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Men of War New World War II strategy game

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Old 09-16-2009, 08:11 AM
Garrysjtu Garrysjtu is offline
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Default A suggestion about the japan forces

First, I should say I have played the game for a month and I really like it very much ,so I want it to become better.
I am familiared with the weapons of Japan forces in world war 2.Their fire power is weak so they were heavily beaten by the American forces on the island of pacific ocean.But one thing cannot be ignored that they got a special grenade launcher like light mortar which aslo did a lot of casualties to the Americans. (we can see it in the film "Windtalkers")Japan forces were equipped with a large amount of this weapons,but this weapon is not showed in the game.I really think it is a pity.I hope it could be added to the japan forces in the patches later.

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Old 09-16-2009, 12:44 PM
Korsakov829 Korsakov829 is offline
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I remember common soldiers having a handheld personal mortar.
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Old 09-18-2009, 01:46 PM
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I like the japs, they have a lot of 75/90 mm tanks. Ok paper thin but enough power to fight in low and med tiers. Not good for late slugout with the rest, especialy german/urss.
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