||02-26-2011 02:36 AM
Originally Posted by Denoku
No, I'm still on the first level, disarming the bombs now. I only played it a little before I went to bed. I'm going to play some more though. Hope I can understand things more, it seems a bit too much at the moment. Adding things to your guns, armor, way more skills to upgrade. Then trying to use the correct buttons without getting killed.
If you PM me your email address I will send you something.
First things first:
Set it on casual. The combat system is too clunky to deal with on a higher difficulty.
remap your keys to your liking. Here is what I did:
I remapped the arrow keys to forward, backward, etc.
I used "Enter" to perform my action (ala talk, open door, etc.)
I used "Right Shift" for running
"Right Ctrl" to crouch
I use "Page Down" to holster/arm my weapon and to exit the Mako
I use "Delete" to access the Tactical HUD
I use "End" to automatically access First Aid to revive my crew
I still use the space bar to go quickly through conversations.
Thats just what I use.
If you find yourself getting too frustrated with the inventory system I really suggest you use a trainer to get your XP all the way up to level 50 and also get all your talent points to max out your skills and to get 1000 omnigel AND get a bunch of credits that you can use to buy the ultra high tech armor very early in the game so you dont HAVE to screw around with the inventory. Once you get 1000000 credits you get access to spectre level weapons and those do crazy damage!
Yes, its cheating but it will remove a LOT of the things people didn't like about ME1 and enable you to focus on playing and experiencing the game and spending less time in the inventory screen.