Surviving the Fight: A Plazma Burst 2 Walkthrough
Plazma Burst 2 is not one of those games that you just pick and play with ease. Much like older shooters like Contra, and even Counter Strike, it still has a lot to do with forming good strategies. Often you’d need to practice your skills and learn the maps to make the most use of those skills. So instead of help through the campaign, this Plazma Burst 2 Walkthrough will concentrate on the different factors which will help you survive the longest and aid you in claiming victory. This will also cater to those that are new to the game, but want a decent chance at finishing a match.
Surviving the Campaign
The campaign of Plazma Burst is fairly straight forward. You are a Space Marine trying to ward off an alien invasion, using only your skills and a limited range of weapons. During the first level, you might notice that the platforms are separated, and you’ll have to jump from certain points to get higher. This can be used to your advantage, however, because these platforms serve as cover from fire coming from the lower sections of the map. A strategic jump will allow you to get away from danger quickly, and with smart planning you can maximize it so that your enemies will have to chase after you. Good use of the space will truly allow you to survive the longest, so on that note, you’ll have to learn how to memorize the maps so that you know exactly where to go when in danger.
Besides map memorization, it would also be a great idea to practice your reaction time. This is a fast paced game, where the AI is very aggressive and enemies can spawn nearly everywhere. The game is really centered around how fast you can draw your gun anywhere in a 360 degree range. Since it may be hard to do this at first, make sure to look use movement in place of speed. It will buy you time to escape, and will eventually improve your aiming skills as well.
Using Single Player Skills in Multiplayer
Multiplayer has always been a tricky thing to master, and in Plazma Burst 2, that difficulty is way more enhanced. However, this does not mean you cannot translate a lot of your single player skill to the multiplayer games. Particularly, using platforms as cover saves you a lot of life if you’re going up against more experienced players. Besides that, memorizing the maps will also prove handy for flanking movements and prediction how the enemy will attack. Beyond that, team play is a prime strategy in surviving in multiplayer. One of the best tactics is the claw, where two players would engage the enemy head, while the other two will jump behind them to engage them from the back. If you feel as if the enemy always has your number, another good idea would be to stick to the beginner section of the multiplayer. It is there that many newer plays can hang and practice, until you can move up to the new tiers of difficulty.