So did anyone else imagine Terezi as the sheriff of Lynchwood?
First timed mission: Get in a car, drive as fast as you can, ignore enemies, and parkour your way to each mailbox. That's what I did both times, and I had 30+ seconds left both time.
You could actually get two cars because there is a catch a ride near the lighthouse place guarded by hyperion.
So car 1 would be by the stalker guarded cave place, and car 2 would be on the other side of the map near the last two.
Teleport to car 1, hit that mailbox, drive to the lighthouse, hit that mailbox, drive to the catch a ride, teleport to car 2, and hit the remaining mailboxes.
Last edited by ikkonoishi; 09-22-2012 at 08:20 PM.
I just had a boss glitch out on me.
Catbread, I keep wanting to invite you, but then I get scared that one of us will have to stop being Axton.
my friend is kind of a fast driver like everyone who plays borderlands and decides to ram into a wall. we managed to break into this house which doesnt include any spoilers except for maybe revealing an npc that doesn't really matter? just in case ill just stick the link in this spoiler
we know that we aren't supposed to be there since we had to ram the light runner with boost into the window, and also because the unreal default checkerboard texture covered the ceilings and such
Bluh the menus are so buggy.
Part of the problem is my mouse doubleclicks some times when I click it.
Sometimes if you try and compare weapons the game stops responding to keypresses, and will not close the menu unless you click on the red X in the top right.
If you try to scroll through your items after marking items as good or trash it clears any marks you have made since you opened the menu.
If you click on the arrow to change pages to the right most page of the level up menu, and then click on the menu itself before it comes to the foreground you will switch to a non-existant menu one space to the right of the rightmost skill tree menu.
Often scrolling with the mousewheel will mess up, and the game will scroll in the opposite direction of the way you are rolling the wheel.
I wish there was an option to go back to the old menu style.
The skill up tree has an overview mode that would be great, but you can't interact with it.
Group games are so fun! But yeah, it's hard to look at all the jokes and trivia bits when everyone is rushing.
Last edited by The_Codfish; 09-23-2012 at 02:01 AM.
I set my game to friends only, but a friend of my brother's keeps getting in, and he annoys the piss out of me. He's impatient, he never shares the wealth, he's a friend of another friend who hates me, and I'm just WAITING for him to turn on me, and he's kinda... dumb as a rock.
And if someone else is the class he is, he'll yell at them to change. EVEN WHEN HE JOINS AFTERWARDS.
Yeah, I definitely want to play with you instead, Catbread. I usually have a fourth spot open, and if I had a sane person in it, then the insanes couldn't get in if they tried hahaha
I will gladly prevent crazies from joining your game by substituting my own, inoffensive brand of crazy!
the "damn constructor"
it ran away
How in the world was I supposed to kill it!? There were robots EVERYWHERE
I have a level 16 Zer0, level 10 Salvador, and level 7 Axton, if anyone has open spots. Zer0 is mostly my solo character, though.
There's no hope of me playing on the PC in an "ideal environment" anytime soon, but my buddy ordered it for the 360 and I might be able to get up on some co-op action. Class selection might be an issue, because our last conversation went something like:
"Everyone wants to play Zer0. A poll on [some website] had him leading at like 60%."
"I want to play Zer0."
Phase Lock meh. Apparently there is mind control though that sounds kinda boss.
Can I get some spoiler-free reactions on how it compares to the first game, please?
Phaselock is actually really cool, I thought it seemed kinda lame (doubly so compared to Phasewalk) but I'm finding it a lot more useful.
Plus it's incredibly stylish to toss some charging psycho into the air and then line up a neat headshot.