quote Shinobi_razorIt does yeah. And I was wrong before, you CAN quick-sell trash items at health vending machines. Quick sell only works when you're in the 'buy' menu though, not the 'sell' menu.Does it say down below what button does that with inventory open?
quote Shadow of Death(and Shinobi_razor) For PS3 you just have to keep hitting L3, it'll scroll through trash, fave then neither. Not sure how it would work on PC though.As to the fave/trash labeling system I haven't found it useful TBH. More often than not, due to the shitty consolized menu I end up accidentally faving/trashing a gun and I couldn't get it to remove the option (so if I didn't think a gun was trash, I'd have to select fave to overwrite it).
I could have sworn I saw an option to quick-sell trash items or something.
quote Paper Foxhow do you do that on console?Ditno, I didn't even know about the fave/trash thing until like...yesterday, AFTER finishing the main story. I'm using it all the time now, so useful.
quote Shinobi_razorGranted its easy, but not as flexible. You cannot do decent manouvres or strafe shoot. Its OK if you have a team mate manning the primary weapon but if you are driving and shooting alone the only viable tactic is to reverse away from, drive directly towards your foe or to completely stop altogether.the driving is just like in Halo which i love. to me its just so easy, just point the direction you want to go and push forward.
quote VicariousOMG, I totally did that. Except, with all 3 guns xDOne time I had a slag assault that had amazing damage and a perfect fire rate. So when I got it I sold all my other assault rifles to use it. Bad.. bad mistake. When the gun shot the bullets went up and then fell down like a mortar . It was extremely difficult to hit close range targets definitely when there was a lot. You aimed it like the damn grenade launchers off of COD, just pure awful. I don't know the manufacturing company for that one but lets hope it doesn't happen again.
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