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12.08.2013 , 12:27 PM | #64
4: The targetting. Did you know that space is empty? Did you know there is absolutely no friction in space whatsoever? Do you know where I'm going with this? The laser bolts can't possible have a range of less than 5 kilometres in a frictionless environment. Not when a .50 calibre round out the end of a M98 Barrett is capable of travelling the same distance and still have room to kill, in the friction heavy environment of Earth. I must say that this is the most depressing oversight of all. I learnt that in my introduction to physics class in grade 6. Grow a brain stem to share between the lot of you at the least. Although after mass effect 3 I shouldn't be suprised. But heres some proof that you DID know this, and you were just too stupid to think of it again:

So I saw this and just thought about how stupid it is to compare an energy based weapon with a M98 round. Yes, space is empty and without friction. Therefore, if you fired a bullet, it would continue at its initial velocity forever or until it hit something. However, energy based weapons will lose energy the further out they go. It's not that the blaster just stops, like a bullet would in an atmosphere. I highly doubt you learned physics about a fictional weapon in space in 6th grade. Quit ************ and move on to a new game.

Also, more content will be released next year. If you weren't such a dick-wad, maybe using constructive, adult criticism would be more effective than acting like a child throwing a tantrum.