PDA

View Full Version : sad


Colte[LiveWireFreaks]
17th Mar 2001, 01:10 PM
When the online code first came out, there where ppl using tactics and stratigies, now the just circle straf and shoot from the hip on all the servers that I can find :(

http://unreal.infopop.net/OpenTopic/page?s=10009422&a=ga&ul=1950972301

INF_Neo
17th Mar 2001, 01:24 PM
sad thing that is.

Learn how to be really good in aiming and these bunnyhopping, circlestraving hip-firing people will have to develop new tactics.

....why the hell did you let them that close to you┬┐

http://members.tripod.de/Buscholl/infsig1c.gif

Colte[LiveWireFreaks]
17th Mar 2001, 02:47 PM
/me blushes

Um, I have, um, problems , yes, thats it, I....

Awww fu(k it, I suck at INF!

http://unreal.infopop.net/OpenTopic/page?s=10009422&a=ga&ul=1950972301

Dracil
17th Mar 2001, 06:14 PM
Hmm.... I still find it much more effective to dash for cover, then lean around and shoot them while they stay there out in the open. And if they do decide to go for cover, a nice grenade from my M16's grenade launcher will take them out.

http://web.ntown.net/~dpatton/INF3.gif

HanD_of_DarKNesS
17th Mar 2001, 10:39 PM
Yaeh, I'm all about the running and using REAL tactics. People like circle strafers, bunny hoppers, etc. don't do too well against me, because I played against my friends UT Instagib CTF clan for a long time, and that was all they did.

I can't wait for the pleyers to get more tactical. I've always loved things like that, and that's what INF is all about.

http://www.rlgaming.com/thissite/sigdarkness.gif
Assistant Coordinator,
Contributing Editor &
Graphic Artist
<A HREF="http://www.rlgaming.com" TARGET=_blank>REAL
LIFE GAMING (RLG)</A>

Acrappa
18th Mar 2001, 12:58 AM
Circle strafing ?
Hip shooting ?
Bunny hopping ?

Anyone care to explain? :D

<p align="right">http://filmz.steirnagle.com/temp/sig2.gif</p>&nbsp;&nbsp;

INF_Neo
18th Mar 2001, 02:31 PM
circle strafing:
you run around your enemy in circles and empty your AKMSU drum, while about 2% of the bullets hit...

bunny hopping:
umm.-... like... hopping like bunnies?

hip shooting:
shooting from the hip :D

http://members.tripod.de/Buscholl/infsig1c.gif

Sorente
18th Mar 2001, 04:20 PM
Maybe if ppl where unable to jump wen they are out of stamina? I think that would solve the problem... And for circle-strafin, its so easy to anticipate the moves of the player that i never had any problems to take 'em out.

Dracil
18th Mar 2001, 05:15 PM
Um.... already implmeented. Once stamina drops to a certain point, your jumping height goes down dramatically, and when really low, you can't jump.

http://web.ntown.net/~dpatton/INF3.gif

Farouk
18th Mar 2001, 05:25 PM
I usually take the full blown M16A2 (ACOG and M203). In close CQB (only on reallly tight maps I'll take the MP5) I have to shoot from the hip, it just doesn't work with the scope.
I am also sprinting from cover to cover and use the burst mode from the hip while I am running. But that's more surpressive fire. When I actually hit someone then, it's bad luck for him.

But circle strafing in the open space?
You better don't do that when there's someone with explosives around.
But I have to say the overall speed could be reduced by 10% or so. That would make circle strafing less effective.

[L]-Seretonin
19th Mar 2001, 05:01 AM
I welcome people runnin around in the open, circle strafing etc- just makes it easier to snipe them! They soon stop or leave INF for Instagib!!!! lol

http://facelink.com/edit/raw/rawimage/62/1554462.jpg

-=TALON=-
19th Mar 2001, 07:54 PM
I suck at UT cause i refused to jump around all the time, it just seemed very unrealistic. Being ex-military i actually find that all that security and combat training paid off. Things like taking cover and using cover fire to gain advantage really works. Also taking that extra second to close the door behind you gives you an excellent benifit to the enemy who comes in behind you. You know exactly where he is, but he has to scan the room for you. Little things like that make me LOVE this mod. :rolleyes:

Dracil
20th Mar 2001, 03:06 AM
Yeah, I always close doors, especially if it's the only entrance (like some places in Sicily). Gives you early warning when you hear the door being opened.

http://web.ntown.net/~dpatton/INF3.gif