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  1. SgtHatred

    CMSF2 Release Update

    'F' for reading on my part. Thanks.
  2. SgtHatred

    CMSF2 Release Update

    Thanks. Will the Quickbattle content for the earlier release include all CMSF2 units, or just the Base game + Marines?
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    They meant september of next year!

    If Ford sold me a car with a radio without a volume control I'd be pretty annoyed. You sold an upgrade to your game that added the ability to mute the music. It's hard to argue that basic audio controls shouldn't have been part of the base game. You can't seriously be complaining that other people are unreasonable when your stated position is that you don't know if your game is ready to launch until 10 minutes prior and that acknowledging a missed release window when it becomes obvious it will be missed is too time consuming, yet spend 10x as many words complaining publicly that your customer base isn't entirely rational. $150 for a new game with all the trimmings is fine. Games are expensive to make. It's the 21st century, money practically grows on trees now. Games across the board should go up in price.
  4. Well, it's possible that I have given BFC too much credit, and that rendering their simple models is actually a weakness Combat Mission has, but I doubt it. They'd have to be spectacularly inept to suffer performance issues with their low poly counts on modern hardware.
  5. Just use a service like Imgur. Also, Combat Mission's bizarre performance issues don't have anything to do with model rendering.
  6. SgtHatred

    Combat Mission future

    I need T-80BV upgrades, IS-3s, and giant enemy crabs.
  7. SgtHatred

    They meant september of next year!

    Some paraphrasing. "I'm sorry you are such entitled whiners", "All of your concerns are dumb", "There is no middle ground between early-access with daily twitter posts and 1 update every 18-months", "I just point out people's entitlement". If this were a movie, I'd complain that the antagonists are too predictable.
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    They meant september of next year!

    It's important not to paint Battlefront with the same brush as some of their more "dedicated" fans, because it isn't fair to Battlefront. These "super fans" take any criticism of the game, or even sometimes bug reports, as personal attacks. You'll see their kind in any sort of niche community, it's best to ignore them.
  9. SgtHatred

    They meant september of next year!

    Of course, in this case the Chapel ceiling has a big hole in it, and the Pope is wondering why it's going to take 18 months to fix it, after its been paid for. Michelangelo needs to release an update to an old ceiling before fixing his current job apparently.
  10. SgtHatred

    They meant september of next year!

    I don't think there is any need to apologize for missing a release window, but I'll repeat that it is not too much to ask for the community to be informed when that window is no longer viable.
  11. SgtHatred

    They meant september of next year!

    This is a ridiculous overreaction and not helpful. All you do when you go overboard like this is give the denizens of this place that seem so desperate to defend every action Battlefront makes meat to chew on. Don't do it. Also, don't pre-order digital goods unless you are getting something really good for doing so. This reminds me of Kerberos Productions with Sword of the Stars 2. That game was launched busted on release, with the producer claiming that the code "exploded", which is why SotS2 was inoperable at launch. At no point does video game software ever become "explosive". Similarly, I find the idea that a shop as small as Battlefront, there are people who don't know when release is until about 10 minutes before hand, unbelievable. If you say "Late September", it's not unreasonable for people to expect an update when that goal is no longer feasible. You don't have to come up with a new explanation or date while doing so, but it's pretty disrespectful to string people along who are expecting a release. Especially because this is also holding back needed fixes for titles that have already been released.
  12. SgtHatred

    Horrible frames. Getting frustrated.

    In what way will RTX cards break Combat Mission? It's unlikely that any PC hardware will drop support for OpenGL, we aren't suckers running Apple computers after all.
  13. SgtHatred

    They meant september of next year!

    "No, we are going to miss late September" is a perfectly reasonable thing for a community to expect by now, if the date will indeed be missed. I don't think Battlefront respects the community enough to provide that though. Far more important than the release of a new product is that this represents yet another delay to the 4.0 patch. Something that people have already paid for.
  14. SgtHatred

    Horrible frames. Getting frustrated.

    Use Shadowplay to upload a gameplay video to Youtube and lets see how bad it is. Your PC should play the game fine.
  15. So, your profile got reported, some Steam admin removed some offending content from your profile, and now you are all mad. What does this have to do with Combat Mission? As for "not owning what you've paid for" any game or software activated online is beholden to said activation service, whether it is Microsoft's servers, Steam, or Battlefront. If any of them decide not to activate software you "own" you are up **** creek. Of course, I've never heard of any of them arbitrarily doing that, but I have been personally burnt buying SWAT 4 on Direct2Drive once upon a time. They lost the rights to SWAT 4 and suddenly my game no longer worked...
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