I'd rather throw $16 into a fountain than give Konami money.
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Posted by AsherFischell on 01 April 2018 - 10:41 PM
Posted by AsherFischell on 10 February 2018 - 10:07 PM
I feel that asterisks(or other methods to break up the code) are good to put in for this reason. Helps keeps those pesky bots from insta-grabbing them.
Reversing them is a good one, or even putting a picture on imgur and linking to it. Bots are able to plug in the missing numbers via the asterisk method by looking for *= or the equivalent.
Posted by AsherFischell on 31 January 2018 - 03:12 AM
My problem with all of the GTA games is that I get to a story mission that I find it impossible to complete, probably because I'm an old man and lack the finger-dexterity to pull off what is required. I have no idea what it was for me in GTA III. In Vice CIty, I got stuck on that RC helicopter mission. In San Andreas, I'm pretty sure it was the mission where you're supposed to steal a truck from an Army base. I would enjoy GTA games more if there were branching pathways around some of these missions or at least some way to lower the difficulty substantially after you fail so many times.
My issue is the lack of checkpoints and the random nature of the games. I enjoy them, but it's very difficult for me to motivate myself to come to at the hospital, buy new weapons and armor, drive to the mission start, do the starting part of the mission where you drive to another location, start the mission proper and then risk dying for a random reason and having to start the process all over again. It's simply not worth the repetition and frustration to me, especially when I can play similar games with functioning checkpoints.
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Posted by AsherFischell on 15 July 2016 - 07:43 PM
Posted by AsherFischell on 22 April 2016 - 11:59 PM
The reason why I hate this game is the lock on and auto aiming. They really need to ditch that mechanic, take notes from max Payne, boom they fix the problem. I watch my brother in law play this game and it looks horrible
You can turn off the lock-on and auto-aiming, just like in Max Payne 3.
Posted by AsherFischell on 03 November 2015 - 11:20 PM
Now that TC posted this. I realized I picked this up for about $13 and some change for a used one at Gamestop after some promos earlier in the Year. Unfortunately I never got around to playing it.
Maybe some One Piece fans can provide input on this game?
Also in for some input since I've had my eyes on this game for a while. I know that it plays differently than the PW games.
I believe that the Day 1 extras are just costumes and a single quest/questline.
It's pretty decent if you just stick to the main story. Unlike past Unlimited games you can play through the main story without having to gather tons and tons of items in order to build things and progress. The combat is perfectly functional, but it lacks depth, so it gets old if you play for too long. I actually really had a good time with the story as a whole and would definitely reccommend it to One Piece fans. Also, it has a lot of extra content, which is super repetitive, but if you don't get bored you can probably play this one for a good thirty hours. If you want a good One Piece game that doesn't play like Dynasty Warriors, this is a good choice.
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