So before I get started, my apologies for the delay in my release of the next part of my ongoing series about tanks and games. Rest assured, it will be released by this Wednesday! To tide you over, I”ll provide you with something from a different angle of observation, opinion, and critique. THIS IS A […]Read More Mister Tretiak Presents: SPECTRE – A Ghost of What it Could Have Been
In the next part of my series on games and how they don’t always (or sometimes outright ignore) how AFVs actually operate, we’ll be covering how games don’t really cover how a tank crew keeps stock of their surroundings. While I figure it’s usually safe to assume people are aware of this, I’ll just touch […]Read More How Games Misrepresent Tanks: Visibility and Situational Awareness
Still gathering research, but I hope to have it out by next week! Sorry for the delay. I think, however, the next article will be significantly better for the more time I’ll be spending on writing and research it.Read More No article today!
How Games Misrepresent Tanks – Part 1: Logistics As gamers, while operating tanks or other armored vehicles, we tend to exist in a little bubble. Depending on the game, depends on the size of this bubble, but they are all pretty limited. Aside from the virtual simulation of being physically separated from the external environment […]Read More How Games Misrepresent Tanks: Logistics
This is… actually pretty impressive. Not strictly accurate, but not horribly out of whack, either. And it’s Legos! With tanks! What’s not to love? Apparently, there’s a whole series by this guy. You should certainly take a look at his channel!Read More Lego World War II
Hello and welcome! This is my new series of Articles, that I’ll be releasing on average, twice a month. In it, I will be touching on how games can misrepresent tanks in comparison to reality. Each article in the series will detail a particular area regarding tanks and tank combat that isn’t clearly demonstrated in […]Read More How Games Misrepresent Tanks: Introduction
All alliteration set aside, here’s a link to a charming little tale (tail) about this true event: The Daily Mail BBC Not my usual material to write about, but I was sufficiently amused to provide my perniciously planned title.Read More Peruvian Police Pander to Panicked Pacific Penguin, Providing Pail of Puny Pescados, Pleasing Public.