So I played through the game for the second time on Normal up until I go down to Char, getting all the Normal achievements. Then I went back through again on hard in the same playthrough, getting all the Hard achievements. And now I have too much money. I averaged $170K from each mission, allowing me to buy literally everything with tons to spare.
Why did Blizzard implement that kind of functionality? It doesn't make sense that you can get all that extra money. What's the point of choosing upgrades and having to pick if you can get it all?
PlugY for Diablo II allows you to reset skills and stats, transfer items between characters in singleplayer, obtain all ladder runewords and do all Uberquests while offline. It is the only way to do all of the above. Please use it.
Supporting big shoulderpads and flashy armor since 2004.
I think they added that function because once you beat the game the first time, do you really want to be restricted to what you can do and use? Hell no! You want to be able to play with every single awesome Upgrade and Merc that you can!
I also think they assumed that nobody would want to play through the game 6 times to get all the Upgrade Achievements.
Got the game, played the game, jizzed on my monitor!
Seriously, the game is great so far, the protoss are by far my favorite race! When I heard "Carrier has arrived", that was it, I actually went in, as it says on the box!
However, I do think that the Dark Templars are a little overpowered, but other than that, everything is great! :thumbsup:
I'm just saying I'm surprised that more of you didn't raise your eyebrow at Raynor's total forgiveness toward Kerrigan. Remember how fucking annoying that bitch was in Brood Wars? Hell, even the original Starcraft? And all the things Raynor said to her about killing her one day. I know she's an important part of the story so she can't just die, but I seriously had blue balls from him not kicking her while she was down. And to make it all worse he had to carry her out like Jesus or something.
Of course I stand by my original statement which I know (in my head at least) is 100% correct in its validity. However yes I did question Raynor's ease of which he forgave but there are a few things to consider:
1) This is a guy in love who thought that the humanity in Kerrigan had faded for good and then discovers that there maybe a way to restore her. Then he see's his love for the first time for the first time with some aspect of humanity. Of course he'll embrace it!
2) These are the first moments he has had with her, he's in a battlefield (or what remains of one) and hasn't had the chance to talk with Kerrigan or think himself, the first reaction seeing a human side to her is that of warmth. Everything else comes later. Remember that we don't know much more of his reaction to everything or of her true nature yet.