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Old 04-04-2002, 03:42 PM   #1
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Question Charging up the disruptor rifle

Can anyone tell me if there's a good reason why the disruptor rifle can only be charged up to full power when it's on scope? This doesn't make any sense.

(Other than it being far too powerful if you could fire it full power while still having peripheral vision, of course.)

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Old 04-04-2002, 04:26 PM   #2
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Huh? If you'll notice, the fire modes are entirely different.

The main fire has much less of a delay between shots, you can run around whilst shooting, but it does less damage..and uses less ammo.

Activating the sniper mode ( alt-fire ), you get a much greater time between shots ( so you have to be more strategic about using it ), it uses more ammo, it does more damage, but you can only crouch walk around...no running. You also get the satisfaction of disintegrating them if you charge the weapon fully.

So, it's basically like any other weapon. There is a main fire and an alt-fire, and they just behave differently.
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