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  1. Throwing in my 2 cents, been around long enough to have an opinion on this which is probably against the grain of the fan-boys, sorry lads. What attracted me to the original CM back in 2004 was the 3D nature of the simulation and all the benefits the gave us over the 2D top down model we call came from. It was a ground breaking experience that continued into CMx2 engine in the form of CMBN first. But since then I think there has been a lack of innovation in my opinion. There is not enough different about the other WW2 titles if you already own CMBN (plus upgrades/ all modules). Now
  2. @Steve. Thanks for the info. Its taken me a few hours of figuring out but I successfully purchased / deployed for CMBN: 3.12 4.0 battle pack vehicle pack Its easier certainly but still a lot of leg work. I do appreciate your help though. All the best. Scott
  3. I agree the whole thing is very confusing I understand the Battlefront commercial model, I dont have an issue with it to be clear. I think the problem is making it easier for customers to engage with said commercial model. The amount of research a user must do is prohibitive to making an update or content purchase ... especially compared to steam DLC as an example. Not suggesting Steam is an option ( I remember a post a decade ago about BF deciding it was not for them ) but maybe some form of proprietary application to help users upgrade and purchase additional content , even automate it on
  4. Been a BF customer since 2004 but avoided purchasing since CMBN modules simply because I am so utterly confused by the system of patches , upgrades , modules , battle packs. Its an absolute minefield sorry BF from a non-technical consumer point of view. Really frustrated.
  5. Just spotted this threat. Very interested. I understand the effort BF as a small developer puts into the modules but for me personally (IMO) I am finding it difficult to play these days. Additional CMx2 WW2 titles for me are all too similar (understanding many users love the addition of different vehicles and TOCs each module provides). An operational game sounds incredible if it can be made to work.
  6. Hi, Moving house and all computers and software are packaged away. I have left one machine in living room for net access and noticed i have CMAK installed from a previous 2 player game. Is there anyway i can run CMAK without CD ? Hunted high and low for the software but it must be off to storage .... driving me insane ... cant handle another 5 weeks of this !!! Scott
  7. sorry just noticed some off the FAQ - looking like shockforce first then back to WW2 engine for CM. CM campaigns looks awesome though. would be great to have this working with CMAK as its way better than CMBB. Cheers Scott
  8. i always felt that western europe / normandy was the best setting for CM. Any chance of a CMBO 2 sometime soon with updated graphics / controls etc.... would be excellect with CMC ! many thanks scott
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