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Could someone tell me how much the game has changed in the last 6 years?

Discussion in 'General Infiltration Discussion' started by Wizzy, Apr 25, 2006.

  1. Wizzy

    Wizzy New Member

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    Ok - I remember playing this game a LONG time ago.

    I believe that the version was possibly 1.85 when I started - then I remember 1.86 coming out, and after a while I just stopped playing.

    I do believe that the new maps in 1.86 contained a Manor House - because it's what I remember playing when the new patch came out.

    I'm Just wondering how much has changed since then.

    Things I remember are: no crosshairs (I think), no money like CS - you just choose what you want up to a limit, I remember a wicket auto weapon I loved with a small zoom - but that they actually shifted around when you ran and moved about, ehh and levels.

    I recall playing on this one level with some houses, and a small underground passage from one end to the other. I recall one wicked ass level that I loved which seemed like Europe. One team started in this Cuban looking base area, and the other by some water. Err a cool military base style one with a skyway area...

    Anyway - lots of babbling. I'm just wondering how the game is now. What's the fanbase like, is there a decent amount of players? How is the fanbase overall? I remember people being a lot kinder in this game than they are in CS. In fact, I don't ever recall people yelling out **** like "n00b" and what not.

    I used to love this game. I'd gotten quite good at it until I quit - I remember being at the top of the leaderboard on most servers I played on. I remember being part of some clan too - although I can't remember who they were.

    The only thing I do remember is that I used the name Ayala.
     
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    Lemon.fr SkaarjFruit

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  3. UN17

    UN17 Taijutsu Specialist

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    Sorry Wizzy, the game is not like CS or INF 1.86. It's more like an action version of Rainbow 6 with 3 times the amount of weapons. Plus hardly anyone plays the base version, there are a lot of mutators that enhance gameplay and such.

    It's a little bit like Battlefield 2 with worse graphics but better weapon handling, no vehicles but 10 times more weapons.
     
  4. Wizzy

    Wizzy New Member

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    Eek, crap. I really was hoping for a realistic game still like 1.86 strived for.

    Oh well, I guess I'll give it a shot when I UT:GOTY back - but I was kind of hoping for some good old memories :\
     
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    Good thats its not like CS :). It might be not totally realistic but its far better than anything i ever played online tac shooter wise.
     
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    Realism is more not less! :D
     
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    It's weird, "INF 2.86 standart" was an extremely fast arcade game, RAv's improoved it. INF 2.9 is even better than the RAv's, yet still not good enough.
     
  8. yurch

    yurch Swinging the clue-by-four

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    The game is very, very accuracy based. If you can outshoot the average gamer, you'll do fine here.

    If not, prepare to die.
     

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