The scenarios in this game are hilarious.
"We're going to attack this castle, so we need you to kill all of their archers. Don't shoot any of the other defenders, though, that'd ruin everything."
"You need to stop this execution, but the headsman will hear if you shoot the archer standing behind him. Eliminate him silently by draping a flag over his head."
"We need to insert our spy into the enemy fortress. Shoot the guards and then cut the rope on the drawbridge, so that he can run screaming through the front gate."
"Assassinate the royal family. Don't worry about their guards, they don't care."
"We need to kill this knight during the joust. Just go ahead and shoot him right in the middle of the event."
The only thing keeping this game from being great is the bug where the helicopter takes damage when you shoot EODs and technicals. It's been there since the beginning, so I doubt it's ever going to be fixed.
The goal is to make a Cosmopolitan, roughly a 4:3:1:1 mix of vodka, cranberry juice, lime juice and triple sec, respectively. Leave just a little room for some ice, shake, then garnish with a lemon. Your score will be somewhere around nine thousand, depending on how exact you are. The IBA recipe uses Cointreau instead of just standard triple sec and a lime as the garnish, so it isn't actually a "perfect" Cosmopolitan, but whatever.
Because the scoring is heavily weighted towards the correct choices, you can mix drinks that substitute or just plain leave out the main ingredients and watch as he goes gaga over something that's completely wrong.
I feel like there might be a bug somewhere. On a few occasions, usually with closers, one of my station scores has been knocked down to a flat 0%, even though I'm quite sure that I did everything correctly.
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