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Hi,

I played this game now for a few hours and realized that it looks like that every NPC is walking against an object like crates, desks, shelves and so on when they are not quite doing a specific animation or you are not quite talking to them. It looks like a bug or is this normal in this game? I've never played the PSP version so I can't compare.
This question / problem has been solved by Cluckamooimage
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Silverhawk170485: Hi,

I played this game now for a few hours and realized that it looks like that every NPC is walking against an object like crates, desks, shelves and so on when they are not quite doing a specific animation or you are not quite talking to them. It looks like a bug or is this normal in this game? I've never played the PSP version so I can't compare.
I truly believe that's the way it is.

It was pretty common to do that in old games. But maybe someone else can answer you better, as I didn't played other ports of this game as well.
Post edited July 30, 2014 by Arukaizer
This is normal. NPCs walk against objects in the PSP version as well. Like Arukaizer posted above, they do this a lot in old games as well.

I think the reason why NPCs walk in place is to show the player that they are engaged in some sort of activity, like organizing books.
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Cluckamoo: This is normal. NPCs walk against objects in the PSP version as well. Like Arukaizer posted above, they do this a lot in old games as well.

I think the reason why NPCs walk in place is to show the player that they are engaged in some sort of activity, like organizing books.
Exactly :)
Thanks.