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  1. #41
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    Agree.
    Whenever I keep racing stuck at one speed class for too long, I lose my grip on other classes. Balance is the key.

  2. #42
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    For take Gold Medal on 6 cells Uplift Wipeout HD Campaign Hard difficulty

    Wipeout HD Uplift Single Race Vineta K Venom
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IE7cN2PIXDw
    Wipeout HD Uplift Single Race Anulpha Pass Venom
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xuzVRAT7tkc
    Wipeout HD Uplift Speed Lap Anulpha Pass Venom
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DAsL0AytObM
    Wipeout HD Uplift Speed Lap Vineta K Flash
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wsKuAbBUJ9o
    Wipeout HD Uplift Time Trial Anulpha Pass Venom
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AQRJQNZa2_8
    Wipeout HD Uplift Zone Vineta K
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jfE5sVNgOiM
    Last edited by Andrew-Swan; 19th June 2013 at 08:06 PM.

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    So now I've become a little older and wiser in the ways of Wipeout . . . (yeah, right )

    I finished the HD campaign after spending a few days on Meltdown. However, once I finished, I began the Fury campaign and was AMAZED at how difficult it was to win a race on Venom class! I think what I want beginners to realize is that track familiarization is a VERY different process from learning to compete against other racers. I mean, sure, it's no mean feat to consistently perform perfect laps in Speed Lap mode on Sebenco Climb on Phantom Class, but that doesn't mean you know how to race.

    I agree with previous posters now that Venom racing is not necessarily "easier" than Phantom racing--they're just different beasts, and they both require equally complex tactics.

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    I agree with this; when I first started playing WipEout (first game was HD ) I played race on Venom and I got last place. I played Phantom for fun and I got last place. Now that I'm progressing in Campaign (did racebox and online too long) I can race Flash, Venom and Rapier (the latter with scratches all over my hull) but can still not play Phantom. Why? Because I've only played about 5 races on Phantom.

    Praaaaaaaacctise!!!!!

    (makes perfect.)

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    I agree with quickbeam, Wipeout Fury is very hard, even though i've already got elite campaign legend in HD I wasnt able to win races in the first cell haha, but well, today I got Zone Zeus and Gemini so I'm happy, just two trophies left to get the 100% (Fury Campaign and Arcade Perfect)
    Last edited by Alejandro; 25th June 2013 at 05:05 PM.

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    You don't need Fury trophies for the platinum. Just saying.

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    Just to point out how really amazing this game can be.
    With AG-Systems, I was pretty sure I had my ship. It still is, in a way, but recently with Feisar (Fury) I smashed some of my times. It's all a matter of adjusting and refining your skills.

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    I don't know if anyone else does the same but the way I improve is by doing speed laps on the tracks which I am not really good at plus I often switch ships to see which I find best on the current track for example when ever I race on Sebenco Climb or Chenghou Project I usually use the Feisar Fury however if I am racing on Anulpha Pass I find AG-Systems Fury more comfortable but I can say that practicing on zone always helps but as for the ship switching it is a matter of personal preference

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    i also did speedlaps a lot. but i realised that you don't learn to be consistant each lap and the lines over weapon pads. so now i do this:
    1 zone session
    speedlaps
    time trials
    single races

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    @Mietepiet, I see what you mean mate by the weapon pad lines but I think that depends on if the person prefers getting weapons or the speed pad
    As a rule I try to race green as much as I can but if I am in 1st place or last that's when I start spamming the weapons, sorry for going off topic.
    Last edited by IXxNOCTURNALxXI; 19th December 2013 at 05:17 PM. Reason: Bad Grammar

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