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ahhhhhhhhhhh la technique de faible!!!!!!!!!!!!!

moi les cougz je les ai buté sans leur foutre un coup de flingue, faut attendre le coug dans un coin à coug et dès que t'entends RAWWRRRR!!! tu t'accroupis avec ton schlass et tu lui en fous des coups et là le coug il se barre et il tourne autour de toi en position d'attaque et là il revient à la charge et SCHLAKkkkkk!!! un coup de canif.

ça c'est la technique de l'homme!!!!

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Bon ben comme prévu le jeu m'a gavé au Mexique, impossible de m'y remettre.

Même si je continue a m'amuser, je comprend que la lassitude puisse gagner et au final, c'est plus les "defis" genre chasse ou as de la gachette que je trouve vraiment excellent. J'en chie pour mes cougars mais je trouve ca vraiment bon. Faut avouer qu'il n'y aucune difficulté dans tout le jeu et que ce sont les seuls point ou il y a vraiment du challenge.

Pour le multi, je n'ai pour l'instant fait que la partie exploration et je suis pas super convaincu, j'attends que des potos me rejoignent sur PS3 pour me lancer dans le pvp que j'espère plus passionnant.

Mais bon, ca reste un putain de jeu

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ahhhhhhhhhhh la technique de faible!!!!!!!!!!!!!

moi les cougz je les ai buté sans leur foutre un coup de flingue, faut attendre le coug dans un coin à coug et dès que t'entends RAWWRRRR!!! tu t'accroupis avec ton schlass et tu lui en fous des coups et là le coug il se barre et il tourne autour de toi en position d'attaque et là il revient à la charge et SCHLAKkkkkk!!! un coup de canif.

ça c'est la technique de l'homme!!!!

 

Technique testée et approuvée Viendez zy les ours

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Ayé, fini ! mon premier jeu console depuis facile 4 ans. C'etait sympa, meme si en dehors des missions c'est du remplissage pur jus. Heuresement qu'on peut trainer un innocent derriere soi quand on cavale.

Bizarrement c'est la partie au Mexique qui m'a le plus botté.

Par contre le sim-farm à la fin, j'ai cru que j'allais détruire le jeu. Ca se tient scenaristiquement et rythmiquement parlant, mais passer de prendre un fortin d'assaut à la gatling à tuer à wapiti, ca gave

A dans 4 ans pour ma prochaine incursion dans le monde des consoles.

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J'ai repris le multi hier soir et j'ai choppé le trophée de la mort qui tue :

le Red Dead Rockstar

 

 

Je l'ai eu au premier gars que j'ai tué en multi.

 

idem

 

fichtre, j'ai donc l'air d'une nouille avé mon trophé tout moisi

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p'tain j'ai trop hâte! en même temps j'ai aussi hâte de jouer un peu plus au jeu déjà

 

Sinon yavait déjà les chevaux zombies !!

 

SkOplPfSj18

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Dans Red dead, ya Lobo le roi des loups, et son nom vient de la vraie histoire d'un loup nommé Lobo:

Legend of Lobo, Wolf King of Currumpaw, New Mexico

Aug 9, 2010 Thomas Wyatt

 

 

 

For a period in the 1890s, a large male wolf called "Lobo" and his pack roamed Currumpaw valley in New Mexico, preying upon cattle, and distressing cowboys and ranchers. Naturalist Ernest Thompson Seton, who despised wolves, and had hunted them in Manitoba where he grew up, came down to capitalize on the $1000 bounty offered for a killed Lobo. But with time, his view of these animals changed. Below is the history of the events of Lobo's hunting and capture, according to the man who finally caught the legendary wolf.

Legend of the Wolf Lobo, King of Currumpaw

 

Lobo was notorious among cowboys and ranchers. His pack was, at its height, thought to be responsible for the killing of one cow per day (as much of the wolf's naturally prey, including bison, extirpated from New Mexico, had been pushed out by settlers), but the wolves led by Lobo were seldom seen, and could not be successfully trapped or hunted.

 

Lobo's legend grew, and eventually, rewards were offered for his trapping or killing. Compensation for his removal reached $1000, which attracted Ernest Thompson Seton, an English naturalist who had grown up in Canada. Even as he began to hunt the wolf and its pack, he took time to watch other animals, such as pronghorn and elk, which he sketched and wrote about. Initially, Seton felt that wolves were simply vermin, which would kill young cattle without cause, but his opinion of these wild canines would later be impacted by a new sentiment.

 

 

Lobo, Wolf King of Currumpaw Avoids Capture

 

Judging by his prints, Seton estimated Lobo's weight to be around 150 lbs. The naturalist began tracking the wolf, following his tracks, and riding about visually searching for him. The wolf king, however, eluded his pursuer. Then, Seton tried poisoning the King of Currumpaw. He set baits, in the forms of poisoned chunks of meat about, but he soon began to notice a pattern of humiliating results: Lobo would inspect the baits, but never eat them. In fact, at one point, Seton recounted Lobo's carrying three poisoned chunks of meat to a fourth chunk, making a pile of four poisoned baits, none of which had been actually sampled.

 

Seton then resorted to placing traps. They were inconspicuously set along Lobo's paths of travel, and properly deodorized of human scent. The wolf, however, would not settle for simply avoiding the traps, which purported to catch the legs of wolves, which would then be easily track-able (presuming that the bulky traps did not catch on rocks or cacti, immobilizing the trapped wolf further). Instead, he disarmed the traps.

Capture of the Wolf Lobo

 

Seton was humiliated over and over by the wild canine. Lobo did not come within shooting range, he passed up poisoned meats, and he sprung traps to disable them, without catching himself. However, one day, Seton caught a big break.

 

The naturalist was now devoting much of his time to hunting Lobo, to no avail. Then, he noticed Lobo's tracks, but they were not the only prints he found: in front of Lobo's were smaller prints, leading him about wherever he went. He was following another wolf.

 

Her name was Blanca, according to local ranchers and cowboys, named so because of her white coat. Lobo was in love, and he followed his partner. Seton, hoping that there was an emotional attachment between the pair, decided to target Blanca. He set separate traps near pieces of cow. Lobo went to disarm one, but Blanca got caught in the other. Seton recounted that he shot Blanca, and brought her body back to his cabin. That night, he could hear Lobo howling melancholically from the hills, and his voice was devoid of the triumphant note that it usually carried. Seton also claimed that the King of Currumpaw visited his cabin that night, looking for Blanca.

 

Seton then set traps around, and dragged Blanca's body around the area, hoping that Lobo would be clumsy in looking for his partner, and would follow her scent wherever it led him. He was and did; Lobo was found by Seton, caught in four traps, with one on each leg. The naturalist had recently been developing an admiration for the wolf king, and he could not bring himself to kill him. He returned to his cabin with the wolf, who simply stared toward the mountains, seemingly unaware of anything else. Not long after he was brought back to the cabin, Lobo died.

 

Seton began to feel remorseful. He started to admire wolves, which he had once hunted actively in Manitoba, before coming down to New Mexico to hunt the famed Lobo. He began to respect the wild dogs which he had despised, and wrote a story, "Lobo the King of Currumpaw," which was featured in his book, Wild Animals I Have Known. Seton never killed another wolf.

 

Reference:

 

Seton, Ernest T. Wild Animals I Have Known. New York: Scribners, 1899

 

 

Read more at Suite101: Legend of Lobo, Wolf King of Currumpaw, New Mexico http://www.suite101.com/content/legend-of-lobo-wolf-king-of-currumpaw-new-mexico-a271429#ixzz115xS1W5K

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Entre deux parties de curling et bonhommes de neige, j'ai passé mon week end à jouer à l'addon avec les zomblards !

l'histoire est mince et répétitive, mais c'est bien jouissif surtout les actions corps à corps (coup de torche dans l'oeil, fusil à bout portant).

Et puis les chevaux de l'apocalypse, quoi !!! c'est la classe.

 

(Et Seth me fait bien rire avec son pote zombie)

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Je viens juste de m'y mettre, j'ai pas tenue longtemps avant de faire le con.

Faut que je le fasse plus sérieusement mais j'ai pas la motive, le jeu en vaut il vraiment la peine ? Je demande surtout ça aux gens qui y ont beaucoup joué.

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bah oui il en vaut la peine, plusieurs sites spécialisés ont plus ou moins dit qu'il surpassait GTA4.

 

perso j'ai pas joué le jeu du bad guy donc je ne peux pas dire si la vie d'outlaw vaut la peine, mais bon la partie vers Tree Falls est juste la pesance pour peu qu'on aime la montagne, les ours et la forêt.

 

GAME OF THE YEAR!

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Le jeu est fastoche par contre, les missions sont plutot chiante dans l'ensemble, meme si l'intrigue est beton donc ca vaut le coup d'arriver jusqu'a la fin. Mais je prends 10 fois plus mon pied avec les differents challenges maintenant que l'histoire est finie.

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