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NecroVisioN First-person shooter. The year is 1916. Young private fights enemy soldiers, vampires and demons on the battlefields of World War I and underground.

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Old 11-27-2007, 02:35 AM
roy mustang 2 roy mustang 2 is offline
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Hello. I have see the last video, and i think that the animation of the 1911A1 are a litle.... Unsatisfaying. A shot once with that tool, and i have to say that is recoil (and sound) are prety big. I also know that this is not presicely, because depends of the physics of the men that point the weapon.
Other thing, the Stielhandgranate seems to appear so sudenly at the time of trowing. Y use one of this once, and are a litle slow to use, becouse you need to remove a tape in the base of the stick, and afther that you need to pull a cord. That maybe can give a litle of tension in the game, and make the user use the grenade with more wisely.
And i have a litle cuestion. ¿Are only Lee-Enfield in the game? In the videos the Germans are using this tool.
I know my english sucks, for that, you can freele edete my message for the understand of everyone..
Good Bye and Thanks.
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Old 11-27-2007, 05:46 AM
Evgeny Evgeny is offline
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I'll check up on the Lee-Enfield and post about it. Thank you for your question.
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