overview resistance 2 was the highly-anticipated sequel to the playstation 3 launch title resistance: fall of man, developed by insomniac games and published by sony computer entertainment america.
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hp hit points the unit's 'life meter'. the higher the value, the more damage your unit can sustain before being destroyed. it is shown in a current hp / max hp format. en energy the unit's 'fuel meter'. shows the amount of energy the unit has left. you spend 1 en for every square moved in in the sky or space. also, some attacks spend a certain amount of energy when used. each unit recovers
not finishing the line first will cost you some speed penalty. it took me quite 2-3 times to get first beating a tier 3 car using muscle tier 2 car, dodge charger r/t. so the only point in this game, first to cross the line and go as fast enough. tip: don't fall behind and go too slow. drift/canyon drift ----- a whole new drift has changed in carbon. there are 2 types of different types of
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