Thanks to some good people on this board, I'm pretty sure my next run of "Arms Dealing" will clear the quest.
What REALLY irks me though is that the timed quests in this game seem impossible without some form of "cheating," IE pre-killing enemies and/or leaving a car in a good spot to teleport too.
If the quest description gave you a heads up on this, that would be one thing, but in my mind, any quest that is essentially unbeatable the first time you get it (that is, needing prior knowledge of it to stand a chance of beating it,) is poorly designed, nothing better. --- Funny how GameFaqs tags the word "faqs" as mispelled.
#2charon78auPosted 10/9/2012 12:16:03 AM
I did Arms Dealing by driving to each mailbox and sprinting past the enemies.
It wasn't easy, but I did it on my 2nd attempt. --- Saturday night is the loneliest night of the week. GT: Charon78
#3KiThirstyPosted 10/9/2012 12:21:37 AM
I didn't really like the timed quests, even after I realized I could use the catch-a-ride stations to teleport and make them easy. If they wanted to include a feature with a time limit, I would have preferred if each area had a vehicle time trial course. Then multiple players wouldn't change the difficulty of the mission, you couldn't use teleportation to make it easier, and Ellie's relic might be useful for something.