Author Topic: BRIGADOR: A Mech Fears Only One Thing  (Read 2051 times)

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Re: BRIGADOR: A Mech Fears Only One Thing
Heh, I prefer the König (which, for the unitiated, is simply the GUA-8 from those A-10s). You can dual mount them to tracks now.

  

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Re: BRIGADOR: A Mech Fears Only One Thing
My go to is often the Mantis (since it was introduced) with those dual galinhas though the buckmaster is tons of fun with the right strategy.
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Re: BRIGADOR: A Mech Fears Only One Thing
I found the Fork with bully+disco+smoke was pretty fun. But really, the Rope Kid with the Black Hand and AKP is where it's at. So many war crimes in such a small package!
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Re: BRIGADOR: A Mech Fears Only One Thing
Brigador is not only fun with a great cyberpunk setting, it does a fantastic job with its story which is simple, almost entirely option, and super super deep if you start reading all the codex entries and classified briefings.

 

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I haven't finished the audio book yet since I have way too much stuff to read/watch/play but from the bit I've listened to it's great. I made a video a while ago that talked a bit about Brigador's story and its huge amount of dark humor. The developers really put their heart into this game and it shows.
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Roper with dual Königs and AKP pretty much evaporates everything.
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