere because you have no self-control and thus abuse quicksave thoroughly? I hate these people, superior save system on their own personal failings.
    I don't mind about save points, sometimes I hate them, but then with Sir, you are being hunted the game would be ruined by save anywhere. Only abuse quicksave for minigames.