Published on 7th September 2009 by
Its the last one which interested us most though a type of concussion grenade that detonates once its gone a short distance from the rifle. On the surface it would look to be the most offensive item at your disposal and pretty analogous to a standard frag grenade but such things wouldnt work too well in space when you think about it.
Originally Posted by Dave ListerSome of us like sitting playing by ourselves, Why would they limit there audience like that ? It can't be that hard to implement a basic story mode for a single player game !
Originally Posted by JezcentralIf no-one else is going to say it, I will.
The enemy's gate is down. :)
Originally Posted by wuyanxuis it me or the screenshots makes me feel like it's a Tribes game in zero-G?
hope the hardware requirement is like Crysis: pushing the PC hardware market.
Originally Posted by Dave ListerI remember reading about this last summer and was really excited about its release, then it disapeared from the radar and i thought futuremark had binned the idea. And now, after all this time they announce its multi player only !
Some of us like sitting playing by ourselves, Why would they limit there audience like that ? It can't be that hard to implement a basic story mode for a single player game !
Originally Posted by CobaltNo reason why frag grenades wouldn't work in space. Obviously they'd need a self-oxidising explosive and they wouldn't produce a shock wave, but the shrapnel would be even more deadly than on Earth.
Originally Posted by CobaltObviously they'd need a self-oxidising explosive
Originally Posted by dark_avengergrenades could work but with out gravity/air the shrapnel would continue on until it was stopped by something making it a rather dangerous thing to use.
not much use having a weapon that is going 2 kill you while trying to kill someone else.
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