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Post Posted: 22 May 2011, 23:16
salsaSkaarj wrote:I started this topic because I wanted to try out a MH map playing as SP - this means that I select and start it via the menu (oldschool) as a new single player game. Having found out that ammo and health regeneration is absent, most MH games are unplayable as SP because of lack of ammo and health.However, it is possible to take advantage of the MH gametype by starting the game as A MH gametype, yet playing it alone (seemingly SP) by setting bots = 0. I have found many MH maps to be very playable that way and (contrary to expectation probably) quite fun (and requiring different strategies).
Post Posted: 23 May 2011, 00:28
integration wrote:What is the advantage of playing MH maps in Oldskool? You can also add Mutators via the Oldskool Configuration menu. So either way (Oldskool or "Start Practice Session") all you need is to know some health & ammo regen mutators (for being able to complete every MH map alone).
Post Posted: 23 May 2011, 07:03
integration wrote:at least I can save a game, something which doesn't work in MH gametype (perhaps a problem with my setup).integration wrote:What is the advantage of playing MH maps in Oldskool? You can also add Mutators via the Oldskool Configuration menu. So either way (Oldskool or "Start Practice Session") all you need is to know some health & ammo regen mutators (for being able to complete every MH map alone).I have no idea whether there is an advantage or not. I just started a MH map as a new Single Player, which is something made easier which oldschool (menu driven). But now, I play MH maps as Monsterhunt gametypes through practice sessions (as MonsterHunt). And the advantage here is that no mutators are necessary - which means I can play the game as it was meant to be played (although I play as single player).Ah, wait, there is an advantage with oldschool - at least I can save a game, something which doesn't work in MH gametype (perhaps a problem with my setup).
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Post Posted: 24 Jun 2011, 10:14
salsaSkaarj wrote:salsaSkaarj wrote:... I'll play your map again as MH before I try the rest.Right, that did it. no more playing MH-maps in the MH gametype (I think). My allies don't respond to my orders, get stuck everywhere, get in the way all the time, just plain get themselves into impossible situations and even shoot me .Just before I'm leaving on vacation I might try again with setting bots to 0. The MH gametype does have the advantage that the exit works, weapons and health spawn, but I have the distinct impression that the enemies are stronger. Especially the Warlord was a lot faster and more aggressive and cornered me regularly (with dismemberment as the logical result, mine, not his )
salsaSkaarj wrote:... I'll play your map again as MH before I try the rest.
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