They said it over and over again before it was released.
Call of Duty: Black Ops had Colourblind Assist, made it so enemies were Red and teammates were Blue, so that was good, normally it was Orange and Green and i often got it mixed up, basically trying to take down friendly Helicopters and that.
Colourblind Assist does not Assist, it does the opposite.
Fucking automerge man.
I just had a 25 kill-streak with M1911 on Wake Island. Felt so good.
Ended up 48-10 :(
Ok, then they are also wrong about who "invented" CQC multiplayer too.
It will be a nice change of pace for people that like close range gun on gun instead long open drawn out tank, heli, jet, APC, vs infantry spam fests.
I tend to shy away from conquest because everyone and their brothers mother uses the vehicles and hardly ever goes on foot.
I've always liked rainbow 6 games, I've always liked COD games (well, mw3 is complete shit)
So I will probably enjoy this DLC, and even if I don't, at least I have some new guns to play with.
Then we will get the vehicle warfare pack, again, a counter to the CQC DLC.
It will add more vehicles on the largest maps ever seen.
And I hope to god they add more than one fucking jeep.
Operation firestorm, its fucking retarded as shit to have ONE jeep to each side based on how large that map is.
I would like to see at least 4 transport helis, 10 tanks, 4 jets, 10 jeeps, 2 attack helicopters, and maybe some APC's on each of the vehicle warfare pack.
That and I can't wait to get out and see what range the maps hold for sniping.
I want to do some more of this.
I see lime green with color blind mode on for squad mates.
Hopefully, in either the CQC DLC or Vehicle DLC, they will improve the base games destruction physics so something like this
Is easier to do.
Add more break points, actually, they could do that if they incorporated the newer versions of Physx seen on the GTX 680's...
But then what would they do with ATi...
Are the BC2 Vietnam servers still populated? Last time I checked there were only like 3 servers online.
There are different forms of color blind right?
Shouldn't game devs (if they have color blind options) make more than one color blind mode?
I thought I was going to hate playing Recon class because I hate sitting and shooting from a distance all game, but the SKS is freaking amazing.
I'm beating everybody from range as well as up close. It's like the M16a3 of the Recon class because it succeeds well at every range.
I don't know about you but I can't hit shit with the SKS.
It's so fast, has so little recoil, and a 21 round clip means you just spray it in someone's general direction until they're dead.
Flash suppressor helps a lot I think.
Take any recon rifle, remove the scope, instant frontline spotting machine.
Destroyed at close range, pretty good at medium ranges, and got a little more difficult towards long range targets.
Now you have to be at point blank range pretty much to actually kill anything.
It doesn't even perform like an assault rifle anymore.
I finally finished the next one. This is Metro and Medic only as requested by plenty of people.
How do you pick the thumbnail? I only get to pick the thumbnail from a snapshot of the video.
How do you become a partner? Do you have to have a certain number of subscribers?
Simple answer: No, there are not technical requirements. Just have some videos, some subscribers, and some reoccurring viewers.
Longer Answer: Yes, You need around 4000 subscribers, half million view hits, a community surrounding your content. Also no copyrighted content. Original content.
Even longer answer: Depending on what kind of content, you can join a youtube hub network like IGN, TGS, Machinima, etc that will allow you to post game content with the ability to also monetize it. If all you do is stuff with a camera and like skits and stuff, you can get partnership through the normal system. I recommend going with a hub early on, until maybe 10k subs to 15k subs, then break off and look for better hubs or attempt to run on your own with youtube.
Hubs = they take a cut. But basically allow game content in general, which you basically must have
On your own = Harder, trickier to manage at first, much more control, and more revenue.
I've been a partner for 16 months, and I'm looking to migrate to a different network, but that's a basic idea of the structure.
Updated the OP content. I still need to get new images of the maps. But the new content I wanted to put up is there.
Feel free to take a look and hurl insults at me.
If all it takes is uploading 226 videos and getting 1k-2k views each, than getting a YouTube partnership seems like a cake walk
It's a cake walk if you're in a hub network. Once you're under contract you automatically get partner. By volume, most of my videos are about 1000 views. But I have a couple over 100k, and one over 600k.
For me, I'm just continuing to post content in general. Staying active.
That's some impressive shooting, bu it drives me mad how there's a whole bunch of people just having a snipe-fest in a rush game... so useless for the team. Drives me mad when I join a rush game and 50% of the team stick as recon and just do nothing to help win.
You know how the jav goes up before heading towards the target?
So I was aiming at some distant tank on, the jav finished locking on, I fired and as the missile went up it hit an enemy attack chopper, which exploded from the hit.
I just roadkilled a jet with a boat.
I find it funny when you fire a Javelin at a tank and he deploys smoke to get the Javelin off him only for it to fail somehow, mine ended up going ahead of where he was going so he practically drove into it, got himself killed aswell, if only he didn't move.
Parachuting down after helicopter disabled my jet. Same helicopter makes a turn and flies past me -> Fire RPG -> Boom.