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Posted by Mavis130 on Jun 29th, 2010

For some reason I felt like posting my thoughts, because I really want to see my wishes made a reality.

I feel that video games are severely lacking (as in none at all that I've found that are displayed realistically) on assault rifles like the XM-29 OICW or the Daewoo K-11.

I would love to be able to end a long stand off between police and a few criminals barricaded in a building by shooting a few rounds that just wreck them from behind their cover (with the guns' rounds that explode in mid air based on what distance the user sets).

Would that not be the coolest thing? To wreck your opponents while they're hiding?

I dunno, tell me what ya think (hey, does anyone actually read my blogs?), and if ya like my idea. I'd love to see you use it in a game you're making!

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ytres
ytres Sep 23 2010, 11:39pm says:

I'm not making anything atm, but ya i agree!

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Empa
Empa Jun 16 2011, 8:41am says:

you mean a grenade?

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WerewolfGeneral
WerewolfGeneral Aug 26 2011, 9:46pm says:

it would be cool. But a lot of idiots would call you a noob for using it. I mean, wtf, the guns are in the games to be used and i like to use GLs in games like CoD4. But the others call me noob for this. But i don't really care for that, the important is my fun, not theirs.

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syythe
syythe Dec 29 2011, 4:44pm says:

yes i admit that does sound cool...but so does breaking down the front door and uber pwning them. the oicw "sabre" rifle is portrayed realistically in infiltration for ut99 if thats what your looking for.

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