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#2 GamerOuTLaWz
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Whoever doesnt agree with OP deff never played the game,or if you did,never took time to see EVERY god damn awesome hidden things included in the game.  THIS game,has enough content to keep you glued to your screen (if youre gonna play it in a old school way without spoiling everything with internet) for a year or more. Im sorry,but theres almost NO games out there with as much content,secrets,characters , such a vast and refreshing world and universe. SMRPG just does everything perfect a games shouldve went in that **** direction instead of going the bland,linear,short,w/o replayability way they're going nowadays. I miss the old gen of gaming where GAMES WERE ACTUALLY **** GAMES.


SMRPG = greatest game of all time.  and LOL at the clown denying this then coming with ''Fallout 1-2 and witcher'' HAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH  

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#3 GamerOuTLaWz
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How can you have 100% without knowing you could shoot rope-arrows?

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#4 GamerOuTLaWz
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EA has ruined a great gaming series. This DS3 is a huge disappointment. It's not just the lame saving feature either... there are weird glitches (setting down a bot or at the very beginning when you get that "this game saves automatically..." box, the game often freezes for a few seconds), the weapons customization is nothing but nonsense and a total bother that completely disrupts the game flow, I don't how many times I've seen map areas copied and pasted over and over and over ad naseum to a point where you start getting confused and turned around because so many areas look exactly the same. Even in the same areas they copy and paste parts over and over and you think you're going in circles. EA Corporate Greed run amok gentlement. 

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There's a logic on why you often revisit the same area,and thats when youre scavenging the shipwrecks in space,if you realise they're all called U.M.S something.  They're all the same brand of spaceships = all assembled and built the same way,just like a car. Theres no reason a spaceship company would differ their blueprints for every spaceship they would build making it a labyrinth/different to confuse its passengers. a U.M.S ship will have the same interior as another U.M.S ship.    In DS1 you have the USG ishimura which has a different inside and serves a different purpose.

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#5 GamerOuTLaWz
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yes. Im on my first playthrough on Impossible at chapter 16 and got 3 so far.

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#6 GamerOuTLaWz
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IMO (from the opinion of someone 30hrs in on his first playthrough and on impossible) Transducers are wayyyy more scarce than Tungstens. I have 600 Tungstens barely need them while every RIG updates i have left require 400-500 Transducers each. You dont find them much more often either and only Stasis packs will give you some when dismantling.

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#7 GamerOuTLaWz
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this game is awesome and just as good as the previous 2, Im deff having a blast for my money. First playthrough,on impossible,Im almost 30hrs in 65% completed.

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#8 GamerOuTLaWz
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This is terrible.(sorry for the bad english) I save and exit while in the middle of a Secondary mission,when I come back to play the game I load the same save,it puts me where I quit the MAIN QUEST last time,I still have my ressources/inventory I had while doing my secondary mission when I saved but I have to walk back to the **** secondary mission AND KILL EVERYTHING AGAIN FROM THE BEGINNING just to finally reach where I saved last time. It also wont save any of the previous secondary mission area I visited ,completed AND UNLOCKED for the tram on Tau Volantis. I had unlocked 3 of them and now theyre alll locked. Also the rooms that requires a Tongusten torque bar (something like that) reset when you save and exit and relaunch the game. Whats the point of saving in all this?? Im playing solo not online where each new games = a new server.   I play on impossible,so yes, having to kill everything again is sometime a pain the a** and takes time.

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#9 GamerOuTLaWz
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you did open the valve on the nose of the ship outside where you have to put the item??

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#10 GamerOuTLaWz
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You should be,the game is simply awesome. I hope you wont launch this game with a bad taste in your mouth thinking youre going to play crap,cause youll stick to that thought the whole time .I bought this game thinking I was going to play a fresh new DS game,and Im more than satisfied with this game so far. Lots of awesome elements, still frightening, Disgusting necromorphs,lots of replay value.