02-24-2011 08:25 PM
Why thank you!! LOL
that can possibly be a solution, but! hydrogen power may still need fuel, Nuclear power still needs fuel and cooling... so to maintain the upkeep on machines like that, they still need supplies. (Personally, I think that playing as part of a raiding party....looking for more supplies and hooking up with Helghan Rebels, would have made the story a lil better) We would have seen more into Helghan culture, and we would look @ what it takes to survive on that harsh planet, AND we would have had some insight on the technology of that universe.
02-24-2011 08:45 PM
On the note of Stahl and Orloc fighting for the rewards that would be assumed for conquering the ISA, it just doesn't sit well. The Helghast DEMAND loyalty, while Stahl may not be completely right in the head, Visari would not likely trust Stahl with anything afterward, even if he did accomplish a marvelous feat. Another alternative is that Stahl no longer respected Visari as a leader either, and would have expected to use threat of arms to maintain power after Visari's return.
02-24-2011 09:05 PM
you just answered your own question.
Anyways, Radec was to defend HG in his death I would assume the nex in line would be the most senior/ most powerful soldier, hence Admiral Orloc. Once he finished kicking out the HG, he could be rewarded with a promotion or being the next in line etc. (that is if he knew Visari escaped...which he may have)
Stahl just wanted to move in, he respected nothing but profit. and you are right, would have used his company as a threat, But Visari may not have expected Stahl to go rouge. (that was his big secret)
02-24-2011 09:06 PM
Just to answer you thoughts on intruders this is the 24th century they almost certainly hav hydrogen power or even nuclear reactors in those things. No need for fuel.
Wrong. The correct answer is "It's a game, dude..."
My point being that you're thinking more about these plot holes/the story than GG ever did.
02-24-2011 09:07 PM
02-24-2011 09:37 PM
So I guess it's safe to assume Natko and Billinghurst were among the few ISA to exit Helghan before things got crazy?
02-24-2011 09:49 PM
02-24-2011 09:56 PM
Natko plays the role of the second character in Co-op
as for Billinghurst...I can't believe nobody's floated the idea of him being the guy in that escape pod thing at the end.
He's king of the ISA and Helghast...sneaksy/
02-24-2011 10:41 PM
Well just finished the SP campaign, not quite the ending I was expecting but I had no problem with it. Plus I was expecting to fight some 'boss' like we did with Radec in KZ2. In a way I am relieved, Radec was a PITA. For me frustrating doesn't = fun. And I am not that big on bosses anyway.
As for who was in the pod, first reaction says it's Stahl. But if it was, there would have been no reason to hide it in secrecy, cause everybody is automatically going to think it's him anyway. I like the idea of Visari still being alive. Cause as somebody pointed out, in the beginning scene where his daughter is 'surprised' after she holds his hand is a valid assumption that he could have been a duplicate of some sort. I was originally wondering why she had that expression, and this would explain it.
But why he would have been in a pod from one of the ships above is unexplainable. Either way the ending leaves a lot of unanswered questions, so this means a definite KZ4.
Now onto MP!
02-24-2011 11:49 PM
The "decoy double" theory could explain the hand rejection. But I still go with CommanderLewis's idea that she simply didn't agree with her father's actions. I'm pretty sure I read that somewhere too.
Has anyone ever thought of those other HG chairmen? The plot never went in depth with them, but they looked like they were a big deal in the story, like that guy with the beard! He could lead Helghan! lol Pretty sure it's not him in the pod though...