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El Duderino said:

^^ Its not a shooter... you are supposed to survive and walking into a crowd of zombies with very limited ammo is not a very good survival strategy... this game gives you very mixed signals on what you are supposed to do... and thats the polite version...

I understand that the beginning of the game can be confusing if you aren't greedy as me and kill everyone without thinking twice, but after the village scene it should be clear that you are supposed to kill pretty much everything you can, because it's a good way to get money which you need to upgrade your weapons. Also, the ammo is plenty in this game, just don't start to think that you have to use the knife to save ammo. The game adapts to your playing style, so if you solve all your problems with guns instead of the knife, you get more ammo from the enemies.



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There is a big difference between the game sucking and the player sucking at the game. This is clear case of the player sucking at the game.



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I thought it was kinda easy, after you get used to controls.

 



Seems like that's the whole point. You're supposed to be confused because that is what the character in the game is experiencing. What do you want? A walkthrough?



@ Rol: I know its a great game and I believe it gets less confusing, I also understand that the desiners wanted to make the beginning a little confusing to add to the horror aspect of the game but I still think its a questionable choice to expose the player to such randomness unprepared...

Maybe I should try this game again... but it might take me a while with all the games comming out soon...



 

 

 

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I didn't have the same problem, i saw my dead driver burning in the clearing in the middle of the town, marched in there like John Wayne and was promptly killed.

Second time i noticed the open door, the only one in the village incidently, so went in there which triggered the cut scene. Once you've got the shotgun it's just a matter of running and gunning a little or finding a nice safe wall to put your back to, only pulling out the shotty when it's absolutely necessary. I ended up on the roof and because all the guys can see you, you kill your quota pretty quickly.

Now that i think about it there are a couple of other spots where the trigger for progression may not be very obvious either but most of the time it's right in front of you.



misteromar mk4 said:
There is a big difference between the game sucking and the player sucking at the game. This is clear case of the player sucking at the game.

 

 agree...also the op is not going to be happy when he will have to beat gerradors at the castle..haha



RolStoppable said:
El Duderino said:

^^ Its not a shooter... you are supposed to survive and walking into a crowd of zombies with very limited ammo is not a very good survival strategy... this game gives you very mixed signals on what you are supposed to do... and thats the polite version...

I understand that the beginning of the game can be confusing if you aren't greedy as me and kill everyone without thinking twice, but after the village scene it should be clear that you are supposed to kill pretty much everything you can, because it's a good way to get money which you need to upgrade your weapons. Also, the ammo is plenty in this game, just don't start to think that you have to use the knife to save ammo. The game adapts to your playing style, so if you solve all your problems with guns instead of the knife, you get more ammo from the enemies.

 

 The knife is not a bad things though.  I love it, things like the Krauser fight where you pretty much have to go with the knife are some of my favorite parts.  I love swinging the wii-mote as your knife fighting.



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Only 1 chain saw guy appears when you get the shotgun,there isn't a second one,also the game get's much better.



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smallflyingtaco said:
RolStoppable said:

I understand that the beginning of the game can be confusing if you aren't greedy as me and kill everyone without thinking twice, but after the village scene it should be clear that you are supposed to kill pretty much everything you can, because it's a good way to get money which you need to upgrade your weapons. Also, the ammo is plenty in this game, just don't start to think that you have to use the knife to save ammo. The game adapts to your playing style, so if you solve all your problems with guns instead of the knife, you get more ammo from the enemies.

 The knife is not a bad things though.  I love it, things like the Krauser fight where you pretty much have to go with the knife are some of my favorite parts.  I love swinging the wii-mote as your knife fighting.

The knife definitely comes in handy when you fight Krauser. But I have heard from some people that they were always low on ammo even though they used the knife a lot. Well, that was their problem. Not using a lot of ammo greatly reduces how much ammo you receive from enemies.

Of course when I say use ammo, I mean to actually hit the enemies. Firing bullets in the air won't do you any good.



Legend11 correctly predicted that GTA IV (360+PS3) would outsell SSBB. I was wrong.

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