Playing as a warrior in Angband, I happened to find two (okay, more than two) rings of teleportation ... with the caveat that they increase my speed by +2 each.
This got me thinking about how I can use them as some sort of stragy. The best I came up with is equipping both and ripping through low levels to kill uniques and fill out empty equipment, but other than that, I got nothing.
At high levels, the random teleportation can easily mean instant death if you end up in the wrong place.
Once you reach a fairly high level (20ish), use it to scour lower-level dungeons for uniques and defeat them.
and still only got 2 stars, my final score was around 35000. Are there any factors other than speed that contribute to a high score? Such as killing with subdue, accuracy etc. ...Playing on the PS3 version of Goldeneye 007 Reloaded. Just completed my first MI6 OPS mission (station - stealth) and I used default modifiers and got myself two stars for the effort. Bearing in mind I did it in about 3.5 mins, what do I need to do to get 4 stars? I know making it more difficult will probably do the trick, but what "Difficulty Rating" do I want to aim for to make 4 stars
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I've had a 60GB Playstation 3 model since 2007. It got replaced by Sony because of YLOD a few years back. For as long as I can remember the fans goes up to full-speed whatever the console is doing. The noise is the same if it's playing the latest game or is just in the XMB. So I decided today that I should open up the machine and remove all the dust. So I opened it up and when I got to the big... so maybe if there is a heat sensor at the HDD that I can replace? Can that be the problem that causes the fan to go to full-speed and make all that noise?
I'm looking at getting the "Full Speed Run" trophy in Braid on PS3. The description of the trophy is: Did some kind of speed run through the game. So, two questions: Do I have to get all the puzzle pieces, or can I just plow through the levels? Do I have to beat the challenge time, or can I take as long as I need?
increases the health of the dragon to such high levels that the battle is more of a long drawn-out war of tedium than it is fun and rewarding. As the apprentice, I generally wind up running around from tower to tower repairing rather than engaging the dragon, making the process even more arduous. Is there any way I can place towers around the outside edge of the castle to shorten the length of the battle? If I build some apprentice towers on the edge of the castle, facing outward, will they hit the dragon as he flies past? Does it depend on range? Does it depend on missile speed?
, meaning if I place light around key areas on the edge they should be driven straight to the center. It seems to be helping so far, at least in some limited testing. Edit 2: I have been looking at the decompiled version of the game code and I haven't found a great deal. From a quick glance it seems that Endermen simply behave as any other mob when they are not in the random teleportation state. And that means they should have a random path applied at random times, which means the light levels shouldn't matter. This doesn't match up with what I've observed though, so maybe I missed something in my
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of the launch/config options, but nothing seems to help much. The machine I'm using is not exactly a gaming rig, but I think it should be enough (to run at sorta-playable speed, with ultra-low settings). I have heard that the official requirements (which I meet) are pretty out-of-date, but I also thought I saw a couple people with similar specs say they got it going under Windows. (I'll try to source that later, although the comparison may be less-than-useful - OpenGL version vs. a DirectX version) So, are there any particular settings I should try? Most of the guides I've seen are several
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