I unlocked and beat the final mission within 4 hours, and I took a lot of free time running around doing random stuff. By the time I finish up the collectibles and get gold on all the missions, it'll probably be about 8-10 hours. The challenges based achievement might take a while though.
Yeah, I read on the Saints Row forum that it's only 6-8 hours of content (minus the 20 hour achievement). I do have a lot on my plate right now so I may wait to buy it rather than buying it on impulse right away tomorrow. I'll be looking for that review though to see your full thoughts on it. Thanks for the swift reply.
It's what you've come to expect, although a little on the shorter end. If you like SR, it's probably worth it, but I don't think busy gamers should NEED to set time aside for it. I enjoyed my time with it, and I'll talk a little bit more about it tomorrow, although no video review until Tuesday based on my schedule.
Fair enough, two days was stretching it I figured. But it's best to hve games to bounce between cause I know I usually like to complete one game fully before moving onto another which sometimes sucks :/ Do you like Sunset? I'm going to pick it up this week I think! It looks fun.
Noob-Combo all the way, man! It's definitely the only sane tactic but it's so easy to utilize! Especially if you dual weild Plasma Pistols, then the BR is almost useless cause the second PP is strong enough to pick away at enemies.
The thing is that I've already been through this pain twice before.
To be honest, it hasn't been two days. I've played it on and off for maybe 6 hours or so today, that's really it. 2 of those hours were IWHBYD. I just woke up in a stressed mood, so I don't think it helped. I should have good focus and determination between the Sunset and COD AW gap I have during the week.
For some reason I thought I would breeze through Legendary more easily. But then I remembered that literally the only viable tactic for any non-grunt enemy is noob combo. :/
Yeah, man, take it at a slow pace and don't kill yourself with the Legendary stress. Halo 2 is by far the hardest on that difficulty given level design and the number of difficult firefights, so don't be upset if you have to jump around to other missions/campaigns first. Though don't give up entirely
I'm taking a mental break from Halo, I'm about to rage quit.
Yeah, almost all of the H2 skulls only appear on Legendary. I think it does spawn on co-op, not sure.
EDIT: I think I'm just going to speedrun H1 on normal soon and record the skulls/terminals. Then move on to speedrunning H2 on normal while looking for terminals and toys. After that I think I'll retry Legendary, and just go for skulls, and quit out. My stress levels aren't worth it, haha. I know I can do it, I just don't have the patience for it when I'm playing for videos.
"If you manage to get the skull to spawn (appear) then do not grab it straight away; walk around for a while until you get an another checkpoint then get the skull, That way if you die while battling the 7 waves of elites, you can just try again instead of having to restart the level."
EDIT: Do you think the skull can be obtained cooperatively? That could make it easier.