Question from Cyberslam8

Asked: 2 years ago

Special Weapons?

I have some questions on how some special weapons work and decided to list them under one question:
1. Does Darkside's Tri-Gun have a certain amount of time it can fire or a certain amount of bullets it can fire?
2. Is Darkside Slam any better than it's turbo ram?
3. According to the garage, Shadow's special deals lower damage than Meat Wagon's, and I believed it when I was dealing 10-25 damage with it, as opposed to Meat Wagon's 45 damage. However, I've hit single cars with Shadow's special and dealt 50-75 damage several times. Can anybody shed some light as to how this works?
4. The shockwave ability on Axel, Crimson Fury, and Kamikaze never hit anybody when I use them. I charge them up all the way, and I make sure I'm almost touching the other cars. What am I missing here?
5. I cannot for the life of me figure out how to use the Zoomy Rockets on Death Warrant. Can anybody tell me how to use them?
6. Does Roadkill have Zoomy Rockets, and do they work the same way as they do on Death Warrant?

Additional details - 2 years ago

Okay, I figured some of this out:
1. The Tri-Gun fires a certain amount of bullets, up to 59.
4. Shockwave abilities work better when you're stopped or moving very slowly.

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1.Darkside's Tri-gun is SUPPOSED to do 50 damage, but it can do 53 damage at times.
2. Darkside Slam does siginifcant damage than the turbo ram, also, you can use it whenever you want without using turbo.
3. Shadows special does damage the more bounces or how long it was sent out. Meat Wagons does 40 only.
4.It glitches sometimes, make sure you're on the ground to hit them.
5. When charging it, get it to the red spot on the charge bar, then quickly release then press again.
6.Roadkill can do the same thing as Death Warrant, but also has blood missiles, do the same thing twice on the charge bar for alternate special.

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