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tactical realism

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tactical realism (uncountable)

  1. A style of gaming in first-person shooters (FPS), where realistic ("real-world") settings are simulated by the gaming engine (to the best of its ability) and players use authentic military tactics to accomplish goals in the game.
  2. The manner in which some gaming clans organize themselves. These clans adopt the rank, name and insignia of an actual combat unit past or present.