Thursday, 23 August 2012
"An upgraded version of the AK-47, it is a unique assault rifle that houses two separate pistons - one for normal operation and the other for reducing recoil - inside it's gas chamber. Improved stability when firing translates into more accuracy "
The AK-107bis is considered an "aim gun". When you fire without scoping, it has little recoil for the first 2 or 3 rounds but then blooms very quickly. However while aiming with the optic, the gun has little to no recoil and even so while moving, making it a highly accurate rifle also a run-and-gun-able weapon, which is the primary strength of this weapon.
For the statistics, AK-107 has 35 damage, which means the player needs to shoot the head twice or shoot the body 5 or even more times for a successful kill, and an average 55 ROF, making it not so fit in C.Q.C. However the stability makes up for the low damage. The extremely high 65 stability makes mid/long range suppresion possible but only shows while you aim by the optic, which makes another disadvantage in C.Q.C because of the limited vision. It has an average 45 range, which could be enhance to 51 with an ACOG. However the ACOG is not always recommended for this gun due to the vision problem mentioned earlier. A compromised solusion is to use the Red Dot, with 3 more range enhanced and a slightly tighter vision. However, the ACOG is generally better when shooting at a distance, as it is steadier and easier to keep on target. Generally speaking, this rifle is great for mid-range or even beyond, but not so fit in C.Q.C combat, except using it's advantage of it's stability to acquire run-and-gun headshots. It should never take the point unless necessary, and perfoms much better at a support position.
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Wednesday, 22 August 2012
Tuesday, 21 August 2012
Monday, 20 August 2012
Country : Japan
Genre : Death Metal/Goregrind
Quality : Mp3, VBR V0 kbps [Scene]
01. Go-Zen Grinder 01:08
02. If You Have A Will 00:45
03. AL-FIN-078-39216 01:29
04. The Most Magnificent Blade 01:38
05. Goronyaaaan 01:03
06. 19801205 01:16
07. 895882 01:48
08. Is Ray Storm 01:30
09. Neko Neko Nuckle 02:05
10. Impaled Proceed 01:43
11. Bring it on if Youre Not Scared 02:06
12. Is Twin Blades 01:41
13. Sanbach 01:51
14. K.U.R.I. 00:56
15. Butanika Banzai 02:29
16. Yakiniku Teishoku 00:51
17. Salvare000 01:49
18. Iron Crow Zero-Shiki 00:55
19. Hitoshizuku 01:09
20. HiNA = HiN-NYU 01:25
21. Kotona Orgy 01:31
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Sunday, 19 August 2012
New terrorist faction featured in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive.
The Anarchists wear black hoodies with white/yellow stripes running down the sides of the sleeves, which cover most of their hands. They wear sunglasses and bandannas over their faces in various colors (including navy blue, red, and black). They wear either blue jeans or dark pants. Judging by their voices, they are American, similar to the Professionals. They are making an appearence only on one map, Office.
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Friday, 17 August 2012
Wednesday, 15 August 2012
First, we need to activate the Unreal Editor in FFOW. Right click the FFOW shortcut on your desktop, open Properties, then add the word editor to the end of the target so it looks like this:
Press Apply and click OK. Now open FFOW and you will see the editor splash screen. When it finally loads, you will get a window with the title "Generic" and a tip of the day. Close the tip of the day thingy. There will also be a window behind it named "UnrealEd"..but no need to use that.
This may look confusing at first, but trust me, it's a breeze after you get confortable with it. We need to load up our textures so we can log them. In the "Generic" window, go to File > Open and browse to this path -- X:\Program Files\THQ\Frontlines-Fuel of War\GCGame\CookedPC
Under the CookedPC folder, you got lots of more folders with generic names...for players, we want to open the Characters folder....for vehicles, the vehicles folder....for weapons, the weapons folder. Yea, it's pretty simple. For now, open the Characters folder. Reference is below if you are lost.
You see a bunch of .upk files. This is what we want. Click on CHW_01_US.upk and click Open to load it. The below pic shows what is loaded and what I see when I first open the .upk file.
Ok, so now we need to look at one bigger picture of our US player model. See those purple boxes? That's what we want. In other words, we want meshes. To just view the meshes, expand CHW_US_01 on the left and click on Meshes. Reference below:
Okay, now. There are 2 ways to open the meshes. You can either double click it or right click > AnimSet Viewer. Either way, it will open it in AnimSet, which is what we need. So go ahead and open the first mesh, SK_CHW_01_US_1P_ArmsA.This will popup a whole new window with a whole bunch more crap. Reference below to what I see:
In the above picture, I have circled red the important things and the only things you need to worry about. On the right is our model of ArmsA. On the left is the Mesh browser, so we can switch meshes in the drop down. Right now it's on the ArmsA mesh.
The bar that I circled on the top is the LOD. LOD is the Levels of Detail. This is nice because we need to log all LOD's if we want properly working chams. The model rec changes when the LOD changes...and the LOD changes when your player gets further away from the enemy player or another object. NEVER use Auto LOD when you log! This will sometimes give you LOD 1 or LOD 2.
B = LOD 0 or BASE
1 = LOD 1
2 = LOD 2
3 = LOD 3
If you click on the different LOD's, you will notice the texture quality changes.
The last thing I circled has all the mesh information. It shows the LOD and how many chunks it has. The chunks is important because a model could have more parts. For example, when I logged the ground drones, they had 3 chunks...the body, left tread, right tread. Take note of this when logging because you need to get all parts of the model to color the whole thing or color each part different. Whatever you like to do.
To change the camera view on the model you are looking at, use the left and right mouse buttons. The right mouse button changes your distance and the left mouse button pivots around the model.
To change meshes, click the drop-down box on the left. This has every mesh that you loaded in the "Generic" window, even if you didn't open it yet in AnimSet. They are all easily accessable to you now.
I pretty much toured you through the Editor so you can log models with ease instead of in-game. I hope this has helped some of you.
CrEdZ: drunken cheetah
Friday, 10 August 2012
1. Autotheist Movement I: Create 03:44
2. Autotheist Movement II: Emancipate 07:20
3. Autotheist Movement III: Deconsecrate 06:39
4. Accelerated Evolution 04:39
5. The Eidolon Reality 03:46
6. Ten Billion Years 05:54
7. Hail Science 00:53
8. Hymn of Sanity 01:34
9. In Solitude 06:27
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