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Favorite Movies: 28 Days Later or Boondocks Saints
Favorite Game: Chrono Cross or Bioshock
Favorite Band: Breaking Benjamin or Tool
Favorite Show: Doctor Who or Firefly
Favorite Book: " I don't have a favorite book; i have hundreds."
VVV Some stuff I have done that you can look up VVV
The third battle with the Siren, right? If you are facing with your back to the Comstock house, there should be a bit of cover to the left with a tear that lets you get a sniper rifle. I ducked behind this bit of cover and picked up the sniper rifle. (By the way, I did this part without having upgraded the damage on my sniper rifle so you may have an easier time of it than I did if you upgrade the damage) Now at this point I had a piece of gear called “Headmaster” that increased my critical hit damage by 50%. (You don’t really need this, but it helps tremendously) While hiding behind this piece of cover, I just took shots at her and tried to get her in the head as much as possible. If you she starts floating around behind cover where you can’t shoot her, kill any of her minions with a well-placed headshot and she will get pissed and do her raising the dead animation and she will be easier to hit. If any enemies get too close, hopefully you have a shotgun or hand cannon to deal with the enemies coming around the corner to shoot you. If you don’t have either, there should be a dead body with a hand cannon in front of the statue of Lady Comstock. There is also a mosquito you can have Elizabeth tear in that really won’t do much damage but is a pretty good distraction. Hopefully this helps out!
If anyone needs some tips just let me know
I could make a video of me unboxing my Ultimate Songbird Edition tomorrow night
by Ethan Spencer
Sometimes the best games for a generation of consoles will arrive pretty close to the end of the generation. For example, God of War and Resident Evil 4 (two of the best games of all time, let alone on the Playstation 2) were released a full five years after the release of the PS2. So when I bought my first Xbox 360 in 2008 with Bioshock as my first game, I thought this game couldn’t be the best in and the brightest, since it had only been in development for around 3 years before its release and the 360 was still a child in its life span. There’s no way this game could be head-and-shoulders above that many games, right?