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Looks uncomfortable to use. But I do love the unusual.
Killer images, amazing work =)
Great work comrade!
That's pretty good!
Upon further inspection it appears to be a T-62 actually =P
You can tell by how the wheels are layed out, T-55 has 1 pair further apart from the other 4 pairs. While the T-62 has 3 pairs of wheels closer together and further at the front, while the two pairs at the rear are slightly dispersed.
Thanks Ijat =)
Looking at the wheels and the upper glacis plate, it looks more like a T-62 than a T-55.
Both of the tanks have 5 road wheel pairs, but the T-55 has the front wheels a bit further away from the other 4 pairs, while the T-62 has the front 3 pairs packed closer together and the rear 2 pairs a bit more spread out.
They both have a more or less similar glacis, but you could tell by it that its not a T-64 or newer, since they have their distinct "triangle".
Here's a photo of an Impulse 2m at a side view to see the tracks and wheels more clearly:-
I also found an image of the fire tank's rear, which looks a lot like a T-62 rear.
The T-64 was a technological marvel at its time, a lot of new tech appeared for the first time on the T-64. It was also a well needed change from the lackluster T-62, and ageing T-55.
A beautiful tank, now left to rust. Maybe they should have converted it into a fire fighting tank.
You brought it up, now it is your duty to deliver!
Hey bro, mind if I ask who is that in your avatar?
I thought so too. I like to imagine that it fights fires simultaneously as it fights arsonists.
HEY! HEY TAN HEY!
I love this photo! excellent find!
Probably because the whole page is filled with indications that Commander JRB is deceased.
But in that case, he would need a much bigger bag to fit all those sentries.
Obviously though they are not going to force you to keep coming back to the barracks to resupply, so yea. Its probably with a cooldown timer per sentry drop.
I like where this is going.
Now that's hideous :/
I'm curious about one thing in-game, if the U.S. have it hard economically, how come in-game they can still get tons of UN aid from the drop zone structures? (when multiple structures are built).
I mean where is all that cash coming from =P
That is sweet!
Mauser pistol carbine.
Flieger Selbstlader Karabiner
20 round drum magazine.
Colt-Pachmayer Dominator, .308 handgun.
PSS silent pistol.
As long as they won't try to "innovate" the formula, like they did with CnC4 then the game should be fine.
If they instead improve on original mechanics, I think things would go over well.
But I do have to admit. They game looks promising.
I just hope I'll have a powerful enough machine by the time it gets released.
GLA tank reminds me of the RA2 Soviet Heavy Tank. Me like.
Iron curtain, with infinite charge.
Holy tiberium! It looks exactly like the concept art! Kudos to the modelers and texture artists!