on 17-02-2012 09:39 PM
I'm enjoying Starhawk a lot, and think it has huge potential, but there are a couple of issues that still really bug me. I'd be interested to hear feedback from the community on the following two points:
1. Regenerative Health: Health regenerates far too quickly.
Some of the most exciting moments in Warhawk were when your health was running low and you had to race to the health pickup to keep yourself alive or hide away desperately hoping that the passing enemy wouldn't spot you whilst you waited for the health pickup to reappear.
I firmly believe that the way they handled health in Warhawk was an enourmous aspect of the game's highly addictive nature.
If I had my way I would remove regenerative health entirely but if LBI are determined to persist with it I would love to see the amount of time it takes for your health to regenerate significantly increased.
2. Health Bar: The addition of a Health Bar is essential and would be easy to implement without cluttering up the HUD too much.
The current system for judging how much health you have remaining is too vague, particularly in vehicles when the camera angle can sometimes make it difficult to see how much damage you've taken. I want to see a display of exactly how much health I have left at all times.
on 17-02-2012 10:26 PM
I'm in two minds.
I quite like the fact that your health is a visual indicator rather than a number. We don't have a health level metre in real life (thank God ) so I'm not sure about that one.
I quite like the survival level as it is, however this is an area that hasn't been tweaked yet and I would be interested to see what it's like with what you prescribe. I think there is high possibility that I could change my mind.
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