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In Topic: Immersion and plate armour (Spoilers - don't read if you've played less than 1 hour of TW 2)
06.12.2013 @ 14:22
ReptilePZ said:I agree with the OP, you don't just go through both sides of a plate armour and a body with a sword: ›››
Unless you are inhumanly strong mutant with sword made out of space alloy sharpened by Gnomes in their extremely hi-tech forges. Just sayin'
03.12.2013 @ 01:23
Guy N said:They crashed on a steep curve posted 15, not a straight and level stretch where the limit of 45 is meaningful. The driver knew the area well and knew the car well, and alcohol was not involved. I'm still thinking too fast to handle a mechanical failure, not an exhibition of speed or reckless driving. ›››
Well it depends how we define reckless driving. For me if you drive so fast that you have no chance to survive "mechanical failure" and after crash your car looks like this:
then it is reckless driving. But I guess, I'm boring person
02.12.2013 @ 16:18
Sirnaq said:That's Vesemir though. ›››
Yes... if Vesimir would be shorter than Geralt and if he would have legs two times thinner than Geralt.
02.12.2013 @ 11:50I have seen a lot of complains that game is too hard on normal difficulty and a lot of complains that game is too easy on hard difficulty (and dark difficulty didn't help - it had the same flaws that hard difficulty had). So I agree with CDPR that difficulty in their games was a mess and they should fix that.
I want difficulty level that will be hard through the whole game, not only in the first act.
02.12.2013 @ 11:46
Guy N said:There is no evidence here of irresponsible driving. ›››
They crashed in place where speed limit was 45mph. Nobody know how fast they were driving, but definitely it wasn't 45 mph.