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My suggestion is that the player has the ability to choose when to use the walkie-talkie. Perhaps a button could be mapped that would switch the player from the local in-game chat, to the walkie-talkie chat. Three reasons why i believe this should exist: 1) If players arent playing the objective and are just having fun, making jokes, and being loud on voice chat. This play style is totally fine with me, but it would be nice to choose if I want to listen to it through the walkie-talkie for the remainder of my game. 2) Sometimes it can be very overwhelming when you pick up the walkie-talkie and 6 other people are all screaming and you cant hear the game itself. There are a lot of audio cues in this game and sometimes the chat audio overpowers them. 3) My last and most important reason for the purposed change to the walkie-talkie system deals with the proximity chat function of the game. It can be very confusing when you have a walkie-talkie and the player you've teamed up with does not. Trying to stratigize with someone locally and not confuse the person across the map on their walkie-talkie (or vice versa) can confusing and frusterating. Furthermore it can be difficult to hear the person your working with locally if people on the walkie-talkie chat are being loud. Also, while this is a co-operative game, sometimes its in the best intrest of players to work in smaller groups of two. For example, the boat. If ive been working with another player to get the boat parts, I dont want to have to broadcast to the other players that we have the parts and are about to leave. They rush the boat and we all die lol. Overall i think my biggest argument for the change to the walkie-talkie system is strategy.
I really enjoy that this game is using sounds to indicate what's going on for the player but I've not yet found a good summary of what every sound actually does tell you. e.g. The Ki ki ki Ma ma ma, when does that happen and how should you act on it? Or when you fail a step in the mini game for the propellar, does Jason hear/see that somehow via sound or on his map? Anyone care to spread some light in a list form for the sound effects as Jason and as a Counselor? (and don't think, guess or wish, please only reply what you 100% know)