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Though I'm interested on account of the in-game fighting being done more or less around the corner, I'm worried about the "shooting at/getting killed by pixels" that also made more realistic mods for BF1942/BF2 difficult to play after a while and the maps potentially being too big.

40 vs. 40 sounds nice, except when you think about how about two regiments/brigades would be doing the fighting on the in-game maps.

Why they would invest so much in realism, yet include British armour north of/near the Rhine is also a bit beyond me.

I might give it a go after some additional bugs have been ironed out, as even though houses are empty shells by the looks of it, fighting in a 1944 rendition of my hometown could be too tempting.
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My understanding is that GMG is totally legit. Iíve certainly never had any issue with them.

The one drawback I guess is that unless a game is bought through steam directly, you canít take advantage of the 2 hour refund policy.
Thank

I'm off for a couple of weeks - so I'll see what the buzz is when I get back.
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My understanding is that GMG is totally legit. Iíve certainly never had any issue with them.

The one drawback I guess is that unless a game is bought through steam directly, you canít take advantage of the 2 hour refund policy.
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30% off at GMG...Just over $20.
Question is - and whilst it's a wee dig at 1C it is a serious question - is GMG legit and, more importantly, sanctioned by the devs of Post Scriptum? How do I know GMG isn't selling "grey licenses" as Kinguin were accused of.

All I saw at Kinguin was a game at £0% off or whatever saving I was making. Not unlike this GMG offer.

So just a question really. Are GMG legit or providing grey licensing?
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Seeing a few negative reviews on STEAM that claims the AI shoots through several walls and hits your characters.
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Computer Wargaming / Re: Warlock 2 Steam Sale
« Last post by Andy ONeill on Today at 01:22:54 AM »
I recently bought warlock 2.

It's a good game.
Reminiscent of MoM.
If it's new to you.
Be aware:

Documentation is very sparse.
If you like it. you will probably want that dlc because you'll want all the add ons that allow you to use the renaissance mod.
There are some annoying bugs still in the game. Some are pretty shameful. I get the impression the devs have moved on.

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Computer Wargaming / Re: Military Operations: Benchmark released
« Last post by Iconoclast on Yesterday at 09:17:11 PM »
Very interesting.

Would you mind giving us an overview of what types of orders you are planning to implement, to modify the AIs behaviour? I.e. Movement to Contact versus deliberate attack, hasty attack etc.

Also, are you planning on allowing players to choose the formation? It seemed in the benchmark that units move in an unspecified formation?

Best Regards,

A
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Computer Wargaming / Re: Total War: Rome II THE RISE OF ROME dlc
« Last post by Gusington on Yesterday at 08:51:28 PM »
^And that.
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Computer Wargaming / Re: Total War: Rome II THE RISE OF ROME dlc
« Last post by Sir Slash on Yesterday at 08:40:57 PM »
And smarter too. Instead of cutting off an ear to impress his Lady, he just cropped it.  :bd:
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Computer Wargaming / Re: Post Scriptum - Operation Market Garden Shooter
« Last post by MC on Yesterday at 07:29:41 PM »
When I see "Post Scriptum" I hear "Pissed Scrotum" - just needed to share that

Would it be more like "Post Scrotum - Eunuch Simulator"?    ...... or not.  :hide:
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