Originally Posted by Vhati;13407653
This is a perfect example of a noob.
Call in an AA turret and enemies cannot spawn on top of you. AA turrets will prevent enemies from spawning in a pretty good distance. When you Assault a point, it is a good idea to destroy the local AA turrets so reinforcements can drop in, then you toss down your AA turret and the enemy cannot spawn in to try and retake the point.
Shields take to long to kill someone, well take ammo that deals extra damage to shields instead.
The learning curve in this game is probably bigger than any game in recent history.
Right, because having AA turrets everywhere is the solution...
. How do you take ammo, last time I checked you have to unlock ammo, and even then its still to slow. I like my firefights fast. It feels like a slower version of Tribes 2.
I agree with the learning curve, but theres a point where I shoot someone in the head with a sniper, they should die, shields or no shields. God help if theres someone lagging, the teleporting is abnoxious.
Those are just my opinions on the game, I can tell you don't agree, but thats basically because we have different playing styles. I like CS:S, UT, Quake, which although its on the UT3 engine, does not feel similar in any way.
Originally Posted by Gib007;13420693
You don't, trust me. It's just a way for banks to screw you over for interest and keep you in the slavery hamster wheel. I'm ok with my credit card, though. I have a measly £250 limit and interest-free purchases for 54 days. When I do indeed use it, I pay it back in full well within the 54 days and the bank gets nothing in interest. Still, a lot of people are VERY irresponsible with "credit". Banks disgust me.
I am not a fan of it, but thats how they make money and assure that you will pay it back. When you pay with credit, they are taking the risk. Its not the banks fault if a person cannot pay it back on time, people just get crazy saying they will pay it back, and never do.Edited by Limes - 5/7/11 at 3:18pm