This member has provided no bio about themself... or has he?
You can even understand some of the words (0:25)
*Re-adjusts glasses, jots down notes*
Kalga, are you one who is interested such activities?
Was going to make a lesbian joke, but I don't speak to pu$$ies...
Did I go too far?
My dad bought the entire Star Wars saga for Blu-Ray a few months ago. A few weeks after we watched them all, I - VI.
I have to agree.
Battlefront is going to be a disappointment.
So, J.J. Abrams, deliver as big of a blast as you did with the Star Trek reboots and you will be God to two fanbases of nerds.
But... you're a cat?
Just a quick question.
How do you go about making scopes? Is it just a tube with a 2D polygon at the end that acts as a zoom-in camera, or... How? I'm trying to model for myself.
Why, you ask?
Because we're not cowards like yourself, m8.
Sorry, not even close.
It's Ori and the Blind Forest.
No, seriously, I don't understand it.
Can someone, instead of downvoting me, help me understand it?
And this isn't humour - you're making a political statement, not parodying or making fun of anything. These kinds of posts do not belong here.
(I assume this is in relation to ISIS)
Firstly, what crimes are we talking about? Non-lethal could mean any number of things. Drug smuggling, treason for all I know (but I know not what authorizes the death penalty).
Secondly, if what you say is true (because I've never heard of this from Australia), I assume these people were citizens of the United Arab Emirates, and thus subject to their own constitution and laws. If they did these things KNOWING the risk, they should accept the consequences the wrought upon themselves. Two Australians are supposed to be executed next month in Bali because they attempted to smuggle drugs into/out of the country, and despite Australia's demands Indonesia doesn't seem to want to give them up and let them be punished by Australian law. Whether we like it or not this IS lawful.
Thirdly, the reporters were international citizens, so of course ISIS killed them - to spark a wider, more shocking response to what they do. By killing foreigners the home nation and its allies are repulsed and the first response is public outcry, which is sort of what terrorism is going for, because any publicity is good publicity. And now they are known worldwide, they have a larger recruitment pool too.
Finally, the journalists are there to do their job: to report what happens. They are not supposed to possess any kind of strategic value nor any military knowledge - they are only supposed to tell the truth about things as they happen. They are, in a way, modern scribes, writing history. This is why to attack and/or kill reporters is such an awful act, as it can also be seen as a way of hiding the truth from the rest of the world.
Understand I am not defending the US's past actions, but just because one country is allied to a more powerful country does not mean things are overlooked because of said alliance.
I'm... not sure what point you're trying to make.
Spell it out for me.
Sorry for late reply.
Sup to you too, dude?
Also, why would an Alpha Project dev pay attention to a casual scrublord like me?
And the Russian driver whose car just this week crashed off an overpass and landed on the floor, rolling once? He walked away with a few minor injuries.
Butt den dey shud of dieded?!
It's the MG-36's magazine - the Beta Magazine.
Dinosaurs that don't eat me => my dreamland.
Think, Kalga. Why else would they have BANG in their country's name?
"Does this look like a joke?"
- Electronic Arts
But if this an actual thing that is really going to happen and not an April Fool's Day prank, do you like my suggestions?
Oh! I know! A campaign mode!
You're a good cop in a corrupt town full of drug hustlers and general criminals. After a drug bust goes slightly bad you're teamed up with a new partner to take down a rising threat in the ghetto district. Except your partner is in on the whole operation, and you decide to start going vigilante on the whole... Oh, Battlefield Hardline did that already, and it sucked?
Well... I guess Alpha Project is going to have to do it better, like, over 9000 times better.
Like they always do.
No, seriously (I'm probably thinking too ambitiously here, but what the heck).
New vehicles - SWAT vans, drivable civilian cars from which you can shoot through the windows, utes, construction vehicles (including the skip).
New settings - the heart of a skyscaper-filled 1st world city, the slums of India or favelas of Brazil, swamps of Florida, Paris, snowy Moscow, the streets of Mexico city, or the last remaining park in riot-ravaged Istanbul.
New weapons - TEC-9, TEC-22, P229R, Glock 17/19/20/other models, MP5K (as you noted before), Škorpion vz. 61, Uzi, MAC-11, MPA submachine gun (probably not), OTs-02 Kiparis, ENARM SMG, PDW-R, or other more typical weapons.
New players - no doubt you'd have to make new soldiers to suit the theme.
Oh, and let's not forget the fans' favourite...
Use as an easter egg song, like Gangnam style in Arma, except it's trigger when the player enters a specific building - a dance club, or something like that.
When bitches meant dogs.
When ***** meant donkeys.
When ***** meant roosters.
When pussies meant cats.
Damn, our society got perverted fast.
Green? Is there a historical reason why, or... I've only ever seen tracers as yellow.
(1:35) What is this? Audio for ants???
(2:04) I see an Aussie Nyancat, but I hear no Nyancat tune.
For a second I thought it was Sumatra, and you'd started on the Pacific theatre. But this is just as good.