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GlassPirate Jan 12 2012, 6:39pm says:

I like the Makarov and USP sounds, but the SIG sounds are kind of generic IMO. Then again I'm very hard to please when it comes to sounds. Overall, great work so far! Loving the damage tweak. :D Oooh, and the ammo ratings are great! I prefer to just have a "good - better - best" tier system, rather than having to carry around different types for different situations and add all that weight. :3

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SetaKat Creator
SetaKat Jan 12 2012, 8:58pm says:

Then add my NPC's use medkits code...

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DrBlizzard Jan 13 2012, 9:32am replied:

That's not a bad idea. It'd certainly reduce the frequency that NPCs would have medkits in their inventories. :)

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SetaKat Jan 13 2012, 3:54pm replied:

Only problem is, that in my testing, they use medkits unless you can kill them outright very quickly.

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N.Aaroe Jan 13 2012, 2:00am says:

I like what I see and I like what I hear. The sound of shell casings hitting the ground would be turn this into candy for my ears.

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DrBlizzard Jan 13 2012, 9:31am replied:

Thanks, N. Aaroe.

One of the difficult things is making the choice about shell casings; not every surface will result in the classic "ching" of shell brass hitting the ground (i.e., when over grass for example).

While it certainly adds to the realism, it is impossible to guarantee that the player will be over a surface which would produce such a sound; additionally, we can't control which sound plays over which surface.

I think then, the good compromise is to vary this effect, with certain weapons doing it (i.e., the AEK-973). This gives you the effect, but without making it so abundant that it exposes the problem at hand.

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Lito.LV Jan 13 2012, 2:23pm says:

I liked the Sig sound the best. :)

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Stealth-Killer Mar 17 2012, 11:02am says:

don't know if the vintorez's sound is vanilla or not. it doesn't matter, change it to something more... packs-a-punch-alike, it's shooting rifle rounds after all!

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