Well couldn't resist lol. Was wanting to wait for sale but I liked the demo and it ran well on high on my pc so I picked it up. I like the setting up the kill aspect. I still need to remember to use trip mines and stuff to help me out.(They're pretty darn cool by the way)
Love the silenced pistol. Slow to reload but quiet.
I suppose this sentrie's job was to guard the enemy sniper up above him that I was stalking. Took him down and on my way up, got spotted by another sniper on an adjacent rooftop. I dropped him where he sat.
A little sabatoge.
I think the coolest moment I had so far was right after I killed that sitting guard. I got killed a few times until I finally figured out where the offending snipers were. After I killed the guard, I crawled into a doorway looking out. With binocs I stalked the sniper stalking me. And he's good. I'm barely exposed and I see that he sees me. He slowly skalks back out of sight on the roof. I see him re-merge and then engage me. It takes me a couple of tries but I finally nail him. Now this of course alerts the sniper above me that I've been after the whole time. I switch over to my MP40 that I picked up and just lay prone in the door way. Sure enough I hear footsteps and litteraly see a shadow thanks to the great lighting effects. I wait and as soon as he runs in, wham!
Pretty darn cool. Has some funky stuff like some of the sound effects are way to echoy and clunky but all in all its great so far. And I'm playing on elite with tough enemies that will hunt you down and no visual indicators or tagging. This makes it more challenging but rewarding at the same time. You have to really rely on spotting movement and silhouettes. Man playing this on hard makes you realize how whimpy Advanced Warfighter-type games makes the virtual soldier lol.
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