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just bought the S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Bundle from steam, I'm looking forward to it, but I do have something in mind,should I mod it immediately? The S.T.A.L.K.E.R complete mod for shadow of Chernobyl, it improves everything and fixes bugs, some people on the internet said you should play it vanilla first, and then mod it, though I'm definitely going to get rid of the head bobbing problem ad that nasty movement speed that makes me feel sick 

The Complete mods don't change anything story related as far as I know. I'm doing my first SoC playthrough with the Complete mod and thats it. 

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just bought the S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Bundle from steam, I'm looking forward to it, but I do have something in mind,should I mod it immediately? The S.T.A.L.K.E.R complete mod for shadow of Chernobyl, it improves everything and fixes bugs, some people on the internet said you should play it vanilla first, and then mod it, though I'm definitely going to get rid of the head bobbing problem ad that nasty movement speed that makes me feel sick 

 

Playing complete mod first is fine, the reason people say you should play vanilla first is because complete makes the game too easy. (it's still hard)

But it makes the game look pretty and fixes most of the problems, so it's good place to start. 

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I'v been playing with the complete mod, and I'm so glad the shaking is gone...I would have never gotten used to that, but so far the game is somewhat difficult( veteran difficulty), died a number of times, but have been progressing slowly and steadily,the weight system is dragging me down though... When given the option to hoard everything, it is really hard to let it go,lol,but I'm improving now, by only taking the ammunition instead of every single gun. 

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Made it to master tier at the very last minute in Crusaders Quest. I honestly didn't think I was gonna get it before the Colosseum reset, but holy crap I'm stoked that I did. I remember getting like 12 jewels for making it to gold tier last week, I wonder how much I'll get this time.

 

Edit: Um, I got 15. ._. It's still something, lol.

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I'v been playing with the complete mod, and I'm so glad the shaking is gone...I would have never gotten used to that, but so far the game is somewhat difficult( veteran difficulty), died a number of times, but have been progressing slowly and steadily,the weight system is dragging me down though... When given the option to hoard everything, it is really hard to let it go,lol,but I'm improving now, by only taking the ammunition instead of every single gun. 

At one point I had no ammo, but by god I had plenty of sub machine guns. On the flip side, I couldn't figure out what was using up so much space in my backpack until I sold a ton of my 9mm ammo. I had so much, it was eating a solid 10kg.

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At one point I had no ammo, but by god I had plenty of sub machine guns. On the flip side, I couldn't figure out what was using up so much space in my backpack until I sold a ton of my 9mm ammo. I had so much, it was eating a solid 10kg.

Dude, I had to put some 9mm in the storage, I feel you on that one, it eats up a lot of weight...for now, my backpack is a smg, a AR, a shotgun, and a pistol with ammo, food, medkits, and a couple vodka at around 50 kg ish, how did you manage to run out of ammo? I mainly use my pistol, and if the enemy have smg or better weapons, I rush them and use the double barrel, so far I'v only used my AR against the military, the freaking blockade at the bridge was pissing me off, they would shoot on sight and chuck frags like they had an unlimited supply of them, so I killed them to get rid of the pain of going around them 

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Dude, I had to put some 9mm in the storage, I feel you on that one, it eats up a lot of weight...for now, my backpack is a smg, a AR, a shotgun, and a pistol with ammo, food, medkits, and a couple vodka at around 50 kg ish, how did you manage to run out of ammo? I mainly use my pistol, and if the enemy have smg or better weapons, I rush them and use the double barrel, so far I'v only used my AR against the military, the freaking blockade at the bridge was pissing me off, they would shoot on sight and chuck frags like they had an unlimited supply of them, so I killed them to get rid of the pain of going around them 

I'm not a great shot :P It was early on in the game before I was really good at it. I'm decent enough now, so I manage to avoid many fights. 

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Dude, I had to put some 9mm in the storage, I feel you on that one, it eats up a lot of weight...for now, my backpack is a smg, a AR, a shotgun, and a pistol with ammo, food, medkits, and a couple vodka at around 50 kg ish, how did you manage to run out of ammo? I mainly use my pistol, and if the enemy have smg or better weapons, I rush them and use the double barrel, so far I'v only used my AR against the military, the freaking blockade at the bridge was pissing me off, they would shoot on sight and chuck frags like they had an unlimited supply of them, so I killed them to get rid of the pain of going around them 

 

You will literally drown in ammo if you know what you're doing. I remember running around with 600ish 7,62×39 mm bullets, since everybody drops them later.

I can't wait to hear about your upcoming Agroprom experiences. 

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You will literally drown in ammo if you know what you're doing. I remember running around with 600ish 7,62×39 mm bullets, since everybody drops them later.

I can't wait to hear about your upcoming Agroprom experiences. 

That underground area definitely made me jump a lot of times, carefully lurking around in the shadows in order to see if a mutant would jump out. I damn near wasted all of my ammo on that dumb bloodsucker. This and the CNPP are the high points of the game for me cause tight and confined spaces can mean certain death.

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whats a Agromprom? a location? a quest? a monster? I'm not really used to scary games, but I'v played enough metro to stand jump scares...I remember when I  first played metro, they would jump on me and I would freak out, hold my lmb until I had to reload...and then they killed me while I was reloading....but now I fire at everything in burst, if burst does not work, then I go auto,though I'v learned that in every FPS besides COD, there is this thing called kickback, and auto does not work at long or even medium distance 

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whats a Agromprom? a location? a quest? a monster? I'm not really used to scary games, but I'v played enough metro to stand jump scares...I remember when I  first played metro, they would jump on me and I would freak out, hold my lmb until I had to reload...and then they killed me while I was reloading....but now I fire at everything in burst, if burst does not work, then I go auto,though I'v learned that in every FPS besides COD, there is this thing called kickback, and auto does not work at long or even medium distance 

 

Agroprom is an area which has some of the most memorable events early in the game. Not going to tell any more than that...

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whats a Agromprom? a location? a quest? a monster? I'm not really used to scary games, but I'v played enough metro to stand jump scares...I remember when I  first played metro, they would jump on me and I would freak out, hold my lmb until I had to reload...and then they killed me while I was reloading....but now I fire at everything in burst, if burst does not work, then I go auto,though I'v learned that in every FPS besides COD, there is this thing called kickback, and auto does not work at long or even medium distance 

 

Of which game do you speak?

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I finally did it! I beat Dark Souls 2: Scholar of the First Sin without using shields or magic. 

 

But it was way more difficult to do than in Dark Souls 1, since 2 likes to throw hordes of enemies at you. Especially fighting against multiple bosses at same time is frustrating. It doesn't make it necessarily harder, just more time consuming, because you have so few chances to do damage. Some the DLC bosses were super annoying, they have lingering hitboxes and delayed attacks which makes dodging hard. 

 

It wasn't all bad, the new enemy placement was refreshing, it brings back some the charm of playing a souls game for the first time. And the winter wonderland DLC was pretty fun. 

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I finally did it! I beat Dark Souls 2: Scholar of the First Sin without using shields or magic. 

 

But it was way more difficult to do than in Dark Souls 1, since 2 likes to throw hordes of enemies at you. Especially fighting against multiple bosses at same time is frustrating. It doesn't make it necessarily harder, just more time consuming, because you have so few chances to do damage. Some the DLC bosses were super annoying, they have lingering hitboxes and delayed attacks which makes dodging hard. 

 

It wasn't all bad, the new enemy placement was refreshing, it brings back some the charm of playing a souls game for the first time. And the winter wonderland DLC was pretty fun. 

I bought the normal 32-bit Dark Souls 2, so I'm waiting until the upgrade goes on sale before I get it.  Early buyer problems...

 

Also got $40 worth of Steam Wallet cards for Easter, surprisingly, so that's going towards GTA V.  Still waiting to see if it's a good port or not before I buy it.

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I bought the normal 32-bit Dark Souls 2, so I'm waiting until the upgrade goes on sale before I get it.  Early buyer problems...

 

Also got $40 worth of Steam Wallet cards for Easter, surprisingly, so that's going towards GTA V.  Still waiting to see if it's a good port or not before I buy it.

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