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Fantastic video game weapons vs their real-life eq

antdude (79039) writes | more than 4 years ago

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antdude (79039) writes "This two pages GamesRadar article compares the fantastic computer/video game weapons and their real-life equivalents — "There are certain things we just accept in video games. An overweight pipe technician can jump five times his own height. A first aid kit will instantly heal bullet wounds and replace lost blood. And any theoretical physics model can be cleanly packaged into a lightweight, handheld weapon with the minimum of fuss. But in certain cases, that last one isn't too far off the truth.

As guano loopy as most game weaponry is, some of it definitely isn't implausible. In fact some of it exists already. Kind of. Stick with us, and we'll talk you through the exciting/mortifying truth of what could be just around the technological corner..."

Seen on Blue's News."

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