How to get the most out of your computer games by using real world tactics.
Most of my fellow gamers, I would wager, like as much realism in computer games as possible within the limits of the medium, without it being a boot camp style of learning. I had been into flight sims for awhile before deciding to play them a little bit more seriously. I read two books, one from Dan “Crash” Crenshaw called “How to live and die in the virtual sky”, and
I like this movie, but this scene is one of my favorites. Rarely in motion pictures do you see actual tactics put to use.
This reminds me of the room clearing tactics that Zedic and Katanama showed some of us 31st members during one of your practice sessions.
Very helpful and useful. Even when I walk into the office where I work I mimic how I would enter from a tactical stand point, or where I would place evasive/covering fire.
Great games tonight and did some squad leading on Dragonfly. Yrkidding was in my squad as medic with some other familiar and friendly faces ^^ One thing I wanted to write down was an assault we did on the Northwest Fields flag.
Playing as Militia, we crossed the river north and was at the western edge of the fields. We got eyes on the flag and spotted heavy fortifications-- MG nests (plural?), Foxholes, FOB. I had an idea. The plan was to have a fireteam stay at that position,
Squad led a round on Wanda Shan for the first time. I let everyone know that I'm new to squad leading and would probably take it slow but still play tactical. Some guys said it was cool and a few left which was totally okay with me. Had some familiar faces in my squad-- HappyTimes123 and Noniol (my good friend). Round started with a 12 on 12 and since we were the only infantry squad we went on the attack to Northern Forest. My squad loaded up