What does a cell about to undergo mitosis say to the scientist?
"I hope I have your undivided attention."
TF2 just happens to be the most familiar example.
It's *not* exactly always TF2 you know.
Ever played an RPG, made a build around using a certain type of weapon but find out that the setting pretty much only use that one other type?
Yeah, that. Also how many points you need to spend on certain skills unless you want to waste them.
Why would you spend 130 points on lockpick when the highest lock in the game is only goes to 120?
But nooooo, you'd need to know the highest lock in the game only goes to 120 in the first place to not waste points like that.
That sort of stuff.
I'LL TELL YOU A SMALL THING THAT INFURIATES ME.
A 145cm (That would be 4'8" I think) TALL 40kg (90lbs or so) TWENTY SEVEN YEARS OLD BLONDE GERMAN GIRL LIVING IN PHILIPPINES.
Rather than ARMA it's more of one of those Murder mode on Gmod.
Basically someone on the space station is a traitor and everyone HAS to roleplay and NOT BREAK CHARACTER OR THE FOURTH WALL and try to do the job they've applied on the station for, and as the traitor do whatever objective they get on top of that.
Anyway after doing whatever you're supposed to, you need to call a shuttle. How do you do that?
Cause emergency situation that forces the station to be evacuated of course! That or I'm sure there's a thing that the Captain gets to override the shuttle call console.
Oh there's also other modes where the traitor is a shapeshifting alien disguising as the clown or one with xenomorphs caressing people as if they are the queen's very own dutch husbands.
TOO BAD THERE'S NO SERVER OUT HERE IN ASIA.
Prepare yourselves, brothers. Soon it will be time to purge the xeno filth!
For anyone unfamiliar with the Dawn of War franchise, it's a RTS series based in the Warhammer 40,000 sci-fi universe. WH40k stands apart from other sci-fi settings in that it takes fantasy tropes (orcs, elves, warlocks, etc.) and puts them in a dark futuristic feudal setting where the Imperium of Man is beset on all sides by heretics and alien invaders.
Based on the screenshot I saw, it looks like DoW 3 will be returning to DoW 1's masses of units rather than DoW 2's champion-centric gameplay. The aesthetic looks surprisingly clean and bright compared to older titles... looks nice, but it could certainly use more blood, body bits, craters, and scorch marks.
For comparison, screenshots from the previous DoWs:
Dawn of War 1 (Dark Crusade expansion)
Dawn of War 2 (Retribution expansion)
The factions at release will be the Space Marines (Blood Ravens chapter, of course), Orks, and the Eldar. TBH I'm surprised by a lack of Chaos Marines at release, but I assume they and other factions will be released as DLC or expansions down the road.