View Full Version : Adrenaline Dodge?!
08-16-2007, 10:43 PM
Thanks to everyone who tried to help me with my previous problem. Apparently my Disk was cracked by the store.. good thing they offered to let me trade the PC one for a used Ps2 game! Anyway I am having a problem! I got all the way to the T-Rex part and I am trying to take the easy way out- using those spiky things... you know the ones where you wait for the T-Rex to get enraged and then run in front of the spiky thing and wait for the T-Rex and then do the Adrenaline Dodge. I understand everything in that.. BUT I don't know how to do the Adrenaline Dodge! It just has four arrows pointing in different directions and whenever I try to do the adrenaline dodge the T-Rex gets me. Help, please? :(
08-17-2007, 12:18 AM
08-20-2007, 11:11 AM
Hope this help ya, another way to use the AD is to
1st: with "advanced toggle" on shoot with quickest reload and most powerful weapon such as 50 cal. to fill rage(red bar)
2nd: ready fingers on w(forward) and LS(left shift) crouch
3rd: when rage ensures press w first and then LS
4th: Important tip is to use the mouse to change direction while "still locked on" while still using the same w(forward) and LS(crouch) till you hear a "bell" then shoot as fast as you can to stunn.
Using the mouse to move and change directions will help being attacked , which disables the "lock on target" and also can get you killed while waiting for the time to shoot and for me saves the time to locate the a or d keys.
At 59 and having played all the TR games , enjoyed them all and they all have a special hard tactic that makes them great.:rolleyes:
08-23-2007, 01:05 AM
For PS2 the best way I've found is:
Hold down L1 (So Lara has her pistols out)
When the beast becomes enraged keep L1 pressed but stop firing. As soon as the screen blurs, push the left analogue in the direction you want her to go. Left usually - but on occasion I find back is best. When you see the crosshairs meet press R1 to fire.
Hope this helps.
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