Swat 3. Screw compliance, i was playing the game like rainbow 6. obviously my respect and my results weren't impressing the law enforcement, but screw em. i was going after terrorists and they were going to shoot to kill. They weren't going to comply if i told them to. Half the time i was playing that game it reminded me of an action movie where they send in the SWAT teams that get massacred before a lone action hero takes on the terrorists and wins. Screw that. I was going to be judge dread.
Reminded me of my time when playing Grid, when it first got released, didn't take racing lines, didn't feather the throttle and didn't care about damage, lol, they are all wrong choices. I revisited the game after a year when I had free time and then thought..."okay, I did it all wrong".
Then was the upgrades in NFS Underground. The inability to migrate a unique part to another car in career mode was mentioned in NFS Underground 2, only.
Same here. Initial defense, build air power to command the map, then break out. I spent a summer ~15 years ago beating C&C Generals Zero Hour's wonderful Generals Challenge mode on Brutal difficulty, and decided it was way too much like work. That's my last 'hardest' game play, apart from getting comfy at Emperor level in Civ4—which still has 2 more difficulty levels above it!I've learned how to play RTS games properly, but I don't like to play that intensely. I prefer to take my time. This is also why I gravitate to turtling strategies
Same hit me early in Far Cry New Dawn. Doing my usual toodling around the countryside looking for trouble, and I found it. What turned out to be a Level 3 cougar casually munched thru my full clip of Level 1 AK 47 like it was confetti.I was supposed to be upgrading and installing new weapons throughout the game