well, facial form and skin colour adjustments could be nice. (:
now, there's only one head model(im quite sure) in AA and only the colour is the difference...
another thing is also good(in my opinion[stupid head I be]): better gear selection(well not 0oB3r thingy Awesome) the amount of ammo pouches could be affected by how much stuff you have... and erm... if you are SF then you dont only wear that hat, but you can wear also that.. erm. other helmet(dunno the number mark thingy)
Listen, do you hear that! ... what? You know I don't have a bloody clue what i'm dribbeling about...
Last edited by RyanRyzzo(again); June 25th, 2005 at 02:09 AM.
Don't know if you have only just got the game but the facial features of the soldiers are different to the rest, when you're SF there are ones which wear the desert hat, have no hat at all and just have the goggles, one with a desert camo baseball cap kinda thing and on other SF missions the standard helmet.
Everything is different, the IF guys look the same, not the SF.
Maybe in the future the DEVs will give us the opportunity to create our own maps, model and skin our own guys, even the weapons, but a customisation of the soldier to fit your own appearance or someone elses would be a good addition to the game, as the players may not want to look like the person they are playing as. You can customise your weapon, so why not let us customise our soldier.
In the case of Iraq, there are no front lines, its all gerilla (spelling?) attacks, car bombs, there are no sides, just a whole country in combat. Women get caught in combat all the time, like that soldier Lynch, who got captured in Iraq, she was caught in combat, and so are many women, but they can not take up Combat MOS (Mission Occupational Specialty, or Military Job) as the Army has closed them to women.
Having a customizible soldier would be kool, i would love to have something like that
Last edited by Cmdr_Link; July 2nd, 2005 at 11:10 PM.
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