Improved AI hacking or Area AI hacking?

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User Info: Vengeance29

7 years ago#1
Which one should I choose?

User Info: seaniac1212

7 years ago#2
I'd personally go with the improved AI hacking.
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User Info: dex22

7 years ago#3
Yeah Id go with improved ESPECIALLY if you;re on a decently high difficulty. Large groups of unsheilded robots rubbing shoulders are hard to come by
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User Info: PsyrenCall

7 years ago#4
Area AI Hacking is pointless, as instead of the hacked 'bots going after unhacked 'bots... they go after each other.
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User Info: morpheus1138

7 years ago#5
i'm gonna make a bold statement and say area hacking is the least useful skill in the game

User Info: provett

7 years ago#6
I'min agreement with PsyrenCall, I tried area hacking and it's utterly useless, you give them shields and have them blast away at each other. When they knock off the shields they turn to you and attack because that's also when it wears off.

The only semi usefulness in it, is that it could potentially cause a distraction in the enemies as they aim for the hacked bots. But other wise useless.
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