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That I can agree with. :)
Wow, thanks for pointing us to Quixel. I'm interested in trying it out. :)
Even if it is still in an unfinished state: It looks awesome already. :)
I've got some suggestions regarding the music:
For non-combat music, you could use the more calm TD-tracks like "C&C Thang", "Canyon Run" etc.
For combat music, you could use the more heavy and dramatic TD-tracks like "In the Line of Fire", "March to Doom", "No Mercy" etc.
For Nod's victory track, maybe an excerpt from "Stop them Now" (like in the cutscene in which GDI's logo gets destroyed) would fit well.
I don't have any idea for GDI's victory theme though.
What do you think?
I just had the same problem. I fixed it by letting NoScript allow some components.
It's looks quite huge. :)
Nicely done and very close to the original. :)
That planet feels quite huge. Nice. :)
I for one am glad that we got rid of the Nazi regime on that day. I wholeheartedly thank everyone (Allied, Soviets, resistance fighters, etc) who made that possible.
Good luck. I'm looking forward to see what you'll come up with. :)
Here are some more shipclasses translated into German:
Hier sind noch ein paar auf Deutsch übersetzte Schiffsklassen:
Nice idea. :)
"Tiberian Sun Retro" also has buildable lightposts and watchtowers, which can be quite useful when playing on very dark maps. TSR features a very dark snow theater map but I forgot its name.
Janeway's desk doesn't happen to be borrowed to someone like Sisko's one was in "Treachery, Faith and the Great River"? );
Nice work so far. :)
You're welcome. :)
It looks quite promising. :)
Have you considered reusing parts of the soundtrack of "Star Trek: New Worlds" for ground combat?
I wonder how this one will be used.
Very impressive. :)
I love B-Wings. :)
"Time to start packing" was actually said by Weyoun 5. :)
The good old Clydesdale-class. :)
This is going to be great. :)
I'm looking forward to it.
And take all the time you need. :)
The Federation-class dreadnought first appeared in Franz Joseph's "Star Fleet Technical Manual", along with the Hermes-, the Saladin- and the Ptolemy-class. The latter appears in the form of the USS Masada in "Star Trek: 25th Anniversary".
That's awesome. :)
Who knows, maybe voting for TD will motivate the team to work on it again. :)
I've always found it to be fitting for the Forgotten to use technology from the early C&C-games.
I haven't seen the C-3 for a while. :)
If I have the time, I'd love to see a livestream. :)
I like the central one the best.
The TIE Mauler seems to be missins. Other than that, this is a great collage.
That's great. I always wanted to have a Co-op mode on Tiberian Sun's engine. :)