Splintert said:You guys are ridiculous. Ever played... Arma? It's not easy to determine non-hostiles from hostiles in a combat environment from 70k feet in the air in a combat situation. Humans are humans, mistakes are made. No, it's not right that something bad happens but get over it. It's war, war has casualties.
If you sign up for war you sign for being shot at and possibly killed. You also sign up for shooting and possibly killing at other people so it's a fair trade. What's NOT a fair trade is not signing up and being shot and killed anyway.Splintert said:Nothing can be done about it. It's like saying that hostiles have no families, they are not human because they shoot back. No, it's exactly the same.
I think people would bash Germany harder if we had won the war.(TWD)Tom said:as for the hate that america is getting I've come to realize no matter what we do we get scorned for it
Well, some people have to serve all day while some sit in their more or less cosy and safe castles/flats getting everything they need delivered because they have the monetary power to do so. And, in warzones, a wall and a bunch of armed guys to protect all that.Suspicious Pilgrim said:You sound like the "in real life it's probably like this video game!" crowd.
Come on now , that's just spam. I men, Us government, ARMA, WW II, fine, but your right to go off topic is SPAM(TWD)Tom said:I think we have earned the right to this off topicness seeing as most of the people that post are from the part of the community that is close and has played together for awhile, plus who likes this main topic?
Pretty much is a consistent group of people.(TWD)Tom said:I think we have earned the right to this off topicness seeing as most of the people that post are from the part of the community that is close and has played together for awhile, plus who likes this main topic?
Splintert said:Resignation threads should be renamed "spam threads".
Regardless, I didn't say war was like Arma I said it's hard to identify friendlies from enemies with the UI in Arma, much less without. Just like real life.