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I had trouble with some of the automatics (especially the reaper) until I figured out that crouching makes you more accurate. Overall, I didn't have much trouble with the firing range, mainly because it is short, easy to return, and without hazards. The campaign in that game however gives me all sorts of trouble...Sapper wrote: Btw a question to all: Which firing range challenge do you think was the hardest/most frustrating?
I sat nearly 2 hours on the Devastator gold challenge.
K7 Avenger (gold), Crossbow (gold) and Laser (silver) were also hard.
It's been a long while since I've completed them but for some reason the Reaper came instantly to mind. That thing is just so darned inaccurate that even the bronze is a pain to get.Sapper wrote: Btw a question to all: Which firing range challenge do you think was the hardest/most frustrating?
That's not an image I want in my mind, Mr Goss.dagoss wrote: I can't imagine how much 3-2 will bend me over and ravish me...
Really? I've never noticed them before.D.J Cat wrote:There is a Neo and Trinity face for starters.
I think he means lack of alien enemies. Shooting aliens is alright but shooting people is more fun somehow.D.J Cat wrote:Pelagic II has Elvis for the most part of it, so what do you mean by lack of aliens.
I dunno. It feels a bit like a generic shooter; endless corridors which all look very similar. There are plenty of guards to keep me occupied though... and I much prefer Pelagic to the emptiness of Crash Site.dataDyne wrote:You don't like Pelagic II? I love that level! Easily one of my favourite campaign missions, it's just so claustrophobic and packed full of guards at your disposal.