The AK in real-life (again!), a really dark machinima, the greatest grenade kill of all time, and more.
13 September 2016
I'm well aware of Maxim Klyuch's weapon making skills, having covered his incredible work on many occasions. I'm slightly surprised it took him this long to take on the AK47, which is probably Rust's most iconic weapon, but I'm not surprised he made it capable of firing. At least it's only pellets, and he's only shooting at balloons.
I'm amused that he presents these vids as 'How To...'. I can't even put together an Ikea shelf without crying and calling my dad.
Ah, Swemba. He doesn't put out content every week, he doesn't do skits, and he doesn't truck in controversy (as far as I can tell). He just makes swooping videos of Rust that makes the world a better place. This is the third in his Bases of Rust series, where he floats through dead, abandoned bases like a ghost. Or as he puts it:
Every wipe Rust players spend hours building new bases and compounds. Within a week for some players they become abandoned. This is an attempt to document some of those structures during a single wipe on the Rusty Moose US vanilla server.
Take a look, then look at his other vids. They're all really good.
As usual, it was filmed on the Rusty Moose server. I have nothing but nice things to say about those guys.
I really shouldn't encourage golden gulletted Shadowfrax with his Concept Limbo series. He's making us look bad, and that's something Garry encourages us to do all by ourselves. However, I also do these updates because I do want to encourage people, so here we are at his tenth video that looks at our concept art and tests and wonders where the hell they've gone? The answer, as always, is that... look, a squirrel!
This is partly here because the intro is so good. The rest is ace, but that first camera shot grabbed me by shirt frills.
Think you're working on something awesome? Tell me all about it. Now's the time to share your base designs, or get into the growing Raid Cam business, or show off a game-mode from your server, or if your server has an interesting theme.
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