During World War Two 100% of American production was dedicated to the war effort. At the height of American production it would take 30 days for a mineral extracted from the earth in Tennessee to enter on the factory floor as fully fabricated aluminium. American industry was so well delegated in design that a aircraft comprised of 54,000 parts could be fully assembled at the rate of one every hour. In the 60 years following the war American war machines have become ever more advanced in design and the rules they play on the battle field. A F-22 fighter takes any where from 6 months to a year to produce just one aircraft. Even at maximum production speed a F-22 fighter could be produced at one every 30 days. The question raised in today's episode is how would mass-production of a mobile suit be undertaken in order to wage a war with ever increasing demands.
The M65 Atomic Launcher was a portable weapon system that could fire a Nuclear warhead up to 3 miles. In similar fashion to the FATBOY launcher from Fallout 3 the weapon was devastating to anyone on the receiving end but the M65 was also deadly to those using it. Here is a brief discussion about the weapon.
[font='Lato Regular', Arial, Tahoma, sans-serif]A look at historical evens in human history that are similar to what might occur in a Zombie Apocalypse and the complete collapse of government and social interaction.[/font]
The Mongol Invasion of Japan in 1272 ended in failure. What if it hadn't and the Mongols successfully landed forces against the Samurai?
Shogun Total War Mongol Invasion is an expansion to Shogun total war. Where the first game leaves the player limited to the realm of semi realistic history; with the many Clans battling for domination during the civil war. Mongol Invasion takes the game beyond that and goes into the realm of what if. The game changes the events of history to allow for one of the most interesting events possible. The might of the Samurai is met with a force that surpasses their abilities on the field. The game in a way is Attempting to answer the great question that many have raised. Are the Samurai truly the best warriors? Mongol Invasion doesn't take sides in the argument and instead allows the player to decide this for themselves.