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Jimbo1337 said:
More developers need to make AI like F.E.A.R

Yup. That AI was awesome.



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TurboElder said:
Play The Last of Us a game with the best AI ever.


not trying to flame, but you sure about that? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i03gk2cVcKI



Or does it show you how great Halo:CE 's AI was? The AI in that game just blew my mind when i first played it.



foodfather said:
TurboElder said:
Play The Last of Us a game with the best AI ever.


not trying to flame, but you sure about that? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i03gk2cVcKI


Wow he has the most annoying laugh. Also do you really think that is a good example? The game would have been annoying as shit if Ellie kept getting spotted.



AI in TLoU is fantastic



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JerCotter7 said:
foodfather said:
TurboElder said:
Play The Last of Us a game with the best AI ever.


not trying to flame, but you sure about that? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i03gk2cVcKI


Wow he has the most annoying laugh. Also do you really think that is a good example? The game would have been annoying as shit if Ellie kept getting spotted.

Meh, I dont want to turn this into a flame war, I enjoyed TLOU, I really did, but the AI is some of the worst I've ever seen. The clicker sections were not as intense as they should have been because the AI was so poor. Yes, I can understand giving the friendly AI some leway, but it completely breaks an otherwise solid stealth experience. Human AI on the contrary was great in open spaces, but no so much in closed environments. 



TloU has really good enemy AI.



Half-life and Fear were the last time AI surprised me. if AI were smart you would never be able to get through the game.

It is about time friendly AI gets vastly improved. Escort missions shouldn't have to be so annoying, and co-op AI really needs to smarten up so it doesn't have to cheat or break immersion like in TLoU. They're either in the way or suicidal. It does make it easier not to feel guilty to sacrifice them like in ME2. Send in the cannon fodder for a distraction while I pick them off, revive the dumbasses later. My 5 year old is a much better co-op partner (in PvZ GW) than all the co-op AI I have seen.



I always found funny throwing a sticky grenade into a grunt, only for him to go running like crazy (and generally into his teammates, which result in a win/win situation).



MohammadBadir said:
You can't market AI like you can with Graphics!


Half Life 2 disagrees.

Alot of people were really hyped about the AI and how nothing was going to be scripted and how every playthrough would be completely different because the AI was going to have personalitiy etc.

And then the game ended up being a script marathon and alot of people were disappointed.

 TLoU also had alot of A.I talk and also failed to deliver.