This is the level I basically sped through the game for knowing that an issue here would annoy me, and it did, but was also made funnier than I expected, let me explain: 'Dragon Armour' is spelled wrong (without the U), as I suspected, so the one character in the entire game who is presented as a high class intellectual (he says it himself) the Dragon spells it 'armor' where as when Dan spells it out to him, Dan spells it 'DRA-GON ARM-OUR'.
Now who's been outsmarted by someone with no brain? BAM!
well without the fences you can jump to the other side. needs some tries but works.... and in the us version are fences so you can't jump. i think that would be the reason. .. and I'm new here and my english is not very good but I hope you understand.
That should be it's own seperate thread, eh? By the way, there are cheats.
Cheat Mode (USA): Pause game play, then hold L2 and press Triangle, Circle (2), Triangle, Square, Circle, Left, Circle, Up, Down
Extended Cheat Mode (USA): Pause game play, then hold L2 and press Square, Triangle, Circle, Up, Triangle (2), Right, Circle, Left (2), Square, Triangle, Right, Circle, Left (2), Square, Triangle, Circle, Down, Circle (2), Right
True, but some cheats ruin games and some don't. For example, in Tomb Raider Anniversary, you had to unlock the cheats first. To unlock the cheats, you'd need to finish the game to get the Tomb Trials to get the really good cheats. So you wouldn't be ruining the game anyway.
Post by Garden Variety Zombie on Dec 22, 2011 22:40:50 GMT
That is interesting actually, but it's not as if these games have unlockables or online play, so just let people have cheats if they want *shrug*
Plus the cheats are useful sometimes to try something out, or skip to a later part if you need to check something for example, or like when I tested the dragon armour/chicken drumsticks, without having to replay the ant caves after every single level just to restock.
Plus, if cheats make it more fun for some people (not for me most of the time, but for others possibly) then that's better that they at least play the game, rather than let it sit in a draw somewhere, or just get bored and stop playing it. As long as game 'cheaters' don't assume they are better at something, just because they cheat, then I have no problem with it really.
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but come on in, and make yourself at home" - Zarok's Entrance Hall Gargoyle