FelipeFritschF

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  1. Maybe they just like having a crazy amount of details. To be fair, as cool as it sounds, it might actually be a good idea *not* to have that sort of feature in the game, when the resources and manhours that would be poured into implementing them could be better used into something that might actually make a difference in the game. Honestly though, I don't really care if they actually can have physical magazines being put back into physical pouches or something like that, as long as the game can hold up on its own as a good tactical shooter. They certainly seem to be going for a no holds barrelled approach, which is a good sign.
  2. Sorry about the duplicate thread. Made by three people. As if "bring order to chaos" wasn't enough, this game's inspiration in good ol' Swat 4 is made even more evident in the only "gameplay" video I could find. The recent resurgence of tactical shooters is now even more promising with a game that is apparently going to emphasize restraint and discipline, something that we don't get in fun, but still competitive games like Siege.
  3. http://voidinteractive.net/developer-blog-01-teaser-and-beyond/ Made by only three people, this is a very promising new tactical FPS heavily reminiscent of older classics like the earlier Rainbow Six and Swat games, with close-quarters tactical gameplay. Something that brings my attention is the non-military theme, something rather uncommon these days. Instead, we see less-lethal weaponry, tasers, shields, and a abundance of hostages and less exotic domestic threats and common criminals. As if "bring order to chaos" wasn't enough, this game's inspiration in good ol' Swat 4 is made even more evident in the only "gameplay" video I could find. The recent resurgence of tactical shooters is now even more promising with a game that is apparently going to emphasize restraint and discipline, something that we don't get in fun, but still competitive games like Siege. Take a look at this Bach-tastic trailer: