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Jonesdaniel

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#1 15 years ago

Well, when you jump and grab onto the wall on your side, i've noticed theres two ways you can jump off. One way is just a normal jumped stance, where your body's up straight. The other one is a kind of dive stance, where you lie on your side in mid air. Just wondered if its random the way you jump off, or is the a certain button you have to press to do the dive off. Thanks for the help.




Lyon

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#2 15 years ago

I noticed that to but i aint sure how it's done.




Sephirias

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#3 15 years ago

there is a side ways jump of where you jump at it on a angle and one where you just jump at it! if that is any help




AbU5e

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#4 15 years ago

The type of jump off the wall, depends on the difference between the height of the grab point on the wall in relation to the height of the initial jump point.

If the grab point is greater than the initial jump point, the subsequent jump off the wall will be the arms-out-stretched version (which results in a low maximum height, and no further wallgrabs possible)

If the grab point is equal to or less than the initial jump point, the subsequent jump off the wall will be the 'normal jump' (which results in a high maximum height, and allows further wallgrabs)




Sephirias

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#5 15 years ago

Didn't know that!




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#6 15 years ago

good though!!!!




Sephirias

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#7 15 years ago

Nicccccccccccccccccce!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!




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#8 15 years ago
AbU5eThe type of jump off the wall, depends on the difference between the height of the grab point on the wall in relation to the height of the initial jump point. If the grab point is greater than the initial jump point, the subsequent jump off the wall will be the arms-out-stretched version (which results in a low maximum height, and no further wallgrabs possible) If the grab point is equal to or less than the initial jump point, the subsequent jump off the wall will be the 'normal jump' (which results in a high maximum height, and allows further wallgrabs)

That's awsome, I didn't know that either. Ben, there was no need to triple post there.:rolleyes:




Sephirias

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#9 15 years ago

oh crap!




DarkJediDraco

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#10 15 years ago

how do you run on the wall like in the matrix. seen pics of it, but never could do it




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