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Gotta get the kid to school, why not.
@doa2169: No, that's Infinite Crisis.
This article is going to piss off a bunch of people that already hated the franchise. Their arguments of "how fake it is" have pretty much all gone up in smoke. I LOVE IT!!!
JESUS CHRIST PEOPLE!!! Here I am, just minding my business trying to mow down a bunch of bastards with 35 head shots in a row, and you want me to commit a virtual war crime with WHITE PHOSPHOROUS!
@Ohaidere: Not worse, just intentionally behind others. IGN still has that same problem every now and then
"If you enjoy Tarantino movies, go see Once Upon a Time in Hollywood--full stop."
Then it's definitely the film I expect, see you on cable.
If they're open to the multiverse in the future, we know he'll get a part. I'm fine with that.
@NoodleFighter: Serously, thanks for bringing up Specters. I was taking my time getting the pieces I need, but you bringing it up has lit a fire under my Tenno.
@cherub1000: It's funny because I'm pretty sure many of us did the same thing!
Just close the game, that's your "save and quit" as far as I know on console.
Weapons can be bought, but it's cheaper to build them through blueprints. When it comes to mods, just click the appropriate thumbstick (R I think) while looking at mods for an piece of equipment and let the game choose for you until you figure it out a bit more.
NoodleFighter is correct, hardly anyone brings up Specters. I'm going to throw a dart at the board and say that it's probably because I haven't found a mission where it was required for you to make one yet. As you go along, you'll see people with items or equipment that you don't have access to yet (ARCHWING!!!!). I saw people flying around waaay faster than me when I first started and all I knew is that I wanted one. I eventually got to the mission to get the blueprint for it on the next planet.
Thanks NoodleFighter, I now want to play around with Specters for the next few hours.
Yes, it can be overwhelming at first. If you plan on trying this game, start looking for the Wiki right after you start the download, or look up YouTube beginner guides. Don't feel like you're "cheating" or taking the easy route. If you're playing on a console, it always isn't clear when a simple button press can open an entirely new window.
Yes, it can be a grindfest. The key (again, WIKI) is to know what in the hell you are looking for and where to find it. Plenty of blueprints will come your way, but sometimes what you need to build it is on a planet you can't get to yet. Staying with the main quest will pretty much get you what you need, but many sidequests/event style missions can get you some valuable materials earlier than when you can normally farm them
Yes, it's F2P. Once you get past the size it may take up on your storage, if you're the type that just likes to blow up enemies every once in awhile, it's worth it. If you're the type that normally sucks at FPS's online but enjoy single player experiences, it's worth it. You can play most missions solo, and even if you're terrible online, others in your squad will normally still finish the mission and you'll get something out of it. They may not opt to play with you next mission, but you still got 15,009 credits, a Prime blueprint and 2 rare relics!
Written by a Rank 3 that still needs to finish building their 2nd frame...
Use your keyboard!
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