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    Muito feio esse tanque, parece um cano de esgoto aquele canhão... o que ele tinha de especial?

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    Originalmente enviada por CarmaGeddoN


    Esse tank eh igualzinho a um tank inimigo q tem no Metal Slug X
    Ah ja joguei esse jogo

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    Originalmente enviada por Yamamoto
    Muito feio esse tanque, parece um cano de esgoto aquele canhão... o que ele tinha de especial?
    Nada de especial... Só um puta canhao naval, só.

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    Eu tenho akele caca goblin numa carta de super trunfo!

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    Para quem tem duvidas das armas que serão colocadas na nova expansão, segue um texto.


    Ho 229 "Flying Wing"
    There's actually some dispute over nomenclature regarding this aircraft. German aircraft, like their Soviet counterparts, bore prefixes based on the companies that produced them -- the "Ho" is short for "Horten," as in Walter and Reimar Horten, designers of the plane. The famous "flying wing" was to be manufactured by Gothar, leading some to call it the Go 229, but since the aircraft never went into active production, the former name has generally stuck.

    The 229 was intended to be a long-range fighter-bomber, equipped with four 30mm Mk 108 cannon and two 1,000kg bombs. It had excellent handling, a maximum range of almost 2,000 miles, and a top speed closing in on the sound barrier at 607mph, thanks to its twin Junkers turbojet engines. However, it never made it out of the testing stages. Shortly after its maiden flight at Oranienburg in January 1945, Allied soldiers overran the research facility.



    XF-85 Goblin
    This little guy has been the darling of model aircraft buffs for years. It's notable as the smallest jet fighter ever designed. Only 14 feet long with a 21-foot wingspan, it still managed a top speed of 650mph from its single Westinghouse jet engine. It was designed as a "parasitic" fighter -- it would fly inside the bomb bay of the B-36 bombers it escorted and detach to fly under its own power only when a threat drew near. After driving off the opposition with its four .50-caliber machineguns, it would catch a "trapeze" hanging from the bomb bay and hoist itself back in.

    The Goblin was successfully test-flown from a B-29 on several occasions, but never from the B-36es it would have flown with in active service. The project was eventually cancelled when mid-air refueling became the preferred method of extending the range of combat aircraft. Only two were produced, one of which you can see at the USAF Museum in Dayton, Ohio.



    Ba 349 Natter
    "Natter" is German for "viper," and this little rocket definitely packed a poisonous sting. Conceived as far back as 1939 by Werner von Braun, who first proposed a vertical take-off rocket plane, it was brought to its short life by Erich Bachem, who adapted the idea to create a cheap, simple, powerful rocket-powered fighter.

    The Natter used four booster rockets to supplement its single rocket engine (almost identical to that used in the more famous Me 163 Komet) on takeoff. In flight, it used a set of four guide vanes to steer the engine exhaust and control its path. It wouldn't have to fly on its own for very long, though. It was intended as a short-range interceptor, to launch up within range of an Allied bomber formation, strike quickly with its payload of 24 unguided rockets, and let its pilot bail out on the way down. The airframe, in fact, was disposable -- only the rocket engine would be recovered after the mission.

    Unmanned tests of prototype Natters went smoothly during the winter of 1944-45, and though it killed its first human test pilot in February 1945, subsequent manned tests were successful. It never saw action, however -- the Allies overran the first Natter launch site before it could intercept any incoming bombers. A single captured example of the craft is still on display at the National Air and Space Museum.



    Armstrong Whitworth AW-52
    Designed by Briton John Lloyd, who also created several other Armstrong Whitworth aircraft, the AW-52 flying wing was originally conceived for both civilian and military purposes. It would have been a prototype for flying wing designs employed as airliners and bombers, had the concept ever caught on.

    The AW-52 was one of the earliest applications of "laminar flow" wing design, which uses symmetrical curvature on the top and bottom of the wing and a thinner leading edge to decrease drag. Another, more successful example of the concept was the American P-51 Mustang fighter. Unlike that legendary workhorse, however, the AW-52 never made it out of the testing stages. It was perhaps made most famous by a pilot named John Lancaster, who survived the first emergency ejection in the UK by punching out of an AW-52 prototype in 1949.



    Douglas C-47
    The C-47 cargo plane, or "Gooney Bird" as it was nicknamed by whimsical flyers, is perhaps the least mysterious and exciting of the new vehicles in Secret Weapons. However, it occupies the most significant place of any of them in the history of military aircraft -- 9,436 C-47s were procured for use during WWII, making it much more than just an interesting footnote.

    Adapted from the DC-3 passenger airliner, the C-47 was a tough and reliable carrier of cargo throughout the war and afterward. It was used in the Berlin Airlift, Korea, and Vietnam as well as WWII, toting cargo, dropping paratroops, evacuating wounded, and otherwise getting things where they needed to go. In Vietnam, it was even adapted for use in combat -- C-47s equipped with 7.62mm Gatling-style miniguns destroyed more than 400 enemy supply trucks in two years of service, and a few were even equipped with tank-busting 105mm guns. In Secret Weapons, however, the C-47 serves as a mobile spawn point, to carry troops and drop them over key targets.



    Wasserfall
    Yes, it means "waterfall" in German. It's an odd name, because this missile was meant to have much more direction than that -- it was an early effort at a man-guided missile weapon. Developed at Peenemunde alongside the much better-known V-2, the Wasserfall would have provided a guided weapon with which to strike incoming bombers.

    The Wasserfall guidance system combined an early radar with a remote control device in the hands of a single operator. The operator would steer the missile along a radar beam towards the target, and a proximity fuse would detonate the warhead close enough to destroy it. Tests achieved only mixed success through 1944 and early 1945, and the project was concluded officially in February 1945. Its basic concept would eventually succeed, though. The American Nike missile could be considered a direct descendant of the Wasserfall -- both benefited from the contributions of German rocket pioneer Werner von Braun.



    T28/T95 Super Heavy Tank
    The T28 was America's contribution to the super heavy tank race of late WWII. It was actually rather light for the class -- its 95 tons were dwarfed by the German "Maus" (188 tons) and other super heavy models -- but at 15 feet wide and 36 feet long it was easily the largest armored vehicle of American design crafted during the war. Its foot-thick frontal armor could defend it from the Germans' 88mm tank guns, and its 105mm gun, despite poor traverse range, could easily penetrate the heaviest German armor and fortifications.

    That was the idea, anyway, but the war ended before the T28 -- later reclassified a self-propelled gun and christened T95 -- could make it into service. Only two prototypes were tested, and their fate was lost to history for some years until a working T28 was discovered at Fort Belvoir, Virginia. It had been mislaid from 1947 all the way through 1974, and now sits on permanent display at Fort Knox.



    Sturmtiger
    This ungainly sucker was designed as a heavy infantry support vehicle for city fighting, after Germany's experience in the battle of Stalingrad. Its purpose was to reduce buildings and fortifications to open the way for infantry to progress more effectively through a city. To that end, Germany combined a modified Tiger tank chassis with a 380mm rocket mortar, which could drop a massive explosive projectile at a range of up to 6,000 meters and penetrate eight feet of reinforced concrete with a shaped-charge round. The mortar, oddly enough, was adapted from a depth charge launcher used for anti-submarine warfare.

    The Sturmtiger was conceived as early as 1942, but the prototype didn't see combat until the late summer of 1944, and production models didn't make it off the lines until fall. It was successfully used in only one battle, the Warsaw Uprising of August 1944. The Sturmtiger's firepower proved deadly -- enough to collapse a building and shatter groups of armor with a single shot -- but it was slow, unreliable, and limited by a low ammunition capacity.



    T-34 Calliope
    If the name "Calliope" sounds rather musical to you, you're on the right track -- it's named after a woodwind instrument collecting several musical pipes of different lengths. Some wag noticed the resemblance when the Army decided to collect 60 rocket-launching tubes into a single piece of mobile artillery.

    This particular weapon combines the T-34 with an M4 Sherman Tank for added mobility. The combination was nicknamed "Goliath" during the war. Its M8 4.5-inch high-explosive rockets pack a considerable punch, but they're not much for accuracy -- it was best used for saturating an area with fire. It's worth noting that this unit has been seen in games before -- Sudden Strike and Blitzkrieg, among others.

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    o que ele tinha de especial???

    como se faz uma pergunta dessa?
    feio....que se dane se é fei né, se viu o tamanho do buraco da artilharia?

    imagina o tamanho da bala do mocinho, isso ai é arma típica do máscara... ou dos looney toones...animal vei...

    toda expansão é da hora...

    até RtR...pena que seis são mão de vaca e num compra....

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    E tendo missel AR AR vai ser RLZ


    E AINDA O PESSOAL DO DESERT COMBAT VAI TER TUDO QUE ELES QUERIAM NESSA MALDITA VIDA DELES UM SCRIPT DE MISSEL TELEGUIADO AR AR

    PUTA JA PENSARAM DESERT COMBAT NOS F 14 Tomcat e f 16 VS MIG 29

    puta DEFESAS PATRIOT que o cara do DC falou que colocaria caso tivesse o script
    podemos ver que na foto o terrA AR e muito bom, e so remodelar odeseho da base para fazer os patriot

    JA PENSARAM PATRIOT MOVEL QUE NEM O REAL? puta


    e com esse script o SCUD seria lancado atraves do SPECIAL OPS que apontaria um laser

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    Originalmente enviada por RUGALXP1
    E tendo missel AR AR vai ser RLZ


    E AINDA O PESSOAL DO DESERT COMBAT VAI TER TUDO QUE ELES QUERIAM NESSA MALDITA VIDA DELES UM SCRIPT DE MISSEL TELEGUIADO AR AR

    PUTA JA PENSARAM DESERT COMBAT NOS F 14 Tomcat e f 16 VS MIG 29

    puta DEFESAS PATRIOT que o cara do DC falou que colocaria caso tivesse o script
    podemos ver que na foto o terrA AR e muito bom, e so remodelar odeseho da base para fazer os patriot

    JA PENSARAM PATRIOT MOVEL QUE NEM O REAL? puta


    e com esse script o SCUD seria lancado atraves do SPECIAL OPS que apontaria um laser
    ia c do caralho AEHuheuaHeehuaheuae tipo me parece que tinha um mod ae com bazooka teleguiada.... so n lembro o nome do mod

    ia c legal c o patriot intercipitasse o scud HuHuhUhUHU ou um scud com armas biologicas HE|iUHueahIOUEHOIAUeAE!
    eh tem que por a poha do homen bomba denovo!

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    Originalmente enviada por S u

    eh tem que por a poha do homen bomba denovo!

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    opa opa esse topico eh sobre se e nao dc

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    essa expansão pelo visto vai ser muito show de bola.


    tomara que novos elementos sejam adicionados aos mapas antigos.

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    bem loco

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    naum gostei cara...t tiro o realismo toma no **

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    Originalmente enviada por N.E.S.C.A.U
    naum gostei cara...t tiro o realismo toma no **
    marechal nescau ball?

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    naum... eu sou soh o nescau cara....

    tem essa de ball naum hehehe

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    Originalmente enviada por N.E.S.C.A.U
    naum gostei cara...t tiro o realismo toma no **
    Porque realismo.. vou mostar os avioes usados ou projetados pelos EUA e Alemanha na 2º guerra que vc não ouvio falar






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    SOBRE O AVIÃO EM QUESTÃO ACIMA.






    Engine: 2x Rolls Royce "Nene" turbojets making 5,000 lb thrust each
    Wing Span: 90'
    Length: 37' 4''
    Height: 14' 4''
    Weight: Empty 19,662 lb / Loaded 34,154 lb
    Maximum Speed: 500 mph
    Ceiling: 36,000'
    Range: 980 miles
    Crew : 2
    Armament: None
    History:
    Designed by John Lloyd the AW-52 started life in 1944 under specification E.9/44, as a proposed flying wing bomber/airliner with a span of 120'. It's first incarnation was as a glider the AW-52G for flight testing the flying wing concept, then as 3/4 scale powered test machine the AW-52 which following the success of the glider, the Ministry of Supply gave the go ahead for in 1945.

    Two prototype of the AW-52 were made, with the maiden flight of the first prototype (TG 363) being on 13/11/1947 and the second (TG 368) just under a year later on the 1/9/1948. Incorporating a laminar flow wing, the AW-52 was a bitter and expensive disappointment, problems were encountered with the laminar wings, there were no national marking on the wing as this would adversely effect the air flow and even a fly striking the leading edge would cause the wing to become far less efficient, this combined with major pitch axis control problems at high speed, which was never resolved satisfactorily led to the imposition of a 288 mph speed limit. Things went from bad to worse when the first aircraft crashed on the 30/5/1949, how ever pilot John Lancaster shot to fame by making the first emergence ejection in the UK! In the end enough was enough and the last AW-52 was sent to the scrap yard in May 1954.



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    Prisioneiro, dá pra ver no texto que o AW-52 não foi usado na 2a. Guerra... O ínicio dos estudos se deu em 1944 , mas o primeiro vôo ocorreu em 1947 , ou seja, bem no pós-guerra.
    É isso que me estranha mais, pôr veículos que nem sequer estavam sendo usados ainda na guerra.


    E alguns desses aviões das fotos foram protótipos do pós-guerra tb, e nenhum deles foi usado em combate.
    Acho que essa expansão é muito mais comercial do que realística.

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    Acho que isso que a EA quer sugerir .. como seria a guerra se essas armas tivesem sido Usadas..


    Acho que para um jogo, o importante acima de tudo e a diversão.. se for legal.. rox..


    onde se ja vio Aliados se matando por um helicoptero.. da para ver que hoje em dia nos serves a realidade está muito longe

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    Eu gosto mais do realismo, joguem vietcong real, muito real
    ... até hoje o record de realismo foi o bf, mas c lança essa expansão vai avacalha.

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    Originalmente enviada por N.E.S.C.A.U
    Eu gosto mais do realismo, joguem vietcong real, muito real
    ... até hoje o record de realismo foi o bf, mas c lança essa expansão vai avacalha.
    até hoje o record de realismo foi o bf
    aff BF eh um joguinho super arcade, nao tem nada de realismo

    realismo mesmo eh OFP

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    Originalmente enviada por N.E.S.C.A.U
    naum gostei cara...t tiro o realismo toma no **
    Originalmente enviada por N.E.S.C.A.U
    Eu gosto mais do realismo, joguem vietcong real, muito real
    ... até hoje o record de realismo foi o bf, mas c lança essa expansão vai avacalha.
    Aham... nisso sou obrigado a concordar... vietcong eh mto legal e realista.... mas bf.... vejamos.... eu levo uma bomba no peh.... vouo... e ainda puxo meu paraquedas superantiqueda e nao morro (NUSSA!)

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