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Are you sure this is an EAW model? Because it does not look like one... They are usually far less... good.
Actually, the SoF had an extremely powerful MAC. The problem is that if it fired its MAC at full strength at a ground target, it would literally crack the planet's continental plates and instigate devastation on a world-wide scale, so they had to use only a fraction of its power when firing on ground targets. Any stronger would make impact craters the size of mansions and, like I said, too strong and it'd crack the planet's plates and cause global tectonic instability.
Those are the biggest ground-based turbolasers I've ever seen! I wouldn't want to EVER invade that place.
Needs more detailed armor plating and guns, and change fix the head cause that's the vanilla AT-AT head, not the AT-AHT head. Images.wikia.com
The Flood doesn't work...like at all. *sad facial expression* And land combat doesn't work at all either. Also I'm kind of bummed that the strength of the factions isn't canonical, but obviously if it were you wouldn't be able to win as the Federation against the Empire, Rebel Alliance, Consortium, or Covenant no matter what you did.
I can't even name any of the ships in this screenshot... I fly mostly Gallente and Caldari (I'm Caldari myself). I know I have all those frigates in various stations, but I never fly them.
@Azron-stoma That looks like Reach while it was still being glassed, notice the glowing purple cloud just left of the center of the picture. That looks like the effects of an in-progress plasma bombardment.
This is my favorite custom crysis map, by far. I've never seen such amazing work outside of Crytek itself. Great job. I especially loved the final battle at the end, although by that time, I had gotten as many rifle grenades and grenades as I could carry and I had almost full ammo for my sniper rifle, so I basically just spammed grenades and blew everything up, then lit the general on fire with incendiary rounds ;p Not much strategy there. But that's not your fault. I really liked how the nanosuit-wearing badguys threw smoke bombs at their feet and cloaked. Very ninja-like.
I can't wait to see what you guys do next.
They weren't introduced in Halo Wars, they were introduced in the books. Halo Wars was just the first game to feature them. ODST has them too though. In fact, they play a big role in ODST's story.
What about the Seraph? It fills the rolls of both an space superiority fighter and a bomber. Are you going to use the Seraphs as dedicated fighters instead? And this will be a dedicated bomber? Cause personally, I think they should fill both roles just like in the Halo fiction. Same with Longswords, they're fighters and bombers.