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Quite the shelf life. o.o
Wonder if I could get my hands on one...for tea making, of course. <_< >_> Definitely.
Sounds like a Frankenstein amalgamation of various lifeforms in a non-specific way, which only manages to function in the presence of alien artefacts, maybe?
Something like a C&C visceroid?
It's edible and I think I'll stick to this old, slightly bloated can over here.
A reasonably huge car full of bullet holes and added plating?
Well, it looks the type, now that you mention it.
See, that makes me a 'little' bit worried about their other suggestions.
Hey...does that mean it's amphibious?
Don't forget to keep from using it until the waste facility is full again!
Twofers are so fun! ^^
Don't use too much power unless you want to hunt T-Rex while you wait.
Let's be honest, if he seriously didn't see them killing the **** out of him while asleep...he kind of had it coming.
And it seriously doesn't sound like any major loss to humanity either.
Eh. Carpet bombing would do.
Yeah, with a name like that, I'd kind of expect something that would use something to the effect of "America: **** Yeah!" as a perfectly suitable soundtrack. And quite frankly, your art department already went the wrong way for that one.
Is that a deployable repair vehicle I see?
I have to ask, are you going to say anything about what looks to me like an apparent over-abundance of deserts in post-apoc scenarios, or is that just a temperate environment not being conductive to good storytelling in the setting?
Ooooooooh! That's pretty!
Do we get to blow it up at some point?
Is it just me, or do missiles/rockets move really, really, REALLY slowly in that trailer?
Aaaah! I take it you can't hide it underneath an opaque 'shadow' and inversely scaling that thing?
The last pic made my jaw unscrew itself and fall on the floor.
****, you're moving fast! I expected at least another year before seeing notable progress with that.
Would it be possible to make the fill bar on the boxes the same colour as the scrap, or does that make it hard to see? Looks a bit funny like that.
And, looking at the slopes: Any chances of giving shots a chance to ricochet at more extreme angles?
Snap points: Could doing it like LEGO and just showering the things in snap points at work? I'm thinking standard 2x4 for the long ones right now. Or four points down the middle, if having two makes stuff wonky.
Extension on the question: What are the chances of dropping stuff on the piles to make it go away before a truck gets to it? None?
The resulting supply convoys going from the base to the front lines would be interesting to see, though.
For some reason, looking at the middle two made a certain quite pop into my head. "THERE GOES THE NEIGHBOURHOOD!"
And how long does the pile last? Enough to build a new bomb truck if you happen to have detonated all of them or do you have to keep a spare handy?
Eeeh. Tried watching the stream, it got out of my connection as a slideshow. Considered going on youtube, but decided that sifting through 9 multi-hour streams for information is too much time for even my procrastinating ***.
Only as much as it's based on a design with the same purpose made by mostly the same people for the same customer in roughly the same period that was also used in an earlier C&C game.
Specifically, this: Upload.wikimedia.org
Extra, if you're still not satisfied: Cnc.wikia.com
It's always the simple things, innit?
They had some smaller tanks in the announcement video as well. Either battlemasters or something similar without the horde bonus.
I'm guessing this thing is somewhere between the higher tier tanks and the superheavies in power. Maybe like the Golem?
Yep, pretty much that thing through and through.
And, due to asset reuse, Nod arty.
So, really, it's in the series for as long as double barrelled tanks are.