Ross here, I’ve done a few user created challenges by Stormwolf101 and DocGonzo and finally felt the time was right to conceive my own challenge. So I batted around a few different ideas which I might refine later and created a challenge that should test even the most seasoned players. At least I hope it will.
I call it the Psycho Sherpa Challenge!
The Challenge should you chose to accept it is straightforward. You have heard of a Promised Land called Desolation Point far from the horrible weather Pleasant Valley. However PV has already cost you most of your supplies so you first must head to the Summit of Timberwolf Mountain.
Here you must break down all the crates and open all the containers at which point you must select enough supplies to place you over 50 kilos.
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Wintermute the first Season of The Long Dark story mode is here. So I’ve been playing it, all the way through.
So it’s been very quiet around here for a while.
Here are my Let’s Plays for Episode One and Episode 2.
Episode 1: Do Not Go Gently
Episode 2: Luminance Fugue
I hope you find these helpful for tactics and for completing the games for yourselves!
This is by no means a 100 percent complete Let’s Play.
In 1991 the film K2 (The Ultimate High) premiered in theaters.
Here is the Synopsis from wikipedia:
K2 is a 1991 motion picture loosely based on the story of two friends’ ascent of the second-highest mountain on Earth, K2. The story is based on a play written by Patrick Meyers and presented as a senior thesis at Stanford University. The film was directed by Franc Roddam, and written by Meyers and Scott Roberts, adapting Meyers’ original stage play. The two main characters of the film, Taylor Brooks (played by Michael Biehn) and Harold Jameson (played by Matt Craven), are loosely based on Jim Wickwire and Louis Reichardt, respectively, the first two Americans to summit K2 in 1978. Wickwire and Reichardt are acknowledged in the ending credits.
In most of the world the music was provided by composer Chaz Jankel it’s a very good score and is probably the one which most people are familiar with. However in Europe the film was released with a insane score by my favorite composer Hans Zimmer.
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