The autosave is clearly there for those "oh #@$%" moments when you walk into a situation unprepared. That way, after getting your hind end handed to you, you can back up and be ready for it next time.

It also serves to warn you something is up ... once that autosave kicks in, you know there is some trouble ahead.

Last edited by Daen; 30/11/10 08:52 PM.