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  1. ok , no, let's honest here. The game gives you a grenade launcher exactly where you need it, in the sewers, to beat those big white things. Then it gives you mines ammo, 6 zombies, and then the boss fight starts. You don't need to be a genius to understand how a proximity mine works, and even if you don't , a few tries are more than enough to grasp the concept. Anyway, back to the boss fight: you shoot the guy , he starts wallrunning, and if you insist enough times with the same fruitless strategi, Jill tells what to do. The rest is dodge/shoot. Also, it's Resident Evil. You shouldn't be wasting ammo on zombies, especially those placed in a "short corridor" you can pretty much tell you won't go back to.
  2. Yeah, that wasn't pretty to see. It's not like the streamchat made the game. :D Most people beat hardcore before he even uploaded his videos on youtube, and we had no guides to tell us what to do. Heck, JILL HERSELF tells you what to do, full new Tomb Raider style. All Phil needed to do was shoot the thing, and that would have at least triggered Jill's internal monologue. If you beat Nightmare, there's one more difficulty level. Inferno. Or , as I like to call it, the actual Resident Evil 3 Remake: 5 typewriters, no autosaves, even larger healbars, different item locations and zombies spawn by falling from the fucking sky.
  3. past RPD, the original RE3 was a cakewalk. This remake, it drowns you in bullets/gunpowder the same way , but new enemy types get introduced much earlier than RE2R.
  4. 20:47 In RE3R you can save manually at typewriters without limits, like RE2R on standard. Contrary to RE2R hardcore, in RE3R harcored 1 hit lowers your health to caution instead of directly to danger.
  5. @PhiI In Hardcore mode, the game has checkpoints. You don't need ink ribbbons to save. It's basically just HARD.
  6. I think he played Manhunt for the "horror" marathon, except that game was more about shock value than horror. Also... let's be honest: of all the IPs Rockstar spawned endlessly after GTA3, Manhunt aged the worst.
  7. I don't mind human noises but throat clearing is bad for, well, the throat. Stop doing that Phil.
  8. You can't just do pushups after decades of inactivity, that's stupid. That's not excercise, that's doing crash tests with your body as the dummy. G r a d u a l i t y folks. Graduality. The vest thing is an inside joke of the stream, it originated from the 10th anniversary reaction series.
  9. Well, Phil picked standard. Wise choice. Plenty of ammo but the game wants you to emergency-dodge constantly and hardcore isn't the ideal mode if you want to learn the mechanic.
  10. @Phil Launcher replacement and compatiblity with modern systems: https://www.pcgamingwiki.com/wiki/Deus_Ex#Deus_Exe common issue https://www.pcgamingwiki.com/wiki/Deus_Ex#Game_freezes_when_opening_menus The original game guide, essential to understand how builds, skill points and aug canisters (augmentations) work https://www.oldgames.sk/en/game/deus-ex/download/9370/ The game has a tutorial (Training, from the main meny) but that only covers the basic operations. Everything else is in the manual.
  11. In this game, an arena shooter, you're supposed to hop from enemy to enemy, side-dash dodge incoming fire, take advantage of the stun mechanic to focus on other more dangerous enemies instead rely on glory kills it to get back the health you lost because you didn't bother with dodging fire. We'll never know how well Phil would do on PC, but playing this with a controller , while forcing the Doom 2 playstyle on top of that... that's asking for trouble :D
  12. I would never touch an arena shooter with a controller. COD works fine because enemies just stand there. Mouse and keyboard are the best fit for a game where side-dash is key for survival.
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