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Published on Aug 20, 2013
If you're a third-person Arma/DayZ gamer, have a watch! I don't think I'll change many minds with this, but I'd at least like to illustrate the differences between them, as well as why I personally gravitate towards first-person exclusively. For those wanting a simple way to demonstrate this through a single picture, take a look at this: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/2...
Q: What server am I playing Arma games on, who are these people, and can you join? A: It's the private server for my community, Shack Tactical. As of 2014 we've been around for eight years, and I wouldn't trade it for anything - we have a fantastic memberbase and it makes for amazing gameplay in Arma and elsewhere. You can read more about us here: http://www.shacktac.com
Q: Does ShackTac play mostly coop or mostly PvP/adversarial in Arma? A: We do a mix of about 70% adversarial and 30% coop - both offer unique experiences and are a blast to play.
Q: How long have you been playing the Arma series? A: I've been here from the start, with my Operation Flashpoint experience beginning with the demo's release in 2001. I went into the US Marine Corps shortly after (no relation!) and in 2004 I started playing OFP in multiplayer. 2006 saw me found ShackTac, which started in OFP and then transitioned through Arma 1, Arma 2, and finally, Arma 3. I hope to continue this for a long time into the future, as well as share the ride with viewers like you, as corny as that sounds!
Q: I have a question about your channel or content that I haven't seen answered elsewhere - what's the best way to ask it? A: I maintain a blog where I've answered hundreds of different questions relating to ShackTac, Arma, etc - you can find that here: http://blog.dslyecxi.com I also answer questions in my comments routinely, as I enjoy that aspect of things. If I don't answer, please don't take it personally - there's a lot going on and I can't always get to everything. My channel followers do a good job of answering the more common questions, too, and I thank them for that!