on 27-07-2011 05:22 PM
I was watching some of the Starhawk clips again & it looked as though you could deploy an auto-gunturret!!!
As well as it said about the AA turrets were also manable...
I think i'm in two minds about it!!!!
I can see deploying a few in your home base area might be an advantage when you push forward to the enemy positions & to cover choke points when you retreat with there flag....
And auto AA might be good for helping fending off those moments when your swamped with enemy aircraft....
Its just looking at Warhawk & everything that is/was done in the game was done by someone either manning the missile turrets or firing the machinegun & not just deploying "auto-turrets"...
on 27-07-2011 05:36 PM
on 27-07-2011 06:51 PM
Spending your rift energy on AA turrets, seems pretty pointless IMO.
The planes can't hover, so they cant hurt you.
The AA was on a wall/building so reguarding wasted "rift enegy" not too sure as it might of been part of something....
But even with the planes not being able to hover there are some excelent pilots out there who can do a lot of damage just on a fly past.....
Now if there's a turret against the ground vehicles, that'd be an advantage!
I know things change & move on but it just does'nt feel to be in the spirit that was Warhawk...
There we had one on one be it with the infantry weapons or manning fixed positions ....
Not what could happen in the future with auto-turrets aiding the person your engaging.....
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