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/k/ video games Strelok 05/14/2020 (Thu) 04:53:04 No.236
I just wanted to play video games and post loli! Are there any shooters with cute animu girls that isn't lootershooter crap?
>>17486 Anyone got the documents?
TL;DR IF YOU LIVE IN THE UK DON'T LOOK CAUSE YOU GOT A LOICENSE FOR THAT MATE? >>17500 >anyone got documents Not full doc, screencap. Be warned that being in a country with an extradition treaty with the UK might fuck you over (so most NATO countries). Original leak poster claimed to be an instructor/operator of the unit that operates the Chally and was dumb enough to post his qualifications. Claimed page is from an AESP (user/operator manual). According to gayjin, this smoothbrain literally crossed out the classified portion and just stamped a "unclassified" stamp on it that the bong MOD does not even use, they use the term unrestricted instead. >Key takeaways Gayjin deliberately models gun mantlets as a weakpoint. Chally 2 gunmantlet is at least 400mm of LOS thickness, probably thicker IRL due to armor. Snail models it to be around 200mm total thickness. >>17489 It happened a few years back when the Krauts arrested a twitch stream who used to be a Eurotiger operator who openly admitted on stream to working with gayjin and giving them classified info.
>>17503 I question how wise it is to post classified documents directly to the server and not a third party hoster.
>>17517 Is Romania in NATO?
>>17518 Yes.
>>17503 >Be warned that being in a country with an extradition treaty with the UK might fuck you over (so most NATO countries). Glow niggers will never get me. >Not full doc, screencap. What a shame.
>>16565 Ubisoft have pretty consistently done the animations in their games well. >>16587 Classic Splinter Cell had great lighting tech for its time. We're talking up until ~2005 though.
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Hello /k/ anons. We have a new retro vidya board on the webring. A lot of great raifus in those. Also no depressing news, no political sperging, just wholesome posting about the golden age of gaming. Do come and get /k/omfy if you're into all manner of retro games. https://fatchan.org/vr/catalog.html
Does this military system seem reasonable for a minor power of ~1960s tech level on an alternate Earth where real (if not necessarily paired together as they they are in reality) military equipment exists but no actual nations/historical events do? Does it seem too similar to any real country, or does it combine enough things to avoid looking like anything specific? >core doctrine is conscript riflemen supported by professionals with machine guns, artillery, and vehicles >universal conscription for all able bodied citizens >conscripts are trained during compulsory education (middle/high school), followed by refresher courses every year (only married women with children are exempt) until 45 >at 16 all conscripts given bolt action rifle (.308 Kar 98K) and ammo tin that is to remain sealed, but are encouraged to purchase ammo and target shoot with it >conscripts can purchase an "improved rifle" (FAL), and/or upgrades (scope) from an approved rifle if they wish to use it during service (off-list rifles can be purchased but aren't usable in service) <previous leadership bought loads of surplus arms cheap after a major war (where this country was neutral) a generation ago and the current is not willing to blow the budget to upgrade and rifles are given proper ownership after retirement because there's so many of them >professionals trained as machinegunners/marksmen/vehicle crew/logistics crew etc. >college and trade schools with militarily applicable fields have officer courses that, while theoretically optional, are universally taken by men because nobody wants to be an enlisted conscript when war were declared >pistols (some .380) considered domain of NCOs and officers and they are encouraged to be always prepared (open carry in civilian life)
>>17809 It's Switzerland combined with the Montenegrin approach to arming the population. If you put it in notEurope then people will think of Switzerland. If you give it an Eastern flavour then people will think of durkas. If you put it in notNorth America then people will think of America. What I want to say that people will associate with something no matter what, so you really shouldn't worry about that.
>>17809 Sounds like a mix of the Swiss approach to keeping its populace armed, mixed with Soviet era conscription doctrin, with an American approach to gun control (the constitutional one, not the one tainted by gun laws). If you write a book, publish a copy here pl0x.
>>17809 Unless the whole professionals-as-machinegunners approach makes little to no sense unless talking about some special unit formed of only professionals. It takes as long to train a rifleman as it takes to train a machine-gunner, and with a conscript army you need officers more than anything else. Highly specialized systems are a different matter alltogether, due to simple cost calculations. You wouldn't want conscripts flying expensive airplanes,
>>17829 In the 1930s the Germans relied on machine gunners being the core of the infantry exactly because they had to rely on conscripts, and so the idea was to base the squad around a highly trained machine gunner supported by a bunch of conscripts with a lot less training.
>>17830 That sounds more like a stoploss measure to keep conscripts from dying. In theory you could train anyone to fill that role. Germany just had a lot of machine gunner veterans because of the Great War more than likely.
>>17831 It was indeed because they couldn't train their conscripts to the same level, but the reliance of machine guns had nothing to do with the number of veterans. There were some good two decades between 1918 and 1940, therefore anyone who gained enough experience in the first war to be considered a veteran would have been at least in his early 40s by the time the second one started. And they didn't plan on sending such old men into war.
>Are there any shooters with cute animu girls that isn't lootershooter crap Lorena and the land of ruins. And if you are looking for a boxing fighting game, fight or fuck. I'd like a create your own character like FoF but for shooters so can make miku.
>>17809 Sounds similar to this ERP I did on a certain website before I got banned by troons minus the bolt action rifles and confusing hierarchy. Took a level up and integrated the higher trained sections to also do police training and the entire society geared around the social unit being one with fighting unit. (your village/town is your unit and the mayor/sherriff is your commander) to give off that solidarity vibe, to give deeper connection to why one is fighting.
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>>17838 No one is going to bully you for ERPing on legendofkrystal in a certain world-building/nation-building game thread back around the 4chan/8chan splinter can't remember if it was before or after. All the kids were using free porn flash game skimming websites or Newgrounds that eventually lead them there before they even knew what a furfaggot was. Most of them fled to imageboards or other websites eventually after learning there was a way to get porn and ERP anonymously and without registering.
>>17837 Why porn though?
Any blizzards fags here? https://www.protocol.com/bulletins/blizzard--ceo-stepping-down https://archive.is/fEUcI >Activision Blizzard President J. Allen Brack is stepping down from the company after Blizzard was sued by the state of California last week for discriminating against women and fostering a "frat boy" culture that entailed sexual harassment and discrimination. He will be replaced by two executive vice presidents, who will serve as co-leaders. >Jen Oneal and Mike Ybarra, the former executive vice president of development and the former EVP and general manager of platform technology, respectively, will take the helm at Blizzard and share responsibility for development and operational accountability. CDDA gituars as a melee weapon got nerfed. https://github.com/CleverRaven/Cataclysm-DDA/pull/50034
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>>17853 what the fuck
>>17862 >CDDA >balance Listen man, I ain't gotta explain shit cause neither do they.
>>17862 The patch notes say they bumped the bash damage to 22 and 18 for electric and acoustic, so it's not so much a nerf as it is a rebalance. When stuff gets over 20+ bash you start being able to break normal walls with them, so this inadvertently makes the electric guitar an emergency entry tool for houses and gun stores.
>>17840 Because games are boring otherwise and porn is boring without interaction and user input. Instead of playing first person shooter play first person fucker.
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>>17839 Yiff in hell furfaggot
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What video games let you play as a cute little girl with guns?
What kind of weird combinations of arms adoptions a Strangereal type world (roughly Earth size/shape, roughly Earth's tech level for each year but with some functional super science secret projects, different geography/nations and no nuclear proliferation/MAD so full war is relatively common) could have when arms are distributed more for gameplay reasons (providing arms with a clear progression of usefulness and distinct appearance while keeping the same cartridges) than historical development tracks (or even having been produced in that caliber in large numbers)? Each country's arms would ideally be a mismatch of arms from different real world countries to kill any idea of "X is a counterpart for Y". Side A: .308 and .45 ACP >Kar98K >M1 Garand >FAL >MG3 >M1917 Revolver >M1911 >CZ97 >M3 SMG >TDI Vector Side B: 7.5 MAS and .380 ACP (no hollowpoint ban in this world) >MAS-36 >MAS-49 >CETME >MAS AA-52 >Savage 1917 >CZ83 >vz. 83 Skorpion >PM-63 >HM-3 Side C: 7.62x54R and 9x19 >Mosin Nagant >SVT-40 >Fedorov Avtomat >PKM >P38 >Hi-Power >M&P9 2.0 Compact >Sterling >MP5 Wonder if there's room for a fourth side with unique arms or more guns than just bolt action rifle, semi rifle, select fire rifle, GPMG, 3 pistols in ascending usefulness, old open bolt SMG and new closed bolt SMG
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>nucod trailer
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>>18450 Should've never touched ww2. It's all just shit now. The entire game industry is shit for that matter. Let's go back to 2010.
>>18458 2010 vidya was shit too though. It's been all downhill since the 7th gen started.
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It didn't have to be like this.
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>>19188 >gun that launches tiny nukes The fuck is this? Fallout Duty?
>>19188 >immersive I wanna die.
>>19188 >Activision
>>17913 There is a game currently being dev-fagged by a guy over on smug/vg/. It's a real time tactical game, where the player controls a group of more or less cute anime girls and some guys as well. They are trying to escape a war torn country after their plane crashed in hostile territory. It's relatively early in development, and some of the mechanics are a little retarded. But the overall concept is solid. It's called Unconventional Warfare. https://duque.itch.io/uw
>>19219 For some reason I'm disappointed there's not a third word that starts with "u" in the title.
>>19219 Is it still being developed? The latest demo on the site is from December of last year.
>>19220 That's the sequel Unconventional Warfare: Ultimate
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>>19687 Heh, 9mm could never do this :^)
>>236 Hedon and The Citadel come to mind. If it doesn't have to be ANIMU animu, there's also Viscerafest (might be mispelling that last one.) If your not in the mood for a doom clone, and can handle older games, there's also Shogo: armoured division.
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The new Far Cry is out, and I don't care about that, but it's set in a fictional country located somewhere in Central and South America. And that made me think: what would be an interesting and historical lineup of firearms for a milsim autismo game where you have to keep track not only the different ammo types, but even the magazines, links, and other feeding devices? Let's call the place Val Verde, because I'm not a creative man. The game is set around current year, there is a civil war with more than two sides, and the country likes to keep around old guns as long as they can. So here are my ideas for what they managed to pick up over more than a century: >late 1890s Val Verde manages to get independent. >7mm Mauser infantry rifles inherited from Spain, but there are only enough to supply some ˝elite˝ infantry formations called the republican guards >the average conscripts has to make do with a Remington Rolling Block and a sword bayonet, but at least his rifle is also chambered for 7mm Mauser >officers buy their own pistols, so you might find anything from this age >1920s-1930s Val Verde's armed forces modernize. >after ww1 they start buying up surplus M1903 and M1917 rifles in .30-06, so that now every peasant conscript gets more than 1 shot at a time >they also buy M1917 revolvers in relatively large quantities >the republican guard keeps 7mm Mauser out of spite tradition, and they also buy M1914 Hotchkiss machine guns in this caliber >later they also buy some M1926 Hotchkiss machine guns in the strip fed configuration >the army proper opts for commercially manufactured water-cooled Browning machine guns from Colt >but both of them buy a few batches of water-cooled .50 Browning machine guns, obviously also from Colt, in theory to use them as AA and AT weapons, but in practice it's more of a dick measuring contest >1940-1950s Politics happen, the republican guard disappears. >the army is outfitted with large amounts of 'merican ww2 surplus, Garands, M1917 machine guns, M1911 pistols, grease guns, M1 carbines, BARs, M2 machine guns, everything >all the weapons chambered for 7mm Mauser go to storage >bolt-action rifles and water-cooled machine guns are still around for training and for second line units >1960s-1970s Time for some 7.62 real fucking NATO. >Val Verde adopts the FAL >all the BARs are rechambered for 7.62 NATO, and modified to feed from FAL magazines by FN >with Israeli help they rechamber the M1917 and M1919 mgs to 7.62 NATO >but instead of the FN MAG they buy MG3s, because some higher up is a fan of the aesthetics >1980s-1990s Gommunism takes over and they are fucking Maoists. >the country get some friendly chicom help and they get the chink versions of the typical Warsaw pact weapons, but mostly the older stuff >after the fall of the USSR they also manage to snatch actual Warsaw Pact equipment from Eastern Europe, strangely enough some genius even decides to buy M1910 Maxims Does this sound like an interesting lineup so far?
>>19707 One thing I forgot: >M1903 and M1917 rifles were also rechambered for 7.62 NATO So most longarms would be 7.62 NATO, 7.62x39, or 7.62x54R, and for pistols and SMGs it's either .45 ACP or 7.62 Tokarev, but you'd have oddballs here and there showing up, mostly in the form of 7mm Mauser weapons.
>>19709 Imagine being so butthurt after losing a video game argument so hard you report your opponent to the Directorate of Internal Security out of spite. The french focusing their rage on the wrong subjects time and time again.
>>19707 I'd say it would be best to sort out what calibers are included first and work out what the most interesting guns that can be included with the least number of calibers and work backwards. 7mm Mauser having been used is plausable, but odd enough you couldn't keep it fed for serious use even in ideal conditions (rental range in US not during ammo shortage) and I don't see it being used for anything more than WW1 style "get away from the supplies or I shoot you". 7.62 NATO is a solid option since its been in common use for over 75 years and had plenty of old stuff rechambered in it. Gives the ancient bolt actions (which don't have to have come from Isreal. Apparently some international arms dealers converted Kar98s en masse for central/south America), early semi-autos (Garand, FAL, G3), reasonably man portable MGs, modern semi-autos, modern sniper rifles/hunting rifles, and a few odd balls. One potentially unique cartridge for a south American setting that could easily be kept in good supply is .380 ACP. It's unusually popular in Central and South America, and there's a decent number of options for it, both old and new (the main weakness is the lack of SMGs, but those are the kind of thing you can make up wholesale or kitbash without straining plausability while giving some examples of domestic arms production). It also provides a good mechanical contrast with .45 ACP by being higher capacity but weaker.

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