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January 17, 2012
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  • Cidemarap

    New tap fire nerf?

    April 25, 2013 by Cidemarap

    Some of you might have heard about that new patch in KAVA. You can check it out at Snowshovel's channel. Apparently, REDDUCK has decided that the best way to counter Macro users is to make it so that tap firing has increased spread, but that already raises some questions. First off, giving tap fire increased spread makes a majority of the high damage rifles near useless if they are not modded for bursting. They are basically killing all of the weapons that require skill. The Kel-Tec, SA58 PARA and M14EBR. Those three weapons were amazing when mastered. Now the new patch makes it so that tapping really fast increases the bloom to levels that rival full auto. People who have tapping speeds of 7 or more will find that tapping is now useless. …

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    The M249 Red tiger has been released and dayum does that spell maximum capacity. 100 rounds in the initial clip is pretty much awesome. Use extra primary ammo and that thing can mow down people in annhililation by prefiring 24/7. I think it's an awesome weapon, but because it is a LMG it is only good for supporting roles, just like how the MG4KE was. Using it in Co-op missions and infection mode is just brutal. The High power it provides, the amazing crouch fire, great range and ammo capacity makes this weapon a beast. Now that the M249 has been released, there are two LMGs so would you people use this gun regularily because of its efficiency in CO-OP?

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    The AVA community is dominated high powered rifles, and low recoil rifles. Now, these two types weapons can be found inside the riflemen class, which is the most versatile class. Both of these types are the polar opposites of each other. The high powered is any rifle that has the stat damage exceed 40, while the low recoil must have stability exceeding 55. Now these two cut off requirements are what I use to classify the weapons, so my opinions will differ from yours. A general overview these two weapons is the high powered rifles come with very high damage and penetration, due to the larger caliber used, longer barrel, or better rifling, but come with the cost of high recoil. Low recoil weapons are generally more easier to manage due to t…

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    Crazy as hell. Ever since the M4MKIII was nerfed, I have been seeing more XM8 and Noobington (B)R4s running around games. I have nothing against XM8(Though the firing sound of the R4 is annoying), I just find it sad that they already switch preferences based on practicality and effectiveness. The M4MKIII was a champion because of it's low recoil, great accuracy, reasonable Rpm and versatility, but with the nerf, it's not as popular. The veterans still use it for old times sake, or because it's their favorite, but the scrubs and tryhards go buy the next best thing. BR4 and XM(H)8(ers). So my point is that players are getting way too competetive. They are abandoning the gool ol classics for guns that have overrated performance. It's like tha…

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    Feh, looks like there are more laggers than last year, and people lag killing many of the time. Lag killing takes really no skill, and worse is that there are hackers in PVP, Macro users or Aimbots. The most of the community isn't relying on skill anymore, rather it's relying on game defying tricks or physics.

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