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Apr 30, 2013 @ 3:29pm
In topic No gold for 8 hours playtime. Seriously?
You're probably not mining the gold rocks then.
Apr 29, 2013 @ 4:26pm
In topic Is it just me?
Originally posted by Gary The Crow Snail:
or is the game pretty boring? I just dont feel like leveling up lol

I thought this was serious until I saw, "lol."
Apr 29, 2013 @ 4:17pm
In topic Multiplayer, is any good?
Did you really just ask, "Should I buy a Far Cry game for multiplayer?"
If so, please leave, you are not worthy of this game.
Apr 9, 2013 @ 5:59pm
In topic What day did you die on your first playthrough?
Roughly 4-6. I was trotting through a swamp o- SUDDENLY TENTACLES.
Mar 31, 2013 @ 10:27am
In topic The two gun limit is an improvement.
I have a deep hate for the two weapon inventorty, but I don't think it hurt my playthrough at all, I pretty much agree with you OP.
Mar 31, 2013 @ 10:15am
In topic BIggest failure in current gaming history?
I don't see what the bother was. Just play on easy and you'll die less :P
Mar 31, 2013 @ 10:13am
In topic Reviews Vs Personal
This game is easily my favorite game of all time, I loved ever bit of it. It's not perfect, but it sure was one hell of an experience.
Mar 31, 2013 @ 9:28am
In topic Co-Op
I was told by a dear friend of mine there is a mod for that.
I thought it was pretty good.
Mar 30, 2013 @ 9:44am
In topic Two guns curse
Originally posted by manoj.damani:
From what I see, most of the guns were actually♥♥♥♥♥♥ I took up a RPG and sniper rifle. Sniper rifle can be very very powerful. RPG can take out groups like nothing else. Use electro bolt traps to incapacitate any near enemy. I think the limit on weapons was to:
1) Make it more console friendly.
2) Make you use vigors more.
3) Make the game challenging.

However, the down side is that after the first play, you know what is coming and can adapt your strategy by picking the right weapons.

Pretty much, you should listen to this guy and stop your whining. If not, go play a game that allows you to carry a lot of weapons like Minecraft, Fallout, Far Cry 3, etc.
Jan 7, 2013 @ 1:32pm
In topic Truly a Horrible experience
"I can't believe I bought this trash."

It's a free game >_>
Dec 23, 2012 @ 4:56pm
In topic Could someone please explain the ending?
Originally posted by elix ¦ вlϊтz:
Edit: I didn't watch the linked video above before typing this response. I say about *half* the things that the video covers, but I think I'll leave this post here anyways. Just don't bother telling me that I'm being redundant, please.


I don't think I need a spoiler warning since this topic is "explain the ending".

Little Inferno has an underlying message of anti-consumerism. In Little Inferno, you buy tons and tons of toys. And you just burn them. They don't have meaning, they're just things to burn to unlock coins and combos. Your neighbour starts reaching out to you, trying to tell you that there is more than this. You just keep burning things.

Finally, you burn your house down, and Future Corporation has no feelings and isn't even sorry (they say they are, but they use generic customer service words that have no feeling or meaning behind them) about it. Your apathy has been broken by the very dramatic burning of your house, and you have had to actually walk out into the world. (One of the dialogue options with the postman is something like "I just discovered I exist" because until the game pulls you away from the fireplace, there's literally no thought about who "you" are.)

You (the guy sitting in front of the fireplace) just sat in front of your Little Inferno fireplace, burning toys to keep warm, as days and weeks and years went by. You never even turned your head to look at the postman as he delivered you your toys and things to throw into the fire. You just picked them up and threw them in the fire like a good little consumer, giving Future Corporation your money.

Finally, you got up (because your house burned down) and stepped back from the fireplace, only to see that there is a bigger world out there, a world beyond Future Corporation's products. Miss Nancy has regrets that she let go of all her dreams because she was too busy wrapped up in the day-to-day business of running a corporation. She forgot how to live. She stopped progressing forward in life, just like everyone else in town. Just like you.

The message is to shake yourself out of this. The message is to move forward. To live.

Ah, that explains quite a lot.
Dec 23, 2012 @ 4:48pm
In topic Is it good. Cause i really want it XD
It's awesome. I loved it.
Dec 18, 2012 @ 11:56am
In topic Demoman kinda sucks
Originally posted by :
Or learn to aim.
Dec 15, 2012 @ 4:53am
In topic City Steerts elevator glitch
You need to press the UP arrow key for it to work.
less qq more pew pew
Nov 21, 2012 @ 7:53pm
In topic episode 5 was a crock.
Didn't seem that short to me. It took me about the same as every episode, which was 5 hours. Overall I thought it was an excellent game, and I loved every single bit of it.
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