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Old 2010-01-14, 03:02   Link #601
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The generally accepted strategy on High Explosive co-op is for both players to be in the house on the far right of the map. The house has a single entrance, with a closed room that has a dresser in it. One player goes prone behind the dresser, while the other player stands in the doorway to the room. The player in the doorway simply knifes the juggernauts as they walk into the house, blocking the doorway as he gets downed. Once downed, that player continues to knife the juggernauts until he gets shot, at which point the player hiding behind the dresser revives him. Rinse and repeat for all 10 juggernauts (about 10 minutes of work). It's cheap, and boring, but it works.

On the last mission (Amor Piercing), I just hid in the tower (where you hid in the campaign, and detonated the C4) with the .50 cal. There's a crack you can snipe through at the juggernauts down the pathway. Took down all 15 juggernauts without taking damage, on my first try. Again, cheap, and boring, but it works.

Hardest ones IMO were Snatch & Grab, and Wetwork. Both took about ten to fifteen tries to finish solo.
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Old 2010-04-29, 21:20   Link #602
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I just had my first big wow moment/experience with a game this year when I was playing the single player campaign:

Spoiler for Cinematography in gaming:


So there you go folks, Kaioshin does in fact enjoy things in entertainment and can show appreciation for them.
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Old 2010-05-10, 23:53   Link #603
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Glad to hear that, Kaoshin

On related note, I really need to beat Hidden with perfect score. Stupid AI enemy sniper always getting a hit on me also, has anyone heard of Call of Duty: Black Ops?
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Old 2010-05-11, 11:22   Link #604
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Glad to hear that, Kaoshin

On related note, I really need to beat Hidden with perfect score. Stupid AI enemy sniper always getting a hit on me also, has anyone heard of Call of Duty: Black Ops?
Yup we have->http://forums.animesuki.com/showthread.php?t=93494
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Old 2010-05-11, 11:49   Link #605
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i dont want to play a new CoD game if theres no price or soap.
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Old 2010-06-12, 17:24   Link #606
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Seiyus of MW2 in Japan. This is all I know so far.

John "Soap" MacTavish - Koichi Sakaguchi
Shepard - Tetsu Inada
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Old 2010-06-13, 11:49   Link #607
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I just had my first big wow moment/experience with a game this year when I was playing the single player campaign:

Spoiler for Cinematography in gaming:


So there you go folks, Kaioshin does in fact enjoy things in entertainment and can show appreciation for them.
I agree. That was an excellent scene (I just beat the game recently after finally getting it to work on my PC).

The
Spoiler for later level:
mission in general also has that factor for me.
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Old 2010-07-04, 21:09   Link #608
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Got some stuff from Magicbox about MW2 in Japan.

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Square Enix annnounced that over 500,000 copies of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare have shipped in Japan, Modern Warfare 2 sold over 300,000 units and Modern Warfare sold over 200,000 copies in Japan. This is a success as first person shooters are not popular in Japan.
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Old 2010-07-05, 04:25   Link #609
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hmm infinty ward seems to be at war with treyarch. lol. infinty ward lost a lot of their game developers so they teamed up with bungie (makers of Halo).
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Old 2010-07-05, 05:08   Link #610
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hmm infinty ward seems to be at war with treyarch. lol. infinty ward lost a lot of their game developers so they teamed up with bungie (makers of Halo).
Huh?

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Got some stuff from Magicbox about MW2 in Japan.
That's pretty damn impressive actually, considering that Gears of War was noted as doing particularly good in the Japanese market with I think 80,000 unit sold largely due to it being a graphically immerse 3rd person shooter.
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Old 2010-07-05, 22:39   Link #611
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I know. Despite the censoring Square Enix did to their Japanese copies. I still wanna get it just to hear the seiyus like Tetsu Inada.
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Old 2010-07-06, 02:27   Link #612
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hmm infinty ward seems to be at war with treyarch. lol. infinty ward lost a lot of their game developers so they teamed up with bungie (makers of Halo).
521JI, are you referring to Activision getting into a dispute with the heads of Infinity Ward, firing them which resulted in that mass exodus of employee's from the company? And then Activisions subsequent publishing announcement with Bungie?

Technically they'd been working the deal out months before things started going bad at IW.
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