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  1. I'm 32 and I feel like the youngest one here where in regular gaming circles I am an old man. You can do all your "old man wisdom" crap, but honestly, this is about gaming and trying to educate people on new features that people actually like, because honestly you'd still be playing with 8bit hexes. This is too stressful, I have Mulitple Sclerosis and stress makes my symptoms worse so just **** it. This isn't worth my time. I just posted an idea and all I got was hostile obnoxious responses.
  2. If you want a test, use this test: I call it the Arthur Jensen test. It goes like this... You are an old man who thinks in terms of nations and peoples. There are no nations. There are no peoples. There are no Russians. There are no Arabs. There are no third worlds. There is no West. There is only one holistic system of systems, one vast and immane, interwoven, interacting, multivariate, multinational dominion of dollars. If you're an old man that thinks in terms of gaming features from the early 2000s and 1990s and refuse to innovate, then congrats, I just showed you the face of God. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NKkRDMil0bw
  3. It would be used more than 5 times. Do you know how many people spectate DOTA-like? Or the latest games like Besiege and others on Steam that are pretty much legos and you place them and watch what happens? Before all the negative comments came to shoo and scare away the people who mentioned this feature, there was support. I know this is an old community that hates thinking of modern and new things; it's grognards. It's like convincing y'all electricity exists sometimes when you're like no no, candles are fine because you don't see the new and innovative things that are out there and you're all stuck in your caves and boxes going "nope, the world isn't changing and new things scare me, which is why I still have a 386 computer." and "Oh those wacky new kids with their new toys *rolls eyes* I like things the way they are, with polio still existing!" You want to solicit new ideas and features from the community? Here it is. It's a feature that would be used a lot more than you think and it's insulting to assume "oh it would be used just 5 times or less." to people who would use it a lot when they're doing other things or have insomnia and watch them to fall asleep like I do with DOTA2 because some people have medical issues. Also, if you think your AI is crappy enough that it would be "two blind men fighting with bulldozers", then your AI ain't that great and you should be focusing on the poor programming AI skills than insulting my idea.
  4. And these resources would be diverted towards something YOU want, because if it's not something YOU want, it's wasted. I don't know why people are being so nasty about this. This community is supposed to be better than this.
  5. Different strokes for different folks. I think it would be really interesting to watch. I like spectating DOTA 2 matches. I like to spectate things when i'm doing things in general. I feel it would be a neat feature. *shrug*. If it doesn't take a lot of resources, why not add it?
  6. Dang :/ it would be a cool feature... would it be hard to implement? It's just letting the two CPUs run wild ChrisND? peeaaaaaaaaaaaaseee?
  7. I would love to see the CPU battle itself out against one another. I was wondering if it was possible at all? If not, ever think about adding it? It would be like spectator mode and would be really nifty to watch and maybe gleam some hints and just overall watch cool automated battles. Thanks PS: Hello everyone, I love you
  8. Thank you. I wish other people could have said it's not out earlier instead of all the dumb wink wink nudge nudge posts. It gets frustrating after a while, like beating a dead horse of a tired joke repeatedly when all you want is a straight answer and not for people to act like it's out. We're an older community, we're grognards. But this thread was nearing Steam Forum Thread points until I had to be like, hey i'm disabled and kinda depressed so can we just cut the jokes and either say y'all got the download link aka it's out or not? It's not like people who are waiting for the digital version can download it yet, so there's really no reason to keep it a secret like you're Gollum hoarding the One Ring. So, once again thank you Chris for shooting straight. I know i'm not the only one who appreciates this because of budgetary reasons.
  9. I was around for the first Total War, youngling. The signs are out there. When I got the boxed version of Red Thunder they said not to say it's out and same there here. I know I said this before and there isn't some conspiracy, like I can show you the email... i'm just whining because i'm a baby in a lot of pain and I just want to buy the digital version and stop F5ing the Battlefront site and this thread.
  10. Very. Because i'm on a budget. I'm disabled with Multiple Sclerosis and I have to scrape and scratch for every penny I have and I have saved enough hopefully for the digital version.
  11. Ughhhhhhh sell the digital version alreadyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy
  12. Thanks... i dunno why everyone is playing this game of nose touching and wink winking they could just say the game is out then do the wink winking.
  13. Yeah... so whatever is going on just start selling the digital version, I know this is a "thing" going on but... yeah... either **** or get off the pot. i mean we can continue our "thing" with navajo code talkers and wink wink nudge nudge say no more but digital version? Thank.
  14. That call sign means it's ready The sandwich is still being made, they're just cutting it in half... slowly
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