Discussion in 'Video Games' started by avvie, Dec 24, 2007.
Well, you know, I wouldn't want to hijack another's thread for this
so where are my tips ?
Don't drink and drive?
Yes, it was difficult to be both concise and correct at the same time.
yes, playing Burnout drunk is a prelude to porcelain preaching
If your game saved automatically, expect imminent death.
Work in a clockwise pattern consistently so as not miss anything.
Stay against walls.
After being stuck for 15 minutes, you can think about cheating and not feel guilty.
Do not read the instruction book, it might help.
In KOTOR (Mac version), I can't find the checkpoints/auto-save points, so I'm constantly making my own after great battles or long stretches not worth repeating.
I'm really surprised...I didn't think I'd like an RPG. The math drives me nuts, but I like the chance to stop, think and plan. I also like how the outcome is constantly changing based on your decisions and order of quests. It must be quite challenging to write these games.
you can save anytime, anywhere , and Puck's Tips suggest that you do so as often as you can ...... you can have over 100 save slots , so go ahead save away
I always save right before heading off on a side-quest or before pay-to-play events like Swoop Racing .. just in case something goes wrong, go back to the point before
Yep...wish i had saved before swoop racing :cry:
Brother, can you spare a dime for a padawan who's down on her luck?
BTW: I always play games as a female if possible...more fun to watch them run.
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