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    ServiusTheBear posted on Feb 19, 2012 9:06:44 AM - Report post
     
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    A trainer for a Demo?

    Seems there is...

    Now to go see if I can kill a tank with out dieing a 1000 deaths...

    Really? Then that reflects on your playing skills. Which is a shame.

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    Skyheart posted on Feb 19, 2012 9:21:03 AM - Report post
     
    quote:
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    quote:
    originally posted by rider200

    A trainer for a Demo?

    Seems there is...

    Now to go see if I can kill a tank with out dieing a 1000 deaths...

    Really? Then that reflects on your playing skills. Which is a shame.

    C'mon Serv- that comes across as somewhat elitist, not to mention unnecessarily rude/insulting (at least that's how I'd take it if it were directed at me).

    We're all better at some things where others aren't so good, and vice versa. For example: I ran through ME1 on the 360 without dying once, whereas when my friend played it - who is infinitely better at some games than I am - couldn't get through Eden Prime without dying a couple of times (and yes, on the same difficulty).

    Sometimes there's a trick to defeating something, and most people fall straight into the trick by accident, some because they think about it and watch the AI tactics, and others keep dying a few times before they figure it out because they don't necessarily see it straight away. It has nothing to do with playing skills.

    "Remember the good old days when you could just slap Omni-Gel on everything?" - Shepard, ME2

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    ServiusTheBear posted on Feb 19, 2012 12:39:20 PM - Report post
     
    quote:
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    quote:
    originally posted by ServiusTheBear

    quote:
    originally posted by rider200

    A trainer for a Demo?

    Seems there is...

    Now to go see if I can kill a tank with out dieing a 1000 deaths...

    Really? Then that reflects on your playing skills. Which is a shame.

    C'mon Serv- that comes across as somewhat elitist, not to mention unnecessarily rude/insulting (at least that's how I'd take it if it were directed at me).

    We're all better at some things where others aren't so good, and vice versa. For example: I ran through ME1 on the 360 without dying once, whereas when my friend played it - who is infinitely better at some games than I am - couldn't get through Eden Prime without dying a couple of times (and yes, on the same difficulty).

    Sometimes there's a trick to defeating something, and most people fall straight into the trick by accident, some because they think about it and watch the AI tactics, and others keep dying a few times before they figure it out because they don't necessarily see it straight away. It has nothing to do with playing skills.

    OK my bad. There has been times I have died actually 1000 times in certain games. Call me stubborn. Actually I am stubborn stupid family trait. Then I have smashed the controller into bits. But then I can go OTT some times.

    Sorry rider200.

    [Edited by ServiusTheBear, 2/19/2012 12:39:46 PM]

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    Skyheart posted on Feb 19, 2012 1:01:06 PM - Report post
     
    quote:
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    quote:
    originally posted by Skyheart

    quote:
    originally posted by ServiusTheBear

    quote:
    originally posted by rider200

    A trainer for a Demo?

    Seems there is...

    Now to go see if I can kill a tank with out dieing a 1000 deaths...

    Really? Then that reflects on your playing skills. Which is a shame.

    C'mon Serv- that comes across as somewhat elitist, not to mention unnecessarily rude/insulting (at least that's how I'd take it if it were directed at me).

    We're all better at some things where others aren't so good, and vice versa. For example: I ran through ME1 on the 360 without dying once, whereas when my friend played it - who is infinitely better at some games than I am - couldn't get through Eden Prime without dying a couple of times (and yes, on the same difficulty).

    Sometimes there's a trick to defeating something, and most people fall straight into the trick by accident, some because they think about it and watch the AI tactics, and others keep dying a few times before they figure it out because they don't necessarily see it straight away. It has nothing to do with playing skills.

    OK my bad. There has been times I have died actually 1000 times in certain games. Call me stubborn. Actually I am stubborn stupid family trait. Then I have smashed the controller into bits. But then I can go OTT some times.

    Sorry rider200.

    [Edited by ServiusTheBear, 2/19/2012 12:39:46 PM]

    Haha, I think we've all been there before

    "Remember the good old days when you could just slap Omni-Gel on everything?" - Shepard, ME2

    "Not right now. Trying to determine how Scale Itch got aboard. Sexually transmitted disease carried only by Varren..... Implications unpleasant." - Mordin, ME2
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