Month: March 2019
Being far superior to conventional explosives when it comes to destructive power it yields, this nuke is definitely the most controversial item in terms of damage and fallout after effects. Since it is available both for the United States and the Soviet forces, the nuclear missile can be used by players to cause a great deal of devastation to the opposing faction. With a name that hints directly to the nuclear bomb used by the Americans in the Second World War, the Fat Man is a tactical nuclear catapult that can be found in Fallout 3. This mini nuke projectile is extremely heavy, and can be used to fire straight ahead, its ammunition travelling only a short distance before falling to the ground and detonating. The blast zone it causes will disperse radiation of up to eight rads per second for a short period of time after the explosion. The Fat Man is able to fire about 167 mini nukes before breaking down. The nuclear missile from Rise of Nations can be built once the player has reached the modern age, and it requires a missile silo to be developed.
This vicious weapon is able to cause immense amounts of impairment, but it has quite a small blast radius. The nuclear ICBM being its upgraded version that has an increased effect over a larger area. Once a nuclear missile was fired, an Armageddon timer is triggered, its number decreasing each time a player launches another missile. When it hits zero, the game ends for everyone, due to nuclear doomsday. The TAC gun can be modified into the more damaging TAC cannon, that once attached to a tank, it becomes virtually the most potent weapon in the game. It is very efficient against enemies’ bases, and it can annihilate several tanks in its radius of about two hundred metres. In addition to this, the TAC cannon can be fired at a relatively close range since it is highly resilient to the blast that results from its explosion. It can only hold two projectiles, but it does horrific amounts of destruction if it’s wielded by experienced players. Some of the best ways you can use the in-game tactical aid points is to purchase all sorts of powerful weapons, and military-grade tactics, such as airborne reinforcements, napalm strikes and artillery barrages.
But the ultimate investment one could make is definitely the nuclear warhead that can be dropped on the enemies’ territories to create some of the most spectacular and damaging mushroom clouds ever seen in gaming history. Together with the screeching sound effects, and the white flashes from the explosion, this is one of those chilling experiences you’ll never forget. This was our list showcasing some great games that let you use nuclear weaponry and we hope you’ve enjoyed our video. If you did, please press that “like” button as we do appreciate it, and it helps us immensely. We often ask our audience for suggestions to compile these lists and if you’d like to contribute please follow Frag Hero on Facebook. If you know of other good nuking games, please let us know in the comments below because we do try to read pretty much everything. Now would be a great time to encourage you to subscribe, because we upload new stuff all of the time so subscribing will keep you up-to-date with all of our latest videos. You can also check out Frag Hero dot com for more gaming related articles, but until next time, thanks for watching and have a great day!
Unleashing one of the most devastating effects over a large area of land Nuclear weapons have always been a thing of both wonder and terror Their immense power fascinated gamers so much that they immediately wanted to get their hands on games that would allow them to use these weapons to blow their enemies sky high and since the appetite for destruction is so great we’re going to be listing our ten most horrifying games that let you nuke the world in some of the most spectacular ways imaginable In Twisted Metal 4, the playable character Calypso was dethroned by his rival, Needles Kane. And thus he became a contestant in the insane races the game features Once taking control of him, the players are able to drive his iconic Soviet missile launcher truck that is painfully destructive, and, of course, EXTREMELY deadly to the other players.
The special ability of this vehicle is to launch a nuclear missile that has to be detonated near the opponents to reach its maximum potential. Nuclear power is a technology that allows the players to build a nuclear plant and ultimately wage war on their enemies with the help of nuclear weapons. For example, in Civilization 5, the nuclear warhead is an innovative weapon that can be developed in the information era. It is delivered through a guided missile, and it must be stationed in any of the cities you own or aboard a nuclear submarine. Having a range of 12, a nuclear missile will severely damage the opponents’ towns and destroy all units within a blast radius of two tiles. The nuclear missile, or, in short, the nuke, is the Terran weapon of mass destruction that can be fired from a starship, a vehicle, or a structure. In the modern version, the nukes are laser-guided and deployed by the ghost unit. These missiles can be built in the nuclear silo, or at the ghost academy in StarCraft II, these structures only being capable of holding just one warhead at a time.
The total damage made by two of these highly destructive weapons is enough to destroy almost everything in their path. In Supreme Commander, the player is able to use the strategic missile launchers to target any part of the map, and unleash mayhem on their opponents. Even though the explosion of such a strategic missile is extremely invasive and powerful it doesn’t necessarily decimate every unit that is situated in the affected area. After a player succeeds in deploying a nuclear missile, the other players will hear the warning: “strategic launch detected.” A series of nuclear weapons detonated through a variety of methods are used to cause a great deal of damage to targeted planets. These means of waging war on enemies are collectively known under the name of Exterminatus and they usually result in the massive execution of the population that inhabits the planet they are sent to. In order to create an effective destructive firestorm these nuclear weapons must be properly arranged in orbit. As with other titles on this list, the nuclear missile is the weapon of choice in Red Alert 2 as well.
We’ve said it before and we’re going to say it again, video games help your brain! So excuse me while I go play whichever first person shooter won’t get me made fun of in the comments. 20 years ago, THE MAN blamed video games for violent behavior and legislation was debated banning violent games from sale; but today, a new study in Policy Insights from the Behavioral and Brain Sciences, claims video game players are getting more than the privilege of listening to Peter Dinklage’s sultry tones. Action games do seem to provide some kind of brain benefit. A study earlier in 2015 by the Max-Planck Institute of Oncasinogames Canada scanned players of three-dimensional games and found increased brain development in the prefrontal cortex, right hippocampus and cerebellum; areas involved with complex cognitive tasks, navigation, fine motor control, and spatial memory!
And, a study from the University of Geneva found individuals who play “action video games” were markedly better at switching their attention from one part of the screen to another while remaining vigilant to the environment as a whole; meaning they’re processing visual information more quickly than non-gamers. Players know that during modern gaming, they’re required to follow video and audio streams, as well as haptics (or vibration and touch-based feedback). Sometimes two or three different streams might hit your senses at the same time. For example, if you’re chatting with other players while reading or listening to the game itself. Plus, especially in action games, players are required to navigate three-dimensional complicated arenas, solve puzzles, and often interact with both real and pre-programmed players. This trains our brains to suck in lots of information and process it quickly… which makes our brains “Better” sort of. Depends how you look at it. Whether these skills translate off the grid and into meatspace is a whole other thing, and it would seem, on some level, they do. The brain isn’t trained by repetition in the same way muscles are toned, but in combination it can be useful. The military uses video game-style simulations all the time for training, finding they can expose servicemembers to complicated or dangerous situations that wouldn’t be practical in real life. Then the warrior takes the skills learned and can use them as a baseline for real life training.
Video games are also used for flight students, potential astronauts, medical students and surgeons. We shouldn’t overlook going through the motions in a virtual world, paired with real-life practice. Games aren’t perfect though. They can negatively impact social skills, attention and a study in Psychological Science, found playing as a quote “villainous avatar” resulted in the participants punishing anonymous strangers in real life. This is more a correlation than causation thing. People pick the video games that interest them, and can often choose their own avatars then control that character’s behavior. The researchers in the “action game study” want to remind the world, it’s a matter of degrees. Video games aren’t just one thing, but LOTS of different things. A flight simulator, is not a first person shooter, is not a real-time strategy, is not a puzzle game, is not a brain training game; and they all affect cognitive behaviors. Video games require the brain to actively learn, almost a half-way between book-learning, and hands-on activity If you’re interested in learning more about the worst video games ever made.