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TippingWater 18-05-12 09:21

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Originally Posted by Lukass (Post 6173792)
There was none really, you're right, but people seemed to be more excited about E3. Now it's sort of...gone. :/

Well they haven't shown anything exciting yet imo. They really should step up their game and build some pre-E3 hype :).

CLF 18-05-12 09:22

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Originally Posted by Lukass (Post 6173792)
There was none really, you're right, but people seemed to be more excited about E3. Now it's sort of...gone. :/

Don't worry... the E3 demonstration will speak for itself.

NRO. 18-05-12 09:22

In before 1001.

scremanie 18-05-12 09:31

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Originally Posted by MyRaider4Life (Post 6173719)
...are you serious?

http://i844.photobucket.com/albums/a...4_FG678ZTC.gif

She was all like "Oh, oh my..... oh god.... ohhhh........".
She should have been like "AHHHHHH!! AAAHHHHHH!! ARGGGGHHH!! ****! ****!!".

Just sayin'.

NRO. 18-05-12 09:41

She should have bled out the second she pulled the thing out.

IMO more realistic scenario would have been, that she left it in, then would've found a trustworthy native to help her heal up. CD wants realism, what we saw in the gameplay wasn't. Besides, I doubt that the water she was in was clean. The wound would've got extremely infected. Plus, all the dust and dirt when she's climbing up would've made it even worse. Not to mention that the stick went trough her completely.

Also, getting stabbed hurts like hell. She would've screamed her little lungs out several times before she could even move properly.

Damnit 1001.

Lukass 18-05-12 09:48

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Originally Posted by NRO. (Post 6173816)
She should have bled out the second she pulled the thing out.

IMO more realistic scenario would have been, that she left it in, then would've found a trustworthy native to help her heal up. CD wants realism, what we saw in the gameplay wasn't. Besides, I doubt that the water she was in was clean. The wound would've got extremely infected. Plus, all the dust and dirt when she's climbing up would've made it even worse. Not to mention that the stick went trough her completely.

Also, getting stabbed hurts like hell. She would've screamed her little lungs out several times before she could even move properly.

Damnit 1001.

Nora, it's still a game, you have to remember :p

If you're under stress you barely feel any pain. Try to put yourself in her situation. Of course it hurts and we can hear her moaning, but there were people who had both legs broken, who carried their guts in their hands and they were able to go, to survive and to find a help. In real life there were far worse injuries than Lara's and the people survived it. Adrenalin, fear, stress and crave to survive terrible things and situations - all that push enormous pain back. The brain is focused on surviving not the pain.

TippingWater 18-05-12 09:49

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Originally Posted by NRO. (Post 6173816)
She should have bled out the second she pulled the thing out.

IMO more realistic scenario would have been, that she left it in, then would've found a trustworthy native to help her heal up. CD wants realism, what we saw in the gameplay wasn't. Besides, I doubt that the water she was in was clean. The wound would've got extremely infected. Plus, all the dust and dirt when she's climbing up would've made it even worse. Not to mention that the stick went trough her completely.

Also, getting stabbed hurts like hell. She would've screamed her little lungs out several times before she could even move properly.

Damnit 1001.

You are completely right! :tmb: By the way what do you mean by 1001?

Hairhelmet12 18-05-12 09:49

^Page number.

Fear and adrenaline, you'd be amazed at what someone could do...



:pi:

NRO. 18-05-12 09:54

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Originally Posted by Lukass (Post 6173827)
Nora, it's still a game, you have to remember :p

If you're under stress you barely feel any pain. Try to put yourself in her situation. Of course it hurts and we can hear her moaning, but there were people who had both legs broken, who carried their guts in their hands and they were able to go, to survive and to find a help. In real life there were far worse injuries than Lara's and the people survived it. Adrenalin, fear, stress and crave to survive terrible things and situations - all that push enormous pain back. The brain is focused on surviving not the pain.

No it isn't. You may not feel it, but your body still takes damage and deteriorates, slowly but surely. Adrenaline will not make the infection any better.

This is coming from a person who crashed into a wall while biking 25kmh. I didn't feel the pain, but once I arrived at the hospital they told me if I had come a minute later I would've bled out from the inside. Also, don't ask me how you crash into a wall at that speed. ADHD is a bitch.

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Originally Posted by TippingWater (Post 6173829)
You are completely right! :tmb: By the way what do you mean by 1001?

Page numbah'

vinnyvis 18-05-12 09:56

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Originally Posted by scremanie (Post 6173806)
http://i844.photobucket.com/albums/a...4_FG678ZTC.gif

She was all like "Oh, oh my..... oh god.... ohhhh........".
She should have been like "AHHHHHH!! AAAHHHHHH!! ARGGGGHHH!! ****! ****!!".

Just sayin'.

Wut would u do?

*i feel strongah noaw* :pi:


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