>you can press any button and it works
Do 'Select' buttons serve any practical purpose?
>Press power button
>The pc doesn't shut down and the game continues
>American game: X to ok and circle to cancel.
>Japanese game: circle to ok and X to cancel.
>UK game: X to ok and triangle to cancel.
>Gran Turismo 4: X and circle to ok, square and triangle to cancel.
Jesus christ, can't sony enforce a global rule to this?
Even worse, play a western game on an asian ps3 and the controls are the reverse of what the screen tells you. And in some games, IT'S NOT.
>Game is saving. Do not turn off your computer
>Game is saving do not turn off your console
>Playing on PC
>Party member uses a gun
>Isn't the strongest character in the party
>Give party member a gun
>They still use their sword
It really depends on the gun. While someone using an assault rifle would probably do more damage faster than a sword, a single bullet would probably do less damage than a single swing from a sword against flesh.
>Press power button
>Console/computer shuts off
>Can shatter bones
Are you saying a Zweihander cant?
You must have missed where he said "depends on the gun". Try getting shot by a .22 pistol in the shoulder and then have someone swing a sword through your gut and tell me which dealt more damage.
>Game uses "Button 3" or whatever instead of whatever you've actually assigned.
Try getting shot by a .22 in the eye and then have someone scratch your fingernails with a sword and see which dealt more damage.
Ofcourse it matters on the weapon, but overall gun is definitely more powerful at killing than any melee weapon.
kind of related
My LG TV:
>You have been idle for several hours, the TV will automatically turn off in 30 seconds, press any button on your remote to continue viewing.
>Press volume up
>TV turns off after 30 seconds anyway
>Gives party member AK47
>His gun animation is him shooting a rifle
>Guns have hundreds of feet in range
>Zweihander only has a few feet
What are you going to do, throw it at me?
Other than New Vegas what games use guns chambered for .22s?
>pressing start opens the menu
>pressing start does not close the menu
>somebody messages you on steam
>hit shift + tab to reply
>pressing ANY button skips the cutscene
Cole Younger was shot 11 times at Northfield, Minnesot during a bank robbery gone wrong. He lived, fully recovered, without any lasting injury or crippled nature. He died of old age many years later. In short, the type of gun matters quite a bit as to how deadly, and just how much damage it will do.
You must also account for the person using the gun. A marksman can probably kill you with anything, but some punk nigger might just shoot your arm and barely leave any lasting damage.
>Implying being strong enough to hold a big gun and steady its aim against recoil wouldn't increase your accuracy and in effect increase your damage.
A gun shoot can deal more damage because the bullet either pierce and tear away the insides or it breaks and cause several lacerations with bits of metals the size of a pin.
Bones are hard to break, unless you're fighting an immobile target you have no sure chance to kill them.
Guns have range and can fire in quick succession, so it's one hit from a sword against all the hits a gun can throw in the same time.