Oh, and as for the ACTUAL questions Bronxsta asked:
Yes, you can clear and retake an overrun base.
The way the stamina/fatigue thing works is that if you push your survivor too hard and you don't let him/her have a solid night of sleep in a bed, you will increase the rate at which he/she becomes fatigued.
So say I'm fresh as a daisy. I lose a little bit of stamina each time I swing a knife, and I lose that plus some more when I swing something heavy like
So, in the line at PAX, more than one person who heard my introduction said "If there's an RPG game mixed in there, and every survivor can die, how does THAT work?"
And of course, I knew that Lily can't die.
Lily is the radio operator. She's a survivor, but from a game point of view, she's Dr. Polito from System Shock 2 (only she turns out to be CONSISTENTLY helpful and good as opposed to secretly being a malevolent computer entity from hell). You cannot
- Finish the game (we're squashing bugs)
- Send to Microsoft for "certification." That means they verify that the game is playable and will not harm their brand/reputation. You all know this as an Undead Labs game, but I think most casual users who just see it on XBLA and decide to try it will think of it as an XBLA game... and blame Microsoft if it's not good enough. This process can take anywhere from one to multiple weeks. The game may