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Usually in movies or games or tv shows, especially science fiction related, there's a lot of cool gadgets that you want to have for yourself because they're so cool. Like the lightsaber or Gundam. But there are gadgets that are not at all cool. Instead they're impractical and can only cause problems. What do you think is the most useless gadget/invention in fiction? For fiction, I have to pick invisible cars. Normal invisible cars that is, not the ones that can fly like in Back to the Future. Sure it's pretty cool to have a car that's invisible, but there's so many problems if it is real. 1) if you use it on a road, especially if it's traffic heavy, say goodbye to your car since you will have to crash cars on the road eventually. 2) you can't park it anywhere unless it's a well hidden unpopulated area where you can be sure no one will go and accidentally hit the car. 3) if it is stolen, you won't know where to find it. Most of the problem can somewhat be reduced if you have a tracker that can track your car, or a goggle that can let you see where the car is, or an off switch to turn the car invisible, or if you can make the car go through solid objects, but if it's just a car that's invisible without any of those features, it's pretty useless. For gadgets in real life, there's a whole bunch of them. Like these: Head mounted toilet paper dispenser Wind powered clothes drier "Incognito" shoes And finally The CTRL ALT DELETE wand Whoever came up with these inventions, excellent work. You actually made me laugh really loudly.
You one of the many people who has gotten Battlefield 4 as their first Battlefield game? You enter an online match and don't know what to do other than to shoot people? You're being the enemy team's punching bag every time? I know that many of you may already know most or all of what I'm going to say, but in case you've forgotten something, didn't know a specific feature or stratergy, or are a total noob at the game (being a noob to the game only applies for people who have bought it for the first time, not for experienced players) I'm going to give you a few tips that can help you advance and create your battle plan for when you go out and fight with your friends or with people you don't know. 1. Get to know your environment: You have grenades, rocket launchers, grenade launchers, guns, gadgets, gizmos, and vehicles to play around with. Unfamiliar with a map? Experiment with it! Blow up walls, tear down trees, jump into the water or make buildings collapse. Learn how the map works, try to find hiding places where you can hide and heal your wounds (or regenerate your health in this case) or use as a sniping place Try to make the map work in your favor or in favor of your team. 2. Memorize the map from the inside out: Play on game modes where the maps are huge. Know where vehicles (other than the ones of your team) spawn. For example: in the map Zavod 311 in the Conquest game mode the M142 mobile artillery spawns in the left building. This is from the Russian team's perspective, from American team's perspective, it would spawn in the right building. And know the location of extra weapons (other than the ones you spawn with) are so you can have an upper edge if you run out of ammo. That way you know the map even if you play in Rush or a game mode that the map is much smaller. 3. Get rid of the unnecessary stuff: Airspace is obstructed because of the radio telescope of Rogue Transmission? The tower in Siege of Shanghai is being used as a sniping point by the enemy team? THEN BRING IT DOWN TO THE GROUND!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! YOU ARE NOT PLAYING CALL OF DUTY WHERE NONE OF THE BUILDINGS CAN BE DESTROYED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! THIS IS BATTLEFIELD 4 PEOPLE!!!!!!!!!!!!! A GAME MADE FOR PEOPLE WHO LOVE MULTIPLAYER CHAOS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Try to get rid of unnecessary structures that stand between you, your squad and your team, and victory. Same principle applies to commanders in Commander Mode. ESPECIALLY THEM since they have a bigger view of the battle field and can use cruise missiles. 4. Try to find extra ways to use your gadgets: Your gadgets and gizmos have extra uses than the ones they are meant for. The defibrillator, for example, is the only gadgets with enough electricity to revive and kill a person. How do I know this? Well one day playing Obliteration in Operation Locker (personally I hate that map. it has way too many camping spots) I was helping my team get the bomb through when all of the sudden I get killed by a dude that was using a defibrillator. Pretty neat eh? Well let me tell you more. The repair tool can also be used as a murder weapons. I was sniping on top of a building in Dawnbreaker and an enemy engineer repaired me to death XD. Also, for those who have the SUAV for the recon class you can also use it as a kamikaze RC plane. If you're saying that I'm talking nonsense well let me tell you a little story. One day I was playing in the test range with my SUAV and I asked myself how could I retreive it. I thought why not ram into my character to see if he catches it. Pretty bright idea right? Well it turns out that i ended up slamming the RC into the floor and killing myself while I was at it. 5. Counter knifing: You mad because people are counter knifing you and you don't know how to do it? The majority of you already know it but for those who don't when the enemy attacks you from the front (this only applies to PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, and Xbox one users) press the right stick and when the enemy still hasn't knifed you and your character will perform a counter knife. Doesn't work if the enemy knife's you from any other angle. 6. Use the right tool for the right job: If you're in a close quarters map, don't use a sniper with a medium or long range scope. Use it with a short range sight or with the iron sights. 7. Always keep a lookout on the bomb in 3D view (only for Commander mode in the Obliteration game mode): 3D view gives you a much bigger advantage over the battle field in Commander mode. it allows you to see what is actually going on so you can support your team. 8. Extra uses for the grenade launcher: Ever been in a match where your team is being pounded by an enemy helicopter and you don't have a anti-air launcher with you? Well if you are using the Assault kit or the Support kit USE THE GRENADE LAUNCHERS!!! If we go back to the Baku mission in the campaign Recker (in this case the player) is given a grenade launcher to shoot down an enemy attack helicopter. This principle is true for all the other campaign missions and multiplayer. Whether it's the XM25 Airburst of the Support kit or the M320 HE of the Assault kit they still work perfectly for shooting down helicopters. If tyou manage to shoot down a jet with a grenade launcher please let me know XD Well that's right about it for now. If I find more information I'll be posting another topic with more tips & tricks. Have a nice day Color coding for future posts: As you may have noticed there are sentences and phrases. That highlighted material has importance. 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