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Edited by suliman, 29 October 2012 - 01:49 AM.
Posted 30 October 2012 - 02:49 PM
excellent answer iron chef, thanks
if anyone else wants to add plz feel free
about ammo i might cut some corners and lump some guns together. I dont want to much focus on juggling to many variants of ammo for the player so im planning on doing some kind of "gamey"-simplification like all handguns use 9mm (or just call it pistol ammo). Handguns will not be focus of the game anyway (backup sidearm only) as its coming along rather military-like.
I would like to separate ammo for assault rifles (shews up large amount) and long-range rifles for gameplay reasons. Any good way of doing it?
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