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  • RobertEmerald
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    1) Like the yellow Insurgency Icon constantly reappearing, even though this weeks mission has been completed.
    2) Like certain chests, [censored] crates and small jewelry boxes showing on the map, even though I have already collected them.
    3) Like not being able to explore certain areas freely after clearing it of all enemies, due to enemies re-spawning almost instantly. This one irritates me the most.
    4) Like some of the linear story paths we are forced to take, even though this is intentional and by design. It could of been done so much better and with more choices and consequences.
    5) Like not having a New Game Plus mode yet.
    6) Like the main story being developed by too many people, as the first half of the story is exceptional, but falls off in the latter half. Along with some side missions that did not make any sense and did not even have to be in the game at all (like Bicho's drunken mission. Too bad we couldn't kill Bembe, because he was a total [censored]. I must have shot him 500 times but he just won't die. And lastly, I hate losing Mercedes "Jonron" Martin the most, because I really loved her character, but at least my favorite character (Camila "Espada" Montero survived.

    All games are not perfect, but with over 5000 people involved in making this game, there should not be so many tiny bugs and glitches. Hopefully, patches will fix most of them, given enough time.

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