hahahahahahhaahah , ok im gonna tell ya how dumb i am lol
I didnt know you can change your gear!! yeah thats right .
i passed grim with only the main armor yeah the entire game without me knowing bette, i died a good amount of times but i was like whatever the game is hard :p , now i played 2 levels of morbid all of this with the crappy level one armor hahahah
i saw this topic i was like WTF so now this game is like sooooo much easier :)
all protosuits level 5 will give you max agility, high endurance and low strenght
all exogears level 5 will make you have max strenght, high agility and low endurance
all amoshell level 5 will concead you with max endurance, high strenght and low agility
so its all about your playstyle.
Most players (me included) preffer being faster, so protosuit it is;
Max endurance it is only if you expect to get hit a lot, so amoshell;
Focus on strenght is only for pro players that knows how melee is a great weapon. Mastering melee requires a lot of training and the cost of high str is low endurance. And low endurance depending on the difficulty you're playing will make you get killed real quick.
You can always combine the armor, but I'm happy with lv5 proto so I didn't try any combination. (I use melee more to stop zombies rather then killing then. So no need to high str)
Ah, I didn't know that strength referred to your melee attack. Ok, I guess I'll use a setup that focuses on endurance and agility. This game can get dark at times, which sometimes leads to one of those red/black zombies (the one that don't drop bonuses) sneaking up on me. That's usually the only time I use melee.
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yeah, when I first played through Normal and most of Grim, I was using ArmoShell.... then I got the idea from this board about max speed. Once you go all ProtoSuit #5, you never go back. If you're playing for a good score, it's obviously best to avoid getting hit in the first place, and the ProtoSuit makes that easy.