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    School? I'm 21 for Christ's sake!

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    Good news, just the track guides to go and then this FAQ is finished! One question though. In the manual there is a multiplayer-only weapon depicted by a winking face - what the hell is this?

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    afaik it's reversing the opponent's controls. never got a chance to try it tho...

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    There's another one that reverses the controls, depicted by two arrows pointing at each other. This one's something else...

    EDIT: Aha, found it! It disables your opponents weapon systems, they can't fire or pick any up until it wears off. Quite nasty!

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    All finished! One down, three to go... ah well, it's a start

    Hope you all find it useful!

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    Well done! Brilliant guide, now it's finished.

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    Brilliant job, Charlie, a really detailed and clear guide to the game.

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    Good work Charlie!!

    One more of your outstanding WipEout guides on the web!
    Now all I need is a copy of WipE'out'' to test it

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    was it not hard to make a track guide? everybody has different ways of doing things

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    True, but the point of the guide is to give people a base to start from: in this case, how I did it. I raced each track at least 10 times immediately before I started writing the track guide, and also raced it again while I was writing it just to check it was all okay. The idea was to convey a tried and tested method which could either be adopted entirely or used as a base.

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