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  1. Heck and Brayko are the best in terms of hilarity. If you spare Brayko and then pick the "Brayko" dialogue option when confronting Surkov, you'll be treated to one of the funniest scenes in the game. "Championchik is busy winning gold medal in dying", delivered with that russian accent is pure win. I thought most the characters were decent enough, though the great ones were mostly the funny ones. I liked Hong Shi a lot, especially if you take an aggressive stance with him when you talk to him the first time (which wont make him dislike you anyway). SIE was good fun as well. Other than that, Marburg and Leland were good villains (not great, but good, as I kind of want to see a villain who can also display some vulnerabilities and come across as something else than an ice cold psycopath), Mina was alright, and so was mostly the rest of the cast, with the exception of Omen Deng who should've had more screen time as he is the best character in AP, easily. He was the only person in AP who was a complete bad ass without being over the top. As for all the love that's shown here for Albatross and Sis, I disagree. They didn't really do anything, and Albatross was, well, boring. To each his own, though.
  2. The problem with Steven Heck is that much of his awesomeness is also due to how his VO delivers the lines. Heck is freaking goldmine, but posting quotes is not nearly as funny as listening to him. Anyone remember the conference you have with him, Scarlett and Mina before the hotel mission in Taipei? Just his facial expression, and the way his subsequent line is delivered, when you tell him you don't want any bodies is priceless. Made me reload just to watch it again. Also, Konstantin Brayko is a barrel of laughs when you and him Love that guy.
  3. Stealth 3 SMG 5 Shotgun 4 Sabotage 2 Technical Aptitude 4 Toughness 2 Martial Arts 2 Rest 0 A bit all over the place unfortunately, but it hasn't really been a problem 'till now. First boss. I know I should probably save him for later, but I'm not gonna quit now damnit! Also, I did the Steve Heck thing last time I played AP. Wasn't going to befriend him this time around.
  4. Are there any cheat codes for the pc version of this game, such as god mode? I'm fighting Brayko, and despite having a wonderful and joyous time without feeling any frustration whatsoever over the fact I can't even chip away half of his health before dying, I'm thinking I need something to help me beat this guy before I end up in a mental institution. I've tried every tactic, tried reading every guide out there on how to beat him (where I learned such useful advice as "remember to run away from Brayko when he's chasing you" and "shooting his henchmen will make the fight easier"), but I simply can't beat this guy. I managed to do it once because he bugged out and stood still (but I accidentally executed him afterwards, which wasn't my intention), but otherwise I am not kidding when I say that I've been at this for two or three hours (with sporadic smoke breaks where I hammered my fists into the wall). So, um, yeah, this is really just a long way of asking if there are any cheats for AP. I googled and found nothing, but if the devs post here and have some cheats, I'd really appreciate it. I love AP and would really like to know just what the hell will happen the day I finally beat this boss. I'm playing on hard by the way, just in case anyone wants to give some advice on how to beat him on this difficulty level. So far, no tactics have worked for me however. I'm using shotguns and smgs (I know, I know). Also, if I ever hear the phrase "turn up the radio" again in any shape or form, I'll shoot up my neighborhood.
  5. KOTOR lets you become a neutral character, but you still ended up becoming pure light or pure dark by the end. Neutral isn't real in KOTOR. I know, I know.. But there's a difference between making the choice towards the end, and going through half or more of the game as either evil or good..
  6. Hmm.. Is that so?.. I can't say I'm too happy about that.. Kotor1 actually allowed you to play a relatively neutral character.. I should know, I've done it twice now..
  7. Okay.. I was just worried for a minute there.. It could really have ruined it for me..
  8. This was written in an article at actiontrip.com Does this mean that we'll have to choose our aligment from the beginning, as opposed to starting out neutral?..
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