so much facepalm has to be given for this thread....
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Incidentally, here's a "non-vital organ shot",
Time stamp: 5:00. ACE 2. Everyone wants the epic, uber, "suppression", "derpression" effects, yes? Good - you may use ACE 2 as an example. BIS, you have my permission to go forward with this.
I think the thread was put in good intention but for me the missing thing in this situation is
an unpleasant and often strong emotion caused by anticipation or awareness of danger.
i just dont feel it Visually in public server or in Clan servers ,however in the latter with teamspeak Fear of letting the side down and closer ties with the people in your group can sometimes transcend that fear factor into the person.
Dare i say it , DAYZ because of the consequence and situations in which you are shot at are more intense relays the Fear factor More than any Arma "normal" situation .
It would seem there aren't enough high testosterone recruits for the army these days.
Clearly there is only one solution to this diatribe erhm debate: An EKG and Cortisol monitor that inputs from player to PC and outputs to a persistant database. Those who are agitated will have to face that in game. Right on the heels of that technology - fear of zombies infiltrating a military world monitor....stay tuned!
~The bearly literate pugilist~
MP: Black Amish
I like the idea of having some suppression feature when being shot at. mentioned earlier in the thread someone said when they were under fire in RL they had "tunnel vision" this is true even in paintball or airsoft. when under fire your eyes focus in the center and your senses ignore what is around you as you focus on what is firing at you. I would propose the game have these features for sound and sight. when you are being suppressed it would make sense for your vision to tunnel, just make a circle and blur out the outside (similar to how NV works) as for sound I am sure there would be a way to heighten the sound that is in the direction of where your character is looking while at the same time greatly reducing the sound to your sides and behind you. i think this would make for a more realistic scenario. how many times have we seen in war movies the soldier comes under fire, everything else goes quiet as his focus is solely on the shooter???
just something to think about
OP should post what he said:Originally Posted by G4meM0ment