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#46    Shakezulah

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Posted 17 July 2004 - 03:24 AM

i never played Dino Crisis 2, although i played a demo of the first that came with RE3. didnt like it much. it was kinda hard. the third game looked kinda dumb. the plot was stupid too. bringing the far past to the far future...blah. you know that games sh** when u read about it for the first time. besides, it was on  that sh** machine Xbox.

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Posted 17 July 2004 - 03:57 AM

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i never played Dino Crisis 2, although i played a demo of the first that came with RE3. didnt like it much. it was kinda hard. the third game looked kinda dumb. the plot was stupid too. bringing the far past to the far future...blah. you know that games sh** when u read about it for the first time. besides, it was on  that sh** machine Xbox.

I actually enjoyed both Dino Crisis games. Im more into the Dinosaur gig than the Zombie thing. Either way both Dino and Resident E. are great games. thumbsup.gif  

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Posted 17 July 2004 - 04:20 AM

another great survival horror game for the PS2 is Extermination. its about some kind of tactical squad go to investigate an Arctic base and they discover some kinda virus thats been infecting people and turning them into some really gruesome looking monsters. its really fun but kinda hard at times. and its you dont have to have the feeling of being lonely like you do in other survival horror games because you ge to meet a lot of other characters including your team but most of them die anyways. Burnside, i think this is a game you would really like. rent it sometime when youre not busy and i think youll find it quite good.

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Posted 17 July 2004 - 04:27 AM

QUOTE (hereticdude666 @ Jul 17 2004, 05:20 AM)
another great survival horror game for the PS2 is Extermination. its about some kind of tactical squad go to investigate an Arctic base and they discover some kinda virus thats been infecting people and turning them into some really gruesome looking monsters. its really fun but kinda hard at times. and its you dont have to have the feeling of being lonely like you do in other survival horror games because you ge to meet a lot of other characters including your team but most of them die anyways. Burnside, i think this is a game you would really like. rent it sometime when youre not busy and i think youll find it quite good.

Hey have you played the game Run Like Hell ( RLH )? I haven't got a chance to if you have is it worth buying?

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Posted 17 July 2004 - 04:59 AM

yeah i have. ive beaten it too. and they really left it open for a sequel. but there is no news on one yet. the music in the game is by my third fav band Breaking Benjamin. and their new album just came out and its really good. as for RLH, i loved the game and i still plan on buying it. so yeah, i think you should buy it. but even if you dont like it, its ok cuz the game is like 15 bucks so its not really wasting anything.

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Posted 17 July 2004 - 05:06 AM

QUOTE (hereticdude666 @ Jul 17 2004, 05:59 AM)
yeah i have. ive beaten it too. and they really left it open for a sequel. but there is no news on one yet. the music in the game is by my third fav band Breaking Benjamin. and their new album just came out and its really good. as for RLH, i loved the game and i still plan on buying it. so yeah, i think you should buy it. but even if you dont like it, its ok cuz the game is like 15 bucks so its not really wasting anything.

Cool Ill do that. It looked awesome I thought it was more expensive though?

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Posted 17 July 2004 - 05:08 AM

no no. its not expensive at all. its been out since last october. you can get it used for like 15 or new for 20. go to gamespot. theyll be sure to have it there.

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Posted 17 July 2004 - 05:20 AM

GTA:SA is gonna rock. ill have to chek out those screens. and i really like extermination. a lot of ppl dunt. but i did. man i beat that like...wow...2 yrs ago. i gotta get my gaming back. cool.gif


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Posted 17 July 2004 - 05:21 AM

Does anyone remember the Blood Code for Mortal Kombat?

Im not sure if I remember it, I think it went like abacba start.

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Posted 17 July 2004 - 05:27 AM

why has no one answered my Hunter the Reckoning question yet?

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Posted 17 July 2004 - 05:30 AM

QUOTE (hereticdude666 @ Jul 17 2004, 12:27 AM)
why has no one answered my Hunter the Reckoning question yet?

I will if you repost it.  lol.  I don't feel like sifting through the posts.

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Posted 17 July 2004 - 05:35 AM

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anyone whos ever played the original Hunter The Reckoning and has beaten it or has gotten farther that the prison roof, i need help. where are all of the survivors?

Ah.  I've played+beaten the game on Nightmare and Normal mode.  What character arae you using? (If you're not using the Defender or Martyr, you're going to have some hard time on the Prison Roof.  TONS of Gargoyles, Vampires, and Zombies on that level).  The best way to describe it is...  GO ALL ACROSS THE LEVEL AND KILL EVERYTHING IN SIGHT.  </end>

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Posted 17 July 2004 - 05:35 AM

i asked if anyone has every played the original Hunter the Reckoning and if you have and you beaten it or got past the prison roof, then i need help. where are all of the survivors

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Posted 17 July 2004 - 05:46 AM

oops! sorry. we must have posted at the same time. i am using Defender most of the time. usual when i play, i have my friend play too and we still cant beat it. we killed everything really dangerous but it still sad we needed to find survivors.

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Posted 17 July 2004 - 05:53 AM

QUOTE (Erin Czerniak)
18. Hospital Roof
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Enemies Encountered: Gargoyles, Zombies, Vampires, Blue Specters
Weapons Possible: Machinegun, Shotgun, Flamethrower, Rocket Launcher

"This catwalk will take you to the Prison Infirmary building. Enter
through the roof and find a way to Death Row."

**Quick walkthrough strategy for this level**
**It is possible to run through this level quickly, but I wouldn't
recommend it. Patience and strategy are key elements in making it
through these next few levels without losing all your life and ammo.
However, if you just want to get this done and over with, clear out the
area that you start out in so that you have access to a Health Glyph.
Go over the bridge, don't bother talking to the bystander because you
don't really need to and it just takes time and effort. Continue
running across the bridge, take a right at the end, and then take the
first left you come to, where you should find two Gargoyles and a
Flamethrower that will respawn twice more in front of a gate. After you
kill the third Flamethrower guy, go through the gate and hug the left
wall. Run past the first little building and start looking for a
Flamethrower guy who should appear a little further ahead and to your
right. He has your key. Kill him and grab the Rocket Launcher (more
towards the right, next to one of the other small buildings) if you
want on the way out. Go directly across to find the Hostage area, and
after you clear out this part, you are ready to leave the level.**

For an extra challenge, try saving all the hostages without any loss of
life. (on their part -- and yours)

**Complete Walkthrough for this level**
Immediately you should see a Red Gargoyle drop out of the sky in front
of you and another drop in behind you. Quickly run to the left and go
atop a ramp from which you can shoot fairly safely. There are some
Zombies with guns, so you'll have to dance around a little, but this is
probably the safest place simply because they don't know how to climb
very well. You'll probably get four more Gargoyles, but if you need a
Health Glyph there's one in the upper-middle section of this rooftop.
(In other words, it's a pretty straight shot up from your start point;
you should see it from the ramp)

You should trigger some Vampires from which you can pick up a
Machinegun near the Health Glyph. Go over towards the right to kill
more Zombies and pick up some Shotguns from there, and then head over
to the walkway on the far right.

There is an innocent to save on the walkway, and you can pick up some
Shotguns from the Zombies. Talk to the Bystander who says, "I saw some
women with guns herd a bunch of people over that bridge and onto the
infirmary roof. Rescue them before entering the Infirmary."

Right after reading this three Vampires will appear, and if you don't
shoot them almost immediately, you will lose this Bystander. (Not that
it's crucial to the game, but that's no reason to let the poor thing
suffer) Something quick like a Machinegun is good to keep them off
balance enough so that they can't attack back.

Follow the path all the way down, and kill four Gargoyles and some
Zombies when it connects onto the other rooftop. Here you can either go
left or right, so I'm going to start with left.

A bunch of Zombies and some Vampires are going to spawn here, so use
the small buildings as cover, and you should be able to pick up several
Machineguns from the Vampires. Go along the left side to rescue an
innocent, and then towards the back to find a Health Glyph and another
innocent towards the right. You should also be able to pick up some
Shotguns from enemies over here. Come back around the right for more
Exp, or if you prefer you can go over the skylight windows to avoid
enemies.

Now go back to the walkway to go the other direction. You may encounter
four more red Gargoyles if you haven't already triggered them. There
are actually several groups of four Gargoyles on the rooftop in total,
so don't be surprised to see them coming one right after the other.

If you follow along the right wall you will come to a locked gate with
a building in front of it, which is where the level exit Glyph is. Go
left to pick up a Machinegun, but don't go into that gate yet. If you
go close to the gate you will trigger some Gargoyles and Flamethrowers
guys, so be aware of that.

For now, go straight past the gates on down the roof to where an
another innocent is cowering, fighting the Gargoyles and Zombies along
the way. Once you get to the end where it splits to the right and to
the left, you'll get about a bazillion Gargoyles, but there's a
Conviction Glyph on the left side, so use you melee weapons or Edges,
and you should be fine.

There is a Machinegun to the right side, and once you're all set you
can go back to the gate that is located to the left of the Exit area.
(In other words, the area that is to the right after you cross the
bridge and then the first left that you can make)

You may be able to pick up a Flamethrower from one of the guys outside
this gate. Two Gargoyles and Three Flamethrowers should appear, and
kill them all before you go through the gate, because once you kill the
*third* Flamethrower guy outside this gate it will trigger the
Flamethrower guy with the key *inside* the gate that you need to get to
reach the hostages.

Once you go in, you'll have four Vampires show up, so kill them quickly
before they take too much life off your meter. Further ahead on the
right is a Rocket Launcher, and on up ahead are two more innocents and
a Shotgun to their left.

There is a Flamethrower Zombie in this area with your key if you killed
all the Flamethrowers outside, so carefully take out all the creatures
in this area. (They will probably drop several more Shotguns too) Go
back out the gate and to the right of the Exit Glyph to use the key on
the locked gate.

The hostages that you have to save are just ahead. When you go through
the gate, you'll trigger some Gargoyles, but don't go too far ahead
just yet; try to stay back and kill the Gargoyles first.

After that, move forward and you will hear a hostage scream that
they're going to kill her. If you're still fighting the Gargoyles, it's
probably OK, but you want to make saving the hostages your priority.
When you see the Vampires materialize and start to shoot at the
hostages, that's when you need to get over there and start saving them
ASAP.

It is pretty likely that one hostage will die, and as far as I can tell
this is *almost* unavoidable. You can use Martyr and activate her speed
Edge (right after killing the Gargoyles) to run over there quickly and
save the hostages before the Vampires start shooting them. Try to run
quickly through the group to free them, starting with the one at the
right, and working your way around clockwise.

I also used Martyr and had a friend use Judge, and after a bazillion
tries, we saved *all* the hostages by letting Judge lead ('cause he's
so darn slow) and then using Martyr to run up to save the innocents
while Judge took out the Vamps with the awesome crossbow. The vampires
trigger right after the spot where the Gargoyles appear, so be ready to
run when you hear them scream.

If a hostage dies, that hostage will turn into one of those Blue
Specters and start attacking you. (It's really no big deal if you lose
one or two hostages, but be careful not to lose any more than two
otherwise you have to start the level all over again) Machinegun (Or
Judge's Crossbow) is best for this part because it kills quickly and
you get a lot of replacements from the Vampires when they die.

Once you rescue the hostages, you are free to leave the level, and if
you need more ammo, you can go further back in the hostage area to
trigger some more Vampires. You do trigger quite a few though, so take
this back area carefully.

Try to make sure all the Hunters have maximum ammo for as many weapons
as possible, and refill your meters, because next you go inside... the
Hospital.


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