Truer words were never spoken. It must have taken me three months after
I purchased Lonewolf to be able to play the game on easy without having
serious problems playing it. That actually was why I got the game to
begin with. i know it was not going to be a game I would play and know
everything about it in ten minutes or less.
Remember mission 15? I refused to get spoilers, read walkthroughs, etc
on that level until I completed it once through myself. It took me at
least six months to figure out how to maneuver safely around the three
mines blocking the cave entrance and it was fun. When I finally solved
the puzzle i was happier than a duck in water. It was not an in instant
discovery, but after that mine fields of any kind were no problem. It
was that practice, trial and error, that made me a formatable player
now. Now, days on the hardest levels i will rip through the enemy
destroyers as if they weren't anything more harmful than bathtub toys.
Charles Rivard wrote:
Yes. And doing so takes learning and practice. You don't buy a gun
at a gun shop and already know what to do with it. You learn from
someone, then practice what they taught you until you get proficient
enough to use it safely. In the case of Lone Wolf, your teaching
tools can be the user's manual and experienced gamers, and the
practice is known as playing the game. Nobody does it right the first
time without help, I'll bet.
Pretty is as pretty does.
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