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DLaurier

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    The boring old fart formerly known as Corvidae
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    Turtle Island, Near Cape Croker IR
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    Reading, Skiing, Cooking, Keeping the G/F happy.
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    Chef

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  1. I would love to see a 1941/42 period ostfront game from BFC. I would also love to see a 1939/40 period game from same. I'm not betting the farm on my ever actually seeing either thing. BFC is first and foremost a money making venture, aimed at an already small niche market. The main market is American. BFC produces what american consumers want. I dont have to like it. I'm sure they could sell a 1941/42 period game in Russia. And it would sell well. But the hassle of publishing in Russian language, is only the beginning of problems. Russian tax laws, postal system, etc.... Is
  2. interesting multiple players? as in more than 2? how does that work?
  3. I suspect that we all develop our own workaround for this.
  4. Get the game. I did. There are as many scenarios as you can create.
  5. All the early T34 models. BT 6 and 7s. T28s Pz II's and III's, and 38Ts Romanians.
  6. At this rate, my daughter will be the one playing the early war scenarios since I'll be too old.
  7. could be. personaly i like the game. it sometimes has its crappy moments, but so does real life. Watching your lone tank get killed by a random stray mortar round, just before the enemy tank walks into your perfect ambush, tends to make me want to throw furniture. But that's life.
  8. I've had a similar experience, only in the opposite direction. In a QB against the AI, my T-70 spotted a panzer of some sort through a deep zone of trees, and pummeled it for over a minute. I save/surrendered, and took a peek. I had immobilized a panther G, and disabled it's gun. Happiest missmatch result EVER. IRL I have seen just how variable sight lines can be in summer forest. Gaps can be a narrow as your arm, but can run hundreds of feet. If you are in the right spot you can see out into the open, and beyond. Step a mere half a pace to either side though, and you cant see past spitting r
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