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Any intent on delving into the technology used to keep the waterways free of Tiberium's influence?
...Probably just resonators...
Goddammit, I thought of a better one too late... Well, here goes anyways:
Do cyborgs build electric snowmen?
pretty little snow flake...
initiating 'catch on tongue' protocol...
Whichever's good for you. I love the C&C universe and setting, but I feel like it's long dead at this point.
Yeah, really, those stacks do look to have been inflated. If I stare long enough, they look like they're spiraling, which I think was the goal...
Too bad we don't have the technology to retroactively upgrade the recording equipment and encoding used.
So much atmosphere. Are you sure this is an RTS?
Spiders aren't insects, they're arachnids.
I know the feeling, I've been working with hammer and Source for so long, I'm often doubting my own abilities, thus constricting me to Source. I recently started dabbling with UE, though, and I have to say it's impressively simple to use.
If the gang decides to give it a whack, I'm sure it'll go over well, you're all certainly more accomplished than I. That being said, I'll continue being a fan regardless.
Some of the textures are rubbing me the wrong way. I think it's the mottled surfaces on the top of the warfactory and something having to do with helipads/orcas.
Maybe it's just the lack of terrain contrast...
BSG had a Kodiak cameo, don't see why it shouldn't get reversed.
I don't think it should be gold, as that'd tend to look a bit washed out or grating on the eyes, or it might look more like a poster than a screen if it's too dark. However, GDI does have cause to use that lighter shade of blue shown. They were formed by the UN, and the blue color harkens back to UN peacekeeper roots.
The blue color was used in C&C 3, probably more for technical reasons than overall aesthetic, but if you notice, their units maintained the gold scheme. The blue color scheme was reflected in the UI and the cinematics.
This looks sick.
Except you can only see enemies you can already see.
Personally, I think veterency is fine, but should work as a sort of passive boost for a killstreak, and reset after each death.
The collar on his neck seems to be from 3 or 4
True, Generals is better suited, but the generals engine is an update of the Emperor: Battle for Dune engine, which also used grid building. It is by no means an impossibility.
I think the older C&C games are better served maintaining the grid building system as in RA3.
Does ArmA still do the old standby of one part breaks = fiery explosion? I haven't paid that much attention. If not, it'd be cool to see crash landings become survivable.
There are people serious about this in warframe right now. I weep for spaceninja sim 2015.
Oh, I meant if the craft is designed for engaging ground targets. If it's meant for air-to-air engagements, then it looks like it'll afford plenty of visibility. But again, I'm not entirely certain what sort of FOV this will yield when viewing the ground, or if that will even have as much tactical benefit for ground with the operator viewing the screens.
5 silly 7 me.
If my understanding is correct, and the interior wall is a full display of the craft's exterior, I might recommend reducing the obstructed area, else it looks like it'll serve little purpose.
I think it was supposed to be a terraforming agent, originally, not just a living miner's amalgam.
Maybe give the scrin different sorts of "agitator" structures/powers that change the behaviors or types of tiberium in designated areas. Of course, they should always be removable/reversible, unless they're potentially beneficial to everyone.
Buildable/playable at all? Or just NPC?
I shelled out $1,600 for a computer that could run ArmA 3, haven't touched it since. Looking to you to change that, no pressure!
Haven't touched ArmA 3, I mean, not the computer, I typed this up on it.
Do something to visually break up his BDU and pants, maybe? It's all a little too... Uniform.
So, do the clouds only spawn if the missiles hit nothing? I think that makes them pretty interesting in their utility.
Also, I might add, it may be better to slow them down instead of speeding them up, as that would more easily allow them to be used as a area-denial attack, rather than being able to cheese the clouds into a more distant enemy base, like some sort of invulnerable zerg-rush.
This is just a bad idea, how's Nod expect to retain its membership levels when displaying the awesome power of the Flying Spaghetti Monster for all to see?