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CHOOSE
11-25-2010, 01:24 AM
Hey guys,

just wondering if anyone else has played this game yet. I just started playing it recently and it seems pretty good. Updated graphics and numerous ways to play (wii zapper, gamecube controller, classic controller, etc.).

So far I like it but I am only on the first mission. Just wanted to see what those of you have played it think of it.

Pervy
11-25-2010, 05:07 AM
Rented it last weekend. Only had time to play it for a few hours. It's pretty good. Controls took a while to get used to (was using a classic controller.) Had to customize them a little bit.

I found it started to get a bit too easy once I worked out you could take people out with melee in one hit. A lot of the time you could shoot them with one bullet, the enemy would flinch, this would give you time to run up to them to do a melee attack and take them out.

I found the best way to play the game though was to use stealth and try and take everyone out as well as the security cameras without being detected.

CHOOSE
11-25-2010, 10:34 AM
Rented it last weekend. Only had time to play it for a few hours. It's pretty good. Controls took a while to get used to (was using a classic controller.) Had to customize them a little bit.

I found it started to get a bit too easy once I worked out you could take people out with melee in one hit. A lot of the time you could shoot them with one bullet, the enemy would flinch, this would give you time to run up to them to do a melee attack and take them out.

I found the best way to play the game though was to use stealth and try and take everyone out as well as the security cameras without being detected.

lol I am not so good at shooters. Did not realize you could take out security cameras. I played online briefly and there is no support for chat or anything so it was like I was playing against silent enemies. Seems like you can play a lot of different ways (like being detected vs. being stealth).

I look forward to playing a little more often. One annoying thing is you can't skip through the little scenes between the action.

Pervy
11-25-2010, 06:02 PM
Yeah usually one bullet takes the cameras out. They stand out a fair bit by the light they give off. They're placed usually in the corners of the roof in some rooms.

Didn't get a chance to try multiplayer. I need to get a LAN adapter for my Wii.

CHOOSE
11-26-2010, 08:41 AM
Yeah usually one bullet takes the cameras out. They stand out a fair bit by the light they give off. They're placed usually in the corners of the roof in some rooms.

Didn't get a chance to try multiplayer. I need to get a LAN adapter for my Wii.
Will keep this in mind as I play later today.

I was playing golden gun and it was pretty competitive. Lots of places to snipe from. Apparently there is a way in multiplayer (perhaps offline) to limit the amount of time you can stand still to limit camping and keep action constant.

Deathstroke
11-26-2010, 02:41 PM
I'm getting it in a few weeks, I'll join anyone on the online multiplayer. Ethernet cable via LAN adapter. :) I'll probably start with the single player mode.