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Also there are people that stupid. When I worked at Radioshack they hired someone that only lasted about a week or two, he didn't know how to put batteries in correctly. Not really sure why he applied at Radioshack.
So am I the only one who saved the batteries for the next episode? I played through once and since fixing the radio didn't seem to help or alter anything I decided to save them on the second time around. Unlike the energy bars, the batteries were in my inventory still at the end of the episode.
"I wrap my rascal two times cause I like it to be joyless and without sensation, as a way of punishing supermodels" -Master Shake New Cage EP soon!
Nazomi posted... You cannot possibly argue this ...
I am pretty positive I could hand a 3rd world malnurished African child a radio and a battery and they would figure out what to do within 5 minutes. I would assume 90% would already would know how to operate it but the other 10% would get there in 5 minutes through trial and error.
An absolutely stupid part of the game and it doesn't highlight stress in any way shape or form. Over played Gun/Tech at best
Lol, kid knows not how mental stress can affect you. Severe Mental Stress, such as oh the END OF THE WORLD?
Defeated....and we were told you were the best....