Scamp wrote:Not an oversight really, P:C's review system has always been different from the ShotN one. Any interior needs to be reviewed once, and then finalized by either SamirA or me (similar to the TR reviewing process). Should've had its name changed to "FINALIZING" though, yes.
Do you guys want to get rid of this policy?
We should maybe discuss this in a dedicated thread.Tes96 wrote: Well it takes twice as long to review. On the other hand a final reviewer can find things missed by the other reviewer. But I'm sure a 3rd and 4th reviewer could do the same. I don't really think it's necessary. It's certainly helpful, yes, but not necessary to thoroughly review an interior. Even if an interior does make it to the final stage and there are some mistakes, chances are the player will never notice them, and even if they do, they can always be fixed in updates by reporting errors on the bethsoft forum. (Example: SHotN Karthwasten house #03 interior not matching exterior. Most players won't pay attention to the shape of the exterior and thus not notice that the interior for karthwasten #03 clearly doesn't match its exterior).
In my opinion, there is not much to be gained by a second review. While a first review is likely to unveil and fix relevant and blatant errors, the second review seems like an installment focused on the extinguishing of mostly inviso-style errors the likes of which you get listed a lot in each review. But this is probably a judgement coming from my biased view on the TR-style way of reviewing interior work. But I know that other people hold a certain regard for this kind of working. So, please, let your opinion be known.