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mftheking

Enjoyment\Punishing

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hey, i would like to suggest lowering the difficulty a bit as this game is great, i love the idea's used in this, but i would like to enjoy it more the punishing difficuity isnt a way to enjoy, have difficult levels or can u make easier

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Or you could just work on becoming better?

Objective maps used to decimate me at times simply because I was playing them wrong. You'll eventually get the hang of the difficulty after a while, and besides, as an example I will use Dead Space:

When I began playing Dead Space 1, I immediately went to the hardest difficulty possible. Why? Because if that difficulty is what I determined to be normal, then when I go back and play Normal Mode, that's the fucking easiest shit I've ever done.

It's acclimation of your skill within a video game, and after a while you DO get better, and you won't notice it as much. But don't cheat yourself with a difficulty standard, it will only make you a less capable player, and no one needs any more of those nowadays...

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Agreed. In the beginning, I found NMRiH to be pretty hard, but I liked that. Once you figure out how the game works though, it's relatively easy although I still die quite frequently.

So don't be discouraged... you'll feel all the more badass once you figured it out and find yourself helping newbies. :)

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