"Anonymous1157" said:Oh god, I get the Tetris effect with everything. Like, I've been playing Medieval 2 recently (again) and this morning I was eating scrambled eggs. I set the plate before me and took the first bite. And then, I swear, for about half a minute I stared at it waiting to see how it moves it's troops.
When I start playing video games, I have to finish or get really bored with them, or they rule my thoughts. Like the time I started playing through Halo 1 and 2 for the first time and nearly didn't finish some homework I had for that weekend. (The week between playing the two games was a drag, too.)
Coincidentally, I spent the past day and a half playing GTA3, and now I'm putting off psychology homework by writing about it here.
Apparently it decided to not move them and I slaughtered them from range. Incidentally, a lot of archery-based faction playthroughs end rather the same. The battle AI in Medieval 2 (god bless its stupid little soul) tends to be rather passive, even if I'm fielding only ranged troops and they're fielding only melee troops. Indeed, if such is the case, it decides that the best course of action is to stand there and die. I tend not to field ranged-heavy armies. Not that the battle AI is less passive then. GRIPE GRIPE