View Full Version : I finally did it (Brother Obscura)
04-23-2006, 01:31 PM
After all the agonizing tries with the red ghost, I have passed the level. I know what's the problem. I suppose to keep firing the ghost til he does not look at Lara and stays a distance. Then seize the moment to grab the painting. That's the key. Ghost not looking, doesn't switch around the painting from one statue to another. Finally. Now, I can continue the game.
It because, I must have the new Legend game!!
MUST HAVE IT!!!!!
04-23-2006, 01:36 PM
Yay congrats :D
I cant even remember that bit with the red ghost, i only played AOD through once and i think i got my dad to do that bit :rolleyes:
04-23-2006, 03:34 PM
Congratulations Spyro, that was the hardest bit trying to work that out in the game for me. Good luck fighting Boaz :)
04-26-2006, 02:42 AM
Congrats Spyro, I hated that part at first. took me 100 bullets, and realization hit me about 6 times, 'IT HAD STOPPED THERE! YOU SHOULD'VE MADE A RUN FOR IT!!!'
Good Luck with Boaz... I played her again last night. Legend's controls are REALLY very easy to get used to, plus there was 'KURTIS'... I nearly threw the monitor out of the window... :mad2: AND banged my head in the wall...:mad2: :mad2: :mad2:
*later* :nut: :nut: :nut:
04-29-2006, 02:06 AM
That part with the ghost I found was one of the hardest to do in AOD. I attempted that so many times and thought I would never do it, but I did eventually.
Well done. :thumbsup:
04-29-2006, 04:56 AM
It *was* hard, but it was also terrifyingly badly designed and not very satisfying. I quickly discovered, as with the final boss in the game, that the ghost can hardly get you if you crouch down low. It took me ages to work out what to do next, because shooting doesn't seem to have any effect on it at all. It just makes no sense at all that after the umpteenth inconsequential slug through his semi-transparent cloak he takes time to pause and have a think. Why? Is he confused? Is he injured? It bewildered the heck out of me.
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