Does drinking before a nightmare have positive or negative affects?

  1. The game says that drinking will affect Vincent's performance in the nightmare world, I was wondering if the affects are positive or negative.

    User Info: TheKrunkster

    TheKrunkster - 8 years ago

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  1. I believe being drunk makes Vincent faster in his nightmares. I always had him completely drunk before he went to sleep.

    User Info: Puew

    Puew - 8 years ago 10   0


  1. Being drunker seems to make Vincent faster in the nightmares. It seems to be the only effect that drinking has.

    User Info: sakura4994

    sakura4994 - 8 years ago 3   0
  2. Drinking before the Nightmare World always yields positive affects. The obvious result is him moving a lot faster. So it is best to keep him drunk before he goes to bed. There are no negative affects.

    User Info: DaakuCloud

    DaakuCloud - 8 years ago 3   1
  3. Mailbox IN:

    Date: 3rd April
    From: Midnight Venus
    Subject: Booze & You

    All the different drinks you can have in the bar will get you equally drunk. Choose your favorite!
    Here's a secret: When you have alcohol in your system, you can move faster in your Dreams! If you're going to be hanging out in a bar anyway, why not get your drunk on.


    I don't know if its explained that way because i play it on easy (lol yeah i suck but i rather enjoy that great story), but it's kinda clear to me that way ^.^

    User Info: silberasche

    silberasche - 8 years ago 0   0
  4. It will make vincent faster. So make him completely drunk before he sleeps

    User Info: Curoch

    Curoch - 8 years ago 1   2
  5. When Vincent drinks people do NOT leave the bar so you can drink as much as u want and like everyone else has said it makes Vincent faster in the nightmare stages so go ahead and take some shots haha ^___^

    User Info: Fujikun67

    Fujikun67 - 8 years ago 1   2
  6. Yes it is.

    User Info: looneyfan

    looneyfan - 8 years ago 0   2
  7. I am assuming that drinking will use up a bit of time making people leave the bar but other than that no. In nightmare you go faster.

    User Info: SivaYeend

    SivaYeend - 8 years ago 0   6

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