PV since I plan out my moves ahead of time before engaging the enemy. It's better than radar for me since I know what there doing, where are they facing and if there camping or not. You can't spot stationary targets on a radar.
Gotta love situational awareness
My guess is that taking advantage of the AA makes it powerful in its own way. There is no "bad" AA IMO. PV is just my favorite out of the bunch. Hologram is a next, followed by the Hardline shield. --- Xbox:InsanityWolf7 II PS3:Racerapj II Steam: Dark Wolf7171 II YouTube: http://www.YouTube.com/racerapj II MK: Cyrax II Tekken: Lili, Dragunov
PV for maneuvering on small maps, AC for sniping on large maps. Jetpack isn't my cup of tea but some people seem to do alright with it. Hardlight, Sentry, and Hologram are all useless if you're playing against skilled people.
Did you know you can reflect boltshot spray right back into people for lolz instakill?
I like deploying energy regen bubble around some cover right before a firefight. Then I just run away after sponging some shots to the face.
I've got to try that Hardlight Shield trick. That would be awesome if it works. --- I'm Not Even Remotely Dorky (send me a message if you get this and you will get props for it). Props given:17 Gamertag: Spudball
I alternate between PV, Thruster, and Jetpack. PV can be useful if I'm playing against a bunch of campers, Thruster is good if I need to evade something or someone quickly, and Jetpack is good if I need to get to higher ground quickly.
Thruster is worthless as a combat AA because of the hitbox lag (or whatever it is, in any case you still get hit if you try to thrust to actively dodge basically anything).
However, it is an amazing mobility AA. It basically turns Haven into a giant jungle gym.
Jetpack serves a similar purpose, with a different set of new shortcuts available. It also completely neutralizes the strategic advantage of the roof on complex, which is a very nice feature.
These are pretty much the only AAs I use these days. I've gone through phases, first with camo, then jetpack, then hologram, and finally the two I use now. They all have their pluses -- camo for troll sniping, jetpack for the above, hologram for bolt shot shenanigans -- but I think the vast expanse of shortcuts you unlock through the mobility-oriented specs are priceless. --- Hello. My name is Inigo Montoya. You killed my father. Prepare to die.
1. Drop regen bubble 2. Perform the dance of your people 3. Run away 4. DISTRACTION! --- Is there something about the way I type that makes it sound angry? Maybe it's just something about the way you read.
my opinion each one has a great purpose for different objectives koh: autosentry regicide: thruster (its evil when you sticky someone and thruster away from the blast) slayer: promo vision (cheap as all hell) oddball: regen
overall thought, promo vision for the win :) nothing wrong with being able to see through walls....or is there --- RJ FC: 077522406323 statistically speaking, 6 out of 7 dwarfs aren't happy