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6-19-2009 @ 4:13PM
Ding ding ding! Which goes to show that the way they are calculating Blink is bugged. You just told me that Charge works because it's programmed a certain way and blink is programmed a different way, proving my point that Blink is bugged. So they need to find a way for Blink to use targeted coordinates based on where you are and which direction you are facing and then making you reappear where those coordinates calculate. Then combine it with actual wall collision detection and not just change in elevation detection. They obviously have a way of telling the difference or you wouldn't be able to walk up the ramps.And thank you Andy for just stating your reasoning rather than name calling, which really accomplishes nothing.
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