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    Ambassador777's Avatar Junior Member
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    Hi. Ive just bought AC2[never played AC1] and have some questions.
    1./ Why when I punch someone does everybody backoff in a line, unlike RDR or GTA.
    2./ Why does the game always go black[ espeacially when I run] and people then become illuminous making finding my destination on the map impossible because that dissapears as well.
    3./Is it possible to go into any of the buildings like RDR?
    The whole game seems weird, almost surreal and dreamlike.Not a criticism I just dont understand it and dont seem to be accomplishing much. Thnaks
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    Originally posted by Ambassador777:
    Hi. Ive just bought AC2[never played AC1] and have some questions.
    1./ Why when I punch someone does everybody backoff in a line, unlike RDR or GTA.
    2./ Why does the game always go black[ espeacially when I run] and people then become illuminous making finding my destination on the map impossible because that dissapears as well.
    3./Is it possible to go into any of the buildings like RDR?
    The whole game seems weird, almost surreal and dreamlike.Not a criticism I just dont understand it and dont seem to be accomplishing much. Thnaks
    1. Because this is a different game to RDR and GTA, both of which use the same engine.

    2. You're in Eagle Vision, you need to turn it off.

    3. Only some buildings can be entered in games, and then only during cut-scenes (If I remember correctly).
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    Thanks. I will turn off eagle vision.
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    1. That's just how the AI works.

    3. Only select buildings [most notably banks and the villa] can be entered.
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