The Chinesay navigation system is now available to download for Windows, Mac and Linux.
As usual, it’s worth taking a moment to review the system in action.
I’ve had the Chinese Navigation System installed on my PC for a little over a week now, and I’m quite impressed.
The interface is clean and simple to use, and it’s also great to see how well the system handles navigation in general.
While navigation is pretty simple, there are a few minor quirks to the system that I think will be worth pointing out.
First, there’s a navigation bar that pops up in the upper right corner of the screen, which you’ll want to quickly jump to before navigating around.
While this isn’t a huge deal, it can be a bit confusing to navigate through the system without getting bogged down in the navigation bar.
I also noticed that the top bar is also slightly larger than other systems, which I’m guessing is to account for the extra space available to display information.
There’s also a bit of lag in the system, which can be frustrating at times.
The second minor annoyance is a few menus that pop up on the upper left corner of your screen, and you’ll need to quickly scroll down to find them.
I’m not sure why these menus are there, but they are annoying and annoying.
The menus are not all that important at this point, and are more of a distraction than anything else.
Finally, there is a “Navigation” menu that sits on the lower right side of the navigation panel.
You can navigate to a specific page of the game using this menu, but it can sometimes be a little confusing to scroll through the menu without getting distracted by other navigation options.
This menu is useful for finding areas that are most relevant to you, but the navigation options themselves are still a bit lacking.
Overall, the Chineay navigation is a solid system that is easy to use and feels very responsive.
It also looks great, which is a big plus.
[This review is based on a retail build of the title provided by the publisher.]