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Akirishin #1 Posted 06 June 2018 - 02:06 AM

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Akirishin’s builds/aircraft’s specifications: 0:30

Aircraft comparisons begin: 9:06

Agility/engine build combat begins: 16:47

Agility/accuracy build combat begins: 27:07

 

Greetings and salutations, this is Akirishin. I hope you enjoy this video as I talk you through my agility/engine and agility/accuracy builds and strategies for the Tier X Japanese Tachikawa Ki-162-III Fighter. Using my new aircraft comparison chart, I will also compare the Ki-162-111 to its Tier X fighter peers. You can also count on sample combat sorties for each of my Ki-162-111 builds.

 

 

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Reitousair #2 Posted 06 June 2018 - 07:42 AM

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Just want to say, it's not Ki-162-111, it's Ki-162-3, since III is the Roman numeral for '3.' And it's pronounced "Kee" not "Kai." /grammarnazidone

 

Still, nice bit of work on the video I'd say, and yeah the Ki-162-III is pretty... ehh... I mean it's still good but... it's just not anything special, like a lot of tier 10 planes, they all just sorta mesh together with advantages and disadvantages not nearly as noticeable in previous tiers. Personally I run a full tank build on my Ki-162-III, covering, self-sealing tanks, and protection expert (with other minor specializations to fill in what's left,) the main flaw of the line is cripplingly bad durability, sure the healthpool is small but it's more so all the fires and crits you'll suffer that kills you, so nearly nullifying the major flaw of the line makes their versatility go up by a very serious amount, which in turn makes them quite a fierce foe to face when you can't just make a pass and cripple them anymore. It's a secret not many people seem to know, since a Ki-94-II is usually quite easy prey for my JL-1A-37, just make a pass, set them ablaze and crit nearly everything on them, dash away, come back around, and then end their suffering.


I do fly Chinese aircraft a fair amount so... *ahem*

CHINA NUMBAH WAN

 


gerr22 #3 Posted 06 June 2018 - 02:00 PM

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so i will stop at the KI 94

 



nwlxn12 #4 Posted 06 June 2018 - 04:53 PM

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Ever since 2.0 I have tried to adjust the radar/map to zoom out using the plus and minus keys, but I never get mine to appear as yours does.  How did you get it the way you have it?

ClosedCoffin #5 Posted 06 June 2018 - 07:03 PM

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View Postnwlxn12, on 06 June 2018 - 04:53 PM, said:

Ever since 2.0 I have tried to adjust the radar/map to zoom out using the plus and minus keys, but I never get mine to appear as yours does.  How did you get it the way you have it?

 

'+' and '-' will adjust minimap size, '0' and '9' will zoom mini-map in and out.

Also I've noticed the higher screen resolution I use decreases the max mini-map size I see.



nwlxn12 #6 Posted 06 June 2018 - 10:21 PM

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View PostClosedCoffin, on 06 June 2018 - 01:03 PM, said:

 

'+' and '-' will adjust minimap size, '0' and '9' will zoom mini-map in and out.

Also I've noticed the higher screen resolution I use decreases the max mini-map size I see.

 

0 and 9 do not do anything for me and looking through the settings, I don't even see where you can zoom in or out on the radar, only see how to adjust the map size in the Navigation area using + or -

nwlxn12 #7 Posted 06 June 2018 - 10:36 PM

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Never mind, 0 and 9 on the number bar and not the number keypad.




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