PDA

View Full Version : Skipping a memory



Clariana
02-11-2014, 10:56 PM
Is it possible? Yes, I want to skip Nothing is True so sue me! :mad: I play games for fun not to get frustrated and angry.

ACBF is a great game, I love being a pirate I just want to get past this section and on with the rest of the game. Is a workaround possible? Say getting a copy of a completed memory.

Alphacos007
02-12-2014, 01:29 AM
No, you can't skip a memory. Why can't you just play through it?

grey-phoenix
02-18-2014, 08:51 PM
Is it possible? Yes, I want to skip Nothing is True so sue me! :mad: I play games for fun not to get frustrated and angry.

ACBF is a great game, I love being a pirate I just want to get past this section and on with the rest of the game. Is a workaround possible? Say getting a copy of a completed memory.



ah nothing is true, as it where.

the most frustrating mission i've come across so far in every single game.

rcole_sooner
02-18-2014, 09:54 PM
The 3rd area of that mission is terrible. It must have taken me an hour to clear this ...what 150 yard ... area ... not fun. I guess I did feel good once I got through.

Really these and a few others are just an exercise in memorization. I go until I find the next thing to memorize, fail, then get through it the next try. I just have to memorize all the little things.

Yep, not my favorite and possibly the most frustrating ... but at least it was not timed and/or an escort mission ... I loathe guard/escort missions (I'm sure some folks love them).

Nitrotoluene
02-21-2014, 01:00 AM
.. (I'm sure some folks love them).

Not me, I loathe them too.

Knowing that the game has several missions of that type is enough to put me off re-playing AC4 once I'm finished with the main story. I always gave those missions a "dislike" rating and I hope Ubi gets the same message loud and strong from lots of players.

It's good to have that mission rating system in place, saves us ranting too much in the Forums, which could be bad for sales. Smart move Ubi. I hope more companies take up that idea.