Kaiju-King42 wrote:^ I agree. I dunno about the rest of you guys, but SW Battlefront 2 is in my personal top five favourite games of all time list. Not even kidding. I have some great memories from that game, like the great coffee break of Endor for example. Oh, how I can forget the great coffee break of Endor? That was perhaps one of my greatest victories in a video game. EVER.
Top ten definitely. Are you talking about how Endor is rigged for the Rebels?
Yeah, that's a pain.
I was playing Battle Front II today with my little cousin...I kicked his ass...
Oh no. Not even close.
I was playing on the Rebels side. I had modified the options so that each team had 500 reinforcements. Early on in the game, we captured all the command posts that the Imperials started out with... but the Imperials had captured all the command posts that we started out with, so the map was kinda flipped. So off i went through the trees, taking position near the end on one of those giant fallen logs, the hollow ones. On the other end was the nearest enemy command post.
Every single player on the Imperial team spawned from that one command post.
So it was me, just little old me, against 16 Imperials on the other side of the log. I managed to kill all of them, thanks to my award rifle and pistol. I took their ammo and health, and just before I began to head towards their command post on the other side of the log, all 16 players spawned again. I killed wave after wave without dying, although I did still have some close calls. After nearly half an hour of holding back the army, I was beginning to wonder one thing. Where on earth where all the other rebels? I was seriously the only one in combat, while everyone else was... somewhere. I managed to hold back the Imperials until the reinforcement meter had diminished from 400 something, to 30 something, miraculously, all without dying once. It was then, and only then that the rest of my team came to help me beat the remaining Imperials.
To this day, I maintain the belief that all the other Rebles and Ewoks were on a coffee break.