- 16/08/2014 at 23:09 #4728MikeKeymaster22/08/2014 at 10:19 #5447BlackhatParticipant
I’ve been playing – it is a fun game and once you realise it isn’t an arcade game there are a lot of subtle options to it.
My PC isn’t great but running the game on minimum settings with the render turned down I can get 22-25fps which is good enough to play.
Been playing a lot of British tanks – favourite is the AT2 which I managed a Radley-Walters medal in (8 kills) and I’m slowly learning how to play the Cromwell….
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http://www.www.blackhat.co.uk/22/08/2014 at 11:24 #5451Richard AnsellMember
I got back in to WoT recently. I find I prefer the tier IV-V games. Any higher and it tends to bog down into a sniping contest.
I love the Cromwell, that’s my tank of choice. The Churchill I is also good with a nice fast reload speed.
Working as a squad adds a lot to the game if you can get a group friends on voice.
Then I tried World of Warplanes… which lead to War Thunder! (similar to WoT/WoWp, but has more depth and also combines tanks and aircraft on one battlefield)
I’d better start a new thread for that so as not to derail this one23/08/2014 at 10:53 #5560BlackhatParticipant
Still learning how to play the Cromwell as it’s my first Medium tank – did quite well in the Covenanter and Crusader.
I have stopped at Tier VI as at that point you start entering Tier 8 games and I found you die really quickly if you make a mistake. My record with the AT8 has been appalling so far…
I looked at War Thunder but it doesn’t run that well on my PC so left it – WOT has the combination of quick game play and arcade style that gives a fun game.
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http://www.www.blackhat.co.uk/10/02/2016 at 21:03 #38088Sir BrutusParticipant
I play WoT, 18k games so far…
Favourite tier range is 2-5 though I do play some tier 6 & 7 machines. Anything higher than that and the anger levels from other players is too worrying as they seem to take it so seriously.11/02/2016 at 00:44 #38092irishserbParticipant
Yes, tend to favor tier 2-5 also. Been loving the Matilda of late. I’m not very good at it, but have fun all the same.11/02/2016 at 16:00 #38114ThuseldParticipant
I played for a period in the spring of 2013, but I took a job abroad and couldn’t take my gaming rig. I then returned and began training to be a teacher and never got back into it. Then my gaming rig broke and has yet to be fixed. This is a similar tale to the following games:
DayZ (Arma II mod)
I miss gaming. On my laptop I can just about handle the Age of Empires games and Galactic Civiliztions II. My timetable, however, cannot.26/03/2016 at 22:25 #39928Les HammondParticipant
If you’re running Windows 10 you can get World of Tanks Blitz which is the android version as far as I know.
This means no mods & “cheats”, unlike the PC version (which is why I quit it), to the detriment of my miniature painting! 🙁
6mm France 1940
https://www.facebook.com/groups/386297688467965/08/08/2016 at 19:38 #46093PatGParticipant
I put blitz on my tablet earlier in the year. Great game, poor simulation and a touch few too many numpties depending on the time of day.05/11/2016 at 17:14 #51901greg954Participant
I’ve been playing blitz since 2014. Haven’t played the PC version. Just don’t have time for it all.
Really good game, part of a great clan. But as Pat says, full of numpties. My user name on there is caeser2014. Spelled er not ar. If anyone plays blitz look me up for a platoon.
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