I thoroughly enjoyed landing an 80t Victor on the fact of a Hunchback only to have it get back up core said Victor. Turn based is all well and good but if it's going to be a video game the transitions between turns need to flow better as well.
Joking aside, I do agree with that assessment. I found the core gameplay loop to be boring but it could easily have been as a result of that. I do also find the RNG a bit off putting, like there's just too much of it and it makes victories feel cheap
Wait... so you think there may have been an issue with the balancing of the BT beta? Not sure if that's what you were saying, I think you may have slightly hinted at it but didn't fully or explicitly state it.
I wasn't hooked on the beta, tbh but I'm sure the single player campaign will be great. Also modding is going to be a joy. I'm hoping for a RNG free comp mod at some point, might take a stab at it myself too.
Played my first round of PUBG Mobile a moment ago. It's surprisingly good. Runs smooth as silk on my OnePlus 5, inventory management is actually remarkably easy and it plays well. 9 Kills, top 4. Crap final circle screwed me. ;P
Oceanic Merc Corp is a tight-knit 21+ Australian PC gaming community currently comprised of over 280 members with teams and guilds spanning dozens of online games.
OMC was originally founded around the online PC shooter Mechwarrior: Online, playing both casually and competitively, having maintained a solid foothold within the oceanic region and beyond. OMC has previously claimed 1st place in the first season of the MWO High Pingers League, 1st place in the Pacific MWO league, and 2nd place in the international Last Mech Standing championship.
While still maintaining a strong presence in MWO, the OMC community has since harboured great interest in several other titles including, but not limited to ARMA 2 & 3, ARK: Survival Evolved, Battlefield 4, DDO, Elite: Dangerous, EVE Online, GTA Online, Heroes of the Storm, Killing Floor 1 & 2, Minecraft, Payday 2, Star Citizen, War Thunder and World of Tanks.
The OMC community primarily operates around a central Teamspeak 3 server, which is open to the public at ts.omcmwo.com. This, combined with an active forum (http://www.omcmwo.com/forum) up on the OMC website, provides all members with the means to organize and coordinate events, gaming sessions, chat about games & current events and even organizing of community gatherings IRL.
In the past, admittance into OMC has been limited to friends & family of existing members, however as the community has branched out to additional online games, any prospective players are now welcome to submit an application to OMC.
OMC welcomes all invitations from other gaming communities too. Those interested in organizing scrims, alliances or casual gaming sessions need only to contact us here, or drop by our teamspeak server and have a chat with one of our friendly leadership team members.