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GCP_Leader
08-17-2010, 01:19 AM
Well, you discovered that I did not take any summer vacation away home this year, this is why I purchased that PS3... So, before, then after leaving my swimming pool, I practice some R6V-II. 8 hours a day since two months is a good practice.

By playing the same TH map 50 times, one can discover the programming behind the terro behaviour.

Example #1 : a terro who climbs down a rope has always the same morphologic position when reaching the ground. So, if you need to increase your head Shot counter, just post yourself close to a rope, adjust accurately your first shoot to the first terro head, then keep the position. All other terro will have the same behaviour, i.e. put their head exactly in the same place. You then just have to fire fearlessly (sp ?) and that's 6 HS more (try within the Training Center map, first floor on the right...) http://forums.ubi.com/groupee_common/emoticons/icon_smile.gif

Example #2 : in the MurderTown map, when starting the round, instead of dying stupidly when reaching the first floor (REALISTIC mode, obviously), try to go to the big cement hose. The guy upstairs on the terrasse will *not* see you (thanks, UbiSoft programmer!). If you go straight to the hose, the guy is waiting for you, then his pal is behind the 200 L. tanks in the room on the right. If you have a look around to see if the first one is standing at the end of the hose, he will *not*, but rather will be inside the next room, waiting for you, his pal looking in the other direction, close to the opened window (good position for a discrete HS, worth saying...)

Example #3 : in Import-Export http://forums.ubi.com/images/smilies/heart.gif if you reach the café by the left, the entrance inside is empty. If you reach it by the right hand side, there are three tangos waiting for you. What I do is walk to the door (which is the tangos triggering location) then back to the left windows. Surprize, the T are suddently here !

Could be fun to post all this kind of discoveries http://forums.ubi.com/groupee_common/emoticons/icon_cool.gif