There were (at least) two versions of the 80's David Lynch Dune movie, but both had use of the shields with that effect.
Perhaps you saw the SciFi...
So long as one suit is like this:
(...and has lasers).
Heh....I see whatcha' did there! :eek:
None taken...quotes around ""critical"" and all...also the "might employ completely different technology or science" part too. In 2077 a "reactor"...
Yepper. While nuclear reactors of the future might employ safer power generation techniques, it's also possible that they'd favor efficiency over...
Something along the same lines which would add some flavor to damage would be for certain components to have a chance to explode once they've...
Targeting Reticle. That's what they used to call me. On the streets.
What?....eleven old guys shaking our fists at each-other is a meltdown?
Not a lot of sympathy for a nation that did this https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nanjing_Massacre in just one city.
That nation is of course gone....
Perhaps as much as 1000x.
I've never understood why it wasn't already done this way.
It was always great fun to throw the ball at that big dopey kid....until he caught the ball....then everyone fled in terror.
"Reactors going critical!" is a pretty common theme in the scifi world. Allow them to function at up to 175% output, but build an Overload...
It's been a while since I've fired up SE, but the energy weapons were...well....a bit lacking. Some didn't work, some had no auto-targeting, many...
"Doomsday Machine". The very best episode of all Star Treks (honorable mention for Enterprise "In a Mirror, Darkly").
I once had a goal to...
...don't you mean phaser array?
I still carry the torch for the game having new antagonists to provide survival menace...particularly aggressive fauna to make planets (and...
IMPORTANT: Male crew, please mind the self-closing mechanical iris toilet lid.*
*Created by Dr. Ophelia Bobbit in 2064, the iris toilet seat was...
Hmm? I've always thought of you as acute...
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