MeduSalem Posted September 3, 2014 Share Posted September 3, 2014 (edited) I stopped min-maxing (top tier gear vs crap gear) a long time ago because the game got pretty boring that way. Just "press 4 to win"-spam or take Boltor Prime/Soma and oneshot everything. BORING. Doesn't even remotely feel like a challenge nor are those the weapons I like the most. I like to play with Ember Prime and I like to play with my Grinlok or Ignis. I friggin don't care about if some selfentitled ultra-elitists start to rage when I bring that to a mission though I'm MR17 and should know better. Still faring better than most of those people, still getting downed much less because I learned to overcome the limitations of that gear. I know when I'm able to facetank something and when to pay attention and pick specific enemies out before they get ugly, rather then sitting on a box and nuke everything with a Penta from a distance. I'm no fan of immortal builds... because why do I even play then if there's not even a chance to lose due to me not paying attention? There's no challenge to be had with such builds no matter how difficult the tiers/enemy levels. Also, there are very bad weapons...such a Glaxion, Skana and many others. There are no such things as very bad weapons. On the Star Chart everything does just fine or at least decent. But I wouldn't expect to get far in T3/T4 endless mission types with some of them. People mostly whine around just because a weapon can't oneshot something in Wave 40 in T4 or whatever... Which is a topic that's pretty ridiculous to begin with. That said there will never be every weapon equal to each other... As much as I'd like to see that the game is no Unreal Tourmanet where every weapon is balanced out in comparison to each other. Warframe has too many RPG elements and therefore there's some sense of progression through the available weapons. Some will eventually do worse than others when taking them against the maximum possible difficulty settings. It's up to the player if the player wants to overcome those limitations with skill or stay lazy and take the easy way. Edited September 3, 2014 by MeduSalem Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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