Can someone explain to me why, in gifs/webms like these, the players are all switching weapons like their hand has been possessed by an epileptic in a strobe light factory? Is there a point?
its because of lag compensation and the fact that the webm is recorded from a demo of the whole server, not from the player's actual screen. On his own screen, he saw himself clicking directly on their heads, and that's all it takes to register a headshot w/ a hitscan weapon. This is why laggy snipers can sometimes kill you a half second after you already walked around the corner/out of their sight... because to them, you were still on their screen because of the lag, and they saw themselves shoot you in the head. That overrides everything else
>remember, switching to your pistol is alwaus faster than reloading
pretty sure thats a CoD quote, they said that in every campaign I think, atleast the first ones havent played the new ones.
He isnt just switching guns, look at his knife spinning through his hand, there was a glitch/trik to do that. People just figured it was cool to do
Man this brings back memories. I used to be a teen on the receiving end of one of these monsters.
Then I trained like crazy to learn how to do it myself. Went to game and did it. Then got kicked for it.
Was worth it. I still remember every corner of that map.
If you see yourself shoot someone in the head on your own screen, it counts. For hitscan, what the server demo recorder sees (that webm) and what other players see is irrelevant, because everything is adjusted for lag compensation.
>pretty sure thats a CoD quote
It's a mechanic in CS too or atleast it was, i think it was patched out of source.
Switching to pistol then back was quicker than the bolt cycling animation.
god-tier montage maker
Full Metal 3 is probably my favorite montage of all time, and I don't even play battlefield. The music alone is just so good
some boring ass moon game that also happens to have text-to-speech
aaaand i'm tapped out.
I'll sniff around my hard drive for a few more
Edit: I found some more, recommencing dump
Classic bot behaviour, i did botting too quake 2 engine had that problem... CS also had a problem with bots back in the day..... How do i know? People cannot possible predict lag delay 'cus is never the same, and here you can see clearly he does it more than once....
> "I'm a cheating faggot myself; trust me this is cheating!"
it's called a demo
Try and figure out what this post ( >>913706 ) actually means before you jump to ignorant conclusions.
Every person who was actually playing in that game (on both teams) never doubted that the headshots were legit because they were there and they actually understand how source demos work. They also all know that guy (and his sniping) personally from playing tournaments w/ him in Europe.
>FakkelBrigade frag vid:
t. former TF2 player
Fag, i meant it... Its a bot, when i used bots myself, the shoots happens just like that....
>Hurr durr im a former tf2 player nobody cheats he is the god of the game hurrr...
The demos are ok, i watched demos of q3 and q2 this never happend, the only demos i got with this kind of behaviour were the ones i was cheating on... Try the bots and you will basically identify other bots just like that...
This video is hilarious.
I have never seen an attempt at an inspirational video backfire in such a spectacular fashion.
The aftermath of it was amazing. He actually tried to claim that he was just pretending and then eventually he ended up being forced to stop making videos about gaming because his mom forced him to stop being a fucking useless NEET and get a degree.
baby-steps mate. Today its just concussion death of a single guy directly behind him, in a few years headphones will deafen everyone in the room while force-emulator kicks everyones teeth in with pressure
His mom got scared and said "you're moving with your auntie and uncle to Bel-Air"
He whistled for a cab and when it came near the license plate said "Fresh" and there were dice in the mirrior. He thought this cab was rare but he said "nah forget it. Yo holmes to Bel-Air!"
He pulled up to the house 'bout seven or eight and he yelled to the cabbie "Yo holmes, smell you later!"
He looked at his kingdom, he was finally there. To sit on his throne, as the Fresh NEET of Bel-Air.