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I appreciate you took the time to make the animation for a half reload. Not enough games do this.
didn't even imagine it was possible to get a zeppelin into the MoW engine.
oh wow, I can appreciate the detail!
so the fahrpanzer returns!
also does the bagpiper actually affect gameplay or is it purely cosmetic/for humour? either way it's a great addition.
The_Integral always provides great insight with his comments, unfortunately you only see him every blue moon.
Jagdpanzer IV is a sexy machine.
I don't think the maus should ever be added in any way, shape or form. It was a near immobile brick with a load of firepower and really would not fit into the gameplay at all.
Panzer 14? What was between the normal maus and this?
I think there was also a major problem with conventional round ammunition swelling up in hot and humid conditions (i.e Vietnam)and there were alot of misfires.
It did have alot of those issues sorted by the late 80s when it was used in the us invasion of panama and fared quite well. The size of the main gun actually caused enemy garrisons to surrender in fear of having it fired at them.
Very interesting tank, but it unfortunately some major problems.
lol, shot trap doesn't exist in this day and age.
Also the leopard 2 looks ugly with all this extra armour.
I can't find much on it after it actually got to the front but I believe it was in action for a month or two before being destroyed by the Russians. The commander survived, however.
First I've heard of it. :S
Yeah personally I think it might just be a mishmash of ex-Soviet equipment forged into one vehicle, but I dunno, it could surprise us.
Not enough is known about this tank to conclude how well it would do in combat.
Even still it makes up a very small amount of NK's armoured forces.
True, but the LTraktor is definitely linked to the LK.
You've gotta wonder how this & the Matilda II are even related.
It's so difficult to find information about late war Hungarian armour. Very interesting stuff though.
I used to love pcpowerplay and was a frequent reader, but RPS has since taken over for me.
Looks cooler than the actual Abrams.
Tracks look waaay too thin for a vehicle of that size.
See that tiny bit of red paint on the side of the turret?
The m41 looks a little large, but the m48 is pretty good.
That's more like it!
You could get nuke tanks in crysis 1. Awesome game.
Did you honestly think they just let the Germans roll over them?
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Tank looks shopped in.
I may be wrong though.
Also very much depends on where the Tiger hits the IS-2. Pretty sure frontally it was invulnerable to the 88 L/56 at certain distances. The IS-2s problem was that it had poor optics combined with the fact that it could only average 2-3 rounds per minute. And iirc it only carried 8 AT rounds.
I said I wouldn't go into detail, but I couldn't help it. :P
The gameplay feels way too dry IMO. It might just be me, but I found it really boring after a while.
They could've been of use during the initial North Korean offensive, when most of the tank battles took place.
Aye. Only about 200 were built, but they certainly outclassed the Pershings/early Pattons that were stationed there. The Americans had caught up by the late 50s though.
Panthers, I'd say. That and German industry was trying to spit out ATLEAST 8 different 'main' production vehicles by 1944. I don't think it could be stretched much more.
edit: was this it? Static.stomp.com.sg
It was both. Only this was the 'PzKpfw NbFz VI', not the 'PzKpfw VI'.
It was more of a sarcastic reply to griffnz' comment.
They clearly copied this off the arado 234...
I miss this comic
FH1 to be precise.
Blast from the past
The t-34 and the tiger aren't comparable. And they weren't meant to be.
The tiger was built to counter the KV-1.
It's like i'm back in 2009
So wait, how does the 262 work? I don't recall any information being posted about it.
It's an ERA box...
No kill like overkill.
Repost from way back but i still like this.
They've evolved. Their faces have adapted to the environment and become blocks of ice.
Ah, fair enough.
Wait, this was in 2006? Where did the Merkava's myth of invincibility come from then?
I meant the stubby panzer IV, that's why i said 'original'. :P
PSO is designed for urban areas iirc, thus the barrel is shorter. The A6 on the other hand is designed for tank vs tank combat.
Reminds me of the roles of the original Panzer IV and Panzer III.
Is that the 'hedi' variant of the A7V in that trailer? :D
It's not related to this mod at all, that's for sure.
You should find numerous mission packs and mods that add more tanks there. You might have to dig abit for the English patch for steel panzers if you want to play that and can't read Russian. :P
Thanks for putting them in Volchonok. :D
I'd also like to point out that its top speed was 13km/h. :P
Edited the description, but there really isn't all that much information on this vehicle.
He'd be more likely to ask for a retirement home than a tank.
I always thought this was a strange look for the panther, not saying it's bad and i know it really existed.
But it makes it look like it has ERA or something.
that is awesome.
yeah, but the 152 was designed as more of a direct fire offensive weapon. Thus there were more cases of it.
Couldn't the s-tank also 'tilt'?
That thing was awesome.
as well as the vision slit and the fact that the turret seems so big.
Now THIS ...
... Is a worthy tiger replica.
also, notice how the mantlet is different from the one in the previous image. This was because Mephisto was produced by Röchling and Wotan by Krupp when a final design was agreed upon.
Is it just me or does the lighting look abit messed up on the turret?
Yeah, i think the panther is abit more comparable as that was upgraded a few times and had many things in development until the end of the war thus kept up with them.
In 1943, medium tanks as well as outdated heavy tanks were the only things the Allies had. Whereas the Germans had the tiger & Ferdinand in 1943.
It was the tank of its time with these mediums and was considered outdated by mid-1943. By the time the IS-2 and pershing were introduced the next generation of German heavies had come along and thus the only thing they can be compared to is the king tiger or the upgraded panther.
What i'm trying to say is the only reason they're being compared like this is because these were the best tanks the Allies had at the height of the Tiger's service.
I was referring to the Panzer I. :D
Yeah actually where did this come from?
There were A7Vs with skulls and crossbones painted on their bows. Unrelated to the SS.
What mod is this?
This is nice of you. :D
It's funny because this is probably one of the least silly things in the mod.
yeah i know, i just thought i'd mention it.
Pretty sure lloydyboy was thinking of the one on the right.
It had too many mechanical problems and there were too little of them built to have any effect on the German invasion.
Sure, they had some tactical victories, but so did the Germans in 1944/1945. I use 'useless' in the same vein that the king tiger is useless in that it was 70 tonnes and was extremely prone to mechanical breakdowns.
The fact that it couldn't even go up slight inclines due to the weight of the turret also contributes to my conclusion.
Also pretty much everything the intergral said.
No worries, it'll seduce it with its sexy, mesmerizing paint and then hit it in the face with a 152mm round.
can't disagree here
All these proclaimed "Nazis" actually know nothing about German AFVs and only like them 'because they're cool'.
Atleast all the ones i've come across.
This is concept art for turning point: fall of liberty.
It ended up being a **** game.
Also, thos os supposed to be what the development of the maus lead to. But tbh i think the developers just got confused and thought the maus and ratte were the same thing.
and since it's a t-55, you might even question if it has any electronics at all. :P
Right, but it was repainted to european colours and insignias?
Also, what makes this different from a standard t-55? I couldn't find anything on it.
I'd say not since a melee system in CoH would be very difficult to implement.
Or so i've heard.
Emphasis on the.. TANK MINE!
That is a terrible yet strangely funny joke.
Does anyone have an image of King tigers in the factory? (Aside from that one where it's just the turrets)
I've been able to find images of panthers, tigers and just about all the panzers during their assembly, but no such luck with the king tiger.
Still got the old pic for comparison?
True those do look nice, but unfortunately not all of them have cool looking stuff like that.
Not trying to offend anybody here, but all these t-72 upgrades look exactly the same and seem unappealing visually. But i guess that doesn't matter in combat.
I almost forgot about this mod. It looks more amazing than ever. :D
Hell, i'd buy one.
Just so people don't get the wrong impression. It's unfortunate not many people play this mod.
Apart from that japanese server.
from here on, RRs0507 shall be known as...
The Lion Dude
Another one of your 'Alternate history' maps?
That looks really cool.
It doesn't look very well protected tbh.
Lighting doesn't look right. But this has to be one of the more convincing images.
I thought this was artwork in the thumbnail.
That was amazing, i might dig up my copy of UT just to play this.
I must admit it does add some variety.
Ah right, i haven't really been through the ship lovers archives. :P
Based on the type59-II
much debate over what these were based on so i'm not too sure.
it's a mix between a vehicle in the BTR series and an sdkfz 251 with 'stuka on foot' rockets.
Not to be picky, but you don't need to be an accuracy freak to know that it's a jet plane.
The closest things i can find are the T-37, T-38 and Komsomolets. But they all have the drive sprocket in the front.
I was thinking that, but it only has 2 return rollers.
This image has been posted before but i can't quite remember the name.
beat me to it
Nah, it's not the comanche.
I've been unable to find any information on it, i don't think they even revealed the name or designation.
Frankly, i don't think any tank could withstand that. :S
Ludendorff bridge was a kick in the balls for the Germans, they couldn't destroy the damn thing.
I know, however i'm pretty sure it would've seen service into the cold war.
Impressive as hell yet near useless on the modern battlefield. Would have done some damage in any 60s cold war conflict though.
It does get annoying when something gets posted and everyone's already seen it.
It would be very interesting to see as a reward unit, but i'm not sure how you'd make it different from the tetrarch.
Who needs a chassis when you have an L/70? :P
I think i see what you're getting at.
It certainly looks overloaded.
ahh yes, i see now.
But everything else resembles a Mi-28.
I thought so, it's just that it has no tail rotor.
Portal storm indeed. This looks amazing.
You're right, it isn't small. However, the soviets considered this tank a failure as it couldn't even climb a hill due to the weight of the turret, hence in any further heavy tank designs they tried to minimise the weight and size.
You may have studied history, but you clearly don't know much about the history of soviet armour.
Tank battles did happen though. :D
I don't think it's much worse than an ordinary T-55.
Can't say it's the best map for tigers. I found it pretty funny that the Russian equivalent on it is the KV-2, assuming i'm remembering it right.
A very mysterious tank, this one. Not much is known about it, but i looked it up and it has an autoloader apparently.
Anyway looked it up on wikipedia this is what it says regarding the armour:
"The Leclerc has the Galix combat vehicle protection system from GIAT, which fires a variety of smoke grenades and infra red screening rounds, as well as anti-personnel grenades.
The hull and the turret are made of welded steel fitted with modular armour, which can be replaced easily for repair or upgraded over the years. The French army in the late seventies rejected Chobham armour as being overly specialised in its optimisation to defeat hollow charge-weapons; it therefore opted to develop a steel perforated armour system, comparable to that on the early Leopard 2. When the Leclerc was introduced in the early nineties this was still considered adequate, due to the larger thickness of its modules compared to the armour of other modern western tanks, made possible — for a given weight limit — by the compact design of the tank as a whole. However during the nineties standards for tank armour protection increased, as exemplified by the Leopard 2A5, its main rival on the export market, being fitted with an additional spaced armour system. Thus it was decided to follow the Germans (Leopard 2A4) and British (Challenger 2) in their application of a titanium-tungsten system, which was introduced to the Leclerc in 2001, in Batch 10. The inner spaces are filled with NERA."
Well, originally it was designed as a last miute tank to hold off any Japanese invasion, but Australia didn't exactly have the industrial capability to keep up production. So as soon as other tanks became available and it was evident there wasn't going to be a Japanese invasion, production was halted so more resources could be diverted to other things.
I'm not entirely sure why why didn't use some of the already produced models in service though.
Yeah, there's something appealing about it.
Though you can't say they exactly 'Liberated' anyone but themselves. It's not liberation when you force one party to rule in a country and don't give the people any choice.
But yes, from the 1960s - mid 1980s life in the USSR was fairly god apparently.
No, i said that i would say exactly the same thing, get that into your head.
I would be saying the same thing if it were infantry and were posted up with the same intention.
It's not impossible that it was thermite IEDs, but it just seems implausible.
No, i don't forbid anything. But racial hatred for no reason at all is a bad thing, it's even worse if it's in retalation for someone elses racial hatred. They enjoyed seeing Iraq bombed in 2003 because they were at war, i'm not saying that's a good thing, but it's certainly more justified.
Questioning why the Americans enjoyed seeing Iraqi troops bombed is like asking why the Soviets liked to see the Germans bombed in WWII..
They needed 600kg of the stuff to destroy that car...
Also, thermite tends to burn downwards, so unless you plan on leaping on top of a tank with 600 kilograms of thermite (Virtually impossible) you're not going to have much luck.
what are your sources for this thermite ied theory? i can't seem to find anything on it.
Are they 'de-crewable'?
It's more that fact the OP seems to enjoy seeing destroyed American tanks.
But it's not even remotely close to a tank...
This is what you get when anyone can post media on a mod page :\
Everything looks so beautiful in the Arma 2 engine, it's a pity it has so many issues.
it's pretty cool, but i prefer this in FHSW since the tank ballistics are more realistic.
All modern tanks look too similar, all western tanks have the same rough shape, and all the eastern tanks have the same rough shape. No variety anymore man.
Looks as though the rest of the crew are bailing out. He seems to want to stay and fight.
Yep, rise of flight.
I don't think the more agile and smaller factor really applies these days, they had no problems killing the t-72s because they were agile and smaller in 1991 and T-72s are roughly the same size as T-90s.
I have no comment on your atgm theory though, maybe you're right.
Ultimately, the T-90 is an upgrade of the T-72. The t-80 is an entirely new tank however.
And his logic does work, because when you upgrade something, you change it, when you change it, it usually looks different.
edit: Actually technically the T-80 is an upgrade of the T-64
I don't really have any opposition to it since it's original content.
Heh, bicycles. Fantastic work recreating these images!
Good to see my favorite C&C mod concept is still alive!
don't forget the t-80 and t-90 are not invincible either.
That is true, but to say the soviet union built and used monstrous tanks on the battlefield is completely incorrect.
is that an Arado Ar 234 with finnish insignias?
More like 50 tonne :D
I AM HEAVY WEAPONS MUTANT...
Alternatively, Landkreuzer :P
When there's an antlion guard nearby everyone stops shooting eachother and teams up for a second.
Well, you've lost my track. Though you may regain it depending on a number of things.
There's too many good source mods that are dead or abandoned and it's unfortunate to see another leave the engine.
Axis didn't exist in ww1.
Also, why must you developers be so cruel?
it would probably be wise to get rid of some of those toolbars.
Also, moddb has a silly reply system and creates alot of these.
There's a higher res version of it somewhere.
Alright, what i'm trying to say is historically they would have gone with something cheaper that they could easily mass produce, but since this is the C&C series i guess not. I never said the soviet union should have their MCV made faster and cheaper, just that historically they would have...
Or atleast that's what my intentions were. And grim reaper, find me some proof of that.
Compare the T-90 to the M1A1, there's a significant difference in size and production cost. Back in the 1940s and 1950s they experimented with a variety of heavy tanks, but ultimately it just came to nothing.
And since this was based on something closer to the 1980s soviet union, there's no way they would have extremely heavy vehicles in active service any longer
I think you sir, need to do some research by making such a ridiculous statement. The soviet union is just made out in the media like that. I'm 90% you've based the soviet union on what you've seen in C&C.
So you people know absolutely nothing about real history.
eh, i like both.
Actually no, Ausf. G would indicate 1944 or 1945, silly me. So technology of the war progresses as the game does.
Brummbar? The ostheer are now the best faction in CoH.
Though i'm pretty sure it's going to be balanced, you seem to be basing the ostheer off 1943 Eastern front Germany and the Soviets off the 1945 Soviets. But i guess that's just when both armies were at their peak.
Also, that panzer III 'stubby' upgrade makes it worse against armour i hope. :P
Yep, none of these concepts are by him.
Fast and cheaper seems like it would fit the soviet union more, but whatever floats your boat.
They get a nuke that can wipe out bases... I think you've got balance enough in that.
It's just abit strange is all, since to my knowledge that's the only time the Germans have just skipped to the next series of tanks. I'm sure it's an extremely common thing with aircraft, just not something you see so often with armoured vehicles.
This was only a concept, that's why it's not that well known. That said, there was no panzer 7, as griffinz said, the Tiger II was part of the Panzer 6 series. I'm not sure why they proceeded to call the maus panzer 8 though.
Unfortunately there's very little details in english on this and the type 3.
Venus... man tank.
I'm not even sure what to make of this...
Venus fly tank?
Now we're talking
It's funny how some illustrated little girls can ruin a good picture.
The S-tank was certainly a strange vehicle
Not always that easy to find stuff though.
damn you're good
Most likely hit by a bomb and later salavaged for parts or metal.
I know exactly what this is, but i'll give someone else a chance.
M1 Abrams Block III CATTB prototype. Some 90s project that had the intention of replacing the abrams or something.
Oh, and those second images are probably that tank in the previous picture posted.
The turret looks too big, and didn't they cancel the t-95?
it won't be so green at the end of the match! :D
Run! It's an alien hair-dryer tank!
They're t-55s, look at the barrel.
ehh... it's abit sketchy, the only known photo is an obvious photoshop.
Or maybe the concept did exist. Either way it looked damn cool.
Old, proved to have never existed. (The concept i mean)
And the maus was to have a dual Flak 37 variant. In which both guns were placed in the turret next to eachother.
Dual barrelled tanks are possible, but you need to take the recoil, loading, room inside the tank, amount of ammunition you can store, etc. into consideration.
It is object 268, but he's right. It's based on a t-10 chassis.
That guy from facepunch is working on this.
It was saved from that scrapyard, infact if i'm correct this isn't a scrap yard at all. This was restoredand is now on display at that American tank museum in the marylands.
The sherman gets double points for burning crews and spam!
It's true, 60% of the technology in the cold war originated with the Germans.
Thanks. I'm fairly sure these illustrations are from a book originally though.
no, this page seems pretty reliable. But just some of the stuff on the stuff is abit pro-nazi and i believe a few things are opinion based.
Armed with Nuclear weapons i mean.
Wouldn't France and Britain be supposedly armed too? Also this certainly explains it abit more.
3 or 4 for sure.
ah yes, that greyfalcon site has some interesting information. How reliable alot of it is however is questionable.
Then it met Mr.eighty-eight D:
More like AA tank.
Stop rating my comments down an just accept what i said.
oohhhh yesss. It's about time someone modelled this for CoH.
I don't believe you understand, He PORTED the model from men of war.
i don't think the main gun on the real one was deactivated and they only did it in CoH for balance.
Death in the shape of an- .... IS-3 battalion
the only ones i can recognise are the panzer I, the neubaufahrzeug, the half-track and the... t-28? might be a t-35.
Oh i see what you mean, sorry i was tired at the time. Yeah that makes sense.
How many times has the image been reposted? seriously
as for rommel, if he wasn't killed, what did happen to him?
Nazism can't change, but the things they do can. Perhaps someone could've prevented the holocaust or stopped the invasions of various countries. I understand nazism can never coincide with communism and (maybe?) capatalism, but that was never my original point.
Rommel's suicide being staged..... I don't even know what to say to that.
Very interesting update, i await to see what else you have in store.
Also note worthy that he was killed because of the plot against hitler and he chose to commit suicide to protect his family.
The man wasn't like other generals, had he seized power i believe regardless of whether the third reich won or lost the war, it would have been a different story.
Edit: We certainly tend to go offtopic alot, lol.
Punkbuster = Shittest anticheating software to ever have existed.
My point was, Rommel didn't like hitler. He didn't like the SS, He refused to let his troops commit warcrimes and very often disagreed with other commanders. The man wanted to end the war with the allies until his plane was shot up by a british fighter. Who knows how things would've gone had he been in charge. Don't know what he thought of the situation in the east though.
I'd say Rommel's an exception though ;D
heh, sturmtiger mortar infront of it
Any post-1950s rocket launcher could really. That's why armour thickness stopped mattering so much on modern tanks and people started researching other ways to counter them.
I still think it could give a t-62 or an M60 a nasty fight though.
Actually nevermind. Apparently they were here and there, but just not very common.
Ausf. N? I think they were the only ones that saw combat on the western front in 1944 if at all.
the e-100 was probably somewhat better than the maus.
K1A1. South Korean tank created with the assistance of the Americans. iirc
It looks overloaded
By hatred he means showing a tonne of destroyed German tank images right after images of pristine soviet tanks were posted. :|
By doing this it's like saying. "Yeah, look at our tanks. Now look at these ****** german ones LolOLOlOLl"
Yep, because all german tanks on the eastern front were nothing but wrecks. :\
Most of these look like the work of aircraft.
I can see it now
"Hey look a- OH GOD MY EYES!"
osprey. Sherman vs. panther iirc
what is that? A t-35? Difficult to tell.
Actually no, doesn't look like a t-35. Maybe one of those really early kv prototypes?
not an is-2, look at the suspension. Either a t-34 of somekind or an su-85/100/122
ah, it's alright mate. It's just i got up one morning and one of the pictures was missing. Was just abit confused.
I thought that would've been the is-7 or obkiekt 279 :D
Looks as though you've got moss growing on it :S
Goddamn it facepunch
eh? why was the tiger image deleted?
Nah, a missile smaller than a car.
Holy ****, Nice!
Ha, i was about to post this. Got it from militaryphotos.net right?
Sweet zombie jesus.
How does this perform in combat? Extremely sluggishly i assume
Looks as though he's gonna hunt me down and beat me up.
That's what they said about ww2... but this is completely unrelated so we won't go into that :P
Anyway, good work as usual!
I think he said he was gonna do a kv-1 after he's finished the other one.
Looks like the leopard 2 somewhat :\
And i think you mean the t-90, griffinz. :P
*Forget the reports bit. There was some information i recall coming across about an m1 being destroyed during the gulf war.
As for the previous image: it's 2 guys riding past a tank on a bike, there's is no evidence at all to suggest this was done by these men.
Can't agree there, i mean it did destroy and entire army of t-72s though cheap export models with badly trained crews, it's still a pretty impressive feat. And images are not good proof as they can be easily edited and it's hard to tell if they're real or not. I am yet to come across any official reports that have stated they have been knocked out though that's not to say they haven't been. I admit, yes a few of these have been knocked out due to close range RPGs and such, but compare that to the sheer number of t-72s and (some) t-80s reported to have been knocked out. No, this is not a bad tank. Yes, it could be severely improved on.
As for age, i don't think that matters. The leopard 2 was completed in the late 70s and that's one of the finest tanks in the world.
Basically don't state something without evidence to back yourself up.
The idea of vodka dealers made me lol. But yeah, it's certainly got an odd story, hitler died early war or something and operation sealion went ahead.
ah yes, bf vietnam, i loved that game.
The tail was to make it easier to cross trenches
Based on the Walter Christie design yeah?
Better view, the other one makes it look like it has a giant sphere on it.
if you think this is bad you should see the concept for the Mendelejews tank
It was a goddamn metal box with tracks and a gun. More so than the A7V.
Yeah i know, but everyone already knows about the combat the is-2 saw :P
Since i'm a lazy bastard i'm just gonna copy and paste what i said before. And this is about this IS-3 btw
"If i'm correct it only ever saw combat once, during the six day war. Apparently they tore up the m48a2s and not even the Israeli bazookas could take it out. But the 105mm gun on the m48a3 could and did. But considering it was rather outdated by this time, the fighting it did see was pretty impressive. "
Yeah i'd like to see a bigger version of this.
Yeah that's one scary *** flare gun.
Looks good so far!
I've always liked the design of ww1 tanks
No doubt one of my favorite tanks ever built.
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This sure is a cool tank
nah, it's a 55 or 62
of all of them i hate this one the least.
ohgod that guy
yeah i meant ERA bricks
there were only 120 vaults...
Although this does look intersting. Either way my fallout days are over, dunno why i came to this page.
Tank crews survive ied blasts all the time so it wouldn't suprise me. They wouldn't burn to death because the track was on fire. :P
That's alot of t-62s O_O
jesus, they have flying shermans now?
Not really, that was just a massive target for german AT guns. Though it would be interesting to see.
oh yes. i've awaited this for a long time.
kingtiger rapes hellcat
Gotta love the 128mm
Finally, someone made a production model model
lol just noticed that
Wasn't that the model they exported to the iraqi's?
ya, can't wait :D
They're both unproven in combat. The abrams went up against outdated models of t-72 and t-55 with badly trained crews and ****** ammo. And the t-90? well that just hasn't seen combat as far as i know.
Actually nobody ever found out what it was truly for but the most likely guess was that it was for placing/removing demolition charges if i remember correctly.
And this copied General Dynamics Land Systems
No, i meant the model, just look at the main gun and the side machineguns. Plus there's a few things they hadn't added to it yet
nice work mate
Will the m72 law work the same way as the panzerfaust?
t-34? That's an is-2
Maus, you fat bastard
They hunger? stop being so biased
And he said HALF LIFE not HL2
This is how it SHOULD be, but unfortunately i don't think we'll ever see such a future.
Actually their aim is to completely recreate the original half life storyline, as well as all the maps.
Though i'm not saying not to continue this. I'm just saying you have some competition and they have a head start on you.
oh, nevermind, i just read the description for the light defense
I was just thinking, maybe you should base one of those defenses off the one you see at the dam in HL1
Model could still use some work though
oh yes. Sturmtiger FTW
I "think" you need fh2
indeed, this thing was monster
ah, fair enough
weren't the germans using the balkan cross or whatever it is in the really late stages of the war?
Love this :D
Adding those screenshots and things
Thanks for that
Yeah, my mistake i said that when i was tired.
Kubinka Tank museum
How far is that museum from moscow? i'd like to go there some day
Keep up the good work
Pity it's just a model though. Eh i guess we have bf1918 if we want to drive it.
*shudder* Ignore that comment. My grammar is much better now. Tell me if you want me to add anything to the gman invasion profile, or post news if you feel as though it needs an update in some way. I just updated the link to the planetphillip page since the other one was down.
Gasmask is a nice touch
Too smooth imo
Nice particles right there
Jesus, it looks bigger than the topel M
Yeah, looks pretty real to me
Never saw combat unfortunately
More or less a last resort weapon for the germans
One of the finest machines ever created
Kharkov...? No idea why they didn't just call it the t-35, because that's what it is.
This is uhh... intersting
It should work for both OF and TOV you just need to have the latest patch
you forgot the A in the bottom right one
That's russians for ya
the elefant looks awesome
They were on the original female assassin models. Did anyone even pay attention to the old model?
It wasn't in ww2.
Once again, great work :D
am i want it? lolololol
Thanks for this
I can see the page, but there's nothing on it yet D:
So... uhhh... How does it fire its missiles?
Whoa, nice models :D
Bloody hell, Awesome mod.
Who are you anyway?
Ah, ok then
the RPG-7 wasn't invented until 1961 :\
Removing nuclear weapons was the worst thing they did to RA :P
Will this include tanks? :o
The flamethrower looks great :D
Some interesting units like the Karl :D
Put the sturmtiger in :D
looks the same
Come it cant die
yay first beta
wooo another coop
*sigh* just download it
booooooo!! i liked the old concept . this new concept isnt original. it just stupid.
i didnt even get to see it :(
do you need a beta tester?
i can bea tester for dodgeball
is exterminate dead?
strong bad mod is dead just to tell you
i added you cause im bored and you probly needed to join a mod
You're not the first to suggest it.
'tacticians' being the key word there. ;)
Yeah, the main gun of the IS-2 was pretty much made for destroying defences. Though when they did manage to get a hit on a Tiger, it was pretty devastating.
Obviously the IS-2 is superior to the Tiger I, it was built to counter it...
However in theory the Tiger could still win a 1 on 1 due to a number of factors which I won't mention because it'll just drag out.
This was the best description I could find.
"Tanks T-28 pass through Red Square. November 7, 1939."
Gotta be something to do with the Soviet-Nazi pact.
It looks like the AA weapon IS the ground. (The ridiculous terrain in the background)
How are these two even the same game?
The IS-7 was a post-war design. Everything else in the mod was atleast come with during the war.
But T-28s were well out of service by then? :S
This mod has gone far longer than 4 months without updates. Get over yourself and be patient.
Also, helicopters aren't exactly built to fight eachother.
There's actually a group for this? haha
As much as it takes to remove all major issues. They wouldn't keep you waiting for no good reason.
I do think the MBT 70 is sexy as hell, however.
So this is what's replacing the Gepard? Doesn't look as cool.
It works on any version of CoH.
Haha, I'm an idiot, I didn't realise you could snipers straight away, since they're on the bottom row I assumed they were locked until you got the upgrade building.
As you may be able to tell, I don't play PE much. :P
I know that, but combined with my friend who is an insane British player who can take 3/4 of the map within 5 minutes against pretty much anyone, it tends to get irritating.
That kind of defeats the purpose of armoured cars anyway. Not to mention the light vehicle pool is already flooded with 20mm armed vehicles.
Boys rifle squads need some serious nerfing imo. Not only can they take out every single early panzer elite vehicle in two hits, but they're also superior to standard panzer grenadiers. It doesn't help that they have camouflage ability too and my units just get sniped.
Mortars don't help because they can fire at the panzer elite mortar halftrack within at its maximum range.
If my estimates are correct, then it's currently in the middle of closed-beta testing. I can only assume more news will come relatively soon.
Iron front: Liberation 1944
I don't really know much about it other than it'll run on that arma 2 engine and it'll be somekind of FPS.