Okay, every COD that features the RPG has it on the players back upside down. Tell me, why would the Soldier be carrying a loaded RPG and have it facing towards the ground. If that thing accidently fired he'd loose his legs, or worse. IW/SH, please make it so when the RPG is on the players back the front is facing upwards. Cheers.
You're looking for an awful lot of realism in a GAME where people RESPAWN after they've died and magically teleport to helicopters and knife people through multiple bullets and die when a knife that was thrown over a 4 story building hits them in the heel and apparently resupply their weapon w/ universal ammo from little blue bags and . . . . .
Take those four periods off the end of that and place them strategically throughout that post. That way it becomes bareable to read.
If you're going to grammar police me, learn how to spell "bearable" first. The sentence was supposed to be run-on.
some realism has to be obatained though, correct gun names and how the RPG-7 is used
this is actually a good point they spend so much time on modeling the guns atleast have them operate and be carried correctly
Doesn't the grenade not arm unless it travels a certain distance from the launcher? If it doesn't, then the question is would you rather an RPG get launched a foot from your head then travel who knows where and explode, or a foot from your feet and then going nowhere? (I just realized this post was 2 weeks old, but hey... it's still on the front page).