THE TRENCH is a first person shooter video game on PC taking place during the First World War. You assume the role of a French foot soldier mobilized on the Verdun front. One of the main gameplay mechanics is that you begin the game 3 days before the German assault on the 21st February 1916. This time allows you to prepare for the future assaults of the Germans. You can request field artillery placements on a precise zone, air support, Trench raiding and the positioning of foot soldiers in strategic places. These 3 days will allow you to prepare the structure and the scene of the approaching battle. This also offers the player an important level of replayability.

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RustySpannerz Jun 12 2011 says:

That looks bloody fantastic.

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Tottel Jun 12 2011 says:

It looks really good, but aren't you going to use it with a bipod?
It's a machine-gun after all.

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joseph590 Jun 12 2011 says:

lol lets see how fast its gonna jam

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Thryker Jun 12 2011 says:

Will this be jamming constantly? I realise that in terms of gameplay it may be very annoying, but thats what these things are mostly remembered for, being of such poor design that they basically never worked.

You could do it in a more gameplay friendly way if there were stages of jams: e.g. they would sometimes suddenly jam completely (press R to fix or whatever) the other more common type being the guns rof slowing down considerably before a complete lock up (a short warning before it jams, the explanation being dirt etc has gotten into the magazine openings meaning a slowed/inconsistent feed rate. This along with dirty bullets being fed leading to the jam)

I dunno, I just think that it should be acknowledged to some degree ingame.

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Xan_Krieger Jun 13 2011 replied:

Honestly I don't think it matters how hard it is to fix the jam because I'm just gonna drop the "gun" (and I use that in a loose sense, this thing makes a better club, at least as a club it won't matter if it jams) and switch to something better (anything on me or in my immediate vicinity).

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Piemanlives Jun 13 2011 replied:

well you could take it apart and turn it into a still. that's what a decent amount of soldiers did with

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hagamablabla Jun 13 2011 replied:

I think that there should be a script where if you are looking at an enemy and you fire, there is a chance that your gun just jams. Just to give you that "Aw crap" feeling.

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