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Rogue Republic is an innovative RTS project developed by a team of independent enthusiasts aimed to bring you a realistic yet intense C&C Generals-styled game you always dreamed about. Do not like C&C F2P for some reasons? Track Rogue Republic! The game will be released in episodes, with each episode bringing you a new campaign of the overall story arc ranging from Russian-Georgian conflict, hypothetical Turkish-Ukrainian war in the near future, WW3 and its falloutic aftermath.

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Nuttah Jul 12 2013, 4:44am says:

Closest I can think of is Dune2K. And that's only because of the gun mounts. Help?
Also, unless the the part underneath the gun is actually a belt and not part of the mounting, the guns really remind me of a box fed light AA gun.
Essentially, this: Youtube.com
Though, it might just be me playing WWII games again lately.

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56er Jul 12 2013, 8:03am says:

Well, you better get back to the drawing board with this. Maybe do a heavy version like the original concept and a more light one, with one dual gun on top and a lighter raider buggy (like in original C&C) chasis.

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MasterofMetal Jul 12 2013, 8:13am says:

The front wheel seems fixed. How will it move?

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Ilves Jul 12 2013, 1:05pm replied:

it is NOT fixed, it just looks so, we guarantee ^^

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jfpoliveira12 Jul 12 2013, 8:37am says:

Could look a bit less WW2 but its awsome, glad somebody remembers the trikes from Dune games.
On a side note: Will the Intermarum side fully look WW1-2ish or will it have some more modern of futuristic weaponsistems? I do like the WW2 look mind you, and the propeller attack plane is awsome, but perhaps it will be weird if Intermarum looks a bit like a dinossaur compared to the other sides. Goo luck with the project though.

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AmDDRed Jul 12 2013, 9:02am says:

I think, there's a reason, why no army uses 3-wheeled transport...

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Nuttah Jul 12 2013, 12:13pm replied:

Would the BMW R75 and especially, the Zündapp KS 750 count?
They seemed to have been used in droves during the second world war, though none using that much armour.
Yes, they might have issues with stability and they won't last long no matter what kind of advanced composites you slap on them but holy ******* hell are they probably gonna get in all the wrong places at all the wrong times.
And depending on what they're actually packing, it might even hurt.

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Ilves Jul 12 2013, 1:04pm replied: +2 votes     reply to comment
Nuttah Jul 12 2013, 1:49pm replied:

Oookay, I take that back.
Though, you have to admit, it doesn't seem that those were all that common.

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AmDDRed Jul 14 2013, 10:00am replied:

These are motocycles of WW2. Or even WW1...

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Nuttah Jul 15 2013, 2:14am replied:


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Ilves Jul 15 2013, 7:45am replied:

so wut? And ours is a combat cycle of near future :P

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5thHorseman Jul 15 2013, 9:58am replied:

An excellent point above.

A light recon unit, using some cheap but reliable stabilizing tech.
On a side-note

Ah, Dune ... the grandfather of all modern RTS games.

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SliderFF Jul 12 2013, 12:16pm says:

очень интересно

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burstisaac Jul 17 2013, 6:42pm says:

is it this Channelweb.co.uk

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I guess many of you will recognize the design which was made to be both original and in the same time paying homage.

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