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Topic # 69537 10-Oct-2010 14:22
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hey guys,
title says it all
just up to the part where tk was bitten.
id rather leave him to die, but do i have to choice?
or is it better to save him?

thanks




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  Reply # 390164 10-Oct-2010 14:32
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save him. it is always nice to save lives when possible...







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  Reply # 390190 10-Oct-2010 17:05
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your being serious ae?




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  Reply # 390327 11-Oct-2010 08:23
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Spoilers much?..

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  Reply # 390425 11-Oct-2010 12:33
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the demo for this game made me want to put my foot through the tv.

It took what felt like 10mins before I could actually play, all tedious cutscenes and story.
Not what you want in a demo.

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  Reply # 390451 11-Oct-2010 13:18
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Didn't try the demo but the actual game is great, the intro/tutorial thing you only need to do once ever.

The actual game play is tons of fun, very easy to get distracted smashing zombies and not complete the timed story though heh.

As for the OP, save game right before then and try both see which you prefer the game sort of has multiple different endings.



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  Reply # 390557 11-Oct-2010 17:03
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woops !!!
just killed sully now and forgot to give tk zombrex LOL
i personally think that overtime seems to be a waste of time, and ending up with the same finish.
so now i restarted the story keeping level and stuff, i think dead rising would be better to have a mode with no time, and allow the user to go back and complete all uncompleted missions or something to that effect.
anyway games over, and i dont see it offering much else on singleplayer.
now the boring wait for medal of honor begins :D




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