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Re: Chokerphobia

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Solve the issue remove chokers Smiley Tongue

 

I actually do whatever I can to not get caught by one. I hate having to mash buttons, I'd rather run away than spend ages mashing to stay alive and risking potential injury.



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But chokers are awesome!
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Re: Chokerphobia

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True story, I injured myself mashing buttons trying to stay alive during the choker thing.

 

Button mashing is a health risk.



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Re: Chokerphobia

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this happens with basically everyone i play with, i seem to be the only one who wants to get grabbed so someone can kill them faster (if i can't do the shoot off the helmet / blindfire punch thing)

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Re: Chokerphobia

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Aureilia wrote:

True story, I injured myself mashing buttons trying to stay alive during the choker thing.

 

Button mashing is a health risk.


when I was a lot younger I played Tony Hawk American Wasteland on my ps2, I was very inexperienced in games and I couldn't finish a mission where I had to repeatedly press X, it actually caused me to make my fingers bleed, that's pretty nasty, I put my controller on the table and then with both (fingers next to thumbs) I mashed the button, but while doing so I scratched with my nails in the other fingers, and it actually caused them to bleed, I did accomplish the mission though Smiley LOL

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Has anyone here actually managed to mash the choker off?

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Matthijs_17 wrote:

Aureilia wrote:

True story, I injured myself mashing buttons trying to stay alive during the choker thing.

 

Button mashing is a health risk.


when I was a lot younger I played Tony Hawk American Wasteland on my ps2, I was very inexperienced in games and I couldn't finish a mission where I had to repeatedly press X, it actually caused me to make my fingers bleed, that's pretty nasty, I put my controller on the table and then with both (fingers next to thumbs) I mashed the button, but while doing so I scratched with my nails in the other fingers, and it actually caused them to bleed, I did accomplish the mission though Smiley LOL


I remember that mission as well. It was pretty tough, for sure Smiley Happy That game was amazing.

 

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Has anyone here actually managed to mash the choker off?


I'm actually able to hang in there for a long time, but I'm pretty sure it's impossible to get the choker off of you... I can honestly probably hold a choker on me for almost a minute before my thumb gives out and I get my neck snapped.

 

Also note that it isn't even hard to take on a choker, even armoured, by yourself. just blindfire them a bit and then punch. and with armoured the same thing only you should pelt their head til ther helmets come off.

 

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That's part of the "Learning Manuals" mission. They wrapped a huge rubber band on you and you had to pull something.

Stupid X.
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@Black,Matt

That's part of the "Learning Manuals" mission. They wrapped a huge rubber band on you and you had to pull something.

Stupid X.

agreed, in beverly hills, mission was from boone, and you got that green roof for the ranch, the thing was unskatable anyway, so why did I have to great lengths to get it, anyway, manuals are awesome, if you had to get a big score on those pieces you just jumped of them and did the manual, that gives always enough points xD

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