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I will laugh if you can’t finish the stages at 100% because then it’d get rid of almost this entire list.
So, I think I just laughed for 5 minutes straight
because of the AI behavior when they are all the same character.
THEY HAVE THE SAME BEHAVIOR.
Now, that may seem obvious, but what I mean is, they walk in the same steps. They go after the same items. They all run to or away from you if you talk to them. If they weren’t separated by a few milliseconds and the inability to pass through one another, I’m pretty sure they would all be doing the same thing.
However, THEY DO NOT HAVE A SET PATH.
Also I spent another ten because I decided to play the entire game with all Alyssas.
I can see why they muted the ad-libs in the second game xD
“HELLO THERE, HELLO THERE, HELLO THERE, HELLO THERE, HELLO THER—”
This is me being really excited about Outbreak.
Again, I can’t say much, but something good happened today.
Now, out of all the games I’ve played of outbreak, this has to be my favorite boss battle. (This was filmed online, a four player, very hard mode game.)
In this video, I’m Cindy (The blonde girl, the only girl).
For those who haven’t played Outbreak: Cindy is practically the healer,
George is also a healer, but not as good as Cindy imho,
Cindy can store heals in her herb box, so it looks like she has hidden heals,
and every time a player is knocked on the ground, that means they’re close to dying.
In fact, if their virus meter hits 100%, they do die.
Just… watch how tense the battle gets, and count the number of times a player is picked up off the ground. Also note that the battle still isn’t finished when the boss is dead, we still have to hobble to the exit!