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#1 Edited by Spoonman671 (4987 posts) -

If you're targeting specific limbs, then stop.  Center mass all the time.  This will usually get rid of all the limbs.
Think of the force gun's projectile as a ring that expands and weakens as it travels.  You want to time your shots so that the necromorph is far enough away so that the ring will hit all limbs, but close enough so that it does a good amount of damage.  If they're too close then you'll usually just amputate their legs and blow them back, in which case you should either run up and stomp/shoot them, or hit them with the secondary fire.

#2 Posted by Spoonman671 (4987 posts) -

People are going to bitch about anything that makes this game different than Battlefield 2.

#3 Posted by Spoonman671 (4987 posts) -

I keep it at zero.  It's made much easier by disabling PMs for whenever somebody replies to or quotes one of my posts.

#5 Posted by Spoonman671 (4987 posts) -

Yep, that looks like Vanquish.

#6 Posted by Spoonman671 (4987 posts) -

Wow guys, overcritical much?

#7 Posted by Spoonman671 (4987 posts) -
@JoeyRavn said:
" AFAIK, one of the main aspects of Killzone 3 is its multiplayer. I've read that the campaign and the story aren't that great, but the MP is. Having said that, I'm not too keen on MP games. I prefer a solid SP game, so I'd get Dead Space 2, but that's just me. "
From what I understand, the only real negative to the Killzone 3 campaign is the story.  It's not as though Dead Space 2 has a great story to it, so I would consider them pretty even in that department.
#8 Posted by Spoonman671 (4987 posts) -

Frankly, I don't think any of this is all that meaningful until we know more about this game.  Discussing player counts seems silly when we don't really know what the maps will even be like, or how accurate the weapons will be.
Also, for those asking about it, MAG had a 256 player limit.

#9 Posted by Spoonman671 (4987 posts) -

Not really.  I usually find that they are more trouble than they're worth.  I generally play the vanilla versions and only get into mods with games like Oblivion, or when dealing with older games that could use a facelift.

#10 Posted by Spoonman671 (4987 posts) -

I went with Killzone 3.  Of course I haven't played the game yet, but I'm playing the multiplayer demo now and it's quite a lot of fun.  Dead Space 2 is a fun game, but it wasn't really what I wanted from a Dead Space sequel.