clone trooper 24 wrote:no I've done both A which never works and B my team just gets stomped on again
Then you're doing something wrong If I recall correctly, BF3 also has the Squadsystem. Lone-wolfing causes you to lose the game, simple as that. (I've stuck to 2142, but we always won. We were a clan, so we worked together.)
Y'know, you could try to either A) turn the tables, or B) wait until the next round starts....
Dragon Age 2.
It's funny how ridiculously random the DLC is in terms of being playable. Retail versions have Authoriation errors, or aren't even recognised, there are 6 different unlockers... Dragon Age Origins and Mass Efect 2 have identical issues. Coincidence? Hah, yea right.
My guess is that the Selkath were one of the species being newly introduced or expanded on with that game, and helped reinforce the concept of "this happened a long time before the movies and will be very different" when it was being promoted.
OK so I made a spelling mistake AND very late to by a video game. Sue me!
Anyway I'm still not sure why there is a Selkath as a main character in KOTOR boxart. Especially when there are other main character like Jolee, Big Z, Mission and even Darth Bandon. (Though he didn't last long that much )
You don't need to see his signature. He is not the guy you're looking for. He can go about his buisness. Move along.
My PC is too old to play Doom 3, let alone fancy pants stuff like Skyrim.
Also, I think it's worth noting I am the epitome of El Cheapo.
I got a banana box of old CD's for 50 cents once at a yard sale. A few AOL discs, naturally, but that's also how I obtained X-Wing CD, Rebel Assault 1 and 2, Ultimate Doom for 95, Doom 2, Descent Freespace, Descent 1-3, and--disturbingly enough--Cooking with Julia Child.