Originally posted by Gregory:Which is fair enough, but to heal you need power - and you can only get more power by collecting the blue spheres. This means at some point in long battles, you need to run into the thick of it just to "recharge".
Seems sound; however, I was thinking that the healing thing is well worth sticking to so I was going to look at a sniper rifle or some such so I could hang back a bit and stay out of the thick of it.
The healing thing takes about 4-5 seconds so I need to be out of the way whilst doing it or I get anally rammed with a traffic cone.
I will give it another go then Greg but for me the game just feels a bit……pointless I suppose. It feels to me like endlessly running about without really achieving anything.
Originally posted by Gregory:It is a difficult question to answer - since the difficulty of the level you are playing, number of players and number of enemies all factor into that. The better a weapon is, the more kills you will get too - so you will find once a weapon gets into "stride", the levels will fly by.
I have running tonight but I might hop on and do a bit of single player if I am back in time. This may be a bit of a ‘how long is a piece of string ‘question but how long (playing hour wise) does it take to get guns and stuff to level 30?
I didn’t realise that there were levels where you have to do a test, this means I am level 2.0 and I can’t get the shotgun thing Greg was on about.Yeah, the Hek requires mastery rank 4.0 - I mentioned that here.
Last edited 7 Aug 2013 at 08:34.