Every so often as I collect more and more Electoons, I get a notification that I've unlocked a new character at the Snoring Tree. Once I visited there, I found that there are in fact, a variety of characters to choose from, including Rayman, Globox, and some Teensies. It looks like I can also unlock many more based on the number of empty floating bubbles.
Are the different characters simply re-skins of one another? Do any of them have unique qualities that might affect the gameplay?
I didn't find anything from the other characters. I think they only are re-skins. Sadly, they don't have any unique qualities that difference one versus an other other then the appearance.
Well raymans punch seems to be the biggest, and Globox is extremely useful for stacking players, as he's the tallest.
I used to record gameplay of Lord of the Rings Online one year ago and everything worked fine. Now I tried to record gameplay again, but only video is captured. The ingame sound is not recorded. Has anyone an idea why the ingame sound is not recorded? I can record sound from other games (Neverwinter e.g.). Fraps Version: 3.5.99 Sound card: ASUS Xonar DGX I tried different settings in the game concerning the sound options and I also tried different recording programs (Bandicam, Camtasia, MSI Afterburner) but the result was the same. I cannot capture the ingame sound of Lord of the Rings
killed Gloria and her brother... and still no unique energy weapons in the Gunrunner store. You'd think they'd be more cooperative considering I stopped their manufacturing specs from being leaked... Since killing Gloria didn't work is there any other way to get the unique energy weapons or am I SOL? ...In an earlier question I asked how one could get the unique energy weapons providing one had already completed Heartache By The Number. I was told that if you killed Gloria Van Graff the items should
this has on actual gameplay though. It also marks the Gods realm as "Recommended", and it says that if I pick the Gods realm, I will get more friend requests. I am unsure as to how the realm choice affects my potential friend availability. Is this purely a cosmetic choice, or does this actually have an effect on my gameplay and the cards I can use? The description for all three realms starts out saying "Harness the power of..." and then goes on to list different characters for the realm types, like Lancelot for Man, Odin for Gods, and Bahamut for Demons, so this leads me to believe
I enjoy the cameos from different video games and am wondering if these unlockable characters are available to be used in story mode, just like in Super Meat Boy.
I wanted to play with my friends this game and on invite it kept saying that "the character is out of my league" even though we were the same level. I am in domination league and they are normal league. I guess I din't saw the league when I created my characters. I read here that there are different leagues and you can not join another league. That is pretty stupid considering the I have spent a few days building some characters. Question: Is there any way I can change my character's league? I want to move them from domination league to normal league.
In ClaDun, characters can either be your Main or Sub in a Magic Circle. Different classes have different growth depending on where they are in the circle, for example a Warrior has "Average" in both main and sub but other classes have some stats marked with "+" and others with "-". Does this mean they gain stats faster/slower with that configuration, or that those stats go up/down upon level up and I need to swap them into the main role to prevent stats from going to zero? Does this make a big difference, or should I be more concerned with levels, equipment, and artifacts than individual
According to an interview with Adam Tierney, the game's director: We had a tremendous amount of fun retooling the script in each of the different character’s voices, and the end result ensures players will always read something new dialogue, and get a slightly different perspective on the game, depending on who they’re controlling. We even tweaked the ending a bit for a few of the characters (shhhh). Which characters, or sets of characters, have different endings? Does anything else affect the ending, such as keeping all your marines alive or completing the game under a particular time?
Possible Duplicate: What do Power, Technique, and Graffiti stats do? In Jet Set Radio for Vita I've got 3 characters with slightly different stats. I don't really know what they mean. I assumed Technique meant the character is easier to control and Graffiti meant either large graffiti is easier to cover up or they could carry more spray paint cans. From a small amount of personal testing I can't really tell the difference between the three starting characters. I also have zero idea what "Power" would mean unless it's health. What do the character stats mean?
Re-Volt has different demo versions which have different, unique R/C cars only available in each version (and not available in the full version). I would like to try those unique cars. Example... — Version — Unique Car PCXL (PC Accelerator) — v0.01pcxl — PC Accelerator (grey, based on the 'Aquasonic' R/C car) RIVATNT2 (Nvidia Corp) — v0.01nvidia — RIVATNT2 (green or blue, based on the 'Aquasonic... — unknown Note: The Re-Volt Wiki lists some of the demo versions, but it is incomplete. I'm looking to get the unique RC cars ony available in the demo versions - how can I do this, or can anyone