the hell... that was a flight simulator
I've seen a few videos like this before. The radio communication is all real, although usually the timing may be changed or audio cleaned up a little. Then for visuals they'll have a flight sim to show what roughly happened, and occasionally they'll have actual flight path data available to get a better picture. The alternative I've seen is where instead they just show text with the audio, which is less engaging I suppose.
I remember that.
Somehwat related, Tod's Workshop just did a relatively in-depth and accurate test on early plate armour against longbows.
Dang, that's really cool. Unnaturally straight and uniform waves are kind of creepy
I agree with him, Youtubers are idiots and it's annoying that people seem to take them at face value, I will see videos that have huge flaws in them and check the comments to see if people picked them up on it but not only do they often not pick this up but they praise the youtuber for it.
The people on Youtube are just people, on Youtube. They are not authorities in any way.
Some are better than others though and it depends on the subject I guess.>>979
While yes I do agree with him, I also agree that he comes across as unlikeable.
if it exists it can be speedrun
Youtubers call everything "a problem"
It's more clickbait because he puts forth the solution to the very problem which is being developed at the end of the video.
>>2469>Ah, Ultima Online is something I miss a lot.
Have you tried Mortal Online 2?
I heard of it, or maybe the first one, but didn't pay much attention to it. I stopped following MMORPGs for my own wellbeing, really.
Looking at the Steam reviews for it, it seems they recently consolidated servers into one shared server and are planning on moving to UE5 which seems like a chaotic time for everyone involved.
I found a cool twitch channel. https://twitch.tv/SpeedrunHypeTV
As far as I'm aware it runs 24/7 and just does TAS speedrun videos of various older games. A TAS is a "tool assisted speedrun" in which people use savestates and probably slow motion to make the perfect possible run. There's no commentary, just game after game. It's pretty interesting second monitor material for sure.