Discussion in 'The Bar' started by Snort, Oct 8, 2018.
Which stat did you start pumping first?
Stamina, comes in handy when you're needing to out run zombies
Do stamina first a few times at least. You need to run and roll and that costs stamina. After 3-5 stamina then I went focus. Health being least important to me cause you usually have tons of health in inventory.
What you think so far?
Nintendo has outsold PS4 despite coming out 3 years later
Yeah, I went stamina and then second guessed myself and thought I should have went focus which is why I asked you guys. I wanted to max out focus, because there are stamina pills throughout the world and if they are as abundant as health then, I wanted to go the sniper/stealth route for some of these camps. I’m ok going stamina.
Edit: As far as the game goes, I’m enjoying it so far. Looking forward to playing it more. Too soon to complain or praise. Eves dropping on my first marauder camp was cool, I like how you can tag them with your binoculars to get a sense of their moving sequence.
Not that big of a surprise. Japs love mobile gaming.
And they love Nintendo.
Everybody loves Mario.
The stamina pills aren't available like health and it takes a while before you can craft your own.
I went first 3 or 4 stamina then focus ... have a few on my map. Gonna take a few down tonight.
I upgraded health once, then nothing but stamina after that. Going to max it out, then go for focus, then lastly Health.
My favorite Blizzard game.
I can't say that, but it's a very good game. It's the only RTS where I have even half an idea what I'm doing. I regularly beat the computer on Hard, and that's good enough for me. Whenever I've tried playing people online I get mercilessly stomped. But the AI is fun.
Hotkeys are your friend online. They need to make another StarCraft. The game has matured to the point its almost impossible for a new player to have fun in multiplayer. I'm far from being great at multiplayer either.
Stopped playing multiplayer less than a year after SC2 was out, it's brutal.
Some games are just brutal online. Counter Strike comes to mind. At least Blizzard is hyper vigilant about cheating. You get beat in StarCraft at least your confident it wasn't cheating.
My favorite online game is fight night champion. It's 9 years old (no new boxing game since) and there are still at least 1000 people on at all times.
I'm good. My record is like 25-10 with my newest guy. Some guys are good with records like 436-89 and I'll beat the shit out of them. Then some guys with that type record will beat me so bad you'd think I'd never played. I wonder if they're modding. I hear that's a thing.