By Jim Rossignol on July 28th, 2007 at 12:44 pm.
RPS friend and Creative Assembly minion James Carey has spent the past few years being obsessed with PC soldier sims – first Operation Flashpoint and then its direct sequel (as opposed to indirect sequel, Operation Flashpoint 2. which was recently announced by Codemasters but won’t be developed by Bohemia) Armed Assault. Over the last few months Carey has been teased a bit by me and others as he creates war scenarios, mods parachutes and “goes on maneuvers” with his weekend war chums.
Carey was therefore pleased to be able to demonstrate that his own obsession with the super-accurate war games were as nothing compared to some of his militarist colleagues. Below is a picture of one Arma fan’s setup. Click the image for full size.
Insane? Or actually what most gamers want? I already own three PCs, two screens and a laptop. Something like this is the logical conclusion. Right? (I tell you, when I win the lottery there’s going to be a picture of my neon-and-Leopard skin penthouse games cinema plastered across the entire internet.)
Okay, so how about instead of that you have the capacity to be able to fire live rounds at the screen. I’m not kidding. (11mb .wmv). Hot jazz too…
And here’s the reason behind this entire post: a video of those four giant screens in action. Holy shit.
Screw decadent wastes of resources: that is a happy man.