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  1. danbot

    SnowRunner

    Fix and clear as many roads and bridges as you can and then make a start on the first available contract. Remember to use AWD on the Fleetstar you get early on (I didn't). Fit the best tyres for mud that you can asap.
  2. danbot

    SnowRunner

    I'm still loving this. At level 21 now and deep in to Russia and Alaska thanks to the Tayga (see below). I'm pulling ridiculously large and unwieldy loads across properly unfriendly terrain. Think I'll have to grab the season pass as soon as it's in a sale again. Anyone else still playing? Need some assistance maybe? I still haven't touched the multiplayer.
  3. I bought mine for Bloodborne. I also bought Far Cry 4 and Alien Isolation. I got it all on a work day so I played a bit of FC4 first as a low risk, keep my job type option. Still haven't properly played Alien. I'll probably finish up with Cyberpunk. No doubt I'll dip back in to certain things that I'm already playing, like Snowrunner.
  4. You're absolutely flying Squirtle! Nice work.
  5. I'm with you Kev. Really enjoy the feel of the fighting in this. Something about it feels weighty and fun. Also feels a lot mor like I'm cutting something than a lot of other games.
  6. Oh yeah. True. Whet he said. But regardless of unlocks, anything you directly select on the map, like a village, a question mark etc, will be tracked by the wind.
  7. You select a target type from a list on the map screen Hot Springs (not actually worded like this) Bamboo Strikes Etc. Then get back in game and keep the wind at your back and you'll end up where you want.
  8. No. I'm on a normal ps4 and it looks and runs great.
  9. I just want to kill. Haiku just gets in the way. Cutting bamboo's fine.
  10. Getting that much out of so few pixels is amazing. Nicely done.
  11. I don't know that the game specifically centres on Bushido. I haven't noticed it mentioned. The way the game deals with honour so far seems fine. We have the Samurai that have been the most powerful force on Tsushima for some time. This has allowed them to maintain their code quite easily. When the invasion comes and they are not martially superior, our protagonist seems to have to decide what's more important to him. Is it an established code that might not be practically helpful in this new context? Or is it doing what seems necessary to save as many of his people as poss
  12. danbot

    SnowRunner

    Bit of a mixed bag on this tonight, trying to do Pipe dream. I had some wasted trips where I didn't have the correct saddle on my truck and couldn't do the missions in a certain order. I also overturned a flatbed semi trailer in some wet mud Then the game glitched a giant trailer in to the floor, leaving me to restart the whole series of tasks. Not ideal, but I'm learning to solve problems at least. But I also had fun hauling a long double load of steel beams and giant drill module across the map, including through some nicely flooded roads.
  13. danbot

    SnowRunner

    I loved the idea of Mudrunner. Take your time, think about what you're doing and get the job done. Upgrading your vehicles, while learning the intricacies of the terrain. I loved the idea, but never did take the plunge and buy Mudrunner. I started playing Snowrunner in earnest a few days ago and I'm loving it. My rate of progress is getting faster, especially as I realised that one of my starter trucks (Fleetstar) could be made AWD . Now I'm ticking off those tasks and contracts and enjoying it more and more.
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