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Learn how to lift an enemy, how to shield yourself effectively and proper grenade usage.
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How to lift an enemy
Here, I will show you how to use your lift power. Enemy pops off in front of me. I lifted him up in the air and shot him until he dies. That simple.
How to shield yourself effectively
The shield power is my favorite. Here, I will show you why. I put it on, walk into the room, wait for the enemy to show himself and fires the missiles at me. Nothing happens, I did not even lose one hit point. Here, I shoot at more guys, waiting for the really hard guy to come up, and here he is. He is so hard to hit, he just flies all over the room, can not do anything about it. Here I’m just trying to shoot out at him but still, nothing I can do.
Proper grenade usage
There are a few surprises waiting for me here. Now, I am putting a grenade at the exploding barrel at the back. Bam! It just blew up the guy next to it. Now I am trying to shoot this guy. He is really tough. He does not want to die.
And here, I’m healing myself because someone’s going to hit me. Whoa! That was close, almost died right there if I didn’t use that health pack. Now, I am running away because I really do not want to die anytime soon.