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About sixb0nes

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  1. Agree on all counts. Thank you for your support John!
  2. For me it's the long range armour engagements. Watching the shell travel and impact (.. or more often, miss) the armour from large expanses of terrain makes me giggle each time.
  3. I agree with Des, I wouldn't clump Soldiers in with this game. Sure it is amazing (individual unit control was pure bliss), but it simply isn't the same style of gameplay. If you love co-op play with your buddies though, you will have an absolute blast with it.
  4. That's cool. For those who confirmed, do they seek it out on their own, or only if they pass over fallen soldiers?
  5. Squad Assault, maybe? [commercial link removed] Edit: Whoops! posted at the same time as the poster above. Hey, it has some UI issues, but it was still fun after you invest some time into it. [ May 09, 2007, 06:47 AM: Message edited by: Moon ]
  6. Thanks for the news Moon! I'm surprised it's going to be out so early. Kudos to all involved.
  7. Shouldn't optics be included in this whole discussion? Let's not forget the tanks aren't "seeing" the field the same way you are. With simulated optics, most of the discussion here is moot, no? Taking my experience from WWIIOL, using my gunner's optics, I can see through many layers of trees and shrubbery. Without, I'd see what everyone is talking about here - not much!
  8. I would make two changes to the camera: 1) Remove the mousewheel as a means to change your height, 2) Allow the pitch of the camera to control the height (e.g., if you are looking at a 45o angle, the camera should move forward AND up or down respectively, not stay at the same height). Loving the game, and I've gotten used to the camera .. just my 2 cents.
  9. Can anyone give me the exact file size on the setup executable? (right-click/properties/size) My install seems to be borked, want to know before I redownload. Thanks.
  10. Anyone want to check properties on the setup executable to confirm size before install? Size: 1.78 GB (1,912,698,679 bytes) Size on disk: 1.78 GB (1,912,700,928 bytes) Thanks!
  11. Great screens man! Looks like you set yourself up for a massacre though =)
  12. Well 1.5k is a pretty small footprint! I was not asking if I could uninstall it completely, rather, if I could "unload" or disable the service when not needed. Cheers Moon, thanks for the hard work getting the demo out.
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