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#1 Posted by gaminghooligan (1824 posts) -

Secret History of Twin Peaks by Mark Frost is a really good read for anyone interested in the weird lore of the show.

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#2 Posted by gaminghooligan (1824 posts) -

For me, I've stopped focusing on where I'm dropping in. I don't bother trying to get to a specific house or anything. I just dive towards the ground as fast as I can. Its risky, but I find that just landing in the middle of nowhere, away from all the structures and picking your way through those little out house looking buildings can lead to long runs.

I also try to keep my way point at the center of the circle. I don't necessarily go straight for it, but it keeps me headed in directions so that I don't get caught outside in the blue.

Lastly, I stopped worrying about red zones. Sure you might get hit, but running straight through and storming into buildings is a good way to get kills on people who are waiting out the bombs. Just keep your cross hairs trained low and do a quick lean around corners to see if someone takes a pot shot.

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#3 Edited by gaminghooligan (1824 posts) -

So far playing it has been fine. It's fun to shoot, explore, and jump jet around. The story though... could either really get interesting or completely flounder. So far I feel like everything past the prologue has been massive exposition dumps between characters who seem slightly annoyed with each other even though I'm trying to be a nice guy to everyone. Be interested to see the reviews in the am.

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#4 Posted by gaminghooligan (1824 posts) -

My strategy was dashing all the time. I'd hop in and get a few quick attacks with mid spear and then back off and dance around him. Also it helps to go in with a charged guardian so that you can break the ball and chains from him quick. His second phase is much easier as he telegraphs everything

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#5 Posted by gaminghooligan (1824 posts) -

This was cool. I love dumb ad stuff. At least somebody in the marketing is having some fun with this. (I also agree that Tim may have had a part to play. :D)

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#6 Posted by gaminghooligan (1824 posts) -

Got her! It took me 40 minutes, but I climbed up to a vantage point and watch the market for her with the Jaeger rifle. That was the closest I've felt to being a real assassin in this game.

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#7 Edited by gaminghooligan (1824 posts) -

Having finished the game as Emily. The one thing that I can give this game without question is that there are a lot of strong female characters. Nice to see that they took a lot of the influence from the previous game's dlc from a character stand point. That said, the story is way to similar to the first one. I wonder if they had kept the working title "Black Sparrow" instead of making it Dishonored 2 if they could've changed story set up to be a little less like the first game. Minor story quibbles aside, this game is still the most fun you can have with stealth and the art direction continues to be breathtaking.

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#8 Edited by gaminghooligan (1824 posts) -

Xbone/PC h00li64n

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#9 Posted by gaminghooligan (1824 posts) -

GT: h00li64n

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